A634: Objectives

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

  1. Use the new CUA interface (action bars, pull-downs, point-and-shoot fields, etc.)
  2. Tailor the look and feel of ISPF to meet individual preferences to accomplish work under ISPF
  3. ‘View’ a sequential data set or a member of a PDS/PDSE
  4. Build and use reference lists
  5. Use advanced features of edit commands (labels, bounds, masks) and new or advanced edit commands (e.g.: exclude, flip, shift commands, case changing commands, text split, md, version, level, etc.)
  6. Use language-sensitive color editing
  7. Use command retrieval capabilities (e.g.: RETF, RETP) and the TSO command shell retrieval area
  8. Use ISPF VSAM support to create and delete VSAM objects and to list information about VSAM objects
  9. Manage additional split screens (up to 32) using extensions to the SPLIT and SWAP commands and the new SCRNAME and SWAPBAR commands
  10. Use the ISPF Workplace Shell to perform ISPF based tasks
  11. Use the z/OS UNIX Directory List utility (3.17) to work with z/OS UNIX files.

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