DCMT DISPLAY LOADLIB Command

DCMT DISPLAY LOADLIB displays information associated with DC/UCF load libraries.
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DCMT DISPLAY LOADLIB displays information associated with DC/UCF load libraries.
This article describes the following information:
 
This command is not applicable for z/VSE systems.
A load library is identified in a DCMT DISPLAY LOADLIB command by a ddname/linkname specified for the library in a DC/UCF startup JCL.
Syntax
►►─── DCMT ─┬───────────────────┬─────────────────────────────────────────────►             └─ 
broadcast-parms
 ─┘  ►─── Display ──────┬─ LOADLib ─┬─ CDMSLIB ──┬─┬──────────────────────────────►◄                     │           └─ V
nnnn
 ────┘ │                     └─ LOADLibs ───────────────┘
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.
  • LOAdlib
    Displays information for a specified load library.
    • CDMSLIB
      Specifies the load library CDMSLIB.
    • V
      nnnn
      The ddname (z/OS) of a load library included in the JCL used to start up the system.
  • LOAdlibs
    Displays the ddname/linkname and the status of each load library accessed since system startup.
Usage
DCMT DISPLAY LOADLIB displays the following information:
Field
Value
Ddname
The ddname/linkname of the load library
Status of Loadlib
The status (open or closed; online or offline)
Programs Loaded From This Loadlib Since Startup or Vary Online
The name, type, and version number of each program loaded from the specified load library either since system startup or since the library was varied online
Example
DCMT DISPLAY LOADLIBS
      DISPLAY LOADLIBS             ***  Display Loadlibs  ***          Ddname          Status          ------          ------         CDMSLIB          Online       Open
More Information
For more information about associating a load library with a program, see documentation of the PROGRAM statement in the
Administrating section
.