YOU CAN DELETE THE RECORD SPACE PERMENANTLY IN PHYSICALFILE
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Answer / bharathi
we can not update a PF from CL.
If we want to delete unused space in PF use CPYF or
RGZPFM. these are used to remove unused space.
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Answer / cyjil
USING THE COMMAND 'RGZPFM'
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How we can't update join logical files?
what is open data path? and what is the diff b/w access path and open data path?
YOU CAN DELETE THE RECORD SPACE PERMENANTLY IN PHYSICALFILE THROUGH CL?
Last statement of any RPG pgm is LR?
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What is open data path?
How to retrieve a physical file after deleting that?
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