Fault entry list column configuration

The fault information that is shown on the Fault Entry List display is determined by the HistCols option in effect. If no HistCols option is used, the default is as illustrated in Figure 1.

Individual users are able to alter the Fault Entry List display information by either entering the COLS command or by selecting the View menu Column Configuration option (for information about selecting this option in general, refer to Action-bar pull-down menus). This opens the Fault Entry List Column Configuration display as the example shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1. Sample Fault Entry List Column Configuration display
  File  View  Services  Help
───────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
Fault Entry List Column Configuration                          Line 1 Col 1 80
Command ===> ________________________________________________ Scroll ===> CSR 

Current Fault Entry List Column Configuration (Sample Data):

   Fault ID Job/Tran User ID  Sys/Job  Abend Date       Time    
     F00249 HFZVPCOB FRED     MVSA     S0C7  2019/11/22 15:29:03

Column Configuration Settings:

{Below, you may change your Fault Entry List display column configuration. To
make a column visible, or to change its relative display position, enter a
non-zero positive value in the Order column; to hide a column, enter 0. The
resulting column configuration is shown above.}

Order Column             
1     Fault_ID
2     Job/Tran
3     User_ID       ┌───────────────────────────────────┐
4     Sys/Job       │ Default column configuration used │  ❶
 F1=Help      F3=Sa └───────────────────────────────────┘         F8=Down
F10=Left     F11=Right    F12=Cancel
The Fault Entry List Column Configuration display is divided into two sections:
When the Fault Entry List Column Configuration display is first presented, a message is issued which identifies from where the current column configuration was read (see ❶ in Figure 1). There are four different possibilities:

The SAVE command (PF3) is used to save the current column configuration in the ISPF profile and return to the Fault Entry List display with the new configuration active. All subsequent interactive Z Abend Investigator sessions use this configuration until it is changed by a subsequent modification, reset to the default using the RESET command, or the ISPF profile is deleted.

The CANCEL command (PF12) can be used to return from the Fault Entry List Column Configuration display without saving any changes made.