SIMOV32K, Hex-Dump
Write to a Log File
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This document provides a brief description of the SIMOV32K program and a listing of the COBOL source code for viewing.


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The SIMOV32K program (or callable routine) is a callable routine that will write a message to a Log File. The file format is record sequential with the record size varying from 64 to 32,760 characters. SYSPROBE is the logical name of the log file used by the program.

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The following will cause the SIMOV32K routine to write "Hello World" as a text string to the SYSPROBE log file.

           MOVE 'Hello World' to SIMOV32K-MESSAGE
           add 48 to ZERO giving SIMOV32K-LENGTH
           MOVE 'POST'        to SIMOV32K-REQUEST
           CALL 'SIMOV32K' using SIMOV32K-PASS-AREA
                                 SIMOV32K-MESSAGE

In the preceding example the text "Hello World" will be displayed on the screen and written to the log file

The following will cause the SIMOV32K routine to write multiple records in a Hex-Dump format to the SYSPROBE log file.

           MOVE 'Hello World' to SIMOV32K-MESSAGE
           add 48 to ZERO giving SIMOV32K-LENGTH
           MOVE 'DUMP'        to SIMOV32K-REQUEST
           CALL 'SIMOV32K' using SIMOV32K-PASS-AREA
                                 SIMOV32K-MESSAGE

The following is an example of a Hex-Dump output to SYSPROBE.

   Hello World
222466662567662222222222222222222222222222222222
00085CCF07F2C40000000000000000000000000000000000
.....%%?..?.%...................................

A copy file is provided to define the pass area to be used when calling SIMOV32K. The following statement is required in the WORKING STORAGE section of the calling program.

       COPY PASSV32K.

Note: The maximum length for the message text is 32,760 characters.

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The following (SIMOV32K.cbl) is the COBOL Source Code.

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      * Source Member: SIMOV32K.CBL
      *****************************************************************
      *
      * SIMOV32K - Call SIMOV32K to write record to the Message file.
      *
      * CALLING PROTOCOL
      * ----------------
      * Use standard procedure to EXECUTE, RUN or ANIMATE.
      *
      * DESCRIPTION
      * -----------
      * This program will write a message to the SYSRUSER file.
      *
      * REQUIREMENTS
      * ------------
      * The COBOL/390 dialect is required for Y2K date processing.
      * The following directives are required for Micro Focus.
      * ASSIGN(EXTERNAL) Map COBOL file name to externally defined name
      * SEQUENTIAL(LINE) Treat COBOL SEQUENTIAL as a LINE SEQUENTIAL
      * NOOPTIONAL-FILE  The OPEN EXTEND file must exist or post error
      *
      *****************************************************************
      *
      * MAINTENANCE
      * -----------
      * 1997/12/18 Simmons, Created program.
      * 1997/12/18 Simmons, No changes to date.
      *
      *****************************************************************
      *
       ENVIRONMENT DIVISION.
       INPUT-OUTPUT   SECTION.
       FILE-CONTROL.
      *****************************************************************
           SELECT SYSRUSER-FILE
                  ASSIGN       to SYSRUSER
                  ORGANIZATION is SEQUENTIAL
                  ACCESS MODE  is SEQUENTIAL
                  FILE STATUS  is SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS.
      *****************************************************************
      *
       DATA DIVISION.
       FILE SECTION.
      *
      *****************************************************************
       FD  SYSRUSER-FILE
           DATA RECORD    IS SYSRUSER-RECORD
           RECORDING MODE is V
           RECORD is VARYING in SIZE from 4 to 32756
           DEPENDING ON MESSAGE-LENGTH.
       01  SYSRUSER-RECORD.
           05  SYSRUSER-DATA         pic X(32756).

      *****************************************************************
       WORKING-STORAGE SECTION.

       01  SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS.
           05  SYSRUSER-LOG-STAT1  pic X.
           05  SYSRUSER-LOG-STAT2  pic X.

       01  IO-STATUS.
           05  IO-STAT1            pic X.
           05  IO-STAT2            pic X.
       01  IO-STATUS-04.
           05  IO-STATUS-0401      pic 9     value 0.
           05  IO-STATUS-0403      pic 999   value 0.
       01  TWO-BYTES-BINARY        pic 9(4)  BINARY.
       01  TWO-BYTES-ALPHA         redefines TWO-BYTES-BINARY.
           05  TWO-BYTES-LEFT      pic X.
           05  TWO-BYTES-RIGHT     pic X.


       01  SYSRUSER-OPEN-FLAG      pic X       value 'N'.

       01  FIRST-TIME              pic X       value 'Y'.

      *****************************************************************
      * Message Buffer used by the Z-DISPLAY-TO-SYSOUT routine.    *
      *****************************************************************
       01  MESSAGE-BUFFER.
           05  MESSAGE-HEADER      pic X(011)  value '* SIMOV32K '.
           05  MESSAGE-TEXT.
               10  MESSAGE-TEXT-1  pic X(068)  value SPACES.
               10  MESSAGE-TEXT-2  pic X(188)  value SPACES.
       01  MSG-LSB                 pic 9(5)    value 267.

       01  APPL-RESULT             pic S9(9)   comp.
           88  APPL-AOK            value 0.
           88  APPL-EOF            value 16.

       01  WORK-04                 pic X(4).
       01  LINE-LENGTH             pic 9(5)    value 80.

      *****************************************************************
      * Define the format for the Hexp-Dump Output.                   *
      *****************************************************************
       01  DUMP-FLAGS.
           05  DUMP-ASC        pic X       value 'Y'.
           05  DUMP-EBC        pic X       value 'Y'.
           05  DUMP-HEX        pic X       value 'Y'.
           05  DUMP-RPI        pic X       value 'Y'.
           05  DUMP-DET-GRP.
               10  DUMP-DET    pic X       value 'Y'.
               10  DUMP-DET-2  pic XX      value 'NE'.
           05  DUMP-SUM        pic X       value 'Y'.
           05  DUMP-VID        pic X       value 'N'.
           05  DUMP-STATUS     pic x       VALUE 'Y'.
           05  filler          pic X(6)    value SPACES.
      *****************************************************************

       01  DUMP-INFO.
           10  DUMP-INFO-ASCII     pic X(32756).
           10  DUMP-INFO-UPPER     pic X(32756).
           10  DUMP-INFO-LOWER     pic X(32756).
           10  DUMP-INFO-EBCDIC    pic X(32756).

       01  FIVE-BYTES              pic X(5).

       01  IDX-1                   pic 9(3)    BINARY.
       01  IDX-1R                  REDEFINES IDX-1.
           05  IDX-1R-01           pic X.
           05  IDX-1R-02           pic X.
       01  IDX-2                   pic 9(3)    BINARY.

       01  D-LEN           pic 9(5)    value 128.
       01  D-POS           pic 9(5)    value 1.

       01  WORK-DATE.
           05  WORK-DATE-08        pic X(8).
       01  WORK-TIME               pic X(8).
       01  MESSAGE-LENGTH          pic 9(5)    value 1024.
       01  COUNTER-LENGTH          pic 9(5)    value 1024.
       01  DISPLAY-LEN             pic 9(5)    value 1024.
       01  DISPLAY-POS             pic 9(5)    value 1.

       01  LOG-DATE                pic X(10)   value 'yyyy/nn/nn'.
       01  LOG-TIME                pic X(11)   value 'nn:nn:nn:nn'.

       COPY PASSDUMP.
       COPY HEXTAB02.

      *****************************************************************
       LINKAGE SECTION.
       COPY PASSULOG.

      *****************************************************************
       PROCEDURE DIVISION using ULOG-PASS-AREA, ULOG-MESSAGE.

           add 8 to ZERO giving ULOG-STATUS
           move ULOG-REQUEST to WORK-04
           evaluate WORK-04
               when 'POST' perform POST-TO-OUTPUT-DEVICES
               when 'TEXT' perform TEXT-TO-LOG
                           if SYSRUSER-OPEN-FLAG = 'Y'
                              and SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS = '00'
                              move ZERO to ULOG-STATUS
                           end-if
               when 'HYPE' perform HYPE-TEXT-TO-LOG
               when 'DUMP' perform DUMP-TO-SYSRUSER
               when 'CLOS' perform ULOG-CLOSE
               when 'MAKE' perform ULOG-OPEN-OUTPUT
               when 'OPEN' perform ULOG-OPEN-EXTEND
               when 'PREP' perform PROCESS-PREPARE-REQUEST
               when OTHER  GOBACK
           end-evaluate

           GOBACK.

      *****************************************************************
       DETERMINE-LENGTH-OF-MESSAGE.
           add 1024 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
           if  ULOG-MESSAGE(513:512) = SPACES
               add 512 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
               if  ULOG-MESSAGE(257:256) = SPACES
                   add 256 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
                   if  ULOG-MESSAGE(129:128) = SPACES
                       add 128 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
                       if  ULOG-MESSAGE(65:64) = SPACES
                           add 64 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
                       end-if
                   end-if
               else
                   if  ULOG-MESSAGE(385:128) = SPACES
                       add 384 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
                   end-if
               end-if
           else
               if  ULOG-MESSAGE(769:256) = SPACES
                   add 768 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
               else
                   if  ULOG-MESSAGE(897:128) = SPACES
                       add 896 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
                   end-if
               end-if
           end-if

           perform
             until MESSAGE-LENGTH = 0
             or    ULOG-MESSAGE(MESSAGE-LENGTH:1) not = SPACE
             if  ULOG-MESSAGE(MESSAGE-LENGTH:1) = SPACE
                 subtract 1 from MESSAGE-LENGTH
             end-if
           end-perform

           add 27 to MESSAGE-LENGTH
           exit.

      *****************************************************************
      * Display Messages to SYSOUT Device or SYSTEM Operator Console  *
      *****************************************************************
       DISPLAY-ULOG-MESSAGE.
           add MESSAGE-LENGTH to ZERO giving COUNTER-LENGTH
           if  WORK-04(1:3) = 'OUT'
               add 120 to LINE-LENGTH
           else
               add  80 to LINE-LENGTH
           end-if
           add 1 to ZERO giving DISPLAY-POS

           perform until COUNTER-LENGTH < 1
             if  COUNTER-LENGTH > LINE-LENGTH
                 add LINE-LENGTH to ZERO giving DISPLAY-LEN
             else
                 add COUNTER-LENGTH to ZERO giving DISPLAY-LEN
             end-if
             perform DISPLAY-ULOG-MESSAGE-02
             add DISPLAY-LEN to DISPLAY-POS
      *
             if  DISPLAY-LEN > ZERO
             and DISPLAY-LEN < COUNTER-LENGTH
                 subtract DISPLAY-LEN from COUNTER-LENGTH
             else
                 move ZERO to COUNTER-LENGTH
             end-if
           end-perform

           exit.
      *---------------------------------------------------------------*
       DISPLAY-ULOG-MESSAGE-02.
            if  work-04(1:3) = 'OUT'
                display ULOG-MESSAGE(DISPLAY-POS:DISPLAY-LEN)
            else
                display ULOG-MESSAGE(DISPLAY-POS:DISPLAY-LEN)
                upon console
            end-if
           exit.

      *****************************************************************
       DUMP-TO-SYSRUSER.
           if  SYSRUSER-OPEN-FLAG not = 'Y'
               perform ULOG-OPEN-EXTEND
           end-if
           move SPACES to SYSRUSER-DATA
           add ULOG-LENGTH to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
           move all SPACES to DUMP-INFO
           perform varying IDX-2 from 1 by 1
               until IDX-2 > ULOG-LENGTH
               add 1 to ZERO giving IDX-1
               move ULOG-MESSAGE(IDX-2:1) to IDX-1R-02
               add 1 to IDX-1
               move TAB-X1(IDX-1) to FIVE-BYTES
               move FIVE-BYTES(1:1) to DUMP-INFO-UPPER(IDX-2:1)
               move FIVE-BYTES(2:1) to DUMP-INFO-LOWER(IDX-2:1)
               move FIVE-BYTES(3:1) to DUMP-INFO-EBCDIC(IDX-2:1)
               move FIVE-BYTES(4:1) to DUMP-INFO-ASCII(IDX-2:1)
           end-perform

           if  DUMP-ASC = 'Y'
               move DUMP-INFO-ASCII(1:ULOG-LENGTH) to SYSRUSER-DATA
               perform ULOG-WRITE
           end-if
           if  DUMP-HEX = 'Y'
               move DUMP-INFO-UPPER(1:ULOG-LENGTH) to SYSRUSER-DATA
               perform ULOG-WRITE
               move DUMP-INFO-LOWER(1:ULOG-LENGTH) to SYSRUSER-DATA
               perform ULOG-WRITE
           end-if
           if  DUMP-EBC = 'Y'
               move DUMP-INFO-EBCDIC(1:ULOG-LENGTH) to SYSRUSER-DATA
               perform ULOG-WRITE
           end-if

           exit.

      *****************************************************************
       GET-DATE-AND-TIME.
           accept WORK-DATE from DATE YYYYMMDD
           accept WORK-TIME from TIME

           move WORK-DATE(1:4) to LOG-DATE(1:4)
           move WORK-DATE(5:2) to LOG-DATE(6:2)
           move WORK-DATE(7:2) to LOG-DATE(9:2)

           move WORK-TIME(1:2) to LOG-TIME(1:2)
           move WORK-TIME(3:2) to LOG-TIME(4:2)
           move WORK-TIME(5:2) to LOG-TIME(7:2)
           move WORK-TIME(7:2) to LOG-TIME(10:2)

           exit.

      *****************************************************************
       PROCESS-PREPARE-REQUEST.
           move 'SYSLOG-MODE is &&&&&&&& and &&&&' to MESSAGE-TEXT
           inspect MESSAGE-TEXT
                   replacing first '&&&&&&&&' by ULOG-SYSLOG-MODE
           inspect MESSAGE-TEXT
                   replacing first '&&&&' by ULOG-SYSLOG-FORMAT
           perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-SYSOUT

           move 'SYSOUT-MODE is &&&&&&&& and &&&&' to MESSAGE-TEXT
           inspect MESSAGE-TEXT
                   replacing first '&&&&&&&&' by ULOG-SYSOUT-MODE
           inspect MESSAGE-TEXT
                   replacing first '&&&&' by ULOG-SYSOUT-FORMAT
           perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-SYSOUT

           move 'SYSCON-MODE is &&&&&&&& and &&&&' to MESSAGE-TEXT
           inspect MESSAGE-TEXT
                   replacing first '&&&&&&&&' by ULOG-SYSCON-MODE
           inspect MESSAGE-TEXT
                   replacing first '&&&&' by ULOG-SYSCON-FORMAT
           perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-SYSOUT
           exit.

      *****************************************************************
       POST-TO-OUTPUT-DEVICES.
           if  ULOG-LENGTH < 1 or > 32756
               add 1024 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
           else
               add ULOG-LENGTH to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
           end-if
           if  ULOG-SYSOUT-MODE = 'ENABLED '
               move ULOG-MESSAGE(1:MESSAGE-LENGTH) to MESSAGE-TEXT
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-SYSOUT
           end-if
           if  ULOG-SYSCON-MODE = 'ENABLED '
               move ULOG-MESSAGE(1:MESSAGE-LENGTH) to MESSAGE-TEXT
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
           end-if
           move ULOG-MESSAGE(1:MESSAGE-LENGTH) to SYSRUSER-DATA
           perform ULOG-WRITE
           exit.

      *****************************************************************
       HYPE-TEXT-TO-LOG.
           if  SYSRUSER-OPEN-FLAG not = 'Y'
               perform ULOG-OPEN-EXTEND
           end-if
           move SPACES to SYSRUSER-DATA
           if  ULOG-LENGTH > 0
           and ULOG-LENGTH < 32757
               move ULOG-MESSAGE(1:ULOG-LENGTH)
                 to SYSRUSER-DATA(1:ULOG-LENGTH)
               add ULOG-LENGTH to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
            else
               move '* Invalid Message Length...' to SYSRUSER-DATA(1:27)
               add 27 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
           end-if
           perform ULOG-WRITE
           exit.

      *****************************************************************
       TEXT-TO-LOG.
           if  SYSRUSER-OPEN-FLAG not = 'Y'
               perform ULOG-OPEN-EXTEND
           end-if
           move SPACES to SYSRUSER-DATA
           if  ULOG-LENGTH < 1 or > 32756
               add 1024 to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
           else
               add ULOG-LENGTH to ZERO giving MESSAGE-LENGTH
           end-if
           if DUMP-VID = 'Y'
              move ULOG-MESSAGE(1:MESSAGE-LENGTH) to MESSAGE-TEXT
              perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
           end-if
           move ULOG-MESSAGE(1:MESSAGE-LENGTH) to SYSRUSER-DATA
           perform ULOG-WRITE
           exit.

      *****************************************************************
      * I/O ROUTINES TO CREATE THE MESSAGE FILE, SIMOV32K...
      *****************************************************************
       ULOG-WRITE.
           write SYSRUSER-RECORD
           if  SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS = '00'
               subtract APPL-RESULT from APPL-RESULT
           else
               if  SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS = '10'
                   add 16 to ZERO giving APPL-RESULT
               else
                   add 12 to ZERO giving APPL-RESULT
               end-if
           end-if.
           if  APPL-AOK
               CONTINUE
           else
               move 'FAILED-WRITE, Log file, SYSRUSER' to MESSAGE-TEXT
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
               move SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS to IO-STATUS
               perform Z-DISPLAY-IO-STATUS
      *        perform Z-ABEND-PROGRAM
           end-if
           exit.
      *---------------------------------------------------------------*
       ULOG-OPEN-EXTEND.
           add 8 to ZERO giving APPL-RESULT.
           open EXTEND SYSRUSER-FILE
           if  SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS = '00'
               move 'SYSRUSER, Open as EXTEND file' to MESSAGE-TEXT
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
               subtract APPL-RESULT from APPL-RESULT
               move 'Y' to SYSRUSER-OPEN-FLAG
           else
               close SYSRUSER-FILE
      *        move 'SYSRUSER, Open as OUTPUT file' to MESSAGE-TEXT
      *        perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
               open output SYSRUSER-FILE
               if  SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS = '00'
                   subtract APPL-RESULT from APPL-RESULT
                   move 'Y' to SYSRUSER-OPEN-FLAG
               end-if
           end-if
           if  APPL-AOK
               CONTINUE
           else
               move 'FAILED-OPEN, Log file, SYSRUSER' to MESSAGE-TEXT
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
               move SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS to IO-STATUS
               perform Z-DISPLAY-IO-STATUS
      *        perform Z-ABEND-PROGRAM
           end-if
           exit.
      *---------------------------------------------------------------*
       ULOG-OPEN-OUTPUT.
           add 8 to ZERO giving APPL-RESULT.
           open OUTPUT SYSRUSER-FILE
           if  SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS = '00'
      *        move 'SYSRUSER, Open as OUTPUT file' to MESSAGE-TEXT
      *        perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
               subtract APPL-RESULT from APPL-RESULT
               move 'Y' to SYSRUSER-OPEN-FLAG
           else
               close SYSRUSER-FILE
      *        move 'SYSRUSER, Open as OUTPUT file' to MESSAGE-TEXT
      *        perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
               open output SYSRUSER-FILE
               if  SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS = '00'
                   subtract APPL-RESULT from APPL-RESULT
                   move 'Y' to SYSRUSER-OPEN-FLAG
               end-if
           end-if
           if  APPL-AOK
               CONTINUE
           else
               move 'FAILED-OPEN, Log file, SYSRUSER' to MESSAGE-TEXT
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
               move SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS to IO-STATUS
               perform Z-DISPLAY-IO-STATUS
      *        perform Z-ABEND-PROGRAM
           end-if
           exit.
      *---------------------------------------------------------------*
       ULOG-CLOSE.
           add 8 to ZERO giving APPL-RESULT.
           close SYSRUSER-FILE
           if  SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS = '00'
               subtract APPL-RESULT from APPL-RESULT
           else
               add 12 to ZERO giving APPL-RESULT
           end-if
           if  APPL-AOK
               CONTINUE
           else
               move 'FAILED-CLOSE, Log file, SYSRUSER' to MESSAGE-TEXT
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
               move SYSRUSER-LOG-STATUS to IO-STATUS
               perform Z-DISPLAY-IO-STATUS
      *        perform Z-ABEND-PROGRAM
           end-if
           exit.

      *****************************************************************
      * The following Z-Routines perform administrative functions     *
      * for this program.                                             *
      *****************************************************************

      *****************************************************************
      * ABEND the program and return to caller...                     *
      *****************************************************************
       Z-ABEND-PROGRAM.
           if  MESSAGE-TEXT not = SPACES
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
           end-if
           move 'Writing to log file is ABENDING...'  to MESSAGE-TEXT
           perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
           add 12 to ZERO giving RETURN-CODE
           GOBACK.

      *****************************************************************
       Z-CALCULATE-MESSAGE-LSB.
           add 267 to ZERO giving MSG-LSB
           perform until MSG-LSB < 80
                      or MESSAGE-BUFFER(MSG-LSB:1) not = SPACE
             if MESSAGE-BUFFER(MSG-LSB:1) = SPACE
                subtract 1 from MSG-LSB
             end-if
           end-perform
           exit.

      *****************************************************************
      * Display the file status bytes. This routine will display as   *
      * two digits if the full two byte file status is numeric. If    *
      * second byte is non-numeric then it will be treated as a       *
      * binary number.                                                *
      *****************************************************************
       Z-DISPLAY-IO-STATUS.
           if  IO-STATUS not NUMERIC
           or  IO-STAT1 = '9'
               move IO-STAT1 to IO-STATUS-04(1:1)
               subtract TWO-BYTES-BINARY from TWO-BYTES-BINARY
               move IO-STAT2 to TWO-BYTES-RIGHT
               add TWO-BYTES-BINARY to ZERO giving IO-STATUS-0403
               move 'File Status is: nnnn' to MESSAGE-TEXT
               move IO-STATUS-04 to MESSAGE-TEXT(17:4)
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-SYSOUT
           else
               move '0000' to IO-STATUS-04
               move IO-STATUS to IO-STATUS-04(3:2)
               move 'File Status is: nnnn' to MESSAGE-TEXT
               move IO-STATUS-04 to MESSAGE-TEXT(17:4)
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE
               perform Z-DISPLAY-TO-SYSOUT
           end-if
           exit.

      *****************************************************************
      * Display a message to SYSOUT Device...                         *
      *****************************************************************
       Z-DISPLAY-TO-SYSOUT.
           perform Z-CALCULATE-MESSAGE-LSB
           display MESSAGE-BUFFER(1:MSG-LSB)
           move all SPACES to MESSAGE-TEXT
           exit.
      *****************************************************************
      * Display a message to Console Device...                        *
      *****************************************************************
       Z-DISPLAY-TO-CONSOLE.
           perform Z-CALCULATE-MESSAGE-LSB
           display MESSAGE-BUFFER(1:MSG-LSB)  upon console
           exit.
      *****************************************************************
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The following (PASSV32K.cpy) is the COBOL copy file used when calling the SIMOV32K program.

      *****************************************************************
      *                PASSV32K is a COBOL Copy File                  *
      *     Data Structure or Pass Area used for calling SIMOV32K.    *
      *         Copyright (C) 1987-2019 SimoTime Technologies         *
      *                     All Rights Reserved                       *
      *****************************************************************
      *              Provided by SimoTime Technologies                *
      *        Our e-mail address is: helpdesk@simotime.com           *
      *     Also, visit our Web Site at http://www.simotime.com       *
      *****************************************************************
      * SIMOV32K-REQUEST  Type of request, must be one of the         *
      *                   following values.                           *
      *               POST - Write a message to a user-defined SYSLOG *
      *                      file that uses the ULOG Application      *
      *                      Programming Interface.                   *
      *               DUMP - Write multiple records in Hex-Dump       *
      *                      format to the output file.               *
      * SIMOV32K-STATUS   This is an indicator as to the success      *
      *                   or failure of the request. A value of       *
      *                   zero (0000) indicates the routine was       *
      *                   successful. A non-zero value indicates      *
      *                   a failure.                                  *
      * SIMOV32K-LENGTH   Logical Record Length.                      *
      * SIMOV32K-MESSAGE  Contains the message text.                  *
      *****************************************************************
       01  SIMOV32K-PASS-AREA.
           05  SIMOV32K-REQUEST    pic X(4).
           05  SIMOV32K-STATUS     pic 9999.
           05  SIMOV32K-LENGTH     pic 9(5).
           05  SIMOV32K-PROPERTIES.
               10  SIMOV32K-SYSLOG-MODE    pic X(8).
               10  SIMOV32K-SYSLOG-FORMAT  pic X(4).
               10  SIMOV32K-SYSOUT-MODE    pic X(8).
               10  SIMOV32K-SYSOUT-FORMAT  pic X(4).
               10  SIMOV32K-SYSCON-MODE    pic X(8).
               10  SIMOV32K-SYSCON-FORMAT  pic X(4).
           05  SIMOV32K-DUMP-FLAGS.
               10  SIMOV32K-DUMP-ASC       pic X.
               10  SIMOV32K-DUMP-EBC       pic X.
               10  SIMOV32K-DUMP-HEX       pic X.
               10  SIMOV32K-DUMP-RPI       pic X.
               10  SIMOV32K-DUMP-DTL       pic X.
       01  SIMOV32K-MESSAGE        pic X(32756).
      ***  PASSV32K - End-of-Copy File - - - - - - - - - - - PASSV32K *
      *****************************************************************
      *

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