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CAVIEW - Basic CA-View Commands Last Updated CA-View is a...

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Basic CA-View Commands Last Updated 1/8/99 CA-View is a software package that will allow users to view, print or retrieve sysout and/or reports. This documentation is based on AHIPC1K CA-View parameters. References to the CA-View Online User’s Guide Release 2.0 is used throughout this document. Basic CA View terminology: Archiving in CA View means storing reports/sysout. Reports can be stored to disk or tape. Generations in CA View specify the time period between standard backup cycles. Current generation is always 0. A –1 is always the next most recent generation. If the standard backup cycle were daily at midnight, then –1 would be the generation of all reports that were run yesterday. DIST ID (Distribution Identifier) - DIST Ids are linked to any number of private reports. Users are then linked to the DIST ID to access these repots. Each user ID needs to be set up with access to the appropriate DIST ID. Previous Copy No. is the same concept that a version is in ERD (Extended Report Distribution) Using Logical Views allows you to manipulate, or define column headings without changing the data. Basic CA View tips: When accessing CA View in browse mode, most ISPF commands are available. To submit output for on-line printing use the P (PRT) Command. To submit output for batch printing use the J (JPRT) Command. There are two ways to create logical view definitions in CA-View (View Definition panel or the VIEW COLS mode).
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CA-View Main Menu: To get to the CA-View main menu from ISPF TSO menu, type E;CA;R;1 then press ENTER.
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