Using Automatic Analysis
The short form of the wait reasons (IMS, MVS, DBW, and so on) can be found in “Exceptions” on page 77. The resource panel names can be found in “Resource displays (Rccc keywords)” on page 67.
Delete an A-matrix (DELETEM command)
The DELETEM command (or DMAT) is used to delete an automatic analysis member from the RKANPAR dataset. The only required argument is a 1–7 character A-matrix name. The syntax of the DELETEM command is:
List an A-matrix (LISTM command)
The LISTM command (or LMAT) lists an automatic analysis member from the RKANPAR dataset. The only argument, which is optional, is a 1–7 character A-matrix name. If you omit the argument, EPILOG issues the message: MSG EB030 AMATRIX NAME IS MISSING. To list the default A-matrix, you can enter LMAT DEFAULT. The syntax of the LISTM command is:
Replace an A-matrix (REPLACEM command)
The REPLACEM command (or RMAT) changes and replaces an automatic analysis member. The first argument, which is required, is a 1–7 character A-matrix name. You can also enter any number of wait reasons, each followed by its resource panel name. The syntax of the REPLACEM command is:
RMAT A-matrix-name wait-reason(resource-panels ...) ...
The following command adds the RCPU resource panel to the IMS (Using CPU in IMS) wait reason in A-matrix DAY and replaces it in the RKANPAR dataset:
RMAT DAY IMS(RCPU)
Any other existing entries in DAY are left unchanged. The IDs which represent all the possible wait reasons can be found in “Exceptions” on page 77. The resource panel names can be found in “Resource displays (Rccc keywords)” on page 67.