A633: Objectives

On successful completion of this course, the student, with the aid of the appropriate reference materials, should be able to:

  1. LOGON to TSO, get into ISPF/PDF, exit ISPF/PDF, LOGOFF TSO
  2. Use full-screen terminals, including the appropriate Function keys, to accomplish work under ISPF/PDF, as described below
  3. Use Workstation terminals, emulating 3270-type terminals or running in GUI mode, if these terminals are available (and, for GUI, if the Client/Server support is installed)
  4. Use the CUA interface (action bars, pull-downs, point-and-shoot fields, etc.), and tailor the look and feel of ISPF to meet individual preferences
  5. Describe the characteristics of, and differences between, sequential data sets, partitioned data sets (PDSs), and PDSEs (Partitioned Data Set Extended)
  6. ‘View’ a sequential data set or a member of a PDS/PDSE
  7. Allocate, rename, and delete data sets or members, and print or display the attributes or contents of a data set
  8. Copy and move data sets and members
  9. Use productivity features such as command stacking and split screen processing, the CMDE command and command retrieval techniques
  10. Edit data sets or members: create new members or files, and modify existing members or files
  11. Submit batch jobs and view the output using ISPF 3.8, SDSF, FLASHER, IOF, or (E)JES
  12. Use ISPF VSAM support to create and delete VSAM objects and to list information about VSAM objects
  13. Use the ISPF Workplace Shell to perform ISPF-based tasks.

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