3270 Display Size Support

When using an emulator with a dynamic, alternate display size, CA IDMS can use an 80 column default display size for VTAM, UCFTSO, and UCFCICS sessions. You do not need to set the alternate display size of the emulator to a supported 3270 model.
 
UCFTSO and UCFCICS use the DFLTSIZ= parameter to indicate the default 3270 model display size.
The following sizes are supported:
  • 24x80
  • 32x80
  • 43x80
  • Mod2
  • Mod3
  • Mod4
VTAM
To access CA IDMS using VTAM, specify a dynamic LOGMODE or configure a session manager for dynamic support. No additional setup is required within CA IDMS.UCFTSOTo set up the default display size for UCFTSO, the CLIST that is used to access CA IDMS should include the DFLTSIZ= parameter to be passed to RHDCUCFT to indicate the desired default 3270 model display size. Multiple CLISTs can be used to support different 3270 model emulations. If no parameter is specified and a dynamic alternate size is used, the session defaults to Mod2. 
UCFTSO
To set up the default display size for UCFTSO, the CLIST that is used to access CA IDMS should include the DFLTSIZ= parameter to be passed to RHDCUCFT to indicate the desired default 3270 model display size. Multiple CLISTs can be used to support different 3270 model emulations. If no parameter is specified and a dynamic alternate size is used, the session defaults to Mod2. CLIST ExampleThe following example shows how to specify the DFLTSIZE= parameter value to pass to RHDCUCFT:
CALL 'IDMS.LOADLIB(RHDCUCFT)' 'DFLTSIZ=43X80'
UCFCICS
The #UCFCICS macro is assembled with the DFLTSIZ= parameter to indicate the desired default 3270 model display size. Multiple copies are used to support different 3270 model emulations. If no parameter is specified and a dynamic alternate size is used, the session defaults to Mod2.Parameter
Example
 
The following example shows the UCFCICS macro with the DFLTSIZ= parameter that specifies Mod4:
UCFCICS4 #UCFCICS COLOR=ONLY,DISC=YES,USERCHK=YES,LASTOUT=TASKEND, X RESETKB=TASKEND,DFLTSIZ=MOD4
 
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