CONTROL-M for z/OS - How to modify the SYSOUT CLASS for the DDname DATRACE?

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    PRODUCT:

    Control-M for z/OS


    COMPONENT:

    Control-M for z/OS


    APPLIES TO:

    Control-M for z/OS all supported versions.



    QUESTION:

    How to modify the SYSOUT CLASS for the DDname DATRACE?


    ANSWER:

    The DATRACE DDname allocation details are part of the dynamic allocation member definition in ioa.IOAENV(IOADSN)

    For the DATRACE DDname the default definition in IOAENV(IOADSN) is:

     SYSOUT  DATRACE,             
             DD=DATRACE,          
             CLASS=%HOLDCLS%,     
             HOLD=YES            


    This definition in IOAENV(IOADSN) MUST NOT BE MODIFIED but it can be overridden using new specification in ioa.PARM(IOADSNL)

    Sample:
    ioa.PARM(IOADSNL)

     ===>                                                  Scroll ===> CSR  
    ***************************** Top of Data ******************************
    *                                                                       
    *     This member will contain all local changes to the IOADSN member.  
    *                                                                       
     SYSOUT  DATRACE,                                                       
             DD=DATRACE,                                                    
             CLASS=A,                                                       
             HOLD=YES                                                       
    **************************** Bottom of Data ****************************


    NOTES:
    - You will need to restart the CONTROL-M  monitor to take the change into account
    - Currently the dynamic allocation report in DAPRENV DDname does not report DATRACE SYSOUT allocation.
    See section: IOA000I LIST OF ALLOCATED DDNAMES in the sysout

     


    Article Number:

    000137896


    Article Type:

    FAQ/Procedural



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