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Parsing copybooks with the same name but different content

Parsing copybooks with the same name but different content

This article explains how you can destinguish two files with the same name, but in different locations.

Problem:

Can Revolve handle two or more files with the same name? For example:

  WORKING-STORAGE SECTION.    
    copy c:\copydirectory 1\abc.cpy 
    copy c:\copydirectory 2\abc.cpy

Resolution:

Revolve will enable you to have files with the same name as long as the program explicitly defines the two locations. For example:

Procedure division.    
copy GAME.
copy C:\source\REVOLVE\SAMPLEAPP\COPYLIB\copy2\game.

GAME.cpy will be found using the search path c:\source\Revolve\sampleapp\copylib; game is found in C:\source\REVOLVE\SAMPLEAPP\COPYLIB\copy2.

This is what it looks like in Project Manager:

GAME.CPY    copybook    Loaded ..\REVOLVE\SAMPLEAPP\COPYLIB\    04/26/01    01:34:00 AM
GAME.CPY    copybook    Loaded ..\SAMPLEAPP\COPYLIB\COPY2\      09/23/08    08:11:19 AM

Incident Number: 2220769

Old KB# 14254

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