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Posted: Fri Mar 10, 2006 6:55 pm Post subject: TSO Commands.
? Panel-id show? = PANELID
Displays the name of the current panel.
? Message-id = MSGID
Displays the Message-id of the last message.
? Automatic REFLIST can be accessed by
These allow you to pull back datasets without seeing the intermediate lists
Commands to quickly add names to your personal lists. These are REFOPEND, REFOPENL, REFADDD, and REFADDL
? RETP ? View the stack of your typed commands
? RETF ? Pull back commands in reverse order
? RETRIEVE ? Pop up the most recent typed commands from the stack.
? CRETRIEV- Pop up the most recent typed commands from the stack.
Shows the current data sets allocation for our ISPF session.
The TSO/E Interactive Data Transmission Facility TRANSMIT command allows you to send data sets or messages to persons on other MVS systems via Network Job Entry or directly to persons on your own system.
XMIT node.userid DA('your.pds') OUTDA('your.ps')
The TSO/E Interactive Data Transmission Facility RECEIVE command allows you to obtain files transmitted to your userid. The RECEIVE command queries the Job Entry Subsystem
RECEIVE INDS(?your xmi.ps?)
? SAVE /VDL
Save the data set list in log data set
Save the Quick Reference document in a PDS or PS
? TSO PROFILE
The profile command is used either to specify to the system certain user characteristics which are to be used to control the flow of information to and from the terminal or to list the user profile. The user profile is retained throughout each terminal session unless the user wishes to change it by issuing the profile command again and specifying the appropriate operands.
? CUT DISPLAY
This command when given while a member is opened in view/edit mode will show the Clipboard manager. The Clipboard can then be browsed or deleted
Displays the Keylist utility. Invoking KEYLIST OFF can disable it.
If the KEYLIST is ON, it displays the keys of current Keylist.
If the KEYLIST is OFF, it displays the Primary keys definition.
Displays the value of all the PFKEYS on the panel.
They can be removed from the panel by invoking PFSHOW OFF
? SCRNAME ON
Displays the screen name of the Top Left corner. We can give our own screen name to any screen by writing ?SCRNAME myscrname?
? SWAP LIST
Displays the Active ISPF logical Sessions.
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...excuse me, these are not TSO COMMANDS... ...they are ISPF Commands found in the command table you can view and change for your own taste... ...I work mostly with VM and also very familiar with these trivial things...
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