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CMS-XML PDS993E Permanent I/O error with TYPEACF=RACF
Diary of STARTOOL events ... 1)while FDM log says change made, it actually wasn't and this member gets the PDS993E error. ... 000001 Diary of STARTEST events
CMS-XML IMS Log is always allocated, even if only read requested
IMS Log is always allocated, even if only read requested
CMS-XML PF3 from HIST editlog display incorreclty displays FDM log
PF3 from HIST editlog display incorreclty displays FDM log
CMS-XML S0C4 abend after PF3 from Output log Table
S0C4 abend after PF3 from Output log Table
CMS-XML COPY with automatic editlog=yes pf3 'return from log' issue
COPY with automatic editlog=yes pf3 'return from log ' issue
CMS-XML The invalid command being built when building job from cmds in the current log
The invalid command being built when building job from cmds in the current log
CMS-XML PRINT
Added the solution to the FDM 7.5 README file, under Fix Log .
CMS-XML Disaster Recovery Keys for Mainframe Products
In the event of a real Disaster Recovery scenario or a planned Disaster Recovery test, you will need to request license keys to run your Micro Focus mainframe products on the Disaster Recovery CPU.
CMS-XML Setting PFKeys in FDM
SETKEYS only sets the KEYLIST for the LOG and MENU. The user must use the ISPF command KEYS for the others. Remember there is a different keylist for many of the different StarTool functions and setting them in one does not set it in the others.
CMS-XML FDM: Downloading a dataset to the PC
If you are in StarTool, from the primary option menu or the StarTool log (option 8), issue the SUSPEND command. This will put you in line mode even if you were is a split session with ISPF. Now you can perform the IND$FILE process to download the dataset to the PC. Once this process is complete, issue command ISPMODE which will put you back to your startool session.
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