Contributed by prgeorge
on Dec 27, 2001 at 02:53 UTC
> database programming
I need a module that can create add edit, delete, and retrieve data from a vsam file
|Answer: VSAM file module|
contributed by Ovid
Well, you could read the responses to you original post. Reposting the same question isn't likely to do much good.
Personally (I've worked with VSAM as I used to program on mainframes), I'd be concerned about letting newer Perl programmers touch mainframe production work. However, if you must do this, there are many C librararies which can read VSAM files. Learn Inline::C and you can interface directly to them as if they were Perl modules (albeit, with a little tweaking).
Update: Corion reminded me that OS390::Stdio is what you are looking for. Did you look at it and find that it didn't fit your needs?
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