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|ASMAL||ISPF edit macro||3 edit macros: ASMA, ASML and ASMAL for doing assembly, linkedit or both of the edited data. Options and directives are in the assembly source as comments. Documentation is in the macros.||2017-11-22|
|CBTFIND||REXX pgm||ISPF dialog to search the CBT file 1 for multiple criteria and then list the files containing all the search criteria.||2018-10-23|
|CDEUCTZ2||ASM macro||Bump program use count to keep program in JPAQ. This will improve performance of an often loaded program significantly.
For reentrant and optionally serially reusable programs.
|CSIREXX||REXX pgm||Search ICF catalog(s), return entry name, type, volser(s) and catalog name as a list, in the stack, in a global variable pool, in an ISPF table or as a returned value.
Latest update: output to ISPF table
|DLNKLST||ASM macro||Double-linked list - add, delete, navigate
Latest update: Locate and search list
|HEXDUMP||ASM macro||Write a block of data in DUMP format (hex and text)||2019-02-17|
|INLN2PDS||REXX pgm||Have dialog elements panels, skeletons etc inside your REXX pgm.
The subroutine writes inline data blocks to a temp pds as separate members.
|ISPCMDL||REXX pgm||List all open ISPF command tables||2018-10-23|
|ISPCMDU||REXX pgm||A REXX pgm to update the in-storage copy of your ISPF command table. This is done for your ISPF session only, and it is effective immediately.|
|ISPCTE||REXX pgm||Edit permanent ISPF command tables. Can be called with parameter USER or SITE, if user- or site command tables are implemented, or with a name and library, meaning that it can be used from ISPF 3.4||2018-10-23
|ISPCTL||REXX pgm||List all open ISPF command tables in a dialog. The dialog calls ISPCTE if edit of table is selected.||2018-10-23
|ISPDPX01||ISPF panel exit||This ISPF panel exit is used to insert records into an ISPF panel. It can replace the entire panel, or one or more sections with data in REXX stem variable(s).||2018-09-01||text|
|ISPQTAB||REXX dialog||Show all open tables, list details and contents||2018-12-13|
|MLCOMP||ISPF||Compare memberlist for 2 libraries. Can be used as normal command MLCOMP lib1 lib2, and from ISPF 3.4 entering just lib2, or even without parameters for a prompt.||2018-10-06|
|ONLY||ISPF edit macro||Show only records with specified content|
|PIPE2DS||TSO PIPE||PIPE subroutine, allow write to new dataset.||text|
|REXXGBLV||REXX function (ASM)||Provides a variable store external to the currently running REXX program. Variables can be saved, and later retrieved by the same or another REXX process.
Latest: Fix abend S40A in RLIST when no REXX variables exist, storage constraint relief, filter on data contents, new command RSTAT.
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|RUN||ISPF edit macro||Execute edited data directly, no need to save first.The program will analyze the data, and determine the data type REXX, panel, skeleton...||text|
|RXOPCOMM||REXX function (ASM)||Allow MODIFY/STOP operator command for REXX programs.||2018-09-01||text|
|RXPATTRN||REXX function (ASM)||Test string against a pattern.||2019-06-12
|RXRDPRML||REXX function (ASM)||Copy a parmlib member to a stem.||2018-09-01||text|
|RXVSAMBA||REXX function (ASM)||VSAM bulk access,the program can add, retrieve, update and delete multiple records from VSAM KSDS- and RRDS databases.
Latest: support for fixed-length RRDS added.
|RXWAIT||REXX function (ASM)||Wait a number of seconds, or fractions of a second. Enter value as a number or as HHMMSSth.||2019-07-09||text|
|SLNKLST||ASM macro||Single-linked list - add, delete, navigate||2011-01-11|
|TSOPUTLN||ASM macro||TSO putline not needing setup||2019-01-05|
|UNIQUE||ISPF edit macro||Delete duplicate records - does not sort the file|
|XISPTBL||REXX subroutine||Callable subroutine for standard ISPF table handling. The subroutine has built-in support for table-row delete, edit, insert and repeat. The display can be filtered by include or exclude, and sorted.
You can name an external program to be called for primary- and line commands.
|WSAMMACS||ASM macro||The WSAM macro set allows an assembler programmer to do away with most labels, and make more readable code. You can use multi-level IF and DO constructs with boolean logic.
WSAM is (very) similar, but not identical, to IBM's Structured Programming Macros. .