Transmitting history file entries

Use the X line command in the Fault Entry List display to XMIT a fault entry.

You can also XMIT a range of fault history entries, using two XX range markers. When you XMIT a range of a matched set of entries, you only XMIT the entries displayed on the screen. You do not XMIT any entries that are not displayed, but are interleaved with the displayed entries on the original history file.

After pressing the Enter key, a display showing the list of fault entries that are selected for XMIT with the X or XX commands is presented. You can specify the destination node and user ID to which the fault entries should be transmitted, as well as the transmitted data set type: either sequential (SEQ) or partitioned (PDS). These fields are initialized with the values last specified. The following is an example of the Specify XMIT Options display that is shown after pressing the Enter key.
Figure 1. Sample Specify XMIT Options display
┌ ─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┐
│ Specify XMIT Options                                       Line 1 Col 1 76  │
│ Command ===> ___________________________________________  Scroll ===> CSR   │
│                                                                             │
│ Verify or change XMIT options for the selected fault entries and press      │
│ Enter, or press PF3/PF12 to abort the XMIT request.                         │
│                                                                             │
│ XMIT Options:                                                               │
│   Destination Node. . . . . : PTHVM3                                        │
│   Destination User ID . . . : NWILKES                                       │
│   Data Set Type . . . . . . : SEQ (PDS/SEQ)                                 │
│                                                                             │
│ Selected Fault Entries:                                                     │
│   BAT14648 BAT14649 BAT14650 BAT14651 BAT14652 BAT14653 BAT14654 BAT14655   │
│   BAT14672                                                                  │
│                                                                             │
│ *** Bottom of data.                                                         │
│                                                                             │
│                                                                             │
│                                                                             │
│                                                                             │
│                                                                             │
│  F1=Help     F3=Exit     F7=Up       F8=Down    F12=Cancel                  │
└─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┘

Each selected fault entry is transmitted separately to the specified destination.

If the XMIT of one or more fault entries was not successful, then a display detailing the reasons is shown. Any associated dump data set is ignored.

The TSO user's access authorization level required to XMIT a fault entry is READ.