View previous topic :: :: View next topic. Hi, In my organization, the same file is sorted in different order in different steps to create multiple output files which are used for further processing by COBOL programs. The input file contains million of records. My question is, will it be better in terms of cost and performance to use ICETOOL and multiple control statements to sort the same file in the same step to create multiple files. I read in this in forum that, using a single step parsing is not advisable as in case the SORT fails on the second control statement, then restarting will perform the first control statement again. Please advise.
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It also details new and changed messages associated with this PTF. CSV, delimited fields, keyword separated fields, etc into fixed parsed fields; justifying and squeezing data; comparing and inserting past and future date constants; testing for numerics and non-numerics; displaying hexadecimal floating-point values as integers; splitting files contiguously; suppressing page ejects in reports; using symbols for output columns; using system symbols e.
It also details new and changed messages associated with these PTFs. Effective security management requires flexible analysis and reporting tools.
It also details changed messages associated with this PTF. DFSORT has Year features you can use to sort, merge, compare and transform a wide variety of dates with two-digit years according to a specified sliding or fixed century window. DFSORT's new generation of Year features handles "full dates" like yyq, yymm, yyddd, yymmdd, qyy, mmyy, dddyy and mmddyy and their special indicators.
SORT contains a detailed discussion of DFSORT's Year features and examples of the control statements needed to order, compare and transform all kinds of character, zoned decimal and packed decimal date fields..
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DFSORT and ICETOOL Emulation
Using DFSORT and ICETOOL