Pointing to listings with JCL DD statements

No DD statements are required to run Z Abend Investigator in either batch or real time. However, for versions of z/OS® prior to z/OS 2.2, a SYSMDUMP, SYSUDUMP or SYSABEND DD statement is needed for normal MVS™ dump processing in real time when using the MVS IEAVTABX change options/suppress dump exit, HFZXDCAP, unless the HFZTABD USERMOD is applied (see Eliminating the need for a dump DD statement (++HFZTABD) for details about the effect of this USERMOD).

You can specify the following DD statements in the JCL if appropriate. If they are not specified, the definitions from the PARMLIB configuration member HFZCNF00, the HFZOPTS user options file, or an Analysis Control user exit are used to identify these data sets:
HFZLC
PDS or PDSE data set containing C compiler listings
HFZLCOB
PDS or PDSE data set containing COBOL compiler listings (other than OS/VS COBOL)
HFZLCOBO
PDS or PDSE data set containing OS/VS COBOL compiler listings
HFZSYSDB
PDS or PDSE data set containing COBOL or Enterprise PL/I SYSDEBUG, or XL C/C++ MDBG side files.
HFZLPLI
PDS or PDSE data set containing PL/I compiler listings (other than Enterprise PL/I)
HFZLPLIE
PDS or PDSE data set containing Enterprise PL/I compiler listings
HFZADATA
PDS or PDSE data set containing SYSADATA from Assembler compilations
HFZLANGX
PDS or PDSE data set containing LANGX side files for all languages

Do not specify a member name on any of the above DD statements. See Providing compiler listings or Z Abend Investigator side files for further details on the use of these files.