Updated: 10/19/2021, 9:29:48 PM
Created: 10/19/2021, 9:29:48 PM
Last Updated By: Kevin Munoz
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Tags: environment variables
When a program or subroutine is compiled, it creates an intermediate object file that is used when the program is CATALOG'd. The name of this compiled object file either starts with a $ or ends with .o (UNIX) or .obj (Windows). If the program (or subroutine) is subsequently DECATALOG'd then, by default, the compiled object file is not removed, which means that the program (or subroutine) could be re-CATALOG'd without recompiling the original source code. This behavior may not be desirable if the source code is being changed or has been decommissioned.
The DECATALOG_DELETE_OBJECT_CODE environment variable causes the intermediate compiled object file to be deleted when the program (or subroutine) is DECATALOG'd.
Normal environment variable, so it can be set at any time by:
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