Since there are 79,000+ members that would take too long for me to "screen scrap" to add to a file.
Robert Sample wrote:Who mentioned anything about screen scraping? TSO/ISPF option 3.4 has a PRINT command. This command will produce a listing file containing the same data that shows up on the screen -- member name, lines, etc. When you exit TSO/ISPF, you either use a default for the listing file (print and delete, delete without printing, keep the data set and use for next session, or keep the data set and allocate a new one next session), or you specify which option to use.
dick scherrer wrote:Hello,
No need to "screen scrape".
I've not used PRINT, but if you have the list of members up on the screen, type SAVE MYSTUFF in the command line and Enter.
A file with a dsn of YOURID.MYSTUFF.MEMBERS should be created and hyou can then browse/edit/print this as you choose.
enrico-sorichetti wrote:Since there are 79,000+ members that would take too long for me to "screen scrap" to add to a file.
horse manure ...
what happened when You tried the command SAVE
SAVE without any operand will save to the current ISPF list dataset
SAVE <something> will save the whole 3.4 result to a dataset named <userid>.<something>.DATASETS
if You want to keep working in IT in the MF environment it would be wise to be proficient in ISPF use
http://publibz.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/ ... s/ISPZPM70
not the latest one
but You can find the one related to Your zOS level starting from
http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/z/os/zos/ ... index.html