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Mainframe Online Quiz - 28

Description: This quiz is about the mainframe eco system and their commands
Number of Questions: 20
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The utility IEHPROGM can be used to maintain data set passwords

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: A

AI Explanation

To answer this question, we need to understand what the utility IEHPROGM is used for.

IEHPROGM is a utility program in IBM's z/OS operating system that is used to manage and maintain various aspects of datasets. It allows system administrators to perform tasks such as creating, deleting, renaming, and modifying datasets.

One of the tasks that can be performed with IEHPROGM is the maintenance of dataset passwords. Dataset passwords can be set or changed using this utility to control access to the dataset.

Therefore, the statement that the utility IEHPROGM can be used to maintain dataset passwords is true.

The correct answer is A) True.

A PDS can be compressed using the IEBCOPY utility

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: A

Which of the following DD indentifiers is used for the output file for messages from the utility

  1. SYSUT2

  2. SYSUDUMP

  3. SYSUT3

  4. SYSOUT


Correct Option: C

If the job run in November 2010 |EZCYMFP4| will return

  1. 201006

  2. 201007

  3. 201004

  4. 201005


Correct Option: A

Keyword Functions can be maximum length of

  1. 63

  2. 56

  3. 45

  4. 76


Correct Option: A

The coded keywords are converted immediately preceding job submission

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: B

Keyword Functions are evaluated from

  1. Left to Right

  2. Right to left

  3. Middle

  4. second Character


Correct Option: A

Is it possible to get advance/Past date values thru Keyword Parms

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: B

Which symbol is used to ensure whether a valid date is returned or not

  1. $

  2. #

  3. &

  4. *


Correct Option: A

If the job run in March |EZN| will return

  1. MARCH

  2. 3

  3. MAR

  4. APR


Correct Option: A

Which database exploits IBM systems to the maximum?

  1. DB2

  2. ORACLE

  3. Z OS/DB2

  4. MVS DB2


Correct Option: A

DBRM stands for?

  1. Data Request Module

  2. Database Register Module

  3. Dual Request Module

  4. Database Request Module


Correct Option: D

AI Explanation

To answer this question, you need to understand the acronym DBRM.

DBRM stands for Database Request Module.

Option A) Data Request Module - This option is incorrect because DBRM does not stand for Data Request Module.

Option B) Database Register Module - This option is incorrect because DBRM does not stand for Database Register Module.

Option C) Dual Request Module - This option is incorrect because DBRM does not stand for Dual Request Module.

Option D) Database Request Module - This option is correct because DBRM stands for Database Request Module.

The correct answer is D) Database Request Module.

The IBM inbuilt utility to describe the table structure in COBOL is

  1. DATAGEN

  2. JCLGEN

  3. DCLGEN

  4. DBLGEN


Correct Option: C

AI Explanation

To answer this question, you need to understand the different IBM utilities used in COBOL programming.

Option A) DATAGEN - This option is incorrect because DATAGEN is not an IBM utility used to describe table structures in COBOL.

Option B) JCLGEN - This option is incorrect because JCLGEN is not an IBM utility used to describe table structures in COBOL.

Option C) DCLGEN - This option is correct. DCLGEN is an IBM utility used to describe the table structure in COBOL. It generates the Data Control Language (DCL) statements that define the structure of the table.

Option D) DBLGEN - This option is incorrect because DBLGEN is not an IBM utility used to describe table structures in COBOL.

The correct answer is C) DCLGEN. This option is correct because DCLGEN is the IBM utility specifically designed to describe the table structure in COBOL.

Which of the following is not a field in SQLCA?

  1. sqlcode

  2. sqlwarn

  3. sqlstate

  4. sqlsdmp


Correct Option: D
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