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Latest VSE/REXX APARs

Last update: November 26, 2010

APAR
Date
PTF Contents
PM16045
2010/07/27
UK59130 - 01I 32 CHARACTER HOST NAME NOT SUFFICIENT FOR REXX SOCKET
PK95610
PK95580
2009/10/14
UK49877 - 01I
UK49902 - 91I
USER-DEFINED POWER LST OUTPUT PARAMETERS ARE NOT CORRECTLY RETRIEVED WHEN THE KEYWORD HAS MULTIPLE VALUES
PK92978
2009/08/07
UK49030 - 01I
UK49031 - 91I
REXX DOES NOT WORK WITH POWER JOBNUMBERS LARGER THAN 32768
PK12336
2005/09/22
UK07499 - 65I
UK07500 - 75I
New SYSVAR variable SYSPOWJCLS added to REXX/VSE
PK12336
2005/09/22
UK07499 - 65I
UK07500 - 75I
New SYSVAR variable SYSPOWJCLS added to REXX/VSE
PK09970
2005/08/08
UK06042 - 81I REXX/VSE built-in-function USERID() or Address POWER commands GETQE or PUTQE are not working properly on z/VSE 3.1.0. Execution of commands result in MSGARX0950E RC=0004, FDBK=0001.
PK09524
2005/07/28
UK05726 - 81I MSGP201I using EXECIO SYSLST to a 4248 Printer
PK08418
2005/07/28
UQ05818 - 75I MSGP201I using EXECIO SYSLST to a 4248 Printer
PQ92525
2004/08/06
UQ91415 - 75I REXX/VSE Read/Write support routine modified to process SYSLST output dependent on the EXECIO definitions
PQ90235
2004/06/17
UQ89646 - 65I
UQ89647 - 75I
PQ85527
2004/03/04
UQ85746 - 65I If a VSE/POWER command longer than 71 characters is issued, within a VSE REXX Procedure, POWER truncates the command and sets the last byte to blank for its command parsing. These maimed commands lead to various error message like 1R52I command-code LAST OPERAND INVALID or 1R52I command-code OPERAND nn INVALID or the truncated command may be accepted but return a wrong result.
PQ75832
2003/07/01
UQ78184 - 75I
PQ72015
2003/03/14
UQ74769 - 75I
PQ69262
2002/12/20
UQ72599 - 55I
UQ72614 - 65I
PQ66948
2002/10/08
UQ70459 - 55I
UQ70461 - 65I
PQ59388
2002/04/04
UQ64566 - 45I
UQ64567 - 55I
UQ64568 - 65I
PQ56557
2002/01/28
UQ61849 - 65I C-modules ARXSCSTB (SOCKET function) and ARXVCSTB (VSAMIO command) are recompiled with an older version of the C-compiler to avoid generation of new instructions that cannot run on older hardware.
PQ56280
PQ56301
2002/01/10
UQ61688 - 45I
UQ61686 - 55I
UQ61687 - 65I
PQ55252
2001/12/05
UQ60480 - 65I VSAMIO - processing via CICS: save file handle after reopening a file
PQ51117
2001/08/09
UQ56784 - 35I
UQ56785 - 45I
UQ56786 - 55I
PQ47519
2001/04/13
UQ53048 - 35I
UQ53049 - 45I
UQ53055 - 55I
PQ44022
2000/12/04
UQ49248 - 35I
UQ49249 - 45I
UQ49256 - 55I
Inclusion of REXX/VM Apar VM62647
PQ42277
2000/10/13
UQ47689 - 45I
UQ47690 - 55I
PQ42274
2000/10/13
UQ47668 - 35I
PQ39736
PQ39746
2000/07/14
UQ45008 - 35I
UQ45018 - 45I
PQ39623
2000/07/12
UQ44970 - 45I New subfunctions GETCLIENTID, GIVESOCKET, TAKESOCKET for the SOCKET function
Make sure that LE-PTF UQ40116 (PQ39048) are installed on your system!
PQ36310
2000/03/14
UQ41250 - 35I
UQ41251 - 45I
PQ33431
1999/12/16
UQ38549 - 35I
UQ38550 - 45I
PQ31258
1999/11/17
UQ37224 - 35I
UQ37225 - 45I
New SOCKET function:The REXX Sockets Application Program Interface (API) allows you to write socket applications in REXX for the TCP/IP environment. The REXX socket program uses the LE/VSE Support to access the TCP/IP Socket interface. The program maps the socket calls from the C programming language to the REXX programming language. This allows you to use REXX to implement and test TCP/IP applications. Examples of the corresponding C socket call are included where they apply.
PQ24982
PQ24952
PQ24974
1999/03/16
UQ27683 - 45I
UQ27680 - 35I
UQ27681 - 15I
PQ22016
PQ22015
PQ22013
1998/12/11
UQ24697 - 45I
UQ24696 - 35I
UQ24695 - 15I
PQ18399
PQ18360
1998/08/17
UQ20923 - 35I
UQ20922 - 15I
PQ16345
PQ15701
1998/06/03
UQ18313 - 35I
UQ18431 - 15I
PQ11893
PQ12165
1998/01/14
UQ13366 - 35I
UQ13219 - 15I
New operand FCB for ADDRESS POWER PUTQE LST
PQ11893
PQ11868
1998/01/08
UQ13366 - 35I
UQ13219 - 15I
PQ11196
PQ09478
1997/10/23
UQ12116 - 35I
UQ10561 - 15I
Allow STARTPAG 0 for ADDRESS POWER GETQE

 

VSE/REXX components

Comp. ID CLC Description
5686-CF9-16 51I VSE/REXX 9.1 Kernel
5686-CF9-12 51I VSE/REXX 9.1 Library
5686-CF8-16 02I VSE/REXX 8.3 Kernel
5686-CF8-12 02I VSE/REXX 8.3 Library
5686-CF8-16 01I VSE/REXX 8.2 Kernel
5686-CF8-12 01I VSE/REXX 8.2 Library
5686-CF8-16 91I VSE/REXX 8.1 Kernel
5686-CF8-12 91I VSE/REXX 8.1 Library
5686-CF7-16 81I VSE/REXX 7.1 Kernel
5686-CF7-12 81I VSE/REXX 7.1 Library
5686-066-16 75I VSE/REXX 6.7 Kernel
5686-094-12 75I VSE/REXX 6.7 Library
5686-066-16 65I VSE/REXX 6.6 Kernel
5686-094-12 65I VSE/REXX 6.6 Library
5686-066-16 55I VSE/REXX 6.5 Kernel
5686-094-12 55I VSE/REXX 6.5 Library