DCMT DISPLAY LOADLIST Command

DCMT DISPLAY LOADLIST allows you to display the load lists defined for your DC/UCF system. A load list can enhance program loading performance. You define a load list with the LOADLIST system generation statement. At runtime, you specify which load list to use with the DCUF SET LOADLIST command. You can also use DCUF DISPLAY LOADLIST to see which load list is currently being used for programs loaded on your behalf.
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DCMT DISPLAY LOADLIST allows you to display the load lists defined for your DC/UCF system. A load list can enhance program loading performance. You define a load list with the LOADLIST system generation statement. At runtime, you specify which load list to use with the DCUF SET LOADLIST command. You can also use DCUF DISPLAY LOADLIST to see which load list is currently being used for programs loaded on your behalf.
This article describes the following information:
Syntax
►►─── DCMT ─┬───────────────────┬────────────────────────────────────────────►             └─ 
broadcast-parms
 ─┘  ►─── Display ──────┬─ LOADLISt 
loadlist-name
 ───┬───────────────────────────►◄                     └─ LOADLISts ────────────────┘
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.
  • LOADLISt
    Displays a specified load list.
    • loadlist-name
      A name defined on the LOADLIST statement at system generation.
  • LOADLISts
    Displays all load lists defined in the DC/UCF system.
Usage
The following information is displayed for each library in a loadlist:
Field
Value
Type
The type of the loadlist element (loadlib or dictionary)
Version
The version of the dictionary or loadlib
Dictname/Dictnode
Specifies the data dictionary in which the library resides, either with its name or with the node that controls it.
Example
DCMT DISPLAY LOADLISTS
      DISPLAY LOADLISTS                ***  Loadlist Table Display for System 81  ***                     System Loadlist SYSLOAD                       Type       Version            Dictname/Dictnode  LOADLIST MAPCLOAD  Dict      USER-DEF                    SYST-DEF                     Loadlib   USER-DEF                     Dict      00001                       SYST-DEF                     Loadlib   00001  LOADLIST SYSLOAD   Dict      USER-DEF                    USER-DEF                     Dict      USER-DEF                    SYST-DEF                     Loadlib   USER-DEF                     Dict      00001                       USER-DEF                     Dict      00001                       SYST-DEF                     Loadlib   00001  LOADLIST TOOLLOAD  Dict      USER-DEF                    TOOLDICT                     Dict      USER-DEF                    USER-DEF                     Dict      USER-DEF                    SYST-DEF                     Loadlib   USER-DEF                     Dict      00001                       TOOLDICT                     Dict      00001                       USER-DEF               PAGE 001 - NEXT PAGE:
DCMT DISPLAY LOADLIST loadlist-name
      DISPLAY LOADLIST SYSLOAD                ***  Loadlist Table Display for System 81  ***                       Type       Version            Dictname/Dictnode  LOADLIST SYSLOAD   Dict      USER-DEF                    USER-DEF                     Dict      USER-DEF                    SYST-DEF                     Loadlib   USER-DEF                     Dict      00001                       USER-DEF                     Dict      00001                       SYST-DEF                     Loadlib   00001
More Information
  • For more information about specifying which load list to use, see DCUF SET LOADLIST.
  • For more information about displaying which load list is currently being used for programs loaded on your behalf, see DCUF SHOW LOADLIST.
  • For more information about defining load lists, see documentation of the system generation LOADLIST statement in the
    Administrating section
    .