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XTDOUT Sample

XTDOUT Sample

XTDOUT Sample

(OP)
I have to code XTDOUT on CICS/TS 1.2.  Does anyone have a sample?

RE: XTDOUT Sample

LENGERR
    occurs in any of the following situations:
 
       WRITEQ names an extrapartition queue and does not specify a length consistent with the RECFORM
        and RECSIZE options specified in the destination control table TYPE=SDSCI that defined the queue.  
        The check is made after the XTDOUT exit has been invoked; this exit may change the length of the data
        to be passed to the access method.
 
       WRITEQ names an intrapartition queue and does not specify a length consistent with the control
        interval defined for the intrapartition data set.  Again, the check is made after the XTDOUT exit has been
        invoked.
 
 
    Default action: terminate the task abnormally.

Source: IBM CICS/ESA V4R1 BOOKSHELL

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