Member Lists

If the FROM data set is a or PDS data set and the member name is left blank or specified as a wildcard selection on the first panel, a member selection list displays after the second move/copy panel is filled in.
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If the FROM data set is a
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or PDS data set and the member name is left blank or specified as a wildcard selection on the first panel, a member selection list displays after the second move/copy panel is filled in.
You can scroll through the list using the scroll commands (UP and DOWN) or the LOCATE command. You can select one or more members for processing by entering an S ahead of the member names.
You can also rename members in the TO data set (if
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or PDS) by entering a new name in the NEWNAME field of the long selection list.
  • If the
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    password is required for the FROM library, you can enter it in the PSWD field.
  • If the
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    password is required for the TO library, you can enter it in the PSWD2 field.
  • If an archived level other than current is selected from the FROM
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    library, you can overtype the UPDATED field to specify the level as
    yymmddhhmmss
    , L
    n
    , or
    -n
    .
To terminate the member list, enter
END
.
If you have unprocessed requests when END is entered, they are ignored.
Scrolling Member Lists
Scrolling in member selection lists is done the same way as for ELIPS. To scroll down by the scroll amount, enter a DOWN command. To scroll up by the scroll amount, enter an UP command. The member selection list is never wider than 80 characters, so the LEFT and RIGHT scroll commands are disabled when a member list displays. You can change the scroll amount field at the top of the display as described in the tutorial section on scrolling. An additional method of scrolling is to use the LOCATE command.
The LOCATE command (which you can enter as LOC or L) scrolls to the member that you specify. If the specified name is not in the list, the data is scrolled to the member name that precedes the specified name (in alphabetic sequence).
The example that follows shows how to request a direct scroll to member FORA in the selection list.
COMMAND ===> loc fora NAME VV.MM CREATED LAST MODIFIED ADRIOT 01.03 02/11/01 02/10/02 09 BINARYB1 01.06 02/11/01 02/11/03 08 BINARYB2 01.02 02/11/01 02/10/03 10 CALLLIB 01.03 02/11/01 02/09/02 10 COMMONB1 01.20 02/11/01 02/11/02 11
Selecting a Member 'S' Line Command
You can select multiple members from the list by entering an S in front of each member name. It is usually convenient to use the NEW LINE key to position the cursor to the lines. The PSWD, PSWD2, UPDATED and NEWNAME fields are to the right of the member name. If these fields are not present on the short selection list, use the SELECT command to specify these parameters.
The example below shows how you could select members ADRIOT and BINARY02. BINARY02 to BINARY03 are also renamed.
COMMAND ===> NAME NEWNAME VV.MM CREATED LAST MODIFIED s ADRIOT 01.03 02/11/01 02/10/02 BINARY01 01.06 02/11/01 02/11/03 s BINARY02 binary03 01.02 02/11/01 02/10/03 CALLLIB 01.03 02/11/01 02/09/02 COMMON1 01.20 02/11/01 02/11/02