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Customize SYSIN Stream

Customize SYSIN Stream

Customize SYSIN Stream

I have a question about PL/1 Compiling lokal on a Windows Client or remote on a z/OS Host (with RDz)
Is there any possibility to customize the SYSIN-Stream escpecially in RDz. Because we use our own Preprozessormacros we compile a Programm before giving the Source-Code to the Compiler, like this:

//SYSIN DD DISP=SHR,DSN=datasetName1(member1)
//      DD DISP=SHR,DSN=datasetName2(member2)
//      DD DISP=SHR,DSN=sourceDataset(source)

RE: Customize SYSIN Stream

Thank you Frank Clare for this Rexx,
but it is no profit for us, because I can't give the standard-compiler this rexx as default-input. My concern is to give the compiler in RDz automatically this SYSIN as I mentioned.  

RE: Customize SYSIN Stream

Have you tried using %include to get your macr

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