Cursor-selecting a matching value

If you move the cursor under a value that you want matched, then press PF4 (MatchCSR), Z Abend Investigator refills the fault history window with faults that share this value for this field.

For example, if on the sample screen shown at Figure 1 you moved the cursor under the Abend value on the last visible entry and pressed PF4, the new display shows only those faults that had an abend of S0CB. The resulting list of entries might look like this:
Figure 1. The Fault Entry List after one match
  File  Options  View  Services  Help
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HCL Z Abend Investigator - Fault Entry List          ❶ 3 of 319 rows matched
Command ===> ________________________________________________ Scroll ===> CSR 
Fault History File or View : 'XMPUSER.DEMO.HIST' {The following line commands are available: ? (Query), V or S (View saved report), I (Interactive reanalysis), B (Batch reanalysis), D (Delete), H (Duplicate history), C (Copy fault entry), M (Move fault entry), X (XMIT fault entry).}Fault ID Job/Tran User ID Sys/Job Abend Date Time
__ F00294 DB2NL2 XMPUSER MVS2 S0CB 2019/02/20 14:42:29 __ F00292 DB2LE2 XMPUSER MVS2 S0CB 2019/02/20 14:38:25 __ F00049 DACBB001 JCULLEN MVS2 S0CB 2019/02/01 08:56:27 *** Bottom of data. F1=Help F3=Exit F4=MatchCSR F5=RptFind F6=Actions F7=Up F8=Down F10=Left F11=Right F12=MatchALL
Notes:
A message is issued that shows how many rows, of the ones previously displayed, that matched the selected value. This message only remains until a function key or the Enter key is pressed.
Column headings on which a MATCH is currently active are highlighted. These remain highlighted until the MATCH is reset.
If you now move the cursor under the User ID value on the second entry and press PF4, then the new display looks like this:
Figure 2. The Fault Entry List after two matches
  File  Options  View  Services  Help
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HCL Z Abend Investigator - Fault Entry List                2 of 3 rows matched
Command ===> ________________________________________________ Scroll ===> CSR 
Fault History File or View : 'XMPUSER.DEMO.HIST' {The following line commands are available: ? (Query), V or S (View saved report), I (Interactive reanalysis), B (Batch reanalysis), D (Delete), H (Duplicate history), C (Copy fault entry), M (Move fault entry), X (XMIT fault entry).} Fault ID Job/Tran User ID Sys/Job Abend Date Time
__ F00294 DB2NL2 XMPUSER MVS2 S0CB 2019/02/20 14:42:29 __ F00292 DB2LE2 XMPUSER MVS2 S0CB 2019/02/20 14:38:25 *** Bottom of data. F1=Help F3=Exit F4=MatchCSR F5=RptFind F6=Actions F7=Up F8=Down F10=Left F11=Right F12=MatchALL

Matching is restrictive. If you apply a second match, the selection of faults is restricted to those faults that have already satisfied the first match. For example, if you match by a user ID, and then match by a dump status, the resultant display shows only those entries for one owner with a particular status. If instead, you just matched by status, the display shows all the entries with this status for all user IDs.