Add new member with PANTSO command

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CA Panvalet

Issue/Introduction

Is there an example of the PANTSO command to add a new member?

Environment

Release:ALL

Resolution

The following is an example of the PAN ADD Subcommand.

Sample:


ALLOC F(PANDD1) DATASET('User.panvlt.panlib') SHR
PAN ADD member DATASET('User.panvlt.pds(member)') -
 FORMAT(lang) PAN
FREE F(PANDD1)

 

member       :The member name of the CA Panvalet member name you want to add.
FORMAT      :Required. Specifies the library formats. The Panvalet name that you add with certain TSO formats is stored according to one of the following Panvalet formats:
DATASET     :Specifies the input data set name. The minimum abbreviation is D.
DDNAME      :Specifies an alternate ddname for the Panvalet library. The minimum abbreviation is DD.
USER            :Specifies a user code for the library member. The minimum abbreviation is U.
NOFORMAT :Requests that neither special TSO handling nor Panvalet handling is performed, but that each entire statement is stored. The minimum abbreviation is N.
PANVALET* :Requests that special TSO handling is not performed, but that each statement is stored according to the Panvalet internal format. The minimum abbreviation is P.
TSO*            :Requests that each statement is stored with TSO internal format. The minimum abbreviation is T.
DELETE**    :Requests that the input data set is deleted after a successful add. The minimum abbreviation is DE.
KEEP**         :Requests that the input data set is kept after a successful add. The minimum abbreviation is K.
CONTROL    :Specifies a library control value needed to successfully perform the add if the subcommand is suppressed. The minimum abbreviation is CON.

* The installation default for internal formatting can be Panvalet or TSO. You can use the opposite parameter to override the default at execution time.
** The installation default for disposition of the input data set can be KEEP or DELETE. You can use the opposite parameter to override the default at execution time.


For more information, see the ADD Subcommand of Options for CMS, ISPF, and TSO document.