Assuming that installation is complete, start by typing
TSO UTCDSM5on any ISPF command line; there will at first be no datasets in your list. To get some in quickly, use the Add command on the command line, of which there are two options:
ADD <qualifier> ADD ALLOCIf you typed ADD userid01 DDF would select all datasets with that HLQ and you might see something like this:
------------------ Select from dataset prefix list --- ROW 1 TO 20 OF 85 Command ===> Scroll ===> HALF Cmd Dataset name Added? Show Type USERID01.QUAL021.XMDEC28 > > USERID01.QUAL02.CLIB > > USERID01.CLIB > > USERID01.DGIPROT.TABLE > >Under Cmd you can now type S to select datasets to be added to the display. Don't worry at this stage about putting anything under the Show or Type headings.
----------------- Select from allocated data sets -- ROW 1 TO 20 OF 104 Command ===> Scroll ===> HALF Cmd DDname Dataset name Added? Show Type SYSHELP SYS3.HELP > > SYS1.HELP > > SMPTABL SYS4.TLIB > > SYS00001 SYS1.BRODCAST > > ISPPROF USERID01.ISPF.PROFILE > > ISPTABL USERID01.ISPF.PROFILE > > ISPPLIB SYS3.PLIB > > SYS1.PLIB > >Again use S in the prefix area to select datasets to add to the DDF display
Last updated: 21 Jan 2002