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ABSTRACT

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FILTERING THE DISPLAY ON THE SPOOL

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COMPARING DIFFERENT COLUMNS FROM TWO FILES :


(CMPCOLN and CMPCOLO)

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RETRIEVE THE PREVIOUS VERSIONS OF A DATASET :

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RECOVER THE DELETED DATASET :

To recover a deleted dataset, enter the following command in TSO (Start 6) panel.

HRECOVER 'Deleted dataset Name'

or type the following in the command line

TSO HRECOVER 'Deleted Dataset Name'

AVOID ISPF 3.4 TO OPEN A PDS: A FAST WAY TO GET TO EDIT ,VIEW OR
BROWSE

ISRBPDF and ISREPDF

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AUTOMATICALLY FILL IN DATA SET/LIBRARY FIELDS AUTOTYPE :

How wonderful it feels when Internet explorer suggests names for URLs when we start
typing the first few letters! Our mainframe also has the ability to do pretty much the same.
Using ‘KEYS’ command on the command line, assign a free PF key with the value
‘AUTOTYPE’.

Now use 3.4 to go to the Data Set list utility and then type the first few qualifier of the
required data set.

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RETRIEVE ONLY THOSE RECORDS WITH THE SPECIFIED STRING

ISRONLY

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ADDING/REPLACING DATA TO CLIPBOARD

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SEARCH FOR A MEMBER BY MIDDLE STRING :

Suppose I have members of PDS ‘A’ as CIZRMMD2,CIZRNJER2. CIZRFLA1,


CIZRFLA2,

I want to find out the members which has ‘FLA’ string in the member name .

USE ISPF 4.12 Option.


Select the browse option 1
Give the ISPF library name where your member resides .
Select the language type as COB
Provide the string .

SEND A MESSAGE WITHIN THE MAINFRAME TERMINALS:


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CHANGE THE DATASET LIST SETTINGS :

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