Import missing code
In a real-life scenario, we would either ask the z/OS developer or system programmer to provide us the source code for the missing program SYSERR. For this workshop, we have copied the missing code file into the C:\Workshop\Missing.
So, let’s import the missing source code file into Blu Age Analyzer.
- From the menu bar, select Assets then select Incremental Import Assets.
- Provide the location of the missing source code file:
- Select radio button Folder under ‘Code to Import’ option
- Browse to or enter C:\WorkShop\Missing for the Location
- Click Next
- Click Next on the ‘Resource Type Selection’ page.
- On the ‘GapWalk Options’ page, leave the default values and click Next.
- On the ‘Asset Selection’ page
- Select check box for the SYSERR
- Click Finish
The missing source code is now imported into the Blu Age Analyzer. To verify,
- Run the same Gremlin query that you ran in the previous section by clicking the Run button (green color).
- Click OK on the message window.
Note: Notice that there are no missing programs listed in the results section.
- Blu Age Analyzer will update the InterModule graph to reflect the newly imported SYSERR source code.
- Within Assets Navigator, under Saved Graphs, double-click on InterModuleGraph.
- Select Layouts from the menu bar, then Graph Layout, then All, then Smart Organic
- Notice that the SYSERR program has changed to an orange rectangle denoting that the program is no longer missing.