The Z Abend Investigator ISPF interface

At any time after an abend you can, as a TSO user, start the Z Abend Investigator ISPF interface to review the fault. Using this interface you can:
The ISPF interface also permits you to:
Reanalysis: You can only perform reanalysis of a fault entry if it contains a minidump or is associated with an MVS dump data set.

Compiler listing or side file data sets that were allocated or specified via the DataSets option when the real-time analysis took place, are reused if performing reanalysis (if they are available in the reanalysis environment).

To make the reanalysis different from the initial real-time analysis, you must do one (or more) of the following:
The main differences between the batch and interactive reanalysis steps are:

If you want to supply a listing or side file so that Z Abend Investigator can provide source line information when it performs the fault reanalysis, you must compile the program and then store the compiler listing or side file. For more information on this process, see Providing compiler listings or Z Abend Investigator side files.

If you have already created the listing or side file and are holding it in a non-standard storage location, you can use JCL DD statements to point to the location. Pointing to listings with JCL DD statements sets out possible values.