Description of DIREXEC
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The DIREXEC package includes three different commands.
DIREXEC executes an EXEC specified by a fileid. Its primary use is to execute an exec from an un-accessed SFS directory. You can also execute an exec, either on SFS or minidisk, accessed at a specific filemode while bypassing the normal CMS search order. REXX and EXEC 2 execs are supported, but not EXEC 1 execs. DIREXEC can also be used to execute EXECs with a non-standard filetype, or to alter the initial command environment for an EXEC.
FMEXEC executes an EXEC from a specific filemode. Its primary use is to bypass the standard CMS search order when two or more execs of the same name are accessed. REXX and EXEC 2 execs are supported, but not EXEC 1 execs. FMEXEC provides only a subset of the function provided by DIREXEC in that it only works with accessed filemodes, but it has a simpler syntax.
DIRXLOAD execloads a file. Its operation is identical to that of the EXECLOAD command, with the addition that you can DIRXLOAD an exec from an SFS directory that may not necessarily be accessed.
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