Print Audit Trail panel

Panel and field definitions

Figure 1. The Print Audit Trail panel
  Process   Options   Utilities   Help
 Z Data Tools                  Print Audit Trail

 Audit Trail:
    Data set name . . . _____________________________________________
    Description . . . . _______________________________________

 Processing Options:
    Enter "/" to select option           Formatted display options
    _  Formatted print                   2  1. Hex Format
    _  Print only changed fields            2. Non-display Hex
    _  Keep data set after printing      /  Highlight changes
    _  Browse report                     /  Show key fields
    _  Batch execution

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Formatted print
Displays report entries in formatted character representation, rather than hexadecimal format.
Print only changed fields
Limits the amount of printed lines.
Keep data set after printing
Whether to keep or delete the data set after it is printed.
Browse report
The audit trail report is displayed immediately.
Note: The contents of the audit trail report are transferred to a SYSOUT class as specified by the PRINTOUT print option on the Set Print Processing Options panel. (For details about setting this option, see Setting your Print Processing Options.) To browse the audit trail report, set the PRINTOUT print option to SYSOUT=c.
Batch execution
To generate JCL for printing the audit trail report using a batch job. For command syntax, see AUD (Print audit trail report).
Hex Format
To produce an UPDOWN hexadecimal display below the standard field display.
Non-display Hex
To produce an UPDOWN hexadecimal display below the standard field display only for fields that contain non-displayable \ characters.
Highlight changes
Highlight the changed fields. An asterisk is placed to left of the before data to indicate the field has been changed.
Show key fields
To display key fields even when Print only changed fields is selected. A "K" is printed to the left of key field names. For a KSDS data set, a key field is any elementary field that intersects or is contained in the key area.

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