Tape Specific Functions panel

The Tape Specific Functions panel is a menu panel that allows you to select the various tape-specific functions.

Panel and field definitions

Figure 1. Tape Specific Functions panel
 Process   Options   Help
────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
 Z Data Tools               Tape Specific Functions

 1  Browse        Browse tape data
 2  Copy          Copy tape data
 3  Update        Copy and update tape data
 4  Alter         Copy and alter tape data
 5  Print         Print tape data
 6  Contents      Summarize tape contents
 7  Create        Create tape data
 8  Summary       Print label summary
 9  Compare       Compare two tapes
 10 Scan          Scan tape data
 11 Tape marks    Write tape marks
 12 Initialize    Initialize a tape
 13 Erase         Erase tape data
 14 ESV list      List Exported Stacked Volume
 15 Control       Position a tape


 Command ===> _________________________________________________________________
 F1=Help      F2=Split     F3=Exit      F4=CRetriev  F7=Backward  F8=Forward
 F9=Swap     F10=Actions  F12=Cancel
1 Browse
Displays the Tape Browse panel, in which you can specify the tape records to be displayed for browsing.
2 Copy
Displays the Tape Data Copy Functions panel, which is another menu panel listing the various copy functions available for tape data.
3 Update
Displays the Tape Update panel, in which you can specify the tape records to be updated.
4 Alter
Displays the Tape Record Load panel, in which you can specify the tape records to be altered.
5 Print
Displays the Tape Print panel, in which you can specify the tape records to be printed.
6 Contents
Displays the Tape Map panel, in which you can specify the tape records to be included in a summary.
7 Create
Displays the Create Tape Data panel, in which you can specify details of the records to be created on a tape.
8 Summary
Displays the Tape Label Display panel, in which you can specify the tape labels and tape label summary to be printed.
9 Compare
Displays the Tape to Tape Compare panel, in which you can specify the tapes to be compared.
10 Scan
Displays the Tape Record Scan panel, in which you can specify the search conditions to be used when scanning the nominated tape.
11 Tape marks
Displays the Write Tape Mark panel, in which you can specify the number of Tape Marks to be written at the current position in the tape.
12 Initialize
Displays the Initialize Tape panel, in which you can start the process of initializing a labeled or unlabeled tape.
13 Erase
Displays the Erase Tape panel, in which you can specify the tape from which data is to be erased.
14 ESV list
Displays the Exported Stacked Volume List panel, in which you can specify an Exported Stacked Volume and a number of listing options for which a Table of Contents is to be printed.
15 Control
Displays the Tape Positioning Functions panel, which is another menu panel listing the various tape positioning functions available for tape data.

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