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IBM Z/Os Ispf.

By: Lanz, Franz.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Berlin/Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (234 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783110375596.Subject(s): Interactive computer systems | ISPF dialog manager | z/OSGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: IBM Z/Os IspfDDC classification: 005.225 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Readers previous knowledge of ISPF -- 1.2 Using this book -- 1.3 Screens, source codes, JCL and other displays -- 1.4 Labeling of important tips -- 1.5 Citations from other publications -- 1.6 IBM glossary -- 1.7 z/OS basic information -- 1.8 ISPF reference books -- 1.8.1 ISPF books for ISPF users -- 1.8.2 ISPF books for ISPF application programmers -- 1.9 TSO reference books -- 1.10 The ISPF services -- 1.11 Working with ISPF -- 1.12 ISPF interaction -- 1.13 The 3270 screen -- 1.13.1 3270 screen layout -- 1.13.2 The full screen technology -- 1.14 The ISPF online help facility -- 1.14.1 Call the online help facility -- 1.14.2 Overview of all commands and functions of ISPF -- 1.14.3 Description of the DSLIST command -- 1.15 ISPF sub-systems -- 1.15.1 SDSF - System Display and Search Facility -- 1.15.2 IBM Data Set Commander for z/OS -- 1.15.3 File Manager for z/OS -- 1.15.4 MVS/QuickRef -- 1.16 Information sources -- 2 Technical basics -- 2.1 Data sets -- 2.1.1 Allocation of data sets -- 2.1.2 Naming conventions for data set names -- 2.1.3 The relevance of qualifiers -- 2.1.4 Data set types -- 2.1.5 Other data set types -- 2.1.6 Concatenated data sets basics -- 2.1.7 Partitioned concatenated data sets -- 2.1.8 Sequential concatenated data sets -- 2.1.9 Abbreviations concerning data sets -- 3 The TSO/ISPF logon process -- 3.1 The logon procedure -- 3.2 TSO start and the user logon process in detail -- 3.3 ISPF start -- 3.3.1 Necessary ISPF libraries -- 3.3.2 Display currently existing library structures -- 3.3.3 ISPF table service data sets -- 3.3.4 The user profile library ISPPROF -- 3.3.5 Contents of ISPF profile library -- 3.3.6 The ISPF start command -- 3.3.7 The initial logon procedure XYZLOGON -- 3.3.8 Rules how a logon procedure may end.
3.3.9 The private logon procedure SLOGON -- 3.3.10 Example of a LOGON procedure -- 3.4 The SLOGON procedure of the SMART ISPF utilities -- 3.4.1 Install the SLOGON procedure -- 4 Customize ISPF -- 4.1 Available 3270 screen formats -- 4.2 ISPF options setting -- 4.3 The ISPF settings panel (Selection 0) -- 4.4 Panels and their handling -- 4.5 The structure of ISPF panels -- 4.5.1 Using HELP panels -- 4.6 The primary option menu -- 4.7 Screen splitting -- 4.7.1 Essential rules and tips for split screen -- 4.7.2 Direct activation of an ISPF logical screen -- 4.7.3 Example, with eight logical screens of ISPF -- 4.8 The program function keys of ISPF -- 4.8.1 Optimize PF key settings -- 4.8.2 Switching on the PF key setting display -- 4.8.3 Utilize KEYLISTs for PF keys -- 4.8.4 Display the PF key assignment in a KEYLIST -- 4.8.5 PF keys use without using KEYLIST -- 5 ISPF command tables -- 5.1 Execute programs in a TSOP/ISPF environment -- 5.1.1 Online execution -- 5.1.2 Batch execution -- 5.2 Introduction to the ISPF command technology -- 5.2.1 The member ISPCONF -- 5.2.2 Datasets for command tables -- 5.2.3 Creating your own ISPF commands -- 5.3 Program SICMD -- 5.3.1 Edit ISPF commands using SICMD -- 5.3.2 Display the list of all standard ISPF commands -- 5.3.3 Define the call of SICMD as command -- 5.3.4 Generating a list of commands -- 6 DSLIST - Data set lists -- 6.1 The DSLIST panel -- 6.2 The possibilities of the action bar for DSLISTs -- 6.3 The DSLIST panel fields -- 6.4 DSLIST panel processing -- 6.4.1 The DSLIST primary commands -- 6.4.2 The commands MEMBER and SRCHFOR -- 6.4.3 DSLIST line commands -- 6.4.4 DSLIST settings -- 6.4.5 Examples of the data set list settings -- 6.5 Personal data set lists -- 6.5.1 Creating personal data set lists -- 6.5.2 Call DSLISTs.
6.6 Entering the DSLIST command with the name of a DSLIST -- 6.6.1 Entering the DSLIST command without parameters -- 6.6.2 Using the volume serial field -- 6.7 DSLIST optimal use with command tables -- 6.7.1 Organization and naming conventions -- 6.7.2 Call DSLISTs using the ISPF command table -- 7 The Object/Action Workplace -- 7.1 The ISPF workplace panel -- 7.1.1 Calling the workplace via the command table -- 7.1.2 Operation of the workplace panel -- 7.1.3 Action commands in the workplace panel -- 7.2 Examples of workplace operation -- 8 The ISPF editor -- 8.1 Table of EDIT primary commands -- 8.2 Table of EDIT line commands -- 8.3 Displaying and maintaining an edit profile -- 8.3.1 Setting EDIT options with EDSET/EDITSET -- 8.3.2 EDIT profile settings and their use -- 8.4 Colored code for EDIT and VIEW -- 8.4.1 Colored code - what is it? -- 8.4.2 Setting the colored code -- 8.4.3 Uniform last level qualifier -- 8.5 Edit recovery -- 8.6 The UNDO function -- 8.7 Turn the UNDO function on and off -- 8.8 FIND and CHANGE -- 8.8.1 Definition of search operands -- 8.8.2 Definition of simple search texts -- 8.8.3 Definition of special search texts -- 8.9 Exclude -- 8.10 SHIFT and OVERLAY -- 8.10.1 Example one for using OVERLAY -- 8.10.2 Example two for using OVERLAY -- 8.11 CUT and PASTE -- 8.11.1 Data transport via the clipboard of the PC system -- 8.11.2 Data transport via the ISPF clipboard -- 9 Utilities for allocated data sets -- 9.1 DDLIST - Description and call -- 9.2 DDLIST operation -- 9.3 Find a member -- 9.4 Free a data set allocation -- 9.5 Warning when inconsistent data set structures exist -- 9.6 The display options SHORT and LONG -- 9.7 Display system library chains -- 9.7.1 Display of parmlib member ALLOCxx -- 9.7.2 Display the LINKLIST chain -- 9.7.3 Browsing storage and loaded modules -- 10 Secret Programs.
10.1 The TSO command CONCATD -- 10.2 Program ISRDSLST -- 10.3 The TASID program -- 11 The SMART ISPF utilities -- 11.1 Naming conventions -- 11.2 The dynamic panel concept -- 11.3 List of programs -- 11.4 Program descriptions -- 11.4.1 Edit macro ## -- 11.4.2 Edit macro #ALTXT -- 11.4.3 Edit macro #EDMEM -- 11.4.4 Edit macro #IMACROA -- 11.4.5 Edit macro #IMACRO1 -- 11.4.6 Edit macro #IMACRO2 -- 11.4.7 Edit macro #ISPFB -- 11.4.8 Edit macro #LCH -- 11.4.9 Edit macro #SPLJ -- 11.4.10 Edit macro #SSS -- 11.4.11 Edit macro #SSSCH -- 11.4.12 Edit macro #SU -- 11.4.13 Edit macro #TSOB -- 11.4.14 Edit macro #VERASE -- 11.4.15 Program SCURSOR -- 11.4.16 Program SDOC -- 11.4.17 Program SLE -- 11.4.18 Data member SLOGDSN -- 11.4.19 Program SLOGON -- 11.4.20 Program SPROFEDT -- 11.4.21 ISPF variables load member SPROFVAR -- 11.4.22 Program SSC -- 11.4.23 Program SSS -- 11.5 Installation of SMART ISPF utilities -- 11.5.1 Download and unzip -- 11.5.2 Installation -- 11.5.3 ALTLIB command -- 11.5.4 Make the SMART ISPF utilities ready to run -- List of screens -- List of programs -- List of tables -- List of JCL -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Readers previous knowledge of ISPF -- 1.2 Using this book -- 1.3 Screens, source codes, JCL and other displays -- 1.4 Labeling of important tips -- 1.5 Citations from other publications -- 1.6 IBM glossary -- 1.7 z/OS basic information -- 1.8 ISPF reference books -- 1.8.1 ISPF books for ISPF users -- 1.8.2 ISPF books for ISPF application programmers -- 1.9 TSO reference books -- 1.10 The ISPF services -- 1.11 Working with ISPF -- 1.12 ISPF interaction -- 1.13 The 3270 screen -- 1.13.1 3270 screen layout -- 1.13.2 The full screen technology -- 1.14 The ISPF online help facility -- 1.14.1 Call the online help facility -- 1.14.2 Overview of all commands and functions of ISPF -- 1.14.3 Description of the DSLIST command -- 1.15 ISPF sub-systems -- 1.15.1 SDSF - System Display and Search Facility -- 1.15.2 IBM Data Set Commander for z/OS -- 1.15.3 File Manager for z/OS -- 1.15.4 MVS/QuickRef -- 1.16 Information sources -- 2 Technical basics -- 2.1 Data sets -- 2.1.1 Allocation of data sets -- 2.1.2 Naming conventions for data set names -- 2.1.3 The relevance of qualifiers -- 2.1.4 Data set types -- 2.1.5 Other data set types -- 2.1.6 Concatenated data sets basics -- 2.1.7 Partitioned concatenated data sets -- 2.1.8 Sequential concatenated data sets -- 2.1.9 Abbreviations concerning data sets -- 3 The TSO/ISPF logon process -- 3.1 The logon procedure -- 3.2 TSO start and the user logon process in detail -- 3.3 ISPF start -- 3.3.1 Necessary ISPF libraries -- 3.3.2 Display currently existing library structures -- 3.3.3 ISPF table service data sets -- 3.3.4 The user profile library ISPPROF -- 3.3.5 Contents of ISPF profile library -- 3.3.6 The ISPF start command -- 3.3.7 The initial logon procedure XYZLOGON -- 3.3.8 Rules how a logon procedure may end.

3.3.9 The private logon procedure SLOGON -- 3.3.10 Example of a LOGON procedure -- 3.4 The SLOGON procedure of the SMART ISPF utilities -- 3.4.1 Install the SLOGON procedure -- 4 Customize ISPF -- 4.1 Available 3270 screen formats -- 4.2 ISPF options setting -- 4.3 The ISPF settings panel (Selection 0) -- 4.4 Panels and their handling -- 4.5 The structure of ISPF panels -- 4.5.1 Using HELP panels -- 4.6 The primary option menu -- 4.7 Screen splitting -- 4.7.1 Essential rules and tips for split screen -- 4.7.2 Direct activation of an ISPF logical screen -- 4.7.3 Example, with eight logical screens of ISPF -- 4.8 The program function keys of ISPF -- 4.8.1 Optimize PF key settings -- 4.8.2 Switching on the PF key setting display -- 4.8.3 Utilize KEYLISTs for PF keys -- 4.8.4 Display the PF key assignment in a KEYLIST -- 4.8.5 PF keys use without using KEYLIST -- 5 ISPF command tables -- 5.1 Execute programs in a TSOP/ISPF environment -- 5.1.1 Online execution -- 5.1.2 Batch execution -- 5.2 Introduction to the ISPF command technology -- 5.2.1 The member ISPCONF -- 5.2.2 Datasets for command tables -- 5.2.3 Creating your own ISPF commands -- 5.3 Program SICMD -- 5.3.1 Edit ISPF commands using SICMD -- 5.3.2 Display the list of all standard ISPF commands -- 5.3.3 Define the call of SICMD as command -- 5.3.4 Generating a list of commands -- 6 DSLIST - Data set lists -- 6.1 The DSLIST panel -- 6.2 The possibilities of the action bar for DSLISTs -- 6.3 The DSLIST panel fields -- 6.4 DSLIST panel processing -- 6.4.1 The DSLIST primary commands -- 6.4.2 The commands MEMBER and SRCHFOR -- 6.4.3 DSLIST line commands -- 6.4.4 DSLIST settings -- 6.4.5 Examples of the data set list settings -- 6.5 Personal data set lists -- 6.5.1 Creating personal data set lists -- 6.5.2 Call DSLISTs.

6.6 Entering the DSLIST command with the name of a DSLIST -- 6.6.1 Entering the DSLIST command without parameters -- 6.6.2 Using the volume serial field -- 6.7 DSLIST optimal use with command tables -- 6.7.1 Organization and naming conventions -- 6.7.2 Call DSLISTs using the ISPF command table -- 7 The Object/Action Workplace -- 7.1 The ISPF workplace panel -- 7.1.1 Calling the workplace via the command table -- 7.1.2 Operation of the workplace panel -- 7.1.3 Action commands in the workplace panel -- 7.2 Examples of workplace operation -- 8 The ISPF editor -- 8.1 Table of EDIT primary commands -- 8.2 Table of EDIT line commands -- 8.3 Displaying and maintaining an edit profile -- 8.3.1 Setting EDIT options with EDSET/EDITSET -- 8.3.2 EDIT profile settings and their use -- 8.4 Colored code for EDIT and VIEW -- 8.4.1 Colored code - what is it? -- 8.4.2 Setting the colored code -- 8.4.3 Uniform last level qualifier -- 8.5 Edit recovery -- 8.6 The UNDO function -- 8.7 Turn the UNDO function on and off -- 8.8 FIND and CHANGE -- 8.8.1 Definition of search operands -- 8.8.2 Definition of simple search texts -- 8.8.3 Definition of special search texts -- 8.9 Exclude -- 8.10 SHIFT and OVERLAY -- 8.10.1 Example one for using OVERLAY -- 8.10.2 Example two for using OVERLAY -- 8.11 CUT and PASTE -- 8.11.1 Data transport via the clipboard of the PC system -- 8.11.2 Data transport via the ISPF clipboard -- 9 Utilities for allocated data sets -- 9.1 DDLIST - Description and call -- 9.2 DDLIST operation -- 9.3 Find a member -- 9.4 Free a data set allocation -- 9.5 Warning when inconsistent data set structures exist -- 9.6 The display options SHORT and LONG -- 9.7 Display system library chains -- 9.7.1 Display of parmlib member ALLOCxx -- 9.7.2 Display the LINKLIST chain -- 9.7.3 Browsing storage and loaded modules -- 10 Secret Programs.

10.1 The TSO command CONCATD -- 10.2 Program ISRDSLST -- 10.3 The TASID program -- 11 The SMART ISPF utilities -- 11.1 Naming conventions -- 11.2 The dynamic panel concept -- 11.3 List of programs -- 11.4 Program descriptions -- 11.4.1 Edit macro ## -- 11.4.2 Edit macro #ALTXT -- 11.4.3 Edit macro #EDMEM -- 11.4.4 Edit macro #IMACROA -- 11.4.5 Edit macro #IMACRO1 -- 11.4.6 Edit macro #IMACRO2 -- 11.4.7 Edit macro #ISPFB -- 11.4.8 Edit macro #LCH -- 11.4.9 Edit macro #SPLJ -- 11.4.10 Edit macro #SSS -- 11.4.11 Edit macro #SSSCH -- 11.4.12 Edit macro #SU -- 11.4.13 Edit macro #TSOB -- 11.4.14 Edit macro #VERASE -- 11.4.15 Program SCURSOR -- 11.4.16 Program SDOC -- 11.4.17 Program SLE -- 11.4.18 Data member SLOGDSN -- 11.4.19 Program SLOGON -- 11.4.20 Program SPROFEDT -- 11.4.21 ISPF variables load member SPROFVAR -- 11.4.22 Program SSC -- 11.4.23 Program SSS -- 11.5 Installation of SMART ISPF utilities -- 11.5.1 Download and unzip -- 11.5.2 Installation -- 11.5.3 ALTLIB command -- 11.5.4 Make the SMART ISPF utilities ready to run -- List of screens -- List of programs -- List of tables -- List of JCL -- Bibliography -- Index.

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<p>Franz Lanz, Bempflingen, Germany.</p>

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