Using IBM's Ispf Dialog Manager: Under Msv, Vm, and VSE
Using easy-to-follow instructions, this unique book will enable all business programmers, analysts, and managers to comprehend and use the popular Interactive Systems Productivity Facility (ISPF) Dialog in their own shops. Illustrated.
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What Is a Dialog 7 Diagramming Dialogs 8 Role of the Dialog
Expanding the Example Dialog
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ACCOUNTING CONTROL DATA ALLOCATE application master BROWSE BUFFER-LENGTH BUFFER CALL ISPEXEC CALL ISPLINK CHAR CLIST COBOL program command procedure CONTDATA COST CENTER DATA ENTRY PANEL data set dataid DDNAME defined DEPARTMENT ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE dialog function Dialog Manager services Dialog Manager's Dialog Test dialog variables display panel END-OF-FILE example dialog EXEC2 EXIT EZ-VU Facility fields FORTRAN FOSDICK GOBACK initialized INPUT FILE interface ISPEXEC SETMSG ISPF Dialog Manager ISPF service ISPF/PDF ISPSTART LASTCC library access services LMCLOSE LMFREE LMGET LMINIT LMMLIST LMOPEN LMPUT menu panel MOVE RETURN-CODE operating system OUTPUT FILE panel definition partitioned data set PC-DOS PIC X(8 PL/I profile pool program function key programming languages retrieval RETURN-CODE TO ERROR-FLAG REXX screen sequential file service call SET ERROR specified SQL/DS system variable table services TBOPEN terminal user UPDATE user enters user presses VALUE SPACES VDELETE VGET VM/CMS VSE operating system WEST DEPARTMENT ACCOUNTS