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shrinivas_3
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 10:18 am    Post subject: To print / write 'Quick reference' Help to Own PDS
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Hi

We are having one command QW (quick reference) to find out the details of any syntax or to know the defination .

Eg if i type QW sort in my command line , then it gives me details of sort operation and its description along with Syntax.

My requirement is to print / write this information to my own PDS.

Is there any method?

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 10:23 am    Post subject:
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Hi Srinivas,

Issue CUT ALL . This command will copy all the info.

( If you issue just COPY, then current screen date only will be copied.)

To paste, you have to open the member of PDS or a PS in EDIT mode.

Then issue, !PASTE

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 11:40 am    Post subject:
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shreevamsi wrote:
Hi Srinivas,

Issue CUT ALL . This command will copy all the info.

( If you issue just COPY, then current screen date only will be copied.)

To paste, you have to open the member of PDS or a PS in EDIT mode.

Then issue, !PASTE

~Vamsi



Hi shreevamsi

Thanks for quick reply
I tried CUT ALL command.
It worked fine with message as
QWIKM022 - The CUT request was successfully completed

But when I tried to paste it to PDS or PS data set it gives
'Use CUT before PASTE'

I had opend my PDS / PS in edit mode

I tried with

PASTE / PASTE ALL

I also tried with both PS and PDS data set .
PS Lrecl with 450 bytes.

Please suggest .

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 11:46 am    Post subject:
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hi Srinivas,

Please issue the Command

'!PASTE'

This command withh paste the contest at the ending of the Member/PS if it is not empty.

Note: It is not 'Paste' or 'Paste All'.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 12:05 pm    Post subject:
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shreevamsi wrote:
hi Srinivas,

Please issue the Command

'!PASTE'

This command withh paste the contest at the ending of the Member/PS if it is not empty.

Note: It is not 'Paste' or 'Paste All'.

~Vamsi


Hi shreevamsi


Thanks again

When i tried this on an empty PS with LRECL = 80


it gave me :

Command ===> !PASTE Scroll ===> CSR
The PASTE program macro could not be loaded.



I guess i need to edit my Macro setting.

Do you have any Idea to do this ?

THANKS.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 12:29 pm    Post subject:
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Hi Shreevamsi, I also tried with the same options which you have provided. I also getting the same messages which Shrinivas got.
Any further help on this please..

Thanks!
Rathna.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 12:40 pm    Post subject:
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hi all,

In my shop, The command is working fine for me.

I guess you need an edit program(like !paste) in your shop to paste in the member.

Can some one can help in this??

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 7:28 pm    Post subject:
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Hi !
The paste function name depends on how MVS/QuickRef was installed at
your site. If MVS/QuickRef was installed without using the ISPF libdef
facility, the paste function name should be !PASTE. If MVS/QuickRef
was installed using the libdef facility, then the paste function name
should be QWPASTE. if you are not sure which name to use, first try
!PASTE and, if that does not work, then try QWPASTE.

If you will be doing a lot of pasting and are using a paste function name which is prefixed by an exclamation point (like !PASTE), you can use the PDF EDIT command:

DEFINE XXXXX MACRO PGM

Where XXXXX is the paste function name without the exclamation point prefix to define XXXXX as a program form edit macro for the remainder of the edit session. When this is done, you can invoke the paste function without the exclamation point refix.

For example, if you are using !PASTE as your paste function
name and you use the PDF EDIT command:

DEFINE PASTE MACRO PGM

then, for the rest of that edit session, you can use PASTE
(rather than !PASTE) as your paste function name.

Regards, UmeySan
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2006 12:20 pm    Post subject:
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UmeySan wrote:
Hi !
The paste function name depends on how MVS/QuickRef was installed at
your site. If MVS/QuickRef was installed without using the ISPF libdef
facility, the paste function name should be !PASTE. If MVS/QuickRef
was installed using the libdef facility, then the paste function name
should be QWPASTE. if you are not sure which name to use, first try
!PASTE and, if that does not work, then try QWPASTE.

If you will be doing a lot of pasting and are using a paste function name which is prefixed by an exclamation point (like !PASTE), you can use the PDF EDIT command:

DEFINE XXXXX MACRO PGM

Where XXXXX is the paste function name without the exclamation point prefix to define XXXXX as a program form edit macro for the remainder of the edit session. When this is done, you can invoke the paste function without the exclamation point refix.

For example, if you are using !PASTE as your paste function
name and you use the PDF EDIT command:

DEFINE PASTE MACRO PGM

then, for the rest of that edit session, you can use PASTE
(rather than !PASTE) as your paste function name.

Regards, UmeySan



Hi UmeySan

Thanks for the information.
But for some reason it is not working in my shop.
Might be some other technical issue.

Thanks
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