DCMT DISPLAY LINE Command

DCMT DISPLAY LINE displays information associated with DC/UCF teleprocessing lines.
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DCMT DISPLAY LINE displays information associated with DC/UCF teleprocessing lines.
This article describes the following information:
Syntax
►►─── DCMT ─┬───────────────────┬───────────────────────────────────────►             └─ 
broadcast-parms
 ─┘  ►─── Display ─┬─ LINe 
line-id
 ─┬───────────────────────────────────────►◄                └─ LINes ────────┘
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.
  • LINe
    Displays information about a specified line and about each physical terminal associated with the line.
    • line-id
      The ID of a line defined on the system generation LINE statement.
  • LINes
    Displays information for each line defined at DC/UCF system generation time.
Usage
Display for DCMT DISPLAY LINES
The following information for each line is displayed by the DCMT DISPLAY LINES command:
Field
Value
Line-ID
Line ID.
Status
Status (in-service or closed).
Driver Module
Name of the line driver module.
Type and/or Access Method
Line type and/or access method.
Appl/Table DD/Other
Application ID, ddname/linkname, table or other access method information.
Number of Pterms
Number of physical terminals associated with the line.
Display for Each Specified Line
The following information is provided for each specified line:
Field
Value
Pline-ID
Line ID.
Status
Status (in-service or closed).
Module
Name of the program controlling the line.
Appl/Table DD/Other
Application ID, ddname/linkname, table or other access method information. :tnote. Additional information depending on the line type. :etnote.
Display for Each Physical Terminal
The following information is provided for each physical terminal associated with the specified line:
Field
Value
Lterm-ID
ID of the logical terminal associated with the physical terminal.
Pterm-ID
Physical terminal ID.
Type/M
Physical terminal type and model.
Status
Status (in-service, out-of-service, or disconnected).
Term-ID
VTAM minor node or terminal ID.
Fes-ID
Front-end system ID (UCF).
UCF-Stat
UCF status (UCF).
UCF-Mode
UCF mode (UCF).
Example
DCMT DISPLAY LINES
      DISPLAY LINES         ***  DISPLAY LINES (ALL) REQUEST ***                       DRIVER   TYPE AND/OR     APPL/TABLE    NUMBER OF   LINE-ID   STATUS    MODULE   ACCESS METHOD    DD/OTHER      PTERMS   -------   ------    ------   -------------   ----------    ---------   CONSOLE   INSRV    RHDCD04W   WTO             CONSOLE          1   UCFLINE   INSRV    RHDCD0ZU   UCF             RHDCFSTB         8   VTAMLIN   INSRV    RHDCD05V   VTAM 3270       A47IQA03        13   JESRDR    INSRV    RHDCD07Q   SYSOUT          JESRDR           1   CCILINE   INSRV    RHDCD0LV   DDS VTAM                         5
DCMT DISPLAY LINE CONSOLE
      DISPLAY LINE CONSOLE      *** PHYSICAL LINE DISPLAY *** PLINE-ID CONSOLE   STATUS INSRV   MODULE 4W LTERM-ID PTERM-ID TYPE/M STATUS TERM-ID    FES-ID   UCF-STAT UCF-MODE CONSOLE  OPERATOR CONS   INSRV
DCMT DISPLAY LINE TCPIP
 *** Physical Line Display *** PLine-ID TCPIP   Status InSrv   Opened 2007-04-15-05.55.20.092194   Module IP LTerm-ID PTerm-ID Type/M Status  Port Target-host SY71CA31 SY71CA31 DTCP   OutSrv 00000 USILCA31 SY71CA11 SY71CA11 DTCP   OutSrv 03771 USILCA11 TCPLIS01 TCPLIS01 LIST   OutSrv 01234 TCLJSRV  TCPJSRV  LIST   InSrv  03772 TCPIPB01 TCPIPB01 BULK   Discon TCPIPB02 TCPIPB02 BULK   Discon
If a PTERM has a service name assigned to it, andthe PTERM status is out-of-service, the Port column shows the value 00000. You must issue an explicit DCMT DISPLAY PTERM command to display the corresponding service name.
More Information
For more information about lines, see documentation of the LINE statement in the
Administrating section
.