The Question is:
dO YOU HAVE SAMPLE DCL UAF CONVERSION PROCEDURES FOR ME TO REVIEW?
The Answer is :
The literal answer would be "no", though your offer to review the
OpenVMS Wizard's DCL code and coding style is appreciated.
As the question is terse, the OpenVMS Wizard will assume that this is
not a question of the SYSUAF file record format conversions (as has
happened at various OpenVMS releases), but is a question of the use
of the RMS CONVERT utility.
The SYSUAF.DAT file is an RMS indexed file and procedures such as
EDIT/FDL, ANALYZE/RMS/FDL, and CONVERT/FDL all apply.
A typical sequence of DCL commands used for indexed file optimization
and a file conversion follows:
$ ANALYZE/RMS/FDL/OUT=SYSUAF.FDL SYSUAF.DAT
$ EDIT/FDL/NOINTERACTIVE/ANALYSIS=SYSUAF.FDL/OUT=SYSUAF_OPT.FDL SYSUAF.FDL
$ CONVERT/FDL=SYSUAF_OPT.FDL SYSUAF.DAT SYSUAF.DAT
The OpenVMS Wizard would encourage accessing and reading the OpenVMS
RMS documentation, as well as the documentation on the CONVERT tool.