What is the TSO Option to reset a previous command.

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What is the TSO Option to reset a previous command.

Post by Ankita Prakash » Sat Sep 19, 2015 3:15 pm

Hi,

When I start a new session and do a swap list, it is showing me a message

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' COMMAND START NOT FOUND ***. 
This is happening only when I type any command and swap. I want to reset a previously typed command from TSO. What option should I enable or disable to reset it? :unknown:




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Re: What is the TSO Option to reset a previous command.

Post by nicc » Sat Sep 19, 2015 3:20 pm

Unless introduced recently the term "reset" is not valid in TSO/ISPF so you will need to explain better.


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Re: What is the TSO Option to reset a previous command.

Post by Ankita Prakash » Sun Oct 29, 2017 9:44 am

I was talking about the START command used to start a new session:

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 	 Menu 	 Utilities 	 Compilers 	 Options 	 Status 	 Help 	        
------------------------------------------------------------
                           	ISPF Primary Option Menu 	        
Option ===> 	START                                        
                                                            
0  	Settings      	Terminal and user parameters 	          	
1  	View          	Display source data or listings 	       	 
2  	Edit          	Create or change source data 	          	 
3  	Utilities     	Perform utility functions 	             	 
4  	Foreground    	Interactive language processing 	       	 
5  	Batch         	Submit job for language processing 	 
6  	Command       	Enter TSO or Workstation commands 	 
7  	Dialog Test   	Perform dialog testing 	                
8  	LM Facility   	Library administrator functions 	        
9  	IBM Products  	IBM program development products 	
10 	SCLM          	SW Configuration Library Manager 	
C  	CHANGES       	Display summary of changes for this release
S  	SDSF          	System Display and Search Facility         
U  	USER MENU     	Display Ingram Micro User Menu             
W  	WORKPLACE     	ISPF Object/Action Workplace               
X  	EXIT          	Terminate ISPF using log and list defaults 




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Re: What is the TSO Option to reset a previous command.

Post by nicc » Mon Oct 30, 2017 5:32 pm

'X'?


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Re: What is the TSO Option to reset a previous command.

Post by Anuj Dhawan » Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:33 pm

I can't really follow this topic, what is being asked, pardon me?


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Re: What is the TSO Option to reset a previous command.

Post by nicc » Tue Oct 31, 2017 4:47 pm

I think it is: If i start an application from ISPF using the START command, how do I get back to ISPF?

Not that you actually leave ISPF and, as long as the F keys have not been messed with you can also split screen and swap screen etc.


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