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Using vse jcl converter

Problem:

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.

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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

Registers:

EAX 60131F9C

EBX 6011DEB0

ECX 0032FB62

EDX B8AC00AC

DS  0023

ESI 00002726

ES  0023

EDI 6011DF24

FS  003B

GS  0000

CS  001B

EIP 6011DF18

SS  0023

ESP 0012FD64

EBP 6011DEB0

Flags 00010296

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

LegalCopyright %Q%

OriginalFileName cblrtss.dll

ProductName Micro Focus Mainframe Express

ProductVersion 3.0.R5

COBOL call stack:

vmconva

(obj program)

Run-time : 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

LegalCopyright %Q%

OriginalFileName cblrtss.dll

ProductName Micro Focus Mainframe Express

ProductVersion 3.0.R5

OS Information:

Windows NT 5.1 (Build 2600: Service Pack 2)

CPU: Intel Pentium Model 15 step 11, 2 processors

Available memory - 2097151 KB

Resolution:

To fix this problem, the path needs to be without spaces.

Once the spaces were removed from the directory path, the conversion worked fine.

Old KB# 1201

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