Refresh processing

Refresh processing is what occurs when a fault entry is being rewritten due to user information, having been updated during interactive reanalysis. The user information which might cause this refresh processing is any of the following:
When user information has changed, then a display like the example shown in Figure 1 is presented upon exiting the interactive report, which permits the cancellation of the refresh, or the suppression of the minidump.
Figure 1. Sample refresh processing exit prompt
  Fault Entry Refresh                                        Line 1 Col 1 76  
  Command ===> ____________________________________________ Scroll ===> CSR   
  User information has been added or modified.                                
  Press Enter to refresh the current history file entry, or press PF3/PF12    
  to cancel.                                                                  
  A minidump does not currently exist for this fault entry, but one will be   
  saved unless suppressed using the option below.                             
  MaxMinidumpPages Option . . : 100                                           
  Current Minidump Pages. . . : 163                                           
  Suppress Minidump . . . . . : N (Y/N)                                       
  *** Bottom of data.                                                         

The option to suppress the minidump is only included if the fault does not yet include a minidump and the current minidump size exceeds the MaxMinidumpPages option limit in effect.

If instead the reanalysis is performed in batch, then a user exit can be used to perform the equivalent function. This exit is effectively an End Processing user exit, and is specified using the RefreshExits option (see RefreshExits).