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REstarting a proc step that falls through IF

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//IFCKDP  IF (IMB0540.RC EQ 0) THEN                                 
//IMB0588  EXEC PGM=IMB0588                                         
//******************************************                        
//*  THIS WILL COMPARE CURRENT "ENCRIPTED" NDM FILE WITH PREVIOUS.  
//*  IF DUPLICATE, RC=99, STOP PROCESSING                           
//IMB0588A DD DSN=&HLVL4..NONX.IMB540ND.IMB54005(&GEN01),DISP=SHR   
//IMB0588B DD DSN=&HLVL4..NONX.IMB540ND.IMB54005(&GEN02),DISP=SHR   
//SYSOUT   DD SYSOUT=*                                              
//ENDCKDP ENDIF                                                     
//*                                                                 

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Whenever i try to restart this step using 'procstepname.stepname' method, it doesn't seem to be working.  Probably because of the if condition check or the condition check itself.

I would love to hear from the mainframe experts here, how can i restart a proc step which is having condition check or that falls through 'IF'
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Question by:jimsweb
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by:garypfirstech
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I'm assuming that IMB0540 refers to a previous step in the same PROC.  If you try to restart on that step, the condition evaluates as FALSE because it refers to a previous step that was not executed during the restart.

Try changing your IF statement to:

//IFCKDP IF (IMB0540.RC EQ 0 | ¬IMB0540.RUN) THEN

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I haven't seen the rest of your job stream but I'm assuming that IMB0540 usually executes unconditionally.

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by:jimsweb
ID: 34923570
yes you are right.
How can i restart STEP2 that is having condition checks.
//STEP1     EXEC PGM=ABCD ...
//.........
....

//STEP2     EXEC PGM=IMB0588,con=(0,NE,STEP1) 
..........

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Will it get restarted or fail due to the conditin check?

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I assume that you're talking about the COND parameter.  Since STEP1 was not executed, the COND parameter evaluates to false and the step will be executed.
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