Step 10. Start the browse dialog

Enter 1 on the command line, for Browse data, and press Enter. The Browse Entry Panel (Dynamic PSB) is displayed.

Figure 1. Browse Entry Panel (Dynamic PSB)
 Process   Options   Help
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ZDT/IMS                        Browse Entry Panel

IMS:
   Subsystem name  . . IF52          PSB name  . . .           (If static PSB)
   Database name . . .               AGN name  . . .           (If BMP)
View:
   Data set name . . .                                               
   Member  . . . . . .         

Processing Options:
   PSB type            Region type         Fetch DB dsnames from (if DLI)
   1  1. Dynamic       1  1. DLI           1  1. User profile
      2. Static           2. BMP              2. DFSMDA members

   View usage                              Enter "/" to select option
   3  1. New                                  Secondary index (if dynamic PSB)
      2. Existing                             Skip DB data set panel (if DLI)
      3. None

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The subsystem name you selected in Step 5. is displayed in the IMS™ Subsystem name field.

Enter DJ1E in the Database name field.

Enter 1 in the PSB type field, 1 in the Region type field, 2 in the Fetch DB dsnames from (if DLI) field, a space in the Secondary index (if dynamic PSB) field, 3in the View usage field, and press Enter.

Either the Browse : Database Data Set Specification panel or the Browse : Database Data Set Display panel is displayed. (The Browse Database Data Set Display panel is displayed if the HFM1POPI macro statement for the subsystem specifies DYNALLOC=Y. Otherwise, the Browse Database Data Set Specification panel is displayed.)

Figure 1 shows the Browse : Database Data Set Specification panel. Figure 2 shows the Browse : Database Data Set Display panel.