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OPCLLAT

OCL

Open/close latch

OBFLATCH

OBF

OBF latch

OTABEND

ABN

Other ABENDs

OTHRLTCH

OTL

OTHR latch

PIWAIT

PIW

Program isolation wait

PSABEND

PSA

Pseudo abend

RESRLAT

FRL

Fast Path resource latch

SMGTLTCH

SML

SMGT latch

SNDLATCH

SND

SND latch

TERMWAIT

IWT

IWAIT in termination

VBFLATCH

VBF

VBF latch

VSMBUFF

VSB

Wait for VSAM buffers

XCNQLTCH

XCL

XCNQ latch

Exceptions

Description

Table 12. Wait

ReasonsStandard Format

Keyword

Short

Exception filtering

You use the REPORTIF or SELECTIF exception keywords to specify how to filter the EDS data by exception.

The REPORTIF (or RIF) exception keyword filters the data just before the interval is actually printed. For instance, you can use the REPORTIF and COMBINE keyword together to filter multi-interval displays. In this case, COMBINE processing is done firstthe multiple collection records are averaged, and the intervals are combined. Then RIF processing is done. For more information on the COMBINE command, see Miscellaneous Keywordson page 84.

SELECTIF (or SIF) exception filtering is done at the RMF interval level, rather than at the multi-interval level.

REPORTIF and SELECTIF can be viewed in this way: REPORTIF reports data after it has been combined into multi-intervals. EPILOG combines all data, and then the REPORTIF keyword filters the data. SELECTIF determines whether the data will be selected for inclusion in a multi-interval.

SIF and RIF give exactly the same results unless you are combining RMF intervals. As long as you request single-interval displays, it does not matter which keyword you use.

The following flowchart shows the differences between SIF and RIF.

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