CA7 – ASSIGN PF KEYS TO PERFORM YOUR COMMANDS

To check the functions assigned to PFKEYS

/DISPLAY,ST=KEY

To change PFKEYS

/PF01,M=(/ECHO,M=(LJOB,LIST=NODD,JOB=))

/PF02,M=(/ECHO,M=(XQ,JOB=))

/PF03,M=(/ECHO,M=(LQ,LIST=STATUS,SYS=STM))

/PF10,M=(/ECHO,M=(XQ,LIST=USER,SYS=STM))

/PF11,M=(/ECHO,M=(LQ,ST=RSTR,SYS=STM))

To save changes

/PROF,KEYS=SAVE

Where STM is your SYSTEM Name (corresponding to your job)

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