The comment command places comments in the members of the RKANPAR library. You must place the asterisk (*) in the first column. Indicate a continuation of the comment by placing any non-blank character in column
An example of a comment line in an EXEC member follows.
THIS COMMENT CAN SAY ANYTHING YOU WANT
DISPLAY or LIST command
The DISPLAY or LIST command displays all tasks which are currently active. An internal ID appears with the program name of the task. You can use the ID with the STOP command to change the status of the task. See “P or STOP command” on page 42. The format of the DISPLAY or LIST command is:
DISPLAY LIST The output from the DISPLAY or LIST command is:
OIR043: EPILOG - THE FOLLOWING TASK IDS ARE ACTIVE:
PROGRAM=RI310310 PROGRAM=DC310310 PROGRAM=DX310310 PROGRAM=EI310310
The EXEC command processes a predefined set of commands that you have stored as a member in the RKANPAR library. Enter this command via MODIFY or as a command in an EXEC member. The nesting limit of EXEC commands processing at any one command invocation is 10. This prevents EXEC loops where A executes B, B executes A, and so on.
The format of the EXEC command is: EXEC <member_name>
You can think of an EXEC set of members as a JCL procedure or as a TSO CLIST. The EXEC member can contain commands such as START and STOP, or even another EXEC command. When one EXEC command processes inside another EXEC member, it is as if all the commands in the second EXEC member replace the calling command in the first EXEC member.
For example, if you enter the following command at the console: F M0IMSA,EXEC MEMBERA
and MEMBERA contains the following commands: START EPILOG EXEC MEMBERB START OMEGAMON,UNIT=53E,...