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I'm not very sure what original question is asking, however, unless I misunderstood - "override" is usually used in connection with "override a DD statement". And what Arr Bee has suggested, I usually call that as "editing" the file..."patching" is not a term used in JCL references, it seems to be some local jargon.
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