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Enclosed is a tape containing the DSCONV program. DSCONV is a
program to produce 1032 DMD (Data Definition) files from 1022
datasets. It optionally also dumps ASCII data record files.
The purpose of the program is to provide an automated method to
convert System 1022 datasets to System 1032. It runs with 1022 on a
DECSystem-10 or -20. It asks for a filespec, obtains information on
the dataset(s) in it by means of calls on DBINFO, and produces a 1032
DMD file which can be used to CREATE analogous 1032 dataset(s) on a
VAX. Optionally, it will also dump each dataset's data to a DMI
There are many choices available in converting datasets to 1032.
This program uses one reasonable set of choices, which are explained
in the program description (DSCONV.MEM on this tape), but in many
cases you will wish to tailor the DMD produced by the program.
This version of DSCONV was created on April 18, 1984. It
corresponds to Version 116A of 1022 and Versions 2.00 and 3.00 of
The tape is labeled ____________. It was written on our
DECSystem-20 at 1600 b.p.i. using DUMPER under TOPS-20 version 4.1.
It contains two copies of the following files:
If you are using version 116A of 1022 on TOPS-20, you can run
DSCONV.EXE. Otherwise you should reload DSCONV with your system's
version of 1022 by means of:
LOAD DSCONV, SYS:HR1022/LIB
If you have any questions, please call me at (617) 661-9440.