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* :nick.CHKPACK    :sec.UNCLASSIFIED                  :disk.VMTOOLS
* :title.Check a PACKAGE file against TOOLS disk.
* :version.1.6     :date.94/09/29   :summary.PACKAGE  :support.X
* :oname.Les Paton                  :onode.GNKVM      :ouser.LPATON
* :aname.Les Paton                  :anode.GNKVM      :auser.LPATON
* :sw.Rexx, XEDIT
* :ops.VM/ESA, VM/SP                :lang.Rexx        :source.Y
* :doc.PACKAGE
* :abs.Check a PACKAGE file against the LIST file produced by TOOLS.
* Report on any files which are in the PACKAGE but not in the LIST.
* Also checks for down-level files on the TOOLS disk ( versus your
* local disk version ).
* :lic.By placing material on this conference, I agree to grant
* IBM a non-exclusive, royalty-free license for the material
* as set forth in the LICENSE AGREEMNT file on this conference.
* (c) Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1993, 1994.
*                      All Rights Reserved.
* No  service,  support  or  maintenance is  expressed  or  implied.  For
* additional information refer to the LICENSE agreement for this tool.
      CHKPACK  LICENSE  *  License agreement
      CHKPACK  EXEC     *
      LISTPACK EXEC     *
* Sequence of operations is....
* 1) Create a FILELIST of your PACKAGE files and save it as
*    'userid PACKAGES *'
*    where userid = your VM userid.
* 2) Use LISTPACK EXEC to send a TOOLS request to your TOOLS
*    disk requesting a LIST file for each PACKAGE file in the
*    'userid PACKAGES *' file.
*    Syntax is   LISTPACK node    id      disk   ( toolscmd
*                         v       v       v        v
*          defaults are   RALVM17 VMTOOLS VMTOOLS  LIST
* 3) RECEIVE all of the LIST files from RDRLIST on to an
*    appropriate disk.
* 4) Run CHKPACK EXEC to compare each PACKAGE file in 'userid PACKAGES *'
*    to its associated LIST file.
*    Output is a message file which details files which are called out
*    in the PACKAGE file but do not appear in the SUMMARY file. In other
*    words the file is missing from the TOOLS disk.
*    Also checks for the TOOLS version being down level to your local
*    disk version.
* New releases....
* 09/Sep/93 1.1 Added several messages to CHKPACK & LISTPACK EXECs.
*               Changed order of processing in LISTPACK & CHKPACK so that
*               files are processed in order they appear in package.
* 09/Nov/93 1.2 Minor code improvements.
* 21/Jul/94 1.3 Allow LISTPACK to issue any TOOLS command ( default is
*               SUMMARY ).
* 29/Sep/94 1.4 Changed to use LIST file so can check for down level.