PRTTAACAT PRINT TAA CATEGORIES TAAARCC
The Print TAA Categories command allows the printing of one or all of
the TAA categories. This allows you to focus on a particular area of
support or to assist in answering the question 'Is there a tool that
A typical command to print the tools that belong to the 'spooling'
category would be:
You may also print a brief summary of each tool with the command:
PRTTAACAT CATEGORY(*SPL) PRTTYP(*DETAIL)
All tools in all categories may be printed with:
A summary of just the valid categories may be printed with:
PRTTAACAT CATEGORY(*ALL) PRTTYP(*CATLST)
Some tools appear in multiple categories.
You can also print tools by 'Popularity Level'. 'Level 1' tools are
the most popular which can be printed by specifying LVL(1) such as:
PRTTAACAT CATEGORY(*SPL) PRTTYP(*DETAIL) LVL(1)
If LVL(2) is requested, both Level 1 and Level 2 tools are printed.
If LVL(3) is requested, all levels are printed.
Command parameters *CMD
CATEGORY The category to be printed. A specific category
like *SPL, or *SRC may be specified or *ALL for all
For a full list of the categories, use the command
PRTTYP The type of printing. *BASIC is the default which
prints one line per tool.
*DETAIL may be specified to print one line per tool
plus a one paragraph description per tool.
*CATLST may be specified (when CATEGORY = *ALL) to
print one line per category with a category
description and a count of the tools that exist.
LVL The Popularity Level. All tools are graded as to
their Popularity Level with Level 1 as the most
popular. The default LVL is *ALL to print all
levels. *ALL must be specified if PRTTYP(*CATLST)
If LVL(1) is specified, only the tools in Level 1
If LVL(2) is specified, tools in both Level 1 and
Level 2 are printed.
If LVL(3) is specified, all levels are printed.
This is the same function as LVL(*ALL).
SPCAFT The number of spaces 'print after' if PRTTYP(*BASIC)
is specified. The default it 1. 2 or 3 may also be
The intent of requesting more than a single space
after is when you want to write on the listing and
need more white space.
HEADING The type of heading on each page. *STD is the
default which prints the standard heading including
date, time, system name, etc.
*BRIEF may be specified which prints the output in
an 8 1/2 x 11 format with a simple heading at the
top of each page.
Not a consideration as only the object form exists on your system.
None, the tool is ready to use.
Object only tool
PRTTAACAT is shipped in object form only. The source does not exist
on your system.
Added to TAA Productivity tools May 1, 1996