Advanced Member Selection panel

The Advanced Member Selection panel provides a means of specifying a range of PDS(E) members to be included in a print, find/change, or copy action.

Panel and field definitions

Figure 1. Advanced Member Selection panel
  Process   Options   Help
 ──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
 Z Data Tools              Advanced Member Selection


 Select members from:  USERID.FMDATA2

    Member name  . . . . . DATA1       or range from:         
    (or mask)                                     to:         

 Using ISPF Statistics criteria:

    Updated by . . . . . .             or range from:         
    (User id or mask)                             to:         

    Date created . . . . .             or range from:           
    (YYYY/MM/DD or mask)                          to:           

    Date modified  . . . .             or range from:           
    (YYYY/MM/DD or mask)                          to:           

 Command ===>                                                                  
  F1=Help      F2=Split     F3=Exit      F4=CRetriev  F7=Backward  F8=Forward
  F9=Swap     F10=Actions  F12=Cancel

If the input data set is a load library, Z Data Tools displays a different form of the Advanced Member Selection panel.

Figure 2. Advanced Member Selection panel for load libraries
  Process   Options   Help
 ──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
 Z Data Tools  Advanced Member Selection for load libs


 Select members from:  HFMUSER.LOAD


    Member name  . . . . . *           or range from:         
    (or mask)                                     to:         











 Command ===>                                                                  
  F1=Help      F2=Split     F3=Exit      F4=CRetriev  F7=Backward  F8=Forward
  F9=Swap     F10=Actions  F12=Cancel
Member name (or mask)
Member name or mask to restrict the list of members eligible for processing. Cannot be specified in conjunction with a member name range.

If you have entered this field on the front panel of the utility and have selected the Advanced member selection option, Z Data Tools populates this field with the same value.

or range from
The first member within a partitioned data set to be selected. Padded with blanks to 8 characters. If omitted, all members from the start of the data set to the to member are selected.
to
The last member within a partitioned data set to be selected. Padded with blanks to 8 characters. If the last specified character is an asterisk, padded to 8 characters with high values. No other wildcarding is allowed. If omitted, all members from the or range from member to the end of the data set are selected.
Updated by (User id or mask)
The TSO user ID by which the member was last updated. You can specify a generic user ID by using asterisks (*) and percent signs (%) in the usual fashion.
or range from
The start of a range of user IDs. Padded with blanks to 8 characters.
to
The end of a range of user IDs. Padded with blanks to 8 characters. If the last specified character is an asterisk, padded to 8 characters with high values. No other wildcarding is allowed.
Date created (YYYY/MM/DD or mask)
The date on which a member was created, in YYYY/MM/DD format.

You can use a mask to specify a combination of dates. Cannot be used in conjunction with a date range.

or range from
The start of a range of "created on" dates, in YYYY/MM/DD format. If omitted or you specify an asterisk as the last character, the unspecified portions of the date default as follows:
DD
= 01
MM
= 01
YYYY
= 0000
No other wildcarding is allowed.
to
The end of a range of "created on" dates, in YYYY/MM/DD format. If omitted or you specify an asterisk as the last character, the unspecified portions of the date default as follows:
DD
= 31
MM
= 12
YYYY
= 9999
No other wildcarding is allowed.
Date modified (YYYY/MM/DD or mask)
The date on which a member was last updated, in YYYY/MM/DD format.

You can use a mask to specify a combination of dates. Cannot be used in conjunction with a date range.

or range from
The start of a range of dates on which a member was last updated, in YYYY/MM/DD format. If omitted or you specify an asterisk as the last character, the unspecified portions of the date default as follows:
DD
= 01
MM
= 01
YYYY
= 0000
No other wildcarding is allowed.
to
The end of a range of dates on which a member was last updated, in YYYY/MM/DD format. If omitted or you specify an asterisk as the last character, the unspecified portions of the date default as follows:
DD
= 31
MM
= 12
YYYY
= 9999
No other wildcarding is allowed.

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