How can I get a report of Archive or Backup records from the FILES data set?
The LISTD simply displays the raw tech info about the data sets CA Disk has processed.
The detail of whether the DSNINDEX record is of a backup or archive is encoded in
the Flag bytes and bits.
See the User Guide, topic: LISTD Flags, about pg 409.
In the first flag byte, a value of x'80' or higher means that record is of an Archive.
Another method is to run a LISTD with these parms...
DSNAM -- Fully qualified data set name
FLGSC -- FLAG1 BIT 0—Scratched
All the FIELDS that can be specified are listed in the UG,
topic: Possible Values for LISTD FIELDS= Parameter, about pg 405.
Now, there is something easier...
CA Vantage or GMI provides a simpler way to list the object records with simple Y or N values
for each data set making it much easier to see and Filter to get the info you want.
In the Object tree go to: Backup and Archive Mgmt. / CA Disk / Dsnindex Records [object DMSINDEX].
Look for the column, "Scr" [Scratched].
'N' means that record is for a Backup of the data set
'Y' means that record is for an Archive of the data set.
If you need to customize CA Vantage or GMI for CA Disk, go here...
Then see the guide for Configuring CA Disk.