CA TPX Session Management for z/OS

Ever hit PF11 in TPX Main Menu?

  • 1.  Ever hit PF11 in TPX Main Menu?

    Posted 07-05-2016 09:05 AM

    The TPX Main Menu shows the list of sessions available for you. Here you select the desired session(s) to work with.

    When you hit PF11 (scroll to the right) in that Menu you will see some additional useful information:

     

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                         TPX MENU FOR   USER01           Panelid  - TEN0010

                                                         Terminal - A01D0288

    Cmdkey=PF22       Jump=PF23      Menu=PF24          Model    - 3278-4A

    Print=NONE        Cmdchar=#                         System   - A01ITPXX

                                                                            

       Sessid    Vterm        Applid      Connect Time                      

                                                                             

       STAR1                   XYZASTAR                                      

       IDMS       ID1TD030     A2IDMS       0:10:43

       TPXADMIN                TPXADMIN                                      

       TPXMAIL                 TPXMAIL                                       

       TSO12                   T12TSOVW               

          TSO32                   T32TSOVW                                      

       STNO4     ID1TG002      STNO4        0:07:28

                              

    Command ===>                                                            

    PF1=Help   PF7/19=Up   PF8/20=Down  PF10/22=Left  PF11/23=Right  H=Cmd Help

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    When you hit PF11 (scroll to the right) in that Menu you will see some
    additional useful information:

    • Column VTERM sows the name of the virtual terminal used for this session
    • Column Applid shows the VTAM Applid
    • Column Connect Time shows the time the user was active in that session. This is not the CPU-time or time the
      session is established.