We share the ACF2 databases and each system uses a different sysid. How can I list all of the GSO records that are being used in one set of output or display?

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Question:

We share the ACF2 databases and each system uses a different sysid.  How can I list all of the GSO records that are being used in one set of output or display?

Answer:

By masking the SYSID when doing the SET command, you can see multiple SYSID records at once.

In TSO, get into ACF mode and issue the following commands:

tso acf

ACF
set control(gso) msysid(********)
list like(-)

This will display all GSO records that are on this database.  For batch, use ACFBATCH in a similar way as the ACF command:

//jobcard
//STEP1    EXEC PGM=ACFBATCH
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*                                     
//SYSIN    DD  *                          
 SET CONTROL(GSO) MSYSID(********)
 LIST LIKE(-)             
/*                                       
//