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muthukumar

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2004 4:39 pm    Post subject: user defined panel usage
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Hi,

can one of you help me by answering below questions.

1) In which dataset ISPF panel are stored.

2) if we need to use a user defined panel in a rexx program using ispf display statement, how to make the program to refer to the user defined panel instead of default library.

to explain more...

i have created a panel say panel1 which i have in my personal library and i wrote a rexx program to call this panel. when i execute this exec it searches in the default library for Panel ( i would like to know this dataset name ????). How to make it refer to the panel which i created. where i need to concatenate my panel library and using which command.


thanks for your kind help

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Muthu
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muthukumar

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 8:28 pm    Post subject:
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Hi,

when Panel command is used in the program the program searches in the datasets concatenated under the ddname ISPPLIB ( I actually wanted to know this DD name- my first question). For those system defined the panels will be available in the files starting with sys* like

SYS1.ISPFNEW.ISPPLIB
SYS1.MVS.ISPPLIB

In order to pick the user defined panel, concatenate the library to ISPPLIB using the following

ADDRESS ispexec
"libdef ispplib DAtaset id('"userid()".exo.rexx') " /* panel lib */
"libdef ispLlib DAtaset id('"userid()".exo.LOAD') " /* load lib */
( you can add these lines in the exec before running it - this is what i expected for my 2nd question)


tso ISRDDN will show all allocated libraries and their connecting DDNAMES .

Now i think its clear
thanks
muthu
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2004 12:12 pm    Post subject:
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hello all,

muthukumar

do not forget to do a
"libdef ispplib" in your exec when you are done
apart from that you got it all figured out right !!!
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2004 12:16 pm    Post subject:
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muthukumar,

note you only need to define ISPPLIB if this is for panel processing...
Code:

ADDRESS ispexec
"libdef ispplib DAtaset id('"userid()".exo.rexx') "

'"userid()".exo.rexx' can be any dataset of your choice (pds or seq), basically code your own name and be careful with the quotes using rexx.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 28, 2004 7:16 pm    Post subject:
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sure..thanks
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