DCMT DISPLAY CLASS Command

DCMT DISPLAY CLASS displays information associated with queued DC/UCF reports. Classes and destinations that have no report queued are not displayed.
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DCMT DISPLAY CLASS displays information associated with queued DC/UCF reports. Classes and destinations that have no report queued are not displayed.
This article describes the following information:
Syntax
►►─── DCMT ─┬───────────────────┬─────────────────────────────────────────────►             └─ 
broadcast-parms
 ─┘  ►─── Display ─┬─ CLAss 
printer-class
 ─┬──────────────────────────────────────►◄                └─ CLAsses ─────────────┘
Parameters
  • broadcast-parms
    Indicates to execute the DCMT command on all or a list of data sharing group members.
    For more information about broadcasting and
    broadcast-parms
    syntax, see the section How to Broadcast System Tasks.
  • CLAss
    Displays information for each report in the specified print class.
    • printer-class
      The number of the class. The reports are presented according to their position in the queue and are printed on a first-in first-out basis.
  • CLAsses
    Displays information for each printer class or destination for which reports are queued.
Usage
Display for Each Report
The following information is displayed for each report:
Field
Value
On Printer
Report status; one of the following is displayed:
Physical terminal ID
-- The report is currently being printed on the indicated terminal.
KEEP
-- A DCMT VARY REPORT KEEP command was issued for the report if either:
The report has not yet been printed for the first time.
A DCMT VARY REPORT RELEASE command has been issued for the report and the report has not yet been printed in response to the release request.
KEPT
-- A DCMT VARY REPORT KEEP command was issued for the report, and the report has already been printed either for the first time or in response to a release request.
HELD
-- A DCMT VARY REPORT HOLD command has been issued for the report.
Report Name
Report name (assigned by the DC/UCF system).
Original Lterm-ID
ID of the logical terminal from which the report originated (if any); if the report originated from a batch job, *BATCH* appears in this field.
Program Name
Name of the program from which the report originated.
Rpt ID
Report ID (assigned by the originating program); the default is 1.
Num Lines
Number of lines in the report.
Num Copies
Number of copies, as requested by the program that wrote the report by a DCMT request.
User
User ID (if the report was initiated by DC/UCF).
Display for All Reports
The following information is displayed for all reports:
  • Class number/destination ID.
  • Number of reports queued. An asterisk (*) indicates that a report from the class or destination is currently being printed.
  • Total number of lines queued.
Examples
DCMT DISPLAY CLASSES
      DISPLAY CLASSES CL/DEST   REPORTS  LINES  01       00008  0000136  57       00001  0000024 USWSWDP5  00001  0000007
DCMT DISPLAY CLASS printer-id
      DISPLAY CLASS 1 ON       REPORT   ORIGINAL PROGRAM   RPT  RPT  NUM   NUM PRINTER  NAME     LTERM-ID  NAME     PRI  ID  LINES COPIES USER          DKTB1    VL10303            020  001 00024  001   MQA          DKTB2    VL10303            020  001 00024  001   MQA          DKTB3    VL10303            020  001 00024  001   MQA          DKTB4    UCFLT05  RHDCOPLG  020  001 00005  001   ZQA          DKTB5    UCFLT05  RHDCOPLG  020  001 00004  001   ZQA          DKTB6    UCFLT05  RHDCOPLG  020  001 00007  001   ZQA          DNNV1    VL10301            020  001 00024  001   SQA          DNNV2    VL10306            020  001 00024  001   SQA
More Information
  • For more information about print classes and destinations, see documentation of the DESTINATION, PTERM, and LTERM statements in the
    Administrating section
    .
  • For more information about how to change DC/UCF report attributes, see DCMT DISPLAY REPORTS and DCMT VARY REPORT.
  • For more information about how to change the default print class or destination for your DC/UCF session, see DCUF SET PRINT CLASS/DESTINATION.