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This TSO/ISPF training course provides material and exercises on the facilities provided by the ISPF Program Development Facility running under the z/OS operating system and TSO. It is used mainly to develop, maintain and test programs. This course covers the commonly used options of TSO/ISPF. It allows students to consolidate the knowledge covered on the z/OS Concepts course and enables them to use TSO as a foundation for application program development and job submission.
The TSO Environment
TSO and z/OS
Logging on to TSO
Screen header area
General Screen formats
Default Function key settings
Program Attention Keys
Accessing an option
ISPF Libraries and data sets
Data set naming
Data set attributes
Partitioned data sets
Option 0 (ISPF Settings)
Option 1 (View)
Option 3 (Utilities)
Option 3.1 (Library utility)
Option 3.2 (Data set utility)
Option 3.3 (Move/Copy utility)
Option 3.4 (Data set list utility)
Option 6 (ISPF Command Shell)
The PDF Editor
Option 2 (Edit)
Entering and amending data
Copy and Move
Additional Line commands
RFIND and RCHANGE
SDSF (Viewing Job output)
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