TAA Tools
CHKTAATOOL      CHECK TAA TOOL                         TAATOLR

The Check  TAA Tool  command checks a  tool to  determine where  it was

The command  is intended as a problem determination  assist when a tool
is  not operating  properly to  describe how  the tool was  created and
that all parts are in existence.

The first  line  of output  '**  TAAPRODUCT' contains  the  information
about when the tools were created on a TAA Tools, Inc.  system.

The information about each tool is taken from the TAA Archive file.

For  each source  member that  is used  to create  an object  form, one
line  of  output  occurs describing  the  important  create information
about the object and if it exists.

If the  object was not  created on  a TAASYS  or a  TAADEV system,  the
object is flagged and the source member information is printed.

If a  source member exists  that is not used  to create an  object, the
member is bypassed.

Some  objects associated  with a  tool are  created using  commands and
not source (such as an output queue  or data area).  These objects  are
described  in an  array inside  the  program and  are  included in  the
listing for specific tools.

A typical command would be:


Command parameters                                    *CMD

   TOOL          The tool name to be checked.

   OUTPUT        How  to output  the  results.   * is  the  default and
                 means  to display the results  if run interactively or
                 print if  run in batch.   *PRINT  may be specified  to
                 cause a spooled file to be printed.

Security considerations

The tool adopts  the QSECOFR profile during execution.   The command is
available  for *PUBLIC  use.  Only  object and  member descriptions are
read.  No updates occur.






None, the tool is ready to use.

Object only tool

CHKTAATOOL is shipped in object form  only.  The source does not  exist
on your system.

Added to TAA Productivity tools May 1, 1996

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