Template repository export utility

The template repository export utility exports repository entries in XML form to an output data set.

This allows for mass changes to the XML data, which can then be imported using the Import Utility. The filter can be used to restrict the number of entries to be exported.

Figure 1. Template Repository Export Utility panel
  Process   Options   Help
 Z Data Tools           Template Repository Export Utility
 Command ===>                                                                  

    Data set name . 'HFM.TEMPLATE.REPOSTRY'                       
    Filter  . . . . ___________________________________________________  +

 Export Data set:
    Data set name . EXPORT.REPOSTRY                               
    Member  . . . . ABC                   _  Edit

 Processing Options:
    Enter "/" to select option            Enter "/" to select option
    _  Batch execution                    /  Replace member
Repository Data set name
(Required) A fully qualified or generic data set name that will be used to identify the template repository data set. If a blank name is entered Z Data Tools will determine the repository name from either the allocated ddname TPREPOS or the HFM4POPT options module if it has been customized to contain the template repository data set name.
This field is used to filter the resource entries that will be exported to the output data set. If you leave it blank all resource and default repository entries will be exported.
Export Data set name
(Required) A fully qualified or generic data set name that will be used to identify where the exported XML data will be stored. If the data set does not exist you will be prompted for allocation details.
If the export data set is partitioned, enter the name of a member in which to store the output. To select the required member from a member name list, leave this field blank or specify a member name pattern.
Enter / to edit the export data set or member.
Batch execution
Enter / to edit the batch JCL to run the function in batch.
Replace member
Enter / to replace a like-named member in the output partitioned data set.