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There is a method to convert VSE jcl to MVS style so that Revolve can parse it. It is a field engineered solution available.
It is detailed in KB number 23722. It will not run on my laptop. When this is run, a message comes back that says receive error code 114.
Information from the log file created by vmconva.exe
vmconva.exe caused an exception at address : 0x6011DF18
Exception type - EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION on Write. Address 0x60131F9C
Error occurred in : T:\MFE\Revolve Tools\VSE jcl\CBLRTSS.dll, loaded at 0x600A0000
CompanyName Micro Focus International Limited
FileDescription Micro Focus 32-bit RTS
FileVersion 8.174, 5.141
ProductName Micro Focus Mainframe Express
COBOL call stack:
Run-time : T:\MFE\Revolve Tools\VSE jcl\CBLRTSS.dll, loaded at 0x600A0000
Windows NT 5.1 (Build 2600: Service Pack 2)
CPU: Intel Pentium Model 15 step 11, 2 processors
Available memory - 2097151 KB
To fix this problem, the path needs to be without spaces.
Once the spaces were removed from the directory path, the conversion worked fine.