Here are some basic tips on using the SDSF interface, updated and reprinted from ispf4users.blogspot.com by permission. This IBM utility provides z/OS system equivalents of Windows Task Manager and Printers, or UNIX/Linux ps, top, jobs, lpstat, and lpadmin. Monitor processes in z/OS and z/OS UNIX System Services; manipulate JES input and output queues; issue operator commands, and more.
A Data set list, created using ISPF option 3.4 or the DSLIST command, has its own settings. The EDIT/VIEW entry panel setting is particularly helpful. This post shows how to access DSLIST settings, suppress the EDIT/VIEW entry panel, and how to access the panel options when needed.
SHARE is an independent, volunteer organization providing education, professional networking, and industry influence in Mainframe and Enterprise IT. SHARE benefits are year-round, but it is best known for its Summer and Winter conferences. These are week-long gatherings of IT professionals with a System z focus. In 2016 the winter conference was held in San Antonio, Texas, and the summer event was held in Atlanta, Georgia. Here are some highlights of the 2016 summer event which was held July 31st through August 5th.
This article first appeared on ispf4users.blogspot.com and is used here by permission.
ISPF Search For (options 3.14 and 3.15) is a function of the program SUPERC which is also a compare utility (options 3.12 and 3.13). These utilities can be invoked directly from a data set list (DSLIST or 3.4) using line and primary commands.
Page 1 of 2