Hi Ron.I don't have a Batch option that comes to mind, but there is another way (if you don't have too many).While you are in the Processor Group Display and you perform the 'L' Command, you are effectively in a Browse Session, but you can't see the internal Dataset Name.
Use Command 'TSO ISRDDN' - This will list all current allocations in your TSO Session.Go down to the bottom of this list and you will see something like:
Command ===>, ,Scroll ===>,CSR Volume Disposition,Act,DDname Data Set Name ,Actions: B E V M F C I Q, P1CW01 NEW,DEL ,>, , SYS00156,SYS20155.T011415.RA000.OP10290.PRGRP.H02
In the 'Act' Column, you can use the 'E' Edit Action and PRESTO! you can now Store the full listing in a Dataset of your choice (using normal Editor Commands).Hope you are well and I hope that gives you another option.
Hello Ron I hope you are well.
I have a REXX that finds names like SYS00156,SYS20155.T011415.RA000.OP10290.PRGRP.H02 in your allocations and dumps it to SYSOUT.
It can also used to create it to an output library.
The suggestion for TSO ISRDDN is great but this is also an easy way of getting your output into a PDS(E) library.
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