CONCALL Utility Invokes Programs from Unauthorized Libraries
CONCALL serves as a pass-through program which can be invoked by NDVRC1 and then call a user-designated program in which the program name is specified by the EXEC PARM. Additionally, CONCALL can invoke any program from a specific library.
Using CONCALL, you can invoke your programs from unauthorized libraries. Generally, programs that are invoked directly from NDVRC1 must reside in an APF-authorized library. This utility enables you to bypass the STEPLIB (or LINKLST) residency requirement for the program that is specified in the execution parameter. CONCALL can be used to invoke any program from a specified library. CONCALL can also be used be used with the NDVRC1 server program to invoke batch programs from an unauthorized library.
Example: CONCALL Utility
//STEP1 EXEC PGM=NDVRC1,PARM='CONCALL,DDN:MYLOAD,APIPGM, parameter data'