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Easy way to search a member in multiple PDS
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Data set (IBM mainframe) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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PDSs Partitioned Data Sets
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Partitioned Data Sets
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Partitioned Datasets
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Using IDCAMS and IEBGENER, Create and Populate a VSAM, KSDS
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Partitioned Data Sets
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Allocate a Partitioned Data Set
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Allocate a Partitioned Data Set
MOTCLE ABBREVIATION DESCRIPTION
directory (1) The DB2 for z/OS system database that contains internal objects such as database descriptors and skeleton cursor tables (2) A type of file that contains the names and controlling information for objects or other directories (3) In a hierarchical file system, a grouping of related files and directories. A directory can contain zero or more entries, which refer to other directories and files (4) In OSI, a repository of information about objects. As defined in the X.500 directory standards, a directory is both a repository of information and the set of services provided to enable its users to access the information in the repository (5) A table of identifiers and references to the corresponding items of data (6) A collection of open systems that cooperate to hold a logical database of information about a set of objects in the real world (7) The part of a partitioned data set that describes the members in the data set (8) In UNIX, a file that maps the names of other directories and fil
IEBCOPY z/OS Library Copy utility for copying members of a partitioned dataset (PDS), unloading a PDS into a sequential dataset and back again. Unloading is especially useful for copying a PDS to tape.
IEBPTPCH z/OS Print-Punch utility for producing a hard copy of datasets and library members. Replaced by ISPF/PDF?s hard copy capabilities.
IEBUPDTE z/OS Update Dataset utility. Can only be used for PDS members and sequential datasets with fixed length records no greater than 80 bytes in length. The ISPF/PDF Editor is on-line and much more flexible, so IEBUPDATE is rarely seen in anything written in the last 20 years.
IEHLIST z/OS List System Data utility for listing a VTOC or the directory of a PDS. ISPF/PDF is more widely used for this purpose nowadays.
library (1) A system object that serves as a directory to other objects. A library groups related objects, and allows users to find objects by name (2) A repository for demountable recorded media, such as magnetic disks and magnetic tapes (3) A collection of model elements, including business items, processes, tasks, resources, and organizations (4) A partitioned data set or a series of concatenated partitioned data sets. See also partitioned data set extended (5) A Notes database that contains lists of links to other databases. Unlike a catalog, which lists all the Notes databases on a server, a library contains links to selected databases from one or several servers (6) A set of object modules that can be specified in a link command
library (1) A system object that serves as a directory to other objects. A library groups related objects, and allows users to find objects by name (2) A repository for demountable recorded media, such as magnetic disks and magnetic tapes (3) A collection of model elements, including business items, processes, tasks, resources, and organizations (4) A partitioned data set or a series of concatenated partitioned data sets. See also partitioned data set extended (5) A Notes database that contains lists of links to other databases. Unlike a catalog, which lists all the Notes databases on a server, a library contains links to selected databases from one or several servers (6) A set of object modules that can be specified in a link command
library A partitioned data set (PDS) that contains a related collection of named members. See partitioned data set
member (1) In i5/OS, one of several different sets of data, each with the same format, within one database file (2) A data object in a structure, a union, or a library (3) A C++ data object or function in a structure, union or class. Members can also be classes, enumerations, bit fields and type names (4) A partition of a partitioned data set (PDS) or partitioned data set extended (PDSE) (5) A person, group, or organization known to the system. A member can be a user, an organization, an organization unit, or a member group (6) A specific function of a multisystem application that is defined to the cross-system coupling facility (XCF) and assigned to a group by the multisystem application. A member residing on one system in a sysplex can use XCF services to communicate with other members of the sysplex (7) In multidimensional clustering, the element of a dimension. See also dimension
member A partition of a partitioned data set (PDS) or partitioned data set extended (PDSE)
Member A RACF user belonging to a group.
partitioned data set PDS A data set on direct access storage that is divided into partitions, called members, each of which can contain a program, part of a program, or data. See also sequential data set, component PDSE
partitioned data set PDS A data set in direct access storage that is divided into partitions, called members, each of which can contain a program, part of a program, or data. Synonymous with program library. Contrast with sequential data set
partitioned data set PDS fichier constitu? de membres et d'un r?pertoire (directory) permettant l'acc?s direct aux membres
partitioned data set PDS A data set in disk storage that is divided into partitions, which are called members. Each partition can contain a program, part of a program, or data. A program library is an example of a partitioned data set
Partitioned Data Set PDS libraries
Partitioned Data Set PDS A data set organization for holding records in groups called members. Typically used to store source members. May sometimes be referred to as a library. For additional information about managing PDS's refer to the following URL http://www.simotime.com/utldat02.htm>
partitioned data set extended PDSE A system-managed data set that contains an indexed directory and members that are similar to the directory and members of partitioned data sets (PDSs). See also library
partitioned data set extended PDSE A system-managed data set that contains an indexed directory and members that are similar to the directory and members of partitioned data sets. A PDSE can be used instead of a partitioned data set
Partitioned Data Set Extended PDSE libraries
Partitioned dataset See PDS.
PDS Partitioned DataSet. A z/OS dataset that is really datasets within a dataset. Each PDS is made up of zero or more members. Each member has all the characteristics of a standard sequential dataset, though all members share the same attributes those that were defined for the PDS when it was allocated. Each member has a one to eight character name that follows the same rules as a level of a standard z/OS dataset name (DSN). Each PDS has a directory of its members, which can also (optionally) contain other information, known as Statistics, which are maintained by software such as the ISPF/PDF editor. Last modification date is an example of a Statistic maintained for each member. Members can be added, deleted or replaced at will, but space is not automatically recovered. The result of repeated changes to a single member can result in a very large PDS or even failure if the PDS cannot expand any more. Individual members can be treated as sequential datasets, but the BPAM access method
PDS See partitioned data set
PDS directory A set of records in a partitioned data set (PDS) that is used to relate member names to their locations within the data set
PDSE See partitioned data set extended
PDSE Partitioned DataSet Extended. Despite being introduced October 3, 1989, in an attempt to address the limitations of the PDS, the vast majority of the world?s PDS are still PDS, not PDSE. PDSE recovers space whenever a member is deleted or replaced/updated, but it cannot contain load modules and must be located on an DFSMS-managed volume. 11 years later, Tivoli Data Exchange seems curiously out of touch by supporting PDSE and not PDS.
program library A type of partitioned data set extended (PDSE) that contains program objects only. A program library is a PDSE from which programs are loaded into memory for execution by the operating system
program library A partitioned data set or PDSE that always contains named members