You start the CEBR transaction by entering the transaction identifier CEBR,
followed by the name of the queue you want to browse. You can choose a name of up to 16 characters.
Alternatively, you can start the CEBR transaction from the CEDF transaction. You do this by pressing PF5 from the initial CEDF screen
which takes you to the working-storage screen, and then pressing PF2 from that screen to browse temporary storage (that is, invoke the CEBR transaction).
CEBR can also be started from CEMT I TSQ by entering ?b? at the queue to be browsed.The CEBR transaction responds by displaying the temporary storage queue whose name consists of the four letters CEBR followed by the four letters of your terminal identifier. (CICS uses this same default queue name if you invoke the CEBR transaction directly and do not supply a queue name.) The result of invoking the CEBR transaction without a queue name.
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