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DISPLAY Command for User Exits

Last update March 21, 2016

The DISPLAY command can display information about the status of TPX user exits.

This command cannot be issued from a system console.

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Format

The DISPLAY command for user exits has the following syntax:

->>--- D ----- EXIT ----------------------------------><
           |-- EXIT=userexit --|

Status Indicators for User Exit Display Screens

The DISPLAY command displays the current status of each user exit. Possible status indicators are listed in the following commands:

ACTIVE
Indicates that the user exit is loaded.

INACTIVE
Indicates that the user exit is not loaded.

To change the status of an exit, tab to the exit on panel TEN0229 and press PF9: ACTIVE becomes INACTIVE, INACTIVE becomes ACTIVE.  

Example: User Exit Summary

To display information about all user exits, issue the following command:

D EXIT

The following example shows similar information.

 U31ITJDP - CAXX ************* TPX Operator    ********************** TEN0229 
                                                                                
                            User EXIT Status Summary                            
                                                                                
                               Exit Name/Status                                 
                                                                            
    TPXUSEND ... INACTIVE     TPXURECV ... INACTIVE     TPXULOGN ... INACTIVE   
    TPXUROUT ... INACTIVE     TPXUMAIL ... INACTIVE     TPXUQUEU ... INACTIVE   
    TPXUCMND ... INACTIVE     TPXUPSYM ... INACTIVE     TPXUGACB ... INACTIVE   
    TPXUSNSF ... INACTIVE     TPXUCSIM ... INACTIVE     TPXUQRSP ... INACTIVE   
    TPXUMENU ... INACTIVE     TPXUSIST ... INACTIVE     TPXUPBNR ... INACTIVE   
    TPXUPSEL ... INACTIVE     TPXUTOOO ... INACTIVE     TPXUERR1 ... INACTIVE   
    TPXUVSAM ... INACTIVE     TPXUVIEW ... INACTIVE     TPXUSWIN ... INACTIVE   
    TPXULOGW ... INACTIVE                                                       
                                            
                                          
                                                                                
 Command ==>                                                                    
 ***  PF1=Help  PF3=End  PF4=Return  PF6=Repeat  PF7=Up  PF8=Down PF9=Updt **** 

Example: Status for a specific User Exit

To display information about a specific user exit, issue the following command:

D EXIT=userexit

The following example shows the display from D EXIT=TPXUSNSF:

U31ITJDP - CAXX ************* TPX Operator      ********************** TEN0228 
                                                                               
                             User EXIT Status                                  
                                                                               
   User Exit    Exit Status                                                    
   TPXUSNSF     ACTIVE                                                 
                                                                        
Command ==>                                                                   
*******  PF1=Help  PF3=End  PF4=Return  PF6=Repeat  PF7=Up  PF8=Down  ********

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