TAA Tools
TAA PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS - RELEASE NOTES


The TAA Productivity Tools are updated periodically for new tools,
enhancements, and fixes. New versions are shipped a few times per
year.

This document combines the refresh notes that were previously in
separate documents for new tools, enhanced tools, fixes, and
incompatibilities. The document is organized by refresh with the most
recent refresh listed first.

All refreshes since V5R2 are included.


2018-10-15 (R69)

Refresh 69 (October 15, 2018) is for IBM i 7.2 and 7.3.

No further refreshes will be made for IBM i 7.1. However, fixes to 7.1
tools will continue to be supplied on an "as needed" basis until April
30, 2021.

New Tools

-   ADDDSTLE2

    Add Distribution List Entry 2 is a new tool to assist with adding
    users to the same distribution lists to which another user
    belongs. If the user is already on one of the identified lists, no
    action is taken.

-   FNDMSGID

    Find Message ID is a new tool which will find the message file(s)
    that hold a message ID. This is very useful when handling jobs
    which list a message id with and unknown message file. The product
    issuing the message can often be identified this way.

-   SCNALLDSTL

    Scan All Distribution Lists is a new tool to scan all distribution
    lists for a particular User ID. An output file is created listing
    all the dist lists in which the User ID was found.

Enhancements

-   CVTIFSAUT

    Performance of CVTIFSAUT has been improved by streamlining the
    connection between it and the CVTIFSEAUT tool.

Fixes

-   CVTJOB

    The CVTJOB command would occasionally get decimal data errors when
    dealing with a very large number of jobs. The module using the
    QUSLJOB API has been rewritten to avoid this problem.

-   CVTLIBOBJA

    The Convert Library Object Authorities command would fail when
    LIB(*ALL) was requested. The tool has been fixed to handle
    the *ALL parameter.

-   CVTMSGQ

    The Convert Message Queue tool could fail in rare circumstances
    with an index out of range. This has been fixed.

-   DSPAUDLOG2

    The Display Audit Log 2 display was not updating the minutes field
    of the TIME column properly. This has been fixed.

-   DSPJOBSCDC

    The Display Job Schedule Calendar tool was showing jobs scheduled
    starting tomorrow. The tool was changed changed to display jobs
    that are scheduled to run from the system job scheduler for the
    next 7 days, starting today.

-   DSPJOBSCDE

    The Display Job Schedule Entry tool was always displaying jobs in
    scheduled order, even when SEQ(*JOB) was requested. SEQ(*JOB) now
    displays in job name order.

-   DSPSBMJOB

    The Display Submitted Jobs tool was not displaying the jobs that
    were submitted by the current user on behalf of another user. For
    example, if SBMJOB CMD(...) USER(OTHER) was used then that job was
    not appearing on the DSPSBMJOB display. In addition, jobs
    belonging to the current user, but not submitted by the current
    user were being displayed. Both of these problems have been fixed.
    DSPSBMJOB now functions as documented and behaves similarly to
    WRKSBMJOB.

-   DSPSBSJOBQ / WRKSBSJOBQ

    The DSPSBSJOBQ / WRKSBSJOBQ display output was not refreshing
    correctly. The job number in the header was not updating, and once
    a job queue had all completed jobs, the queue did not list
    *Nojobs*. Both these problems have been corrected.

-   EDTDTAARA

    The Edit Data Area tool will acquire an exclusive lock on the data
    area being edited. The tool presents a warning if you attempted to
    edit a character data area contained data with code points below
    x'40'. Canceling this warning failed to release this lock. This
    has been fixed.

-   GENRANPWD2

    The Generate Random Password 2 tool was throwing an error when
    PWDLVL was set to 0 or 1. GENRANPWD2 was generating passwords
    which included lowercase characters, which is not supported with
    PWDLVL 0 or 1, causing INZPWD2 and INZPWD to fail when requested
    to generate a random passwaord. This has now been corrected in the
    GENRANPWD2 tool.

-   PRTREVERSE

    The Print Reverse tool was cutting off the last line of the last
    page when reverse printing a spool file. This has been corrected.

-   RTVIFSEAUT

    The Retrieve IFS Entry Authority tool uses system APIs that cannot
    be run if the job is multithreaded. Some tools, such as SNDSPLPDF,
    use APIs that now spin off threads in the current job. RTVIFSEAUT
    will now wait for those threads to finish instead of failing with
    an exception when used in those tools.

-   RTVSBSBCH

    The Retrieve Subsystem Batch Status tool would fail if the
    subsystem description for the named active subsystem could not be
    found in the library list. A fix was made so that the library of
    the active subsystems is correctly determined. In addition, the
    RTVSBSBCH command documentation indicated that *ALL was valid. It
    is valid on PRTSBSBCH, but not on RTVSBSBCH. The documentation has
    been corrected.

-   SNDSPLPDF

    The Send Spool as a PDF tool documentation was updated to indicate
    that both PASE and Transform Services are required to run this
    tool.

-   SPLSTO

    The Print Spool Store (PRTSPLSTO) command in the Spool Store tool
    (re)prints a stored spooled file. If that spooled file was created
    with an output queue specified as *DEV, *JOB, or *SAME then the
    output queue must be determined at run time. This is now done
    properly.

-   TAATOOL/TAAARCAC2 data area locked during install of the tools

    After an IBM i release upgrade the data area TAAARCAC2 in TAATOOL
    could be locked by the TAAINQMSG2 job. The install process for the
    tools now ends this job so that the TAATOOL library can be cleared
    and refreshed.

Incompatibilities

There are no known incompatibilities in this refresh.


2018-04-15 (R68)

Refresh 68 (April 15, 2018) is the last refresh for IBM i 7.1. Fixes
to 7.1 tools will continue to be made on an "as needed" basis until
April 15, 2020.

New Tools

-   GENRANPWD2

    The Generate Random Password 2 command generates a random password
    according to the system password rules which are set. This tool is
    available only on IBM i 7.2 and later.

-   RTVJOBOUTQ

    Retrieves the output queue of a job resolving any special values.

Enhancements

-   CVTJOB

    Convert Job was enhanced to add two new character timestamp fields
    for job start and end times. These are blank if they don't apply.
    This affects the model outfile. Outfiles from previous versions of
    the tool will need to be deleted. The tool will re-create these on
    first use.

-   DSPDTAQ, DSPDTAQD, and RTVDTAQ

    These tools have been enhanced to support data queues up to
    99,999,999 entries in length.

-   INZPWD

    The Initialize Password command(s) set a user profile to a new
    password. A new INZPWD3 password has been added in IBM i 7.2 and
    later. The password generated using INZPWD3 will comply with the
    system values.

-   SCNDBF

    A new parameter, IGNMAPERR, was added to the SCNDBF command to
    ignore data mapping errors when scanning. The default is *NO.

Fixes

-   CAPSYSINF

    The Capture System Information command was fixed to correctly skip
    /QSYS.LIB entries when capturing information on all IFS entries.

-   CLRMSGQ2

    Clear Message Queue 2 was not correctly marking message queues
    that contained messages that could not be deleted. This condition
    was rare. Those queues are now marked appropriately.

-   CMPSYSINFI

    The Compare System Information for IFS command was fixed so that
    the temporary files that are used in the will not require
    extension by the system operator.

-   CPYGENSRC

    When doing a CPYGENSRC FROMFILE(LIB1/*ALL) TOFILE(LIB2/*FROMFILE)
    the members that were selected for copy all ended up in the first
    file selected instead of the matching file name in the second
    library. This has been corrected.

-   CVTJRNA

    There were cases where CVTJRNA could issue an array bounds check
    if there were a large number of files being journaled to this
    journal. This has been fixed.

-   CVTLIBDBF

    Under rare circumstances on 7.3 the CVTLIBDBF tool would fail on a
    CPYF command insisting that the FMTOPT(_MAP _DROP) had to be
    coded. We added that keyword which fixes the issue. CVTLIBDBF is
    used by RGZLIB and the problem initially appeared in that context.

-   CVTWRKACT

    Convert Work Active would always include jobs with a blank status
    even if a desired set of active job status values was specified.
    Jobs with a blank active status are in a short-lived transition
    state and should not have been included. They will now only be
    included if STATUS(*ALL) is specified.

-   DSPDTAQ

    OUTPUT(*PRINT) would end with an MCH1210 when 9999 data queue
    entries had been printed. It now supports all the entries that can
    be retrieved with one call to the system API.

-   FNDSRCTXT

    The Find Source Text command would occasionally miss one of the
    members whose descriptive text matched the pattern given on the
    command. This has been fixed.

-   MSGCTL

    The MSGCTL tool was found to incorrectly log and forward messages
    that matched a generic message ID found in the MSGCTLP file. This
    has been fixed.

-   RTVJOBSTS

    The command can return a list of jobs if a specific job is not
    specified. The command and documentation were updated to ensure
    this was properly filtered by the CURUSER keyword.

-   SBMJOBSCDE

    The Submit Job Scheduling Entry submits a job based on the
    parameters in a job scheduling entry. One of these is the job
    description which was not found in some circumstances. This has
    been fixed.

-   SCNIFS

    The Scan IFS command was fixed to prevent looping on very large
    files.

-   WRKIPDEV

    The Work with IP Devices tool can be used to show remote printer
    queues as well as printer devices. This was showing SNA defined
    remote queues and showing the remote queue name instead of the
    host IP name of remote queues. It now shows only IP defined remote
    queues and gives the first 15 characters of the host name in the
    IP address field if the queue is defined with that instead of an
    IP address.

-   WRKSBSD2

    The Work Subsystem Description 2 command was incorrectly adding
    quotes to the compare value *ANY on the Routing Entries screen.
    This has been fixed.

-   WRKSYSINF

    The Work with System Information command now correctly removes the
    IFS entry information when removing a capture. This also fixes
    some interaction anomalies that may have occurred when removing a
    capture.

Incompatibilities

CVTJOB

-   The outfile for CVTJOB has been modified to add two new fields to
    the end of the record format. See enhancements above. Outfiles
    from previous versions of the tool will need to be deleted. The
    tool will re-create these on first use.


2017-10-15 (R67)

New Tools

-   DSPFCNUSG2

    Display Function Usage 2 is a new tool which generates a Function
    Usage Report. This report displays the list of function
    identifiers, along with associated usage information for each
    entry.

-   ENDSBS3

    The End Subsystem 3 command will quiesce a system, but not take
    the system completely to restricted state. All subsystems will be
    ended, except QCMN, QHTTPSVR, QSERVER, QSPL, QSYSWRK, QUSRWRK,
    TAAUPSMON, the controlling subsystem, and those specified in the
    OMIT parameter.

-   WRKACTGRP

    Work With Activation Groups is a new tool which provides a work
    display for all activation groups owned by the current job. An
    option to display attributes is available, as well as a reclaim
    option to free system resources.

Enhancements

-   CMPLIB2

    The Compare Library 2 command was enhanced by adding a CMPMBR
    keyword that can be used to suppress the member compare. This
    allows a shorter report to be produced.

-   CPYUSRPRF2

    The Copy User Profile 2 command was enhanced to include two new
    parameters that assist in using the command in batch mode. The
    PWDEXP parameter was added to allow a *RANDOM password be active
    rather than the default of expired. The CHGOWN keyword was added
    to allow the new profile to be owned by its creator rather than
    the default of QSECOFR.

-   RUNIO

    The Run I/O tool was enhanced to allow the output file to be
    located on an iASP and to provide more flexibility with the test
    record length. A limit was added to control the amount of disk
    storage consumed by the output file.

-   SAVSYSBCH

    The Save System in Batch command has been updated to include a new
    CHKSAVDEV parameter that allows you to skip the tape device check.
    This may be necessary if you are using BRMS.

Fixes

-   CHGOBJAUT

    The Change Object Authority command was receiving a "spooled file
    not found error"" for its report when running inside a server job.
    It now correctly releases the spooled file if it is owned by a
    QPRTJOB.

-   CMPCMDLST

    Compare Command List compares 'select' and 'omit' lists to ensure
    uniqueness from each other. Fix added to handle *ALLUSR value
    passed from DLTUNULIB command.

-   CRTVTP

    The Display Virtual Tape command of the Create Virtual Tape tool
    would get an exception if there were no image catalogs on the
    system. This was a rare, but possible, occurence. This exception
    is now monitored.

-   CVTIFS

    The Convert IFS command would sometimes fail when given a symbolic
    link at which to start. This has been fixed.

-   CVTJRNA

    The Convert Journal Attributes command was ignoring the
    MBROPT(*ADD) option for the JRNRCVP file. This has been fixed.

-   CVTSYSVAL

    The Convert System Values command was not treating QALWUSRDMN
    values as a special "list type" value. It is now treated as such
    and converted appropriately.

-   DLTOLDQRPL

    Delete old QRPLOBJ objects would receive an MCH1210 (size error)
    when removing too many objects from QRPLOBJ library. The field
    size was increased to prevent this.

-   DLTOLDSPLF

    Delete Old Spooled Files is designed to allow clean up of old
    spool files by selection criteria. Found and fixed two extremely
    rare problems. Fixed to delete spool files of jobs with duplicate
    names due to job number wrapping. Fixed to prevent a MCH0603 when
    large numbers of excluded jobs were specified several times in a
    job.

-   DSPDTAQ

    Queue entries that were longer than 9000 bytes could cause a
    subscript range error when OUTPUT(*PRINT) was specified. The limit
    was increased to 10,000 bytes and 1,000,000 entries. The
    subscripting error has been fixed.

-   DSPIFS

    There was a bug in which the OWNER keyword used for selecting
    entries might be ignored under some circumstances. This has been
    fixed.

-   DSPWHRUSE

    Display Where Used shows which programs use, display, or call
    which files. Certain object types were being skipped. This has
    been fixed.

-   PRTBIGOBJ

    The Print Big Object tool assists in determining the large size
    objects on your system. The correct ASP number was not always
    shown on the report. This has been fixed.

-   PRTSPLSTO

    Print Spool Store is part of the Spool Store tool, which lets you
    capture spooled files and retain them online. An exception
    occurred when *DEV set as the job outq. This has been fixed.

-   SAVRSTASP

    Save and Restore ASP allows a library to be saved and restored
    from one ASP to another. Fix added to prevent error message to
    incorrectly be issued when parameter RSTASP set to *SAVASP.

-   WRKSPLF2 and WRKSPLF3

    It is now possible to release a spooled file that was in saved
    state in addition to held state.

Incompatibilities

-   No known incompatibilities have been introduced with this refresh.


2017-04-15 (R66)

New

-   RTVQATTD

    The Retrieve QATT File Description (RTVQATTD) command returns the
    values needed to create a QATT source file. These are the name,
    record length, and descriptive text of the file.

-   VRYVRTDSP

    The Vary Virtual Display command varies a virtual display or
    displays off or on, whichever is requested.

Enhancements

-   CHGTAAKEY

    The Change TAA Key command allows the information in the
    TAALICENSE data area to be changed. CHKTAAKEY was enhanced to
    include additional fields and the ability to submit in batch.

-   CHKSAVRST

    Added CPF4168 to the list of messages reported.

-   CHKTAP2

    The Check Tape 2 command is similar to the CHKTAP system command,
    with the additional function of sending an inquiry message to the
    device's message queue and allows the user a Cancel or Retry
    response. Additional information has been added to the reply
    message, indicating which tape volume is currently mounted.

-   CPYSPLFIFS

    The Copy Spooled File to IFS command copies a spooled file to the
    IFS as a stream file. Added support for AFPDS type spooled files.

-   CPYTAA

    The CPYTAA tool has been enhanced with two new keywords: CRTSRCF
    and ESCAPE. The intent is to be able to reliably pull include
    members from the archive during the building of a tool. This is
    part of our effort to bring service programs into the tools.
    Includes will be used to provide prototypes for TAATOOL APIs.

-   CRTTAATOOL

    The Create TAA Tool command has a new INCLIB parameter that
    accepts up to three libraries in which to search for includes.
    This is part of our effort to bring service programs into the
    tools. Includes will be used to provide prototypes for TAATOOL
    APIs.

-   ENDTAALIC

    End TAA License ends the license to the TAA Productivity Tools by
    placing an expiration date in the TAALICENSE data area on a
    particular machine. ENDTAALIC was changed to show the machine
    serial number, so the user can determine which machine the license
    was ended on.

-   PRTSRCSUM

    The Print Source Summary command is similar to DSPFD with MBRLIST
    option, but offers better formatting and several important
    options. Change was made to include new QATT* source files.

-   SCNALLSRC2

    Scan All Source 2 command will scan for up to 20 arguments in all
    souce files in one or more libraries. Additional file member
    attributes retrieved and outfile support added.

-   SCNSRC, SCNALLSRC, SCNALLSRC2

    The member change date and member descriptive text were added to
    the outfile. The model file is TAASRCFP and results in the outfile
    SRCSRCP. The record format level identifier has changed as a
    result.

Fixes

-   ADDJOBSCD2

    The Add Job Schedule 2 command adds one or more job schedule
    entries from the JOBSCDP file created by the CVTJOBSCDE TAA Tool
    to the system job scheduling function. A fix was added to handle
    descriptions that include apostrophes.

-   CHKSAVRST

    The CHKSAVRST command checks a job log that uses save/restore
    commands and prints a listing with the completion messages and any
    error diagnostics. Message handling was added for CPF4168.

-   CHKTAAAUTL

    The Check TAA Authorization Lists command checks to ensure that
    all TAA Authorization Lists are set to _PUBLIC _EXCLUDE.
    Completion messaging was changed to be more accurate.

-   CPYFRMCSV

    The Copy From CSV 2 command (CPYFRMCSV2) of the CPYFRMCSV tool was
    maxing out at 13000 records in its temporary work file. This has
    been changed to *NOMAX.

-   CPYJOBSCDE

    The Copy Job Schedule Entry command would complain about an
    invalid date when copying entries that had *MONTHSTR as the
    scheduling date. This has been fixed.

-   CPYSPLFIFS

    Copy Spooled File to IFS copies a spooled file to the IFS as a
    stream file. Documentation was added stating that overprinting is
    not supported and will cause duplicate data to appear.

-   CVTIFS

    The Convert IFS command converts directory entry attribute
    information from the IFS and outputs the information to the
    IFSDIRP data base file. An IBM i discrepancy in reporting
    authorization errors for distributed directories caused a loop
    when such an error was encountered. This manifested itself when
    processing directories in QNTC. A workaround was added for
    these *DDIR types.

-   CVTMSGQ2 Convert message queue 2 can convert a large number of
    messages found in an external message queue to an outfile. Problem
    was fixed where messages with blank message ids (such as inquiry
    messages) were being removed incorrectly.

-   CVTPGMA

    The Convert Program Attributes command creates a data base file
    with one record per program. New ACTGRP parameter was added to
    retrieve activation group information.

-   CVTQHST

    There was a possibility that on very active systems CVTQHST could
    produce an intermediate QPDSPLOG spooled file that hit its MAXRCDS
    limit. This has been fixed.

-   CVTSYSVAL

    The Convert System Values command converts the spooled file output
    from WRKSYSVAL to the SYSVALP file. A fix was added to correct how
    long values are returned.

-   DSPACTJOB2

    The Display Active Jobs 2 command provides a display similar to
    WRKACTJOB except that the user can only perform the Display
    action, and jobs are sorted by CPU%. Fixed subscript out of bounds
    problem when system had a very high number of jobs.

-   DSPAUTLOB2

    The Display Authorization List Objects 2 command expands
    DSPAUTLOBJ functionality by 1) including _IFS and _DLS objects and
    2) allowing a generic name or all authorization lists. A fix was
    made to correctly display lists with over 7500 entries.

-   DSPDTAQ

    The Display Data Queue tool displays or prints the entries of a
    data queue and the data queue attributes. DSPDTAQ was fixed so it
    will now correctly return up to 500,000 entries without throwing
    an exception.

-   DSPIFS

    The Display IFS command provides a display or listing of IFS
    objects. Documentation was corrected to state that directories are
    always included in the listing.

-   DSPOBJ

    The Display Object command provides various DSPxxx commands for
    most object types. Removed _ALL and _ALLUSR options from the
    OBJTYPE parameter on the command.

-   DSPOBJAUD

    The Display Object Auditing command displays all audited objects
    in a list of libraries or all libraries. The tool was fixed to
    give an informational message if a single empty library is
    specified.

-   ENDJOBWOL

    The End Job With Locks command ends jobs with locks on a specific
    object. A fix was added to correct the command name in the
    documentation.

-   MOVALLOBJ

    The Move All Objects command moves one or more objects from one
    library to another. SQLPKG support was removed from the command,
    as SQL packages must remain in the library they are created in.

-   PRTDEVCFG

    The Print Device Config command prints a copy of the device
    configuration objects and copies the contents to a source member
    in a source file. Code was changed to delete the DSPOBJP file
    before using it.

-   RTVRELMTH

    The Retrieve Relative Month command failed if it was "backing
    into" December from a later month. This has been fixed.

-   SAVLIBSAVF

    The Save Library to Save Files command saves one or more libraries
    to save files in a specified library. Command was fixed to handle
    library lists longer than 256 characters.

-   SCNGENSRC

    The spooled file created by SCNGENSRC was named after the first
    member processed for each candidate source file. It is now
    correctly named after the source file itself. The USRDTA of the
    spool file is now correctly specified as SCNGENSRC rather than
    SCNSRC. The number of members scanned is now correct.

-   SCNSRC

    A minor fix was made to correct the number of members scanned when
    used by SCNGENSRC.

-   SNDDTAQ

    The RCVDTAQ command of the SNDDTAQ tool might receive a MCH0603 (a
    subscript or character string length violation) if the MAXLEN of
    the queue was over 5000 and the entry being received was over 5000
    in length. This has been fixed.

Incompatibilities

-   There are no known incompatibilities that have been introduced
    with this refresh.


2016-11-15 (R65)

New

-   DMOSUBF7

    The Demo Subfile 7 tool provides a demonstration of using a
    subfile for the display of an API call. Customers can take
    advantage of the full source provided to create similar subfile
    based applications.

-   DMOUIM

    The Demo UIM tool provides a demonstration of using UIM for the
    display of an API call. Customers can take advantage of the full
    source provided to create their own uses for UIM-based
    applications.

-   DSPACTJOB2

    The Display Active Jobs 2 command provides a display similar to
    the system WRKACTJOB command except that the user can only perform
    the Display action against the jobs, and jobs are sorted by CPU %.
    System and subsystem jobs are excluded.

-   ENDJOBWOL

    The End Jobs With Object Locks command ends all batch and
    interactive jobs holding locks on a specified object.

-   RTVRELMTH

    The Retrieve Relative Month command will calculate and return
    three data values based on the date specified in the DATE
    parameter, offset by the number of months in the RELMTH parameter.

Enhancements

-   CRTTAASRCF

    The Create TAA Source Files tool was updated to include new source
    files. The new source files are QATTC, QATTHTML, QATTUIM, QATTSRV,
    and QATTSQL.

-   CVTOUTQ

    An ESCAPE keyword was added to the command. This is a *YES/*NO
    value. The default is *NO. If *YES a CPF9898 escape message is
    sent if the number of spooled files initially determined to be in
    the queue does not match the number of records written. This can
    happen if the queue is volatile.

-   RTVQATTF

    The Retrieve QATT Files tool was updated to include the new QATT
    source files as part of our ILE direction. The new source files
    being reported are QATTC, QATTHTML, QATTUIM, QATTSRV, and QATTSQL.
    This enhancement affects both the RTVQATTF and PRTQATTF commands.

-   SBMFTPCMD & FTP2

    The Submit FTP Command command uses FTP2 to submit a simgle
    command to run on another System i that is connected via FTP.
    OTHERCMDS2 parameter was added to support FTP commands longer than
    255 characters.

Fixes

-   CLROUTQ3

    The Clear Output Queue 3 command clears selected spooled file from
    an output queue. Fixed a problem where USRDTA was being cleared,
    even when a specific value for the USRDTA parameter was specified.

-   CPYTAADDS

    The Copy TAA DDS command is primarily an internal tool used by
    CRTxxx commands such as CRTSRCCTL. It allows CRTTAATOOL to occur
    regardless of whether a full or demo license exists. Change made
    to remove the dependency on the user needing to be authorized to
    TAASRCACC list in order to retrieve encrypted DDS files. This
    allows more tools to run in demo mode.

-   CVTJOBLCK

    The Convert Job Locks command converts the locks for a specific
    job to an outfile. Dynamic allocation problem fixed to prevent
    null pointer exceptions that were occurring. in the operating
    system.

-   CVTMSGQ2

    The Convert Message Queue 2 command converts the messages found in
    an external message queue (such as QSYSOPR) to an outfile. Fixed
    problem caused by exceptions from QGYCLST API call.

-   CVTOUTQ

    The Convert Output Queue command creates a data base file OUTQP
    with one record per spooled file. Fixed to retry API call when API
    would return partial list of OUTQs.

-   CVTRCDLCK2

    The Convert Record Lock 2 command builds an outfile of the record
    locks held by a job. Fixed error when job was not found.

-   DSPDBFDMG

    The Display Data Base Damage command checks for damage in the data
    base file descriptive information. Message text changed when no
    objects found.

-   PRTLIBANL

    The Print Library Analysis command reports on how many objeccts
    exist in a library or in a total system. Fix added to correctly
    handle named ASPs.

-   PRTPAGOF

    The Print Page Of command allows you to re-print a spooled file
    where you have printed 'Page n' and change the value to 'Page n of
    n'. Fix added to handle large 'skip to line' values.

-   RCLSTG2

    The Reclaim Stroage 2 tool provides better documentation of the
    results of RCLSTG and keeps the history where it may be
    conveniently displayed. Fixed problem causing elapsed hours to
    display incorrectly.

-   RGZLIB

    Th Reorganize Library command reorganizes all physical files in a
    library or all user libraries. Fixes added to deallocate exclusive
    locks on failure, and handle locks on members with all three
    allowed values: _EXCL, EXCLRD, or _SHRUPD.

-   RTVIFSEAUT

    The Retrieve IFS Entry Authority command returns the current
    user's authority to an IFS object. Fix added to handle user
    profiles with no group profile.

-   SCNALLJLG

    The Scan All Job Logs command will scan all or selected job logs
    for various criteria. Fixed issue when job spool files exceeded
    9999 in number.

-   SCNSRC

    The Scan Source command scans source files for a matching
    character string or strings. Extraneous informational messages are
    now removed from the job log.

Incompatibilities

-   PRTSRCSUM

    The Print Source Summary command was updated to report the new
    source files for the *QATT value. Old files no longer in use were
    dropped.


2016-04-15 (R64)

New

-   WRKDBFUNIT

    The Work Database File Unit tool allows you to inspect and set the
    preferred storage unit for files on your system.

Enhancements

-   ANZOUTQ

    ANZOUTQ provides summary information for various attributes of
    spooled files in an output queue. ANZOUTQ previously supported 999
    unique attribute values for each attribute category. Enhancement
    was made to now support 9998 unique values for each attribute.
    This allows outqs with very large numbers of spool files to
    process correctly.

-   CHGJOBD2

    CHGJOBD2 allows a change to one or more JOBD object types. An
    Initial ASP group parameter was added.

Fixes

-   AUDLOG

    AUDLOG is a series of commands that let you work with QUAUDJRN
    entries. Fixed a problem where MCH0601 erros occurred after a
    small number of records were read. This issue was found using the
    PRTAUDLOG command. Also fixed a problem where duplicate entries
    were written when no new audit log entries were found. This issue
    was found using the CVTAUDLOG command.

-   CHGUSRPRF3

    The Change User Profile 3 command is a front end to the CHGUSRPRF
    command that allows a list of up to 300 user profile names or
    generic names to be changed. Corrected the code so it will now
    allow the values of _SAME, _SYSVAL, _NONE, and _ASSIST for the
    ATNPGM parameter.

-   CHKINACT2

    CHKINACT2 tool is a series of commands that allow the ending or
    disconnecting of jobs that have been inactive for a specified
    period of time. Removed confusing informational message from job
    log.

-   CPYPGMQM

    The Copy Program Message Queue Message command copies one or more
    messages from the current job's program message queue to an
    external message queue. Fixed a problem where CPYPGMQM failed when
    the MSGQ contained impromptu messages.

-   CVTJRNA

    CVTJRNA outputs the information that is found with WRKJRNA to
    three separate data base files. Fixed code to handle exception
    when a file is in use.

-   CVTMSGQ2

    CVTMSGQ2 allows a very large number of messages found in an
    external message queue to be converted to an outfile. Code was
    changed to correctly handle an empty message queue.

-   CVTQHST

    CVTQHST converts one or more QHST files to a normal data base
    file. Code was fixed to handle file size of *NOMAX.

-   CVTSYSSTS

    CVTSYSSTS creates a data base file SYSSTSP with one record per
    main storage pool. Fixed report so all digits of the unprotected
    storage fields will display correctly.

-   DLTUNULIB

    DLTUNULIB deletes libraries with no objects, libraries whose
    objects have never been used, or objects within libraries which
    have not been used for specified number of days. Fixed logic error
    which caused objects in libraries to be deleted which were outside
    the specified date range.

-   DSPALLSAVF

    DSPALLSAVF displays or prints a listing of one, generic, or all
    save files in one or more libraries. Changed file size limit
    to *NOMAX so DSPOBJD will not give exception on files over 190000
    records.

-   DSPDLTSPC

    DSPDLTSPC displays the amount of deleted record space that exists
    in one of more libraries. Code was correctly check libraries found
    in named ASPs, not just the base ASPs.

-   DSPQHSTSIZ

    DSPQHSTSIZ provides a simple listing of the QHST files in QSYS,
    allowing a review of the QHST versions. Fixed a problem where the
    1st message and last message times were duplicated in the outfile.

-   DSPSAVSUM

    DSPASAVSUM displays or lists a summary from one or more libraries
    where objects are saved to. Corrected the all object authority
    check whick occurred when certain library parameter options were
    chosen.

-   FTP2

    FTP2 allows the use of FTP without entering the FTP subcommands.
    Fixed tool to correctly send TAA9897 exception when an FTP error
    is encountered.

-   LOCKWAIT

    The Lock Wait tool provides commands to check for jobs in a LCKW
    status as seen with WRKACTJOB. Added additional message monitors
    to catch exceptions when jobs had ended, causing LOCKWAIT to
    terminate unexpectedly.

-   RCVMSGKEY

    The Receive Message Key command receives a message from the job
    log. It is meant to be used with RTVMSGKEY to process low level
    messages in the job log. Fixed problem where RCVMSGKEY returned
    incorrect results when called repeatedly with different options.

-   RTVJOBA2

    RTVJOBA2 allows retrieval of attributes for any job, supporting
    more parameters than RTVJOBA. Fixed an problem where the active
    job status was not always retrieved correctly. As a result the
    LOCKWAIT tool failed in some cases.

-   SCNALLSRC

    SCNALLSRC provides a simple method of scanning all or some source
    files in a library. Fixed problem where special characters were
    not handled correctly.

-   WRKIFS

    WRKIFS is designed for those users who are trying to clean up the
    IFS. User is now given a message when trying to roll past the
    9,999th record, which is the maximum WRKIFS can display.

-   ZIP

    ZIP and UNZIP perform standard PC zip and unzip functions for
    compressing/ decompressing data in the IFS. Fix added to correctly
    handle multiple files.

Incompatibilities

-   Commands that refer to previous releases (7.3 only)

    All save commands, most compile commands, and commands that
    use *PRV compiler support have had their TGTRLS parameters updated
    for 7.3. While technically incompatible with previous release this
    is consistent with 7.3 system changes. The following commands have
    been affected: CHKTGTRLS, CMPOUTFILE, CRTBNDCL2, CRTBNDRPG2,
    CRTSFLPGM, CRTSFLPGM2, CRTTGTRLS, RPLGENPGM, RPLOBJ, RPLMOD,
    RPLPGM, RPLSFLPGM, SAVALLACT, SAVCHGACT, SAVJRNACT, SAVLIBIFS,
    SAVOBJIFS, SAVEONELIB, SAVOWNOBJ, SAVRCVL, SAVSNDL, SAVSNDM,
    SAVSRCF, SBMSAVRCVL, SBMSAVSNDL, SNDOBJMAIL.


2015-10-15 (R63)

New

-   PRTPRFUSR

    The Print Profile Users command lists profiles with *ALLOBJ
    authority, along with profiles that have *USR authority or greater
    to that profile. The report is generated into a spool file,
    PRTPRFUSR.

Enhancements

-   CRTDBFJRN

    This command creates an externally described file that contains
    the standard journaling fields. Support was added for PF38 files.

-   FMTOPT

    The FMTOPT tool provides a way to test options or command keys
    which require several lines in a subfile application. Support was
    added for 27 * 132 screen size.

-   GENRANPWD

    The GENRANPWD tool generates a random password, per selected
    specifications. A new parameter, ALWUPR, was added.

-   QRYF

    QRYF simplifies the use of OPNQRYF. *UPD option added for type of
    open to use.

-   RTVPFSRC

    This command retrieves the information from a physical file object
    and writes a DDS source member. Support was added for PF38 files.

Fixes

-   CAPSYSINF

    CAPSYSINF captures all object, member, and IFS object information
    on the system. Fixed an exception which occurred when no files
    found in a library.

-   CMPDTAARA

    CMPDTAARA compares the contents of two data areas. Fixed a problem
    with very small data areas.

-   CRTTSTJRN

    CRTTSTJRN is designed for writing test cases involving journaling.
    Files already being journaled will now be bypassed instead of the
    command ending.

-   CRTVTP

    The CRTVTP tool provides a simple interface for creating,
    displaying, and deleting a virtual tape structure. Fixed a problem
    where image catalog entries were exceeding the maximum size.

-   CVTFD

    The CVTFD command is similar to the system DSPFD command, but only
    creates an outfile. Fixed a problem with an empty library
    generating an exception. Reported as issue with CAPSYSINF.

-   CVTIFS

    CVTIFS converts directory entry attribute information from the IFS
    and outputs the information to a data base file. When file errors
    are detected on the convert, the files are skipped instead of
    ending the command.

-   CVTJOB

    CVTJOB converts the information for one or more jobs to an
    outfile. Fixed a problem where the current user field was not
    populated correctly.

-   CVTJOBFNC

    The CVTJOBFNC checks for an active job with a specific function
    type-description as seen on WRKACTJOB. Fixed a problem where the
    job list was not being parsed correctly.

-   CVTJOBLOG

    CVTJOBLOG converts a job log to an outfile. Fixed a problem
    where *LIBL not accepted as specified library. Also fixed a 7.2
    problem where first character of system name was truncated.

-   CVTMSGQ2

    CVTMSGQ2 converts messages found in an external message queue to
    an outfile. The command has been fixed to correctly retrieve the
    message queue name. Also fixed the opening and closing of message
    file and added better exception handling.

-   CVTOBJLCK

    CVTOBJLCK converts the locks for an object to a data base file.
    Fixed problem where OBJLCKP file was not being placed in specified
    library.

-   CVTSYSSTS

    CVTSYSSTS converts output from WRKSYSSTS to a data base file with
    one record per pool. CPU usage greater than 100% will now display
    accurately up to 999%.

-   CVTSYSVAL

    CVTSYSVAL converts the spooled file output from WRKSYSVAL to a
    physical file. Fix was added for a *DATE member name not being
    accepted.

-   DLTDBFDAT

    DLTDBFDAT deletes data base file records based on a field value
    and a specified date comparison. Fixed a decimal data error.

-   DSPASPSTS2

    The DSPASPSTS2 command provides an interactive display of the disk
    units by ASP. Fixed an array indexing error.

-   DSPOBJD2

    DSPOBJD2 provides a different interface to the DSPOBJD command.
    Fixed a problem retrieving large lists containing greater than
    2000 objects.

-   DSPSBMJOB

    DSPSBMJOB displays a list similar to WRKSBMJOB, but the user
    cannot perform actions against the jobs. Maximum number of jobs
    retrieved changed from 2000 to 9999.

-   JOBACG

    The Job Accounting tool is a series of commands that lets you work
    with the job accounting entries from the QACGJRN journal. Problems
    fixed involved partial receivers leaving gaps in the sequence
    numbers of the journal, and incorrect descriptions being captured.

-   RCVDTAQ

    RCVDTAQ is a front end to the system QSNDDTAQ command. Fixed a
    problem with messages being left in the job log.

-   RTVOBJLST

    The Retrieve Object List command provides a large return variable
    for a list of objects. The command has been fixed to correctly
    retrieve large lists of over 90 objects. The problem was
    originally reported as an issue with the CRTUSRPRF3 command, which
    uses RTVOBJLST.

-   RTVPFSRC

    RTVPFSRC retrieves the information from an existing physical file
    object and writes a DDS source member. Fixed a problem where
    CRTDBFJRN (which uses RTVPFSRC) gave an exception when *CURDATE
    was specified as date selection criteria.

-   SCNIFS

    SCNIFS scans one or more stream files for an argument. Fixed a
    problem with files being left open resulting in an exception.

-   SNDIFSMAIL

    SNDIFSMAIL sends a note and an IFS attachment to one or more
    recipients. Fixed an invalid character error when quotes were not
    handled correctly.

-   SNDTXTMAIL

    SNDTXTMAIL sends a text message to one or more recipients. Fixed a
    problem when sending message to group distribution list.

-   SYSHST

    DSPSYSHST is part of the System History tool, providing a simple
    method of capturing and displaying important system information.
    Fixed multiple problems with field lengths.

Incompatibilities

-   There are no known incompatibilities that have been introduced
    with this refresh.


2015-04-15 (R62)

New

-   CVTTCPJOB

    This tool examines a port to see which jobs are using it and
    reports the current user profile for that job. This allows you to
    see what users are signed onto the system through Telnet or FTP.

Enhancements

-   CHKSAVRST

    The CHKSAVRST command has been enhanced to include the CPD3775
    message that says an object cannot be saved or restored.

-   DLTDUPRCD

    This has been enhanced to work with variable length character
    fields.

-   DSPOBJSIZ

    DSPOBJSIZ has been enhanced to show the sizes for objects greater
    than 10,000,000,000 bytes.

-   SORTDBF

    This has been enhanced to work with variable length character
    fields.

Fixes

-   CHKCMDDFT

    This command checks to see if command defaults have been changed.
    It was not reporting on some commands. This has been fixed.

-   CPYFRMCSV

    This command copies CSV files from IFS into a database file that
    fits the data found in the CSV file. It was possible to run out of
    space in temporary files used to analyze the CSV data if that CSV
    file had more than 13000 rows. This has been fixed.

-   CVTMSGQ2

    The CVTMSGQ2 tool was getting an MCH0603 when working with
    extremely long messages in the message queue. This has been fixed
    and the message size capable of being handled has been increased.

-   DSPDBFDTA

    DSPDBFDTA lists *LAST as a valid value for the MBR keyword, but
    was not accepting that value. This has been fixed.

-   DUPFILFMT

    This has been fixed to work with variable length character fields.

-   JLGCTL

    The display job log messages function of the JLGCTL tool was not
    displaying messages correctly on 6.1 and 7.2. This has been fixed.

-   RGZLIB

    Under very rare circumstances the RGZLIB command could construct a
    bad parameter value for the RBDACCPTH keyword on the RGZPFM
    command. This has been fixed.

-   RTVPFSRC

    This command reconstructs the DDS source for a physical file from
    its field definitions. It is used in a number of other TAA tools,
    including CVTDBFJRN. It was constructing badly formed DDS when
    there were long runs of non-blank characters. This has been fixed.

-   SNDSPLMAIL

    The SNDSPLMAIL command would fail if both SPLF(*SELECT) and
    SENDTO(*INT) were specified on the command. This has been fixed.

-   WRKSBSJOBQ

    There was a bug that would occasionally result in a array index
    out of bounds exception if there were more than 700 jobs in a job
    queue. This has been fixed.

Incompatibilities

-   There are no known incompatibilities that have been introduced
    with this refresh.


2014-10-15 (R61)

New

-   CPYSPLF4

    The Copy Spooled File 4 command splits a spooled file into
    multiple spooled files based on the number of pages specified. For
    example you may have a report with 100 pages and you want to split
    into 10 spooled files of 10 pages each, or you may have a 20 page
    report and you want a separate spooled file for each page.

-   DSPSYSPTN

    The Display System Partitions command displays information about
    the current system partition and a summary of all system
    partitions.

-   DSPUSRAUT4

    The Display User Authority 4 command lists all objects in a
    library that a named user is not authorized properly to. For
    example, if the user should have *CHANGE authority to all objects
    in the library, a line would be listed for each object where the
    user has 1) no authority 2) is specified as *EXCLUDE, or 3) has
    only *USE authority.

-   SCNDBF

    The Scan Data Base File command scans one or more members of data
    base files for up to 20 strings. A listing is output with one line
    for each time one of the strings is found in a record. The
    relative record number of the record and the position where the
    string was found is described.

-   WRKOUTQ3

    Work Output Queue 3 command is similar to the system WRKOUTQ
    command, but supports additional capability such as all output
    queues in a library or all libraries and a 'Position To'
    capability.

Enhancements

-   CVTOBJD2

    A new model file, TAAOBLIQ, has been added for use with the new
    WRKOUTQ3 tool.

-   PRTPAGOF

    The PRTPAGOF command has been enhanced to preserve these of the
    attributes of the original spool file: expiration date, duplex,
    user defined data, start and end pages, LPI, and CPI.

-   RSTSNDL

    A new RSTASPDEV parameter has been added to the RSTSNDL command
    that allows a library to be restored to a different ASP that the
    one stored in the save file information. RSTSNDL is part of the
    SAVSNDL tool.

-   RTVNONSYS

    In 7.2 the libraries QPTFOBJ1 and QPTFOBJ2 have been added to the
    list of libraries to ignore when specifying *NONSYS for a list of
    libraries on commands.

-   SCNALLJLG

    SCNALLJLG OUTPUTTYPE(*ONESPLF) has been enhanced to skip the
    printing of job log headers that have no messages selected. This
    brings the *ONESPLF option more in line with the *UNQSPLF option
    and can significantly shorten the report.

Fixes

-   APYRMTJRN

    There was a bug in APYRMTJRN that would cause it to hang when
    applying a large number of changes from a remote journal to the
    objects named in that journal. This has been fixed.

-   CHKIFSOPN

    CHKIFSOPN was failing with conversion errors if the stream file
    specified had a Unicode CCSID. It now checks for open conflicts by
    doing a trial open in binary mode rather than text mode. This
    avoids any attempt by the system to perform a text conversion on
    the open.

-   CHKJOBSTS

    The CHKJOBSTS command was occasionally supplying incorrect
    parameters to the RTVJOBA command when multiple jobs were
    selected. This resulted in an exception being thrown. This has
    been fixed in this refresh.

-   CHKMINRLS

    The MINRLS parameter allowed V7R2M0 instead of V7R1M0. This has
    been corrected.

-   CHKSAVRST

    The CHKSAVRST command would not work correctly if
    INPUTFILE(*DBFILE) was specified. This change fixes CHKSAVRST to
    clear the DBFILE member only if INPUTFILE(*JOBLOG) is specified.

-   CLRLIB2

    CLRLIB2 was issuing some confusing messages. These have been
    cleaned up.

-   CMPOUTFILE

    On 7.1 this was allowing a compare against V5R3 which is not
    allowed since there is no V5R3 compiler support. This has been
    corrected in the 7.1 version of the tools.

-   CPYSPLFIFS

    CPYSPLFIFS was not handling fractional CPI settings correctly when
    creating a PDF file. These are now being retrieved and set into
    the PDF file.

-   CPYTOFLAT

    The size of the temporary file was set too low for some cases. A
    size of *NOMAX is now used.

-   CVTALLSPCA

    The CVTALLSPCA command could only be run in a limited number of
    environments It can now be run in all environments.

-   CVTALLSPCA

    CVTALLSPCA was receiving a size error (MCH1210) if there were
    certain combinations of supplemental and group profiles specified
    on a user profile. This has been fixed in this refresh.

-   CVTAUDJRNE

    The allowable codes contained several inaccuracies. These have
    been updated to the codes specified in the security manual for
    7.2.

-   CVTFRMOUTQ

    CVTFRMOUTQ will now fail quickly if the output queue being
    converted has more than 32767 spool files. Each spool file
    generates a member in the target database file. The limit on
    database file members is 32767.

-   CVTIFS

    A MCH3601 was fixed in the program TAAIFSAR when the *IFSLST
    special value was used on the OBJ parameter. This has been fixed
    in this refresh.

-   CVTJOBLOG

    CVTJOBLOG converts job log spool files into database files. It was
    not parsing some job logs correctly and as a result was not
    creating correct output. This has been fixed in this refresh. The
    problem affected SCNALLJLG.

-   CVTMBRD

    If *ALLUSR was specified for the library on the CVTMBRD command
    then no records would be output to the database file. This has
    been fixed in this refresh.

-   CVTMSGQ2

    Under some circumstances a MCH1210 could occur when processing the
    message queue. This has been fixed.

-   CVTSPLSTO

    CVTSPLSTO was failing with an MCH1210 when converting an output
    queue containing more than 99,999 spool files. The limit has been
    raised to 500,000 spool files. This command is part of the SPLSTO
    tool.

-   DLTIFS

    DLTIFS was failing when it attempted to delete or release a held
    spool file it created. This was only happening in a server job.
    This is fixed in this refresh.

-   DLTIFS2

    DLTIFS2 was failing when it attempted to delete or release a held
    spool file it created. This was only happening in a server job.
    This is fixed in this refresh.

-   DLTLIB2

    DLTLIB2 was issuing some confusing messages. These have been
    cleaned up.

-   DSPAUDLOG2

    DSPAUDLOG2 was incorrectly stating that no message ids existed for
    audit log entries. While the newer audit log entries do not have
    associated messages, the older ones still do. These are now
    correctly displayed.

-   DSPCLPCNT

    DSPCLPCNT stopped after processing 900 members. This has been
    fixed in this refresh.

-   DSPCMDCNT

    DSPCMDCNT stopped after processing 900 members. This has been
    fixed in this refresh.

-   DSPJRNRCVD

    When over 500 journal receivers were attached to a specific
    journal, the array index error would happen. The code has been
    fixed to display a max of 9999 journal receivers. Any receivers
    found over 9999 will not be included in the output, but an
    exception will not occur.

-   DSPRPGCNT

    DSPRPGCNT stopped after processing 900 members. This has been
    fixed in this refresh.

-   DSPTAPSIZ

    On IBM i 7.1 DSPTAPSIZ was incorrectly reporting the size of the
    files on tape if there were more than 50 files on that tape. This
    has been fixed in this refresh.

-   DSPUIMCNT

    DSPUIMCNT stopped after processing 900 members. This has been
    fixed in this refresh.

-   PRTBIGOBJ

    The model file, QSYS/QADSPOBJ, has a capacity of 190000 records
    specified by the SIZE(100000 30000 3). The change creates the work
    files in QTEMP using CRTDUPOBJ and then CHGPF with SIZE(*NOMAX).

-   PRTLSTUSE

    The model file, QSYS/QADSPOBJ, has a capacity of 190000 records
    specified by the SIZE(100000 30000 3). The change creates the work
    files in QTEMP using CRTDUPOBJ and then CHGPF with SIZE(*NOMAX).

-   RTVAUDMDLF

    The allowable codes contained several inaccuracies. These have
    been updated to the codes specified in the security manual for
    7.2.

-   RTVPFSRC

    RTVPFSRC could generate invalid DDS if used on a table that was
    created using the SQL CREATE TABLE statement. In particular, null
    strings were being generated for default values. This has been
    fixed in this refresh.

-   SAVSNDM

    On 7.1 the SAVSNDM command allowed saving to V5R3 which is not
    allowed by the system. This has been corrected in the 7.1 version
    of the tools.

-   SCNUPDSRC

    SCNUPDSRC stopped scanning and replacing text in source files
    after processing 900 members. This has been fixed in this refresh.

-   SNDOBJMAIL

    On 7.1 the SNDOBJMAIL command allowed saving to V5R3 which is not
    allowed by the system. This has been corrected in the 7.1 version
    of the tools.

Incompatibilities

-   CVTAUDJRNE

    The ZM entry type was removed as a valid value from the command.
    It is not a valid audit journal entry type.

-   RTVAUDMDLF

    The ZM entry type was removed as a valid value from the command.
    It is not a valid audit journal entry type.

-   Commands that refer to previous releases (7.2)

    All save commands, most compile commands, and commands that
    use *PRV compiler support have had their TGTRLS parameters updated
    for 7.2. While technically incompatible with previous release this
    is consistent with 7.2 system changes. The following commands have
    been affected: CHKTGTRLS, CMPOUTFILE, CRTBNDCL2, CRTBNDRPG2,
    CRTSFLPGM, CRTSFLPGM2, CRTTGTRLS, RPLGENPGM, RPLOBJ, RPLMOD,
    RPLPGM, RPLSFLPGM, SAVALLACT, SAVCHGACT, SAVJRNACT, SAVLIBIFS,
    SAVOBJIFS, SAVEONELIB, SAVOWNOBJ, SAVRCVL, SAVSNDL, SAVSNDM,
    SAVSRCF, SBMSAVRCVL, SBMSAVSNDL, SNDOBJMAIL.


2014-01-15 (R60)

New

-   CHGMAXMBR

    The Change Maximum Members command changes the number of maximum
    members for one or more data base files in a library based on a
    specified percentage. Only data physical files are processed. The
    command defaults to 'check' meaning no changes occur unless
    ACTION(*CHANGE) is specified.

-   CHGMSGQ2

    The Change Message Queue 2 command allows a change to one or
    more *MSGQ object types. Not all of the CHGMSGQ parameters are
    supported. CHGMSGQ2 simplifies making mass changes to *MSGQ
    objects. For a more complete understanding of the parameters, see
    the CHGMSGQ command help text. A *MSGQ object owned by one of the
    system profiles may not be changed.

-   CHGOBJD4

    The Change Object Description 4 command provides a general purpose
    solution when a program wants to prompt for a CHGxxx command. Only
    typical object types and attributes are supported. Assuming you
    have provided a proper interface to CHGOBJD4, the command will
    complete normally whether the change has been made, the command
    prompt was cancelled, or the command failed. The ESCMSGID
    parameter will be blank if a successful change was made.

-   CHGSAVF2

    The Change Save File 2 command allows a change to one or more save
    files. Not all of the CHGSAVF parameters are supported. CHGSAVF2
    simplifies making mass changes to save files. For a more complete
    understanding of the parameters, see the CHGSAVF command help
    text. A save file owned by one of the system profiles may not be
    changed.

-   CHGUSRPWD3

    The Change User Password 3 command allows a command change of a
    user password that ensures the QPWDxxx system value requirements
    are met. For example, if you have specified that a required digit
    exist by use of QPWDRQDDGT. This allows a change to be made by
    other than the interactive user that still follows your password
    requirements. CHGUSRPRF can change a password, but does not check
    the system values.

-   CNFDLTARA

    The Confirm Delete Data Area command provides a confirmation
    display and allows F6 to delete the data area. The attributes of
    the data area are shown along with the Both *CHAR and *DEC (up to
    15 digits) data areas are supported. The QWCRDTAA API is used.

-   CPYDIRE

    The Copy Directory Entry command retrieves information about the
    From User ID from the Directory Entries (as seen with WRKDIRE) and
    prompts for a new entry using ADDDIRE. The existing values for the
    From User ID are used as the defaults for ADDDIRE with the
    exceptions of the USRID, USER, and SYSNAME parameters.

-   CPYSHFSPLF

    The Copy Shift Spooled File command allows you to shift the data
    in a spooled file either left or right and re-prints the spooled
    file. The file must be capable of being copied by CPYSPLF (this
    excludes files with graphic characters).

-   CVTALLSPCA

    The Convert All Special Authorities command creates an outfile of
    all special authorities for one or more users. By default,
    multiple records are written for each user profile: one record for
    the user, one for his group profile (if any), one for each
    supplementary group (if any), and a summary record combining all
    special authority information.

-   DEBUG

    The Debug tool is not code, but rather a technique to assist in
    debugging. It can also be used for any function where you are
    repeating several commands on a command entry display. It allows
    you to quickly execute a command that you had entered earlier in
    an interactive job. The Debug tool uses the FAVCMD tool to store
    the commands.

-   DSPALLDTAT

    The Display All Data Types command lists or displays the data
    types that are to be included or excluded from a file or files.
    For example, you can display all fields that have a W (variable
    length) data type for files in a library.

-   DSPALLSPCA

    The Display All Special Authorities command displays the special
    authorities for an individual user, the special authorities for
    his group profile, and the special authorities for each of his
    supplemental profiles. This allows a review of what special
    authorities the user is allowed to use.

-   DSPDBFJOIN

    The Display Data Base Join Files command displays or lists one or
    more join files in one or more libraries. The From and To file
    information is provided along with the name of the keys from each
    file.

-   DSPDUPKEY

    The Display Duplicate Key command checks a keyed file that has not
    been specified for Unique keys to see if any duplicate keys exist.
    The file is read in keyed order per the key fields defined for the
    file and compared to the previous record. The relative record
    numbers of any duplicates are described.

-   DSPMSG2

    Display Message 2 allows several selection criteria to minimize
    the number of messages that would be displayed or listed. For
    example, you can display by message ID, message type, job, user,
    start/end date/time, or the sending program. The DSPMSG2 command
    may be used on any message queue, but would most likely be used
    with QSYSOPR.

-   FIXALLSRC

    The Fix All Source command provides a method of making mass
    changes to member data in a source file based on a 'From value'
    found in the source. Any type of source is valid to be changed.
    Because ACTION(*CHECK) is the default, no changes will be made
    allowing a review of what would be made by ACTION(*CHANGE).

-   FNDUSRATR

    The Find User Attribute command finds objects that have a named
    user attribute or any user attribute. A listing is displayed or
    output. User attributes allow a further identification of objects.

-   HLDJOBUNTL

    The Hold Job Until command allows you to release a held job at a
    specific time. You can either use HLDJOB to hold the job or submit
    the job with HOLD specified. The job being held cannot be an
    interactive job. You can release the job either in the current day
    or the next day. HLDJOBUNTL may be helpful when you want to hold a
    job for a period of time and avoids having to remember to release
    the job.

-   LOCKWAIT

    The Lock Wait tool provides commands to check for jobs in a LCKW
    status as seen with WRKACTJOB. RUNLCKWAIT provides job log
    messages if jobs are waiting for a lock. SBMLCKWAIT submits a
    never ending batch job that sends messages to a message queue if
    jobs are locked. The LCKW value can be caused by either a job
    waiting for a record lock or an object lock.

-   MTNJRN2

    The Maintain Journal 2 command provides the ability to delete old
    receivers (and add a new receiver) to one or more journals. Both
    system and user journals may be specified.

-   RMVMSGD2

    The Remove Message Description 2 command removes a range of
    message IDs or all messages from a message file. The default
    provides a listing of the message IDs that would be removed if
    ACTION(*REMOVE) was specified.

-   RTVJOBCMP

    The Retrieve Job Completion tool retrieves the completion status
    for a job. Two solutions are provided: 1) RTVJOBCMPM (Retrieve Job
    Completion Message) and 2) RTVJOBCMPA (Retrieve Job Completion
    Accounting). Both solution provide for a delay time and a number
    of iterations to allow a program to wait for a reasonable time.

-   SNDPGMMSG4

    The Send Program Message 4 command is a subset front end to
    SNDPGMMSG which allows a message ID to be sent from a message file
    to a message queue. The system SNDPGMMSG command may only be used
    in a CL program. SNDPGMMSG4 allows any environment and can be
    helpful when testing either how the message text will appear or to
    place a message with an ID in a message queue.

-   WRKIFS2

    The Work IFS 2 command is designed for a review of IFS entries,
    but does not allow any changes to be made. Several selection and
    sequencing options exist. The WRKIFS command is similar, but
    allows removal of entries and access to WRKLNK.

Enhancements

-   CHGALLSPLF

    A new parameter has been added to allow a change to USRDTA.

-   CHGOBJAUT

    A new parameter has been added to allow selection on the object
    attribute.

-   CHKINACT

    A new parameter has been added to SBMINACT to allow the job to run
    during a specific time of day.

-   CVTLIBOBJA

    A new parameter has been added to prevent the authorizations from
    the library object to be output.

-   ENDDUPJOB

    The maximum number of duplicate jobs that can be ended on one
    command has been raised to 546.

-   FNDSRCMBR

    A new value for the OUTPUT parameter will allow an immediate
    display of the spooled file output.

-   FNDSRCTXT

    A new value for the OUTPUT parameter will allow an immediate
    display of the spooled file output.

-   FTP2

    The size of the RMTUSER and RMTPWD has been increased from 30 to
    100 characters. The same changes have been made to SAVSNDL,
    RCVSNDL, SAVRCVL, SBMSAVRCVL, SAVSNDM, RCVSNDM, and SBMFTPCMD

-   MTNJRN

    A new value *TEST has been added to the DLTOLDRCVR parameter to
    allow testing of what MTNJRN would do.

-   RTVJOBSTS

    A new parameter has been added for a job list of up to 546 jobs.

-   RTVSYSPTN

    Many new parameters have been added to allow other information to
    be returned about the partition definition and current values.

-   WRKF2

    A new option has been added for CLRALLPFM.

Fixes

-   CHGLIBOWN

    The OMITOWN parameter did not omit the object in all cases. The
    OLDOWN parameter was not handled properly. These errors have been
    corrected.

-   CHGOBJAUT

    If a generic user name was entered and more than 50 existed, the
    command failed. The first 50 are processed and an escape message
    is now sent.

-   CVTIFS

    If the ASP value exceeds 99, the command failed. A new field
    IFASPL has been added as *DEC LEN(3 0) to both outfiles supported
    by CVTIFS. If the ASP number is greater than 99, the value
    returned for IFOASP will be -1 and the actual value will be in the
    IFASPL field. If the value is 99 or less, the IFOASP and IFASPL
    values will be the same.

-   CVTLIBCNT

    The size of the TAATMPSPC2 user space was increased.

-   CVTLIBOBJA

    An error occurred when library QTEMP was attempted to be
    processed. A restriction has been added so that library QTEMP may
    not be specified directly and is bypassed when attempted with a
    generic name (QT*) or with all libraries.

    The command failed with duplicate keys if all *LIB object types in
    QSYS were specified. This has been corrected.

-   DLTIFSDIR

    The code did not properly handle apostrophes in the name. This has
    been corrected.

-   DSPLIBAUT

    In some cases *GROUP appeared as the user name rather than the
    owner name. This prevented BYPOWNER(*YES) from eliminating the
    owner line. The owner name is now used if *GROUP appears in the
    data being read.

-   ENDDUPJOB

    The command failed on a large number of duplicate jobs. A limit of
    120 can be processed on each use of the command.

-   MTNJRN

    If SAVINQMSG(*BYPASS) was specified, the saved journal receivers
    eligible for deletion were not being deleted. This has been
    corrected.

-   RTVIFSED

    The command failed if the ASP number exceeded 99. A new return
    variable ASPL was added with *DEC LEN(3 0). If the ASP number is
    greater than 99, the value returned will be -1 and the actual
    value will be in the ASPL return parameter. If the value is 99 or
    less, the ASP and ASPL values will be the same.

-   SPLARC

    The open date of the spooled file was not converted correctly and
    the current date was used instead. This has been corrected.

-   UPSMON

    The ENDUPSMON command was not setting the QUPSMSQ system value
    back to QSYSOPR in QSYS. This has been corrected.

-   WRKIFS

    The F5 option was failing. Several options were failing if quotes
    were in the name. These errors have been corrected.

Incompatibilities

-   CHKJOBMSGW

    A subsystem library name or *LIBL must now be entered.

-   PRTLIBANL

    The default print file is now TAAPRT1 to avoid conflicts with a
    user QPRINT printer file.


2013-10-15 (R59)

New

-   CHGDBFINC

    The Change Data Base Increments command changes the number of size
    increments for one or more data base files in a library based on
    the current percentage of records and a specified new percentage.
    Only data physical files are processed. The command defaults to
    'check' meaning no changes occur unless ACTION(*CHANGE) is
    specified.

-   CHGJOBQ2

    The Change Job Queue 2 command allows a change of one or
    more *JOBQ object types. CHGJOBQ2 simplifies making mass changes
    to *JOBQ objects. For a more complete understanding of the
    parameters, see the CHGJOBQ command help text. A *JOBQ object
    owned by one of the system profiles may not be changed.

-   CHGLF2

    The Change Logical File 2 command allows a change of one or more
    logical files. Not all parameters from CHGLF are supported. CHGLF2
    simplifies making mass changes to logical files. For a more
    complete understanding of the parameters, see the help text for
    CHGLF. A logical file owned by one of the system profiles may not
    be changed.

-   CHKMBRSPE

    The Check Member Spelling command checks the spelling of the words
    in the member text for all members in one or more files in a
    library. Both source and data members are checked. The command
    defaults to use the dictionary provided by the TAA Productivity
    Tools. A specific dictionary or multiple dictionaries may be used.

-   CHKOBJSPE

    The Check Object Spelling command checks the spelling of the words
    in the object text for one or more objects in a library. The
    command defaults to provide the dictionary provided by the TAA
    Productivity Tools. A specific dictionary or multiple dictionaries
    may be used.

-   CHKSRCTYP3

    The Check Source Type 3 command checks a value to see if it is a
    valid source type as described by the Programmer Menu. TXT and
    TXT38 are optional.

-   CHKTAAQSYS

    The Check for TAA Commands in QSYS command checks for TAA command
    names that have a duplicate name in QSYS. This is intended to
    assist in identifying if a new system command uses the same name
    of an existing TAA command.

-   CHKUSRGRP

    The Check User for Group command checks if a user profile is a
    member of a named group either by the GRPPRF or SUPGRP attributes
    of the profile. TAA9891 is sent as an escape message if the user
    profile is not a member of the group. No completion message occurs
    if the user profile is a member.

-   CMPLIBAUT

    The Compare Library Authority command compares the Create
    Authority for a library to the objects within the library. If the
    authority of the *PUBLIC user differs from the library Create
    Authority, the object is listed. Libraries with an Authorization
    List used for the Create Authority are not supported.

-   CRTGENOBJ

    The Create Generic Objects command allows you to create a number
    of generic objects with consecutive names like ABC002, ABC003, etc
    of any object type. The first object must exist in the library
    where the duplicates will be created.

-   CVTJOBLOG2

    The Convert Job Log 2 command creates an outfile of one record per
    batch job that was submitted and has completed. Selection on the
    completion code (defaults to abnormal job end) may be specified.
    The command is a slow runner, but the outfile can be used to help
    understand the failures that have occurred. The command is English
    language dependent.

-   CVTMONEY

    The Convert Money tool allows a CL program to calculate such
    functions as how much money is owed each month on a typical
    mortgage calculation. Several commands are provided.

-   DLTUNULIB

    The Delete Unused Library command deletes libraries that have
    1)  no objects, 2) all objects within the library have never been
        used, or 3) the object within the library with the most
        recently last used date has not been used for a specified
        number of days. The default is ACTION(*CHECK) so that only a
        listing is output of what would be deleted.
-   DSPDUPJBQE

    The Display Duplicate Job Queue Entries command displays or lists
    job queue names that are duplicates in different subsystems.
    DSPDUPJBQE can be used to help identify problems where the same
    job queue is used

-   DSPGRPPRFI

    The Display Group Profile Indicator command displays whether a
    profile is a group profile (has members in its group). You must
    have *ALLOBJ authority to use DSPGRPPRFI. Use the DSPGRPPRF
    command to list the members of the group.

-   DSPNONUSE

    The Display Non Use command command lists objects that have not
    never been used along with size information. This can assist in
    cleanup of the system. Because of the way last used information is
    handled on multi-member data base files, the information may not
    be accurate on multi-member files.

-   DSPOBJEXCP

    The Display Object Exceptions command lists one or more objects
    that are saved with storage freed, locked, damaged, or where the
    storage requirement has overflowed the ASP. Multiple libraries may
    be searched.

-   DSPOWNOBJ

    The Display Owned Objects command is similar to the system
    DSPUSRPRF TYPE(*OBJOWN) function, but provides size, last used
    date, and text description also. A summary may also be made by
    either library or object type.

-   DSPUNQKEY

    The Display Unique Key command displays the number of unique
    values in the access path fields for a data keyed file (non
    source). The file does not have to have unique keys. The system
    provides the number of unique values for the first 4 key fields of
    a file. This means a count of the unique values for key 1, key
    1-2, key 1-3, and key 1-4. One line is listed for each member. The
    information can provide a better understanding of the data.

-   DSPUNQKEYT

    The Display Unique Key Totals command displays or lists members in
    one or more data files in a library. The number of unique keys for
    the first 4 keys of each keyed access path are listed. This can
    provide a better understanding of the data that makes up the keys
    of the file.

-   DUPFILFMT2

    The Duplicate File Format 2 command duplicates a file from a
    physical file to a new file with the same format as the original
    file. The user must have *USE rights to the file being duplicated.
    This differs from CRTDUPOBJ which requires *OBJMGT authority.

-   MOVALLOBJ

    The Move All Objects command moves one or more objects from one
    library to another. An option allows a determination of what
    processing should occur if the object already exists in the To
    library. The default moves only objects that do not exist in the
    To library.

-   RMVTRLNULL

    The Remove Trailing Nulls command will remove trailing nulls
    (X'00') from an input variable and convert them to blanks (X'40')
    values. The input variable may be up to 5000 bytes in length. The
    output variable must be 5000 bytes. A start position may be named.
    No embedded nulls are changed. Trailing blanks are ignored.

-   RTVGRPPRFI

    The Retrieve Group Profile Indicator command retrieves a *YES/*NO
    for whether the specified user profile is a group profile. You
    must have *ALLOBJ special authority to use RTVGRPPRFI.

-   RTVNXTNAM

    The Retrieve Next Name command takes a name value such as
    'ABC0001', adds 1 to the digit portion, and returns the next name
    'ABC0002'. The number portion of the name may contain 1-9 digit
    positions, but must be in the trailing position of the name. A
    rollover such as from a name 'ABC9999' causes an escape message.
    RTVNXTNAM may be used for objects, members, or your own internal
    naming convention.

-   SCNCLPTAA

    The Scan CLP TAA Commands command scans the outfile created by
    CVTCLPCMD for TAA commands. CVTCLPCMD converts all commands found
    in a source file to one record per command in an outfile.
    SCNCLPTAA lists each command found in the file that exists in
    TAATOOL along with the source member and sequence number within
    the source.

-   SCNDDSSRC

    The Scan DDS Source command scans DDS source for various values
    such as a string of text in the Functions field such as the word
    'JOIN'. All selection criteria must be met to print a record. The
    command can be helpful when searching for some values that have
    been used previously.

-   SCNMBRA

    The Scan Member Attributes command scans one or more data base
    members in a library for attribute values. For example, you can
    scan for the number of members with more than 1000 records or all
    members that have a keyed access path. This acts as a simple query
    to determine the value of attributes of members.

-   SCNSAVFA

    The Scan Save File Attributes command scans one or more save files
    for attribute values. For example, you could scan for all save
    files that have more than 100 records. This acts as a simple query
    to determine the value of attributes of save files.

-   SWPLIBLE2

    The Swap Library List Entry 2 command allows a swap of 2 libraries
    on the user portion of the library list. For example, if both QGPL
    and QTEMP are in the user portion of the library list and should
    trade places, the SWPLIBLE2 will make the swap.

Enhancements

-   CHGLIBOWN

    The code has been improved to allow more changes when other than
    an *EXCL lock is held.

-   CHKJOBMSGW

    The SBS parameter now allows a qualified name. If no library
    qualifier is entered, the command operates as before.

-   CMPSRC

    A generic new member name is now supported.

-   CPYCHGMBR

    A new parameter has been added to allow a generic member name.

-   CRTDBFJRN

    Better error messages have been added for when the user is not
    authorized.

-   CVTJOBLCK

    A second version of the command (CVTJOBLCK2) has been added which
    uses the QWCRJBLK API. Additional fields exist in the outfile vs
    CVTJOBLCK.

-   CVTOUTQD

    The name of the remote output queue has been added.

-   CVTRMTOUTQ

    The name of the remote output queue has been added.

-   CVTWRKACT

    The SBS parameter now allows a qualified name. If no library
    qualifier is entered, the command operates as before.

-   DLTGENLIB

    A new parameter has been added to allow the comparison date to be
    entered in terms of number of days.

-   DSPARACDE

    Updates have occurred and to PRTARACDE also.

-   DSPTAACAT

    Several tool text descriptions have been improved to differentiate
    between tools such as CVTOBJD and CVTOBJD2.

-   LOOKUP

    A new parameter has been added to allow the search to be ended if
    the next entry to be compared is blank.

-   RTVDIRE

    The command has been enhanced to retrieve substantially more data
    than previously. As a result, the second element of the USRID
    keyword is now required and can no longer be *FIRST. The third
    element of the USRID keyword has been dropped. The RTNADDR keyword
    has been dropped as well.

-   RTVOUTQA

    A new parameter has been added for the long name of a remote
    output queue.

-   TAASECURE

    The documentation member has been enhanced to describe programs
    that adopt and why adoption is used.

Fixes

-   CPYFRMCSV

    If the created file definition exceeded 9999 bytes, the CPYFRMCSV2
    command failed. This has been corrected by changing to an RPGLE
    program which allows a 32000 byte input file length.

-   CPYJOBSCDE

    If SCDDAT(*MONTHEND) was specified, the command failed with a bad
    date separator. This has been corrected.

-   CRTUSRSPC

    A new parameter exists that defaults to *YES for auto extending of
    the space. The assumption of *NO previously caused some APIs to
    fail such as QUSLJOB used by CVTWRKACT.

-   CVTIFS

    If the object is a symbolic link, the object it resolves to is now
    used.

-   CVTTAPSAVD

    The size information was incorrect (an extra zero was added). The
    size information for members is now set to 0. In some cases the
    member record contained invalid data. These errors have been
    corrected.

-   ENDDUPJOB

    The command failed because of an invalid job name caused by the
    incorrect offset. This has been corrected.

-   JOBACT

    In some cases the STRJOBACT command failed trying to resend a
    message that did not exist. This has been corrected.

-   MOVSPLF

    The command failed if more than 100,000 spooled files were moved.
    This has been corrected.

-   RTVCMDSRC

    For certain commands, RTVCMDSRC looped internally. This has been
    corrected.

-   RTVJOBSTS

    The DUPJOBRQS(*LAST) function was returning blanks. This has been
    corrected. The maximum jobs returned is 120 not 200.

-   WRKUSRAUD

    The text for the user was incorrect when the detail display option
    was used.

-   WRKVTP

    If the image catalog was allocated (eg being saved to), the
    command failed. It now displays *NOTAVL.

Incompatibilities

-   RTVDIRE

    The command has been enhanced to retrieve substantially more data
    than previously. As a result, the second element of the USRID
    keyword is now required and can no longer be *FIRST. The third
    element of the USRID keyword has been dropped. The RTNADDR keyword
    has been dropped as well.


2013-07-15 (R58)

New

-   CHGOUTQ2

    The Change Out Queue 2 command allows a change of one or
    more *OUTQ object types. Not all keywords used by CHGOUTQ are
    supported. CHGOUTQ2 simplifies making mass changes to *OUTQ
    objects. For a more complete understanding of the parameters, see
    the CHGOUTQ command help text. An *OUTQ object owned by one of the
    system profiles may not be changed.

-   CHGPGM2

    The Change Program 2 command allows a change to one or more *PGM
    object types. Not all of the CHGPGM parameters are supported.
    CHGPGM2 simplifies making mass changes to *PGM objects. For a more
    complete understanding of the parameters, see the CHGPGM2 command
    help text. A *PGM object owned by one of the system profiles may
    not be changed.

-   CHKTAACHG2

    The Check TAA Change 2 command checks the last change date of
    objects in TAATOOL against the date the TAA version was installed.
    Any objects changed after the install date are listed. This allows
    a review of what has changed since the TAA Productivity Tools were
    installed. An *ALLOBJ user is required.

-   CMPIFSED

    The Compare IFS Entry Description command compares the major
    attributes of two IFS objects. A listing is produced if any
    differences exist. An escape message is issued if differences
    exist and the command is run in batch or OUTPUT(*PRINT) is
    specified.

-   CMPSGNUSE

    The Compare Signon to Last Used command allows a check to see if a
    profile is being used after the last signon date. This could occur
    if the profile name has not signed on since it was used such as in
    a SBMJOB command or a job schedule job. User profiles that are not
    permitted to signon will normally appear.

-   CMPSTMF

    The Compare Stream File command compares two stream files and
    lists the From and To records that differ. The named stream files
    are copied to 9999 byte files in QTEMP and compared. If
    differences are found, the data from each record is listed up to
    100 positions.

-   CVTDISTANC

    The Convert Distance command allows a conversion from one type of
    value such as meters to a different type such as miles. The input
    value may be up to 9 digits with 2 decimals. The output value may
    be any of 15/0, 15/2, or 15/5. Conversions can be made for
    millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilometers, inches, feet, yards,
    miles, cable lengths, fathoms, and furlongs.

-   CVTOBJAUTD

    The Convert Object Authority Description command converts
    individual authorities to an authority description
    of *ALL, *USE, *CHANGE, 'USER DEF', or *EXCLUDE. This can be
    helpful when dealing with an outfile such as that used by
    DSPUSRPRF TYPE(*OBJAUT).

-   CVTOUTQDTQ

    The Convert Output Queue Data Queue command converts the entries
    sent by the system to a data queue if the DTAQ parameter is
    specified on CRT/CHGOUTQ. This allows a determination of spooled
    files that were output as opposed to the print accounting function
    which captures only those files that were actually printed.

-   CVTRCDLCK

    The Convert Record Locks command converts the record locks from
    all jobs holding record locks on a specific file/member. You must
    have *JOBCTL special authority to use CVTRCDLCK. The outfile is
    always RCDLCKP with a format name of RCDLCKR. The model file
    TAADBJMP in TAATOOL is used.

-   DLTOLDOBJ

    The Delete Old Object command deletes old objects in a library
    based on the create date of the objects and the number of days
    specified. If your approach is to create temporary objects in a
    permanent library and cleanup periodically based on the create
    date, DLTOLDOBJ may be useful.

-   DSPCMDKWD2

    The Display Command Keyword 2 command displays or prints a simple
    list of the keywords used by a command. QSYS and TAATOOL command
    information is supplied in TAATOOL. User commands must be
    converted to a file using CVTCMDKWD.

-   DSPMSGDAT

    The Display Message Queue by Date command provides a simple
    listing of the messages in a message queue by date and time. This
    provides a review of how old messages are in a message queue.

-   EDTDTAQ

    The Edit Data Queue command allows editing of character data in a
    non-keyed data queue with a maximum entry length of up to 5000
    bytes. An interactive display is used for editing and updates,
    deletions and new entries may be made.

-   RMVENDPER

    The Remove Ending Period command removes an ending period ('.')
    from an input text value if it exists and returns a variable
    without the ending period. This can be useful when resending
    escape messages that may have an ending period.

-   RNMGENOBJ

    The Rename Generic Object command allows a rename of generic
    objects in a named library. The new generic name value must be
    less than or equal to the length of the existing generic name. Any
    characters in the name of an object after the generic name are
    carried over to the new name. A listing is produced including any
    errors found.

-   RTVFLROBJ

    The Retrieve Folder Object command allows the retrieval of
    information about a *FLR object when only the system object name
    that exists in the QDOC library is known. The system object names
    may appear from a function such as when using the DSPOBJD outfile.
    These names do not relate to a user recognizable name. RTVFLROBJ
    provides a translation from the *FLR object name to the
    information displayed by WRKFLR.

-   RTVJOBSTSL

    The Retrieve Job Status Loop command allows the current job to
    delay until another job is in a specified status. For example, if
    you submit a batch job, you may not want to continue in your
    program until the batch job is active or on an output queue.

-   SCNEXTDTA

    The Scan and Extract Data command scans a string of data for a
    value and returns the first n bytes prior to a blank after a
    successful scan. For example, if you are scanning message text,
    you might want the value after the word 'library '.

-   SORTSRC

    The Sort Source command allows a range of source statements in a
    source member to be sorted. The output is always to the SORTSRC
    member of the TAASORTSRC source file in QTEMP. The default is to
    sort on the entire source data value. From/To positions may be
    specified. You may then use the SORTSRC member to copy to wherever
    it is needed.

-   WRKUSRAUT

    The Work User Authorizations command provides a work display for a
    user profile's specific authorizations. This excludes the user's
    owned objects. The outfile from DSPUSRPRF TYPE(*OBJAUT) is used
    internally to provide the basic information. Options exist to
    display the object description, display the authorizations, and
    edit the authorizations.

Enhancements

-   ADJAPOST

    A new ACTION values was added for doubling the number of quotes
    and then adds 2 more.

-   AUDLOG

    A new parameter has been added to allow the work file library to
    be named which could be in an ASP.

-   CPYUSRPRF

    A new parameter OWNER has been added to allow the From User
    Profile to be a member of a group where the objects should be
    created as owned by the group.

-   RSTAUTL

    A new parameter has been added to allow for the case where the
    library on the target system does not exist. This will cause flags
    on the listing as opposed to the command ending with an escape
    message. Both the SAVAUTL and RSTAUTL tools now
    support *DIR, *STMF, *DOC, and *FLR object types.

-   SNDSPLMAIL

    The SUBJ parameter may now be entered and has been increased to 44
    bytes. The name of the attachment will be the spooled file name
    plus '.txt'. Spooled file names longer than 8 bytes will be
    truncated to 8 for the attachment name.

    The same enhancement has been made to SNDIFSMAIL, SNDSPLPDF, and
    SNDOBJMAIL.

-   SWPUSRPRF

    The size of the CMD parameter has been increased to 32,000 to
    allow for any expansion done by the command analyzer.

-   TAAMSGF

    The TAA9855 message ID used for completion messages now supports a
    second level capability which defaults to '&2'. The TAA9868
    message has been added which is a duplicate of CPF9898 to allow a
    second level capability.

-   WRKALLSPLF

    The job name has been added to the Alternate display.

-   WRKJOB2

    The job name and user name may now contain generic values.

Fixes

-   CVTSYSVAL

    The command failed when the last page had no system values. This
    has been corrected. The QALWOBJRST multiple choices are now
    supported as well as on CMPSYSVAL. This change applies to V6R1 and
    following releases.

-   DUPMSGD

    A single value for DMPLST was duplicated. Up to 15 values are now
    supported.

-   DYNMNU

    When Option 6 (Test Dynamic Menu) was used from GO DYNMNU, the
    group profile of the user was used instead of the current user
    profile. This has been corrected.

-   MTNJRN

    If a receiver is partially saved, the SAVINQMSG(*BYPASS) option
    will now bypass the receiver.

-   PRTPTFSUM

    The command failed if the number of outfile records exceeded
    13,000. This is now handled in the TAA program to allow *NOMAX.

-   RMVOLDMSG

    When *ALL message queues in a library were specified, not all
    message queues were processed in some cases. This has been
    corrected.

-   RTVMTHNAM

    The command failed for some dates in February. This has been
    corrected.

-   WRKALLSPLF

    The error message stating that more than 9999 spooled files exist
    was not being displayed. This has been corrected. The message that
    occurred when more than 16GB occurred in the space is now ignored
    as later messages describe an error.

Incompatibilities

-   SNDSPLMAIL

    The SUBJ parameter was changed from a default of *NOTUSED to a
    required parameter of 44 characters. The value becomes the subject
    seen by the receiving user. The first 8 characters of the spooled
    file name is concatenated with '.TXT' to become the name of the
    attachment.

    The same change has been made to SNDIFSMAIL, SNDSPLPDF, and
    SNDOBJMAIL.


2013-04-15 (R57)

New

-   CHGCLS2

    The Change Class 2 command allows a change to one or more *CLS
    object types. CHGCLS2 simplifies making mass changes to *CLS
    objects. For a more complete understanding of the parameters, see
    the CHGCLS command help text. A *CLS object owned by one of the
    system profiles may not be changed.

-   CHGDSPF2

    The Change Display File 2 command allows a change to one or more
    display files. Not all of the CHGDSPF parameters are supported.
    CHGDSPF2 simplifies making mass changes to display files. For a
    more complete understanding of the parameters, see the CHGDSPF
    command help text. A display file owned by one of the system
    profiles may not be changed.

-   CHGDTAQD2

    The Change Data Queue Description 2 command allows a change to one
    or more *DTAQ object types. Not all of the CHGDTAQD parameters are
    supported. CHGDTAQD2 simplifies making mass changes to *DTAQ
    objects. For a more complete understanding of the parameters, see
    the CHGDTAQD command help text. A *DTAQ object owned by one of the
    system profiles may not be changed.

-   CHGJOBD2

    The Change Job Description 2 command allows a change to one or
    more *JOBD object types. Not all of the CHGJOBD parameters are
    supported. CHGJOBD2 simplifies making mass changes to *JOBD
    objects. For a more complete understanding of the parameters, see
    the CHGJOBD command help text. A *JOBD object owned by one of the
    system profiles may not be changed.

-   CHKDUPSPLF

    The Check Duplicate Spooled File command checks an outfile created
    by CVTOUTQ for duplicate spooled files. The check is made on the
    qualified job name, the spooled file name, and spooled file
    number. CHKDUPSPLF is intended for the case where the system may
    be creating duplicates.

-   CHKIFSSAV

    The Check IFS Save command displays or prints a listing of IFS
    objects that need to be archived (saved). An outfile is optional.
    Using WRKLNK and option 8 (Display attributes), you can see the
    'Need to archive (System)' information for an IFS object. It is
    changed to 'Yes' when the object is saved with a SAV command
    specifying UPDHST(*YES). CHKIFSSAV allows a review of the objects
    needed to be saved.

-   CHKMLTMBR

    The Check Multiple Members command checks one or more files to
    determine those that have more than one member and those that
    allow more than one, but have 0 or 1 members. Exceptions are
    displayed or listed. Source files are implicitly bypassed. Only
    data base data files that can have members are checked (DDM is
    excluded).

-   CLRMSGQ2

    The Clear Message Queue 2 command allows you to clear messages
    from one or more message queues based on the number of hours a
    message has been on the queue. CLRMSGQ2 may be used for any system
    message queue such as QSYSOPR or QSYSMSG or any user message
    queue. The command defaults to ACTION(*CHECK) to provide an
    indication of what would happen if ACTION(*REMOVE) had been
    specified.

-   CPYDBFDTAQ

    The Copy Data Base File to Data Queue command copies a member of a
    data base file to a data queue. The data queue must be non-keyed
    and have a length less than or equal to 5000 bytes. The QSNDDTAQ
    API is used.

-   CPYDTAQ

    The Copy Data Queue command copies the entries from one data queue
    to another. Both non-keyed and keyed data queues are supported,
    but must be of the same type, must have the same key length, and
    the same sender ID attribute. The entries may be added to or
    replace the entries in the To data queue. The QSNDDTAQ API is
    used.

-   CPYNEWSRCM

    The Copy New Source Member command copies new members from one
    source file to another. A specific member, a generic member, or
    all members may be specified. If the member in the From file does
    not exist in the To file, it is copied to the To file. If it
    exists, it is flagged. A listing always occurs.

-   CPYSPCDBF

    The Copy User Space to Data Base File command copies data from a
    user space to a data base file. The data base file may be up to
    9999 bytes in length. An optional parameter allows copying of less
    than the full space. If the last data in the space is not the full
    length of a record, blanks will be appended.

-   DLTLIB3

    The Delete Library 3 command provides a simple front end to DLTLIB
    and cleans up the low level messages. When the system DLTLIB
    command is used, low level messages are sent for each object that
    is deleted. DLTLIB3 cleans up the messages if the library is
    successfully deleted. If an error occurs, all messages will still
    exist.

-   DLTOWNOBJ

    The Delete Owned Objects command allows an *ALLOBJ user to delete
    the objects that are owned by another profile. The command
    defaults to ACTION(*CHECK) to allow a review of the objects that
    would be deleted.

-   DSPAPYPTF

    The Display Applied PTFs command displays objects that have a PTF
    number applied. One, generic, or all objects by type may be
    displayed in one or more libraries.

-   DSPDUPPRFA

    The Display Duplicate Profile Attributes command displays or lists
    the profiles that have duplicates for such attributes as Initial
    Program, Job Description, User Class, etc. This provides a review
    of where changes may be needed.

-   DSPLSTPWDC

    The Display Last Password Change command lists all or generic
    profiles by the date the password was last changed. Profiles that
    are set to PASSWORD(*NONE) are bypassed. The default is for
    ascending sequence.

-   DSPMSGCNT

    The Display Message Count command displays a list of message
    queues and the number of messages in each. By default, message
    queues without any messages are bypassed.

-   MOVCRTDAT

    The Move by Create Date command moves objects from one library to
    another based on a range of object creation dates specified.
    Because ACTION(*CHECK) is the default, no objects are moved and a
    listing describes those that would be moved. If ACTION(*MOVE) is
    specified, the objects are moved.

-   MOVMSGD

    The Move Message Description command moves one, a range, or all
    message descriptions from one message file to another. Any message
    IDs that are moved are removed from the From message file. A
    listing is displayed or output of all messages moved and any
    errors that have occurred.

Enhancements

-   CHKFLDSPE

    A new parameter has been added to allow an escape message to occur
    if spelling errors are found.

-   CVTDTAQ

    A new field has been added to the outfile for entry number. The
    TAADTQMP is now a keyed file by entry number. The TAADTQML logical
    file has been added.

-   CVTFRMHEX

    Optional parameters have been added for an error location if an
    invalid hex value exists and the value in error.

-   DSPDTAQ

    The largest entry size that may be displayed has been increased to
    5000.

-   MAILADR

    A new parameter has been added to RTVMAILADR to allow the name
    that is specified to be treated as a generic name. The name
    parameter is now specified as *CHAR instead of *NAME thus allowing
    any value to be entered as a name.

-   PRTLIBCNT

    New parameters have been added for OMITLIB and LIBTYPE.

-   SNDDTAQ

    The maximum entry length has been increased from 512 to 5000 which
    is the largest value allowed in command definition. An additional
    parameter has been added to RCVDTAQ to allow up to 5000 bytes to
    be returned.

-   SRCARC

    A new command CHKSRCARC has been added to list whether the archive
    members have an existing member in a source file.

-   TIMRCD

    The maximum number of days difference has been increased from one
    to five.

-   WRKALLSPLF

    The selection by USRDTA (if not generic) now uses the API
    selection to improve performance.

Fixes

-   AUDLOG

    The PRTAUDLOG tool failed with SEQ(*CODESUB) because an invalid
    field name was used on OPNQRYF. This has been corrected.

-   CAPSECINF

    The RFMSECINF command failed with a text description that exceeded
    50 bytes. This has been corrected.

-   CHGOBJAUT

    The internally used PRINT command used *OPN instead of *OP2 which
    caused a spooled file to get printed on a very fast system.
    CHGOBJAUT is used by several commands that create outfiles. This
    has been corrected.

-   CMPLIBOBJA

    A system error existed in the description of the OADDAT field in
    the DSPOBJAUT outfile. This caused the date to be handled as *MDY
    instead of *JOB. The TAA function has been created.

-   CVTIFSAUT2

    The IAOWNR field was not being filled and the user profile name
    was not being checked. This has been corrected.

-   CVTMBRD

    The internals have been reworked to use CVTOBJD6 instead of
    RTVOBJLST which was causing errors in some cases with DSPDLTSPC.
    The file parameter was not being handled correctly.

-   CVTOUTQ

    Some changes have occurred in handling of errors reported by the
    API used. The same change has been made to CVTWRKSPLF.

-   DSPDSKSTS

    If the DSASP2 number from CVTDSKSTS was 0, the command failed. The
    disk units are now described as 'Not added'.

-   PAUSE

    The number of seconds was missing from line 24 for the the default
    message. This has been corrected.

-   PRTASPLIB

    When a change from an ASPDEV to an ASP number occurred, the value
    shown overlaid the previous value.. This has been corrected.

-   PRTNONOBS

    The command failed if the storage was freed for a program. This
    has been corrected.

-   RTVCMDSRC2

    If the display and printing of the help text is not complete, the
    code attempts to continue.

-   RTVJOBSTS

    When STATUS(*LASTDATE) was specified, the wrong status could be
    returned. This has been corrected.

-   RTVOBJLST

    The size of internal fields has been increased to account for a
    library with many objects.

-   SYSACT

    In some environments, the CAPSYSACT command failed because of a
    mismatch of the QAITMON file and the file in the created library.
    The FMTOPT parameter has been added to the CPYF command to account
    for this.

Incompatibilities

-   CHKFLDSPE

    The TAAPRT1 printer file is now used instead of QPRINT.


2013-01-15 (R56)

New

-   ACTDLTRCD

    The Activate Deleted Record command writes an initialized record
    to a physical file relative record number. The record must be in a
    deleted status. This makes an active record in the file that can
    then be updated by other functions. The companion command is
    DLTACTRCD which deletes an active record.

-   ADDGRPPRF

    The Add Group Profile command adds a Group Profile to one or more
    user profiles. The Group Profile is added either as the GRPPRF
    parameter or as a supplemental group (SUPGRPPRF parameter). A
    listing is output of the changes and any error conditions such as
    the profile is already specified as belonging to the group.

-   ADDINZRCD

    The Add Initialized Record command adds one or more initialized
    records to an existing member of a physical file. Initialized
    records will have valid values in decimal fields, date fields,
    etc.

-   CHGPRFPUB

    The Change User Profile to *PUBLIC command is designed for the
    situation where the objects in a library for the *PUBLIC user have
    different forms of authority and you want to authorize a new user
    profile to have the same authority as the *PUBLIC user. This would
    allow you to make the new user profile a group profile for
    designated profiles and then set the *PUBLIC user to *EXCLUDE to
    prevent access by non-authorized users. This allows members of the
    group to have the same authority as they had before.

-   CHGPRFPUB2

    The Change User Profile to *PUBLIC 2 command is designed for the
    situation where IFS objects in a directory for the *PUBLIC user
    have different forms of authority and you want to authorize a new
    user profile to have the same authority as the *PUBLIC user. This
    would allow you to make the new user profile a group profile for
    designated profiles and then set the *PUBLIC user to *EXCLUDE to
    prevent access by non-authorized users. This allows members of the
    group to have the same authority as they had before.

-   CLCLRGVAR

    The Calculate Large Variable command allows CL to work with
    character variables that exceed 15 bytes in length and contain up
    to 30 digits. Simple operations of Add, Sub, Multiply, and Divide
    are supported. Any values placed in the Factors are right aligned.
    The return result must be specified as *CHAR LEN(30) and will be
    right adjusted by default with leading blanks. A return value
    exists for a minus sign.

-   CMPDAT2

    The Compare Date 2 command provides a simple comparison of a
    specified date to the current date plus or minus a number of days.
    A return variable that will contain GE or LT must be specified.
    The command is very efficient if the dates to be compared are in
    the current year. CMPDAT2 provides a simple method of determining
    whether a date is in a range of days from the current date.

-   CRTALLPRX

    The Create All Proxy command checks for or re-creates commands as
    a proxy type that have the same name as a command in either QSYS
    or TAATOOL. Normal user commands are bypassed. Using proxy
    commands is safer for growth and should be used rather than
    duplicating a command object.

-   CRTINZRCD

    The Create Initialized Record command creates one initialized
    record from an existing file into a new file. When using the DFT
    DDS keyword on many physical file fields, you may want to ensure
    the defaults are set correctly. CRTINZRCD creates an all default
    record to allow a review. The PRTDB2 command can be helpful in
    reviewing the values in the new file.

-   CVTIFSDAUT

    The Convert IFS Data Authority command converts the output of the
    RTVIFSEAUT or CVTIFSEAUT commands individual fields to the
    description for data authorities that is seen using WRKLNK (option
    9 for Work with Authorities). For example, if Read and Execute are
    the only individual data authorities that are specified, *RX would
    be returned.

-   CVTOBJAUT

    The Convert Object Authority command creates an outfile of
    authorities for one or more objects in a library. The model file
    is QAOBJAUT (same as used by DSPOBJAUT). The outfile is always
    OBJAUTP with a format name of QSYDSAUT. The system command
    DSPOBJAUT allows output for a single object.

-   DSPFMTSEQ

    The Display Format Sequence command displays the fields in a
    physical or single format logical file in various sequences such
    as by field name or type and length. When a file has a large
    number of fields, DSPFMTSEQ may be helpful in reviewing the fields
    in the format.

-   DSPOBJDMG

    The Display Object Damage command displays object damage as
    reported by the object list API (QGYOLOBJ). This may not be the
    only damage to an object. If damage is reported, you should
    re-create any such objects.

-   DSPTRGSTS

    The Display Trigger Status command displays the trigger status of
    the programs for one or more files in one or more libraries. An
    'escape' parameter exists to allow you to send an escape message
    if one or more programs are disabled or inoperative.

-   EXPFIL

    The Expire File tool is a series of commands that allow you to set
    an expiration date for a file of any type. The system supports an
    expiration date for members, but not for files. You must
    have *ALLOBJ authority to use any of the commands in the EXPFIL
    tool.

-   RTVMSGD3

    The Retrieve Message Description 3 command retrieves the format of
    the replacement data descriptions for a specific message ID. A
    large variable is returned made up of 20 byte elements for up to
    49 replacement descriptions. Each element contains the type, the
    length, and the number of decimal positions if any. The QMHRTVM
    API is used.

-   SCNDBFFLD2

    The Scan Data Base Field 2 command is intended for name and
    address data base files when some pieces of a name and address are
    known but not all. SCNDBFFLD2 scans up to 5 character fields for
    up to 5 15 byte strings each. For example, if you know a string of
    letters from a name and a few from the address, SCNDBFFLD2 can
    help find the record.

-   TRGSAMPLE

    The Trigger Sample tool provides some sample objects for learning
    how to write a trigger program. Starting with a sample that uses
    standard field names for basic trigger fields and your own field
    names for your data base file makes it simple to write a trigger
    program. You must copy the code from the TAA Archive to be able to
    work with it.

-   UPDPFILE2

    The Update PFILE 2 command updates one or more LF source type (not
    LF38) members to change the PFILE keyword to a library qualified
    value. This allows the source to be changed to indicate that the
    LF should be built over a PF in a specific library. If the
    existing physical file is on the library list, attempting to
    create the new logical file over a copy of the physical can often
    result in the logical being built over the wrong physical file.

-   WRKOWNOBJ

    The Work Owned Objects command provides a work display for a user
    profile's owned objects. The outfile from DSPUSRPRF TYPE(*OBJOWN)
    is used internally to provide the basic information. Various
    options exist to work with the objects such as change, delete,
    display, duplicate, etc.

Enhancements

-   CRTDBFJRN

    A new parameter has been added for GENLVL.

-   CVTLIBCNT

    A new field has been added to the outfiles for the library ASP
    device name.

-   DYNMNU

    Two new commands MTNMNUHST and MTNMNUCMD have been added to assist
    in the cleanup of the MNUHSTP and MNUCMDP files. Both commands
    allow a retention date.

-   JOBACG

    The ANZJOBACG command now supports selection on the number of CPU
    seconds used.

-   PRTLIBANL

    The ASP parameter now supports 1-99. The ASPDEV parameter has been
    added.

-   PRTLIBCNT

    A new option exists to sequence on the ASP device name. The ASP
    device name now appears on the listing.

-   SNDUSRBRK

    A new parameter has been added to allow control over whether the
    user receives a message at each signed on workstation or only the
    first.

Fixes

-   CPYSPLFIFS

    The objects in QTEMP are now cleaned up. A restriction is now
    stated relative to the owner or whether *ALLOBJ is required. The
    program was not monitoring for an IFS object not found. This has
    been corrected.

-   CVTAUDLOG3

    The command has been updated to use the *TYPE5 journal entries now
    used by the AUDLOG tool.

-   CVTOBJD3

    The use of DSPOBJD to the outfile TAATMPOBJ did not create
    a *NOMAX size file. This has been corrected.

-   RTVPFSRC

    The CCSID keyword was added if the field type of date, time, or
    timestamp. This is invalid and the keyword is now dropped. Also
    caused error with CRTDBFJRN.

Incompatibilities

-   CVTDTAQ

    The TAADTQMP file is now a keyed file by entry number.


2012-10-15 (R55)

New

-   CLRJOBQ2

    The Clear Job Queue 2 command clears selected jobs from a job
    queue. Jobs may be cleared based on a combination of selection
    criteria such as job, user, status, and priority. At least one
    selection type must be made. A job must satisfy all selection
    types specified to be ended. A 'check option' exists to allow a
    determination of which jobs would be ended.

-   CLROUTQ3

    The Clear Output Queue 3 command clears selected spooled files
    from an output queue. Spooled files may be deleted based on a
    combination of selection criteria such as job, user, form type,
    status, and priority. At least one selection type must be made. A
    spooled file must satisfy all selection types specified to be
    deleted. A 'check option' exists to allow a determination of which
    spooled files would be deleted.

-   CPYMSG

    The Copy Message command copies one or more messages with a
    specific message ID from one external message queue to another.
    The message is copied to the To queue by the use of SNDPGMMSG. A
    selection by job, user, and job number may also be made.

-   CPYPGMQM

    The Copy Program Message Queue Message command copies one or more
    messages from the current job's program message queue to an
    external message queue. You must use RTVMSGKEY to mark the
    boundary of where messages should begin to be sent from. CPYPGMQM
    may be used in special debugging situations or on a normal basis
    to capture problem determination information instead of the entire
    job log.

-   CVTJRNRCVD

    The Convert Journal Receiver Directory command creates an outfile
    with one record per journal receiver for a specific journal. The
    API QjoRetrieveJournalInformation is used. The outfile is always
    JRNFILP with a format name of JRNRCVR. This is the same outfile as
    was used by CVTJRNA.

-   CVTOBJD6

    The Convert Object Description 6 command creates the OBJDSCQ
    outfile of objects similar to DSPOBJD. However, the output records
    contain only the object, library, object type, object attribute,
    user attribute, and text description. The advantage of this
    approach is that the system does not have to determine the size of
    the objects. If a file has many members, the basic information can
    be retrieved quickly.

-   DSPEMTAUTL

    The Display Empty Authorization List command displays
    Authorization Lists (not owned by QSYS) that do not control any
    objects. This includes library objects, IFS objects, and DLS
    objects. An option exists to include all Authorization Lists (not
    owned by QSYS).

-   DSPEMTMSGF

    The Display Empty Message File command displays one or more
    message files that have no message IDs. A flag may be set if the
    message file has not been used in the last n days. An option
    exists to list all message files. DSPEMTMSGF can be helpful in
    cleaning up unused message files.

-   DSPEMTSAVF

    The Display Empty Save File command displays or lists one or more
    save files that have no objects. The default is to bypass save
    file names beginning with Q as there may be many PTF save files in
    existence.

-   DSPEMTSPC

    The Display Empty User Space command displays or lists one or more
    User Space objects where the User Space contains only the initial
    value described when CRTUSRSPC was used. An option exists to list
    all User Space objects. DSPEMTSPC can be helpful in cleaning up
    unused User Space objects.

-   DSPIPLHST

    The Display IPL History command displays or lists the dates and
    times that an IPL has occurred within a range of dates. The
    inclusion of the normal power down entries is optional as well as
    IPL completion. You must be using the CVTQHST2 tool command to
    first convert the QHST information.

-   DSPOBJ2

    The Display Object 2 command provides a subfile display of one or
    more objects. The display format is similar to WRKOBJ, but
    supports only a single option 5=Display. This invokes the TAA
    DSPOBJD2 command which provides other display options such as
    DSPOBJAUT and the F8 option which changes based on the object type
    to allow a display of additional details.

-   DSPPTFSAVF

    The Display PTF Save File Summary command provides a summary of
    save files for each release and product ID combination. This
    allows a review of how much space is being taken by PTF save files
    in QGPL.

-   DSPWTR

    The Display Writer command is similar to the system WRKWTR
    command, but allows only display options plus describing the
    number of files in the associated output queue. The command is
    intended for end users who need to display information about one
    or more writers, but should not be able to make any changes. An
    optional method of displaying the output queue associated with the
    printer is provided.

-   DSPWTRSTS

    The Display Writer Status command displays the status of a writer.
    The printer device name must be entered. No change options are
    supported. This allows typical end users to determine the writer
    status without providing options to change.

-   DUPCHAR

    The Duplicate Characters command duplicates a string of 1 to 50
    characters to a return variable. An output length must be
    described. The return variable must be 32,000 bytes. DUPCHAR can
    be used as a testing aid or for other unique situations.

-   EDTLRGVAR

    The Edit Large Variable command provides editing for a large
    character variable that contains numeric data. Some system
    functions return large character variables that exceed 15 digits
    and place them in *CHAR variables. A *CHAR input value of up to 30
    bytes is supported. The return CHROUT value must be declared
    as *CHAR LEN(43).

-   SCNQHST

    The Scan QHST command scans QHST information for a string of
    characters. You must first convert the QHST information using the
    CVTQHST2 command of the DSPQHST2 tool. Selection of which messages
    to scan may be made on a date range, Job, User, Job number, and
    Message ID. The scan occurs on the first level text and the
    message data of the each message.

-   WRKJOBQ2

    The Work Job Queue 2 command is similar to the system WRKJOBQ
    command, but allows all or a generic named job queue in a named or
    generic library. Similar options exist as with WRKJOBQ to work
    with, hold, release, etc. If you have multiple job queues in the
    same library, WRKJOBQ2 can be helpful in reviewing the jobs.

-   WRKROMNUM

    The Work Roman Numeral tool provides 3 commands. CVTFRMROM
    converts from a Roman Numeral such as LX to a decimal value.
    CVTTOROM converts from a decimal value to a Roman Numeral value.
    WRKROMNUM provides a work display with both functions.

Enhancements

-   AUDLOG

    The new RFMAUDLOG command may be used to increase the size of the
    entry data field.

-   CVTJOB

    A new field has been added to the outfile for active job status.

-   CVTJRNA

    The JRNRCVP file is now output by the CVTJRNRCVD command.

-   CVTMODINF

    A new field has been added to the outfile for Close SQL cursors.

-   DSPSBMJOB

    A new parameter has been added to allow a constant to be used
    instead of the program name when SPLF(*PGM) is specified.

-   JOBACG

    A new command RTVJOBACGR (Retrieve Job Accounting Record) has been
    added.

-   MTNJRN

    If a single journal is specified, the MTNJRN data area will be
    created in QTEMP with information regarding the receiver that was
    created (if any), the number of deleted receivers, and the amount
    of deleted storage.

-   RGZALLPFM

    New parameters have been added to better match the RGZPFM system
    command.

-   RGZLIB

    A new parameter has been added to allow bypassing of files that
    are being journaled.

-   RTVILEMODA

    A new parameter has been added for CLSSQLCURS.

-   SBMJOBSCDE

    A new parameter for USRPRF has been added to allow either the name
    in the job schedule entry or a specific user profile. You must be
    authorized to the profile to be used.

-   SCNVAR2

    The size of the PATTERN has been increased from 999 to 5000.

-   SPLARC

    A new command (DSPSPLARCS) has been added to provide different
    types of summaries of the spool audit records.

Fixes

-   AUDLOG

    The AUDLOGP file now supports 20 byte journal entry sequence
    numbers. The RFMAUDLOG command has been added and is required to
    reformat the existing files. Longer entry data characters were
    being dropped. This has been corrected.

-   CHG128PWD

    The CHG128PWD command had the wrong library qualifier for the
    TAASEKKC9 program. It should be TAASECURE. The TAASEKKC program
    attempted to run CHG128PWD2 from TAATOOL2 instead of TAATOOL.
    These errors have been corrected.

-   CHKIBMLIB

    User libraries were not being properly considered when
    LIB(*ALLUSR) was specified. This has been corrected. Other tools
    such as CHKALLDBD and CVTLIBDBF were impacted.

-   CLPDBR

    The TAADBKNR51 program did not specify a return which caused the
    compilation to fail with the latest PTF. This has been corrected.

-   CMPSYSVAL

    Additional entries for QAUDCTL are now being compared. Additional
    entries for QSSLCSL are now being converted. This applies to V6R1
    and following IBM i releases.

-   CPYSPLFIFS

    The command requires less authority t use. This is due to the
    CHKPRDOPT system command being checked by a program that adopts
    and the use of RTVIFSED which no longer requires authority to the
    TAACVTIFS Authorization List.

-   CVTAUTLOBJ

    In some cases, the same objects were output twice. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTCMDA

    If the command information cannot be retrieved using the sub tool
    RTVCMDA, the value '**RTVERR**' is placed in the CACPP field. If a
    CPF6250 retrieve error occurs, CVTCMDA no longer ends with an
    escape message.

-   CVTJRNA

    The writing of the JRNRCVP file is now done via the new tool
    CVTJRNRCVD. This allows greater than 1500 journal receivers to be
    converted. LF38 file types were not being handled. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTLIBDBF

    The proper format is now checked for and a specific error message
    is used to describe how to recover if differences exist.

-   CVTPGMA

    Escape message CPF9806 (cannot perform operation) are now
    bypassed. A similar change has been made to CVTPGMA2 and
    CVTMODINF.

-   CVTPING

    Message TCP3206 (no response in n seconds) is now being checked
    further. This avoids zeros in many fields in the outfile.

-   CVTPRTSTS

    If a specific printer devices was named, all devices were output.
    The device description was blank in the outfile. These errors have
    been corrected.

-   CVTSAVFD

    The TAASPACE *USRSPC object was not being created. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTSYSVAL

    Only the first entry for QAUDCTL was being converted. The multiple
    entries for QSSLCSL were not being converted. These errors have
    been corrected. This applies to V6R1 and following IBM i releases.

-   CVTWRKSPLF

    The EXPDATE(*NONE) value did not convert any spooled files that
    had blanks in the expiration date field. This has been corrected.

-   DSPACGSGN

    The user profile name was blank on the listing. This has been
    corrected.

-   DSPOBJD2

    A generic library name was not properly handled. Libraries that
    did not match were included. This has been corrected. Better
    handling of errors from sub functions has been included along with
    a better error message if a single object request failed.

-   DSPSBMJOB

    If F5 was used to refresh, the command aborted in some cases
    because the user space did not exist. The size of the internal
    array has been increased from 1000 to 2000 jobs.

-   DSPWHRUSE

    The CRTWHRUSE command was failing if QUERY(*YES) was specified and
    no query objects existed. This has been corrected.

-   HLDJOB2

    The command did not find jobs on the job queue. This has been
    corrected. The interface has been reworked so the JOBTYP parameter
    is now JOBSTS.

-   JOBACG

    The RFMJOBACG command failed if converting from V5R4 to V7R1
    because a logical file did not exist. This has been corrected.

-   QRYUSE

    The CRTQRYUSE command was failing on some attempts to access the
    outfile of objects.

-   RLSJOB2

    The command did not find jobs on the job queue. This has been
    corrected. The interface has been reworked so the JOBTYP parameter
    is now JOBSTS.

-   RTVIFSED

    The command (and RTVIFSED2) no longer checks for authorization to
    the TAACVTIFS authorization list.

-   RTVSAVFD

    The TAASPACE *USRSPC object is deleted in QTEMP when the command
    completes.

-   SAVCHG23

    The command was failing on SAVSECDTA. This has been corrected.

-   SCNDUPRCD

    The command failed in some cases if a large number of duplicate
    groups were found. More than 9999 are now bypassed.

-   SCNSPLF

    The size of the internal file in QTEMP has been set to *NOMAX.

-   SCNSPLF2

    The size of the temporary file in QTEMP has been changed
    to *NOMAX.

-   SNDESCMSG3

    The command failed if used in batch. Instead of creating a message
    queue in QTEMP, the existing TAAMSGF message file is used to
    correct the problem of QTEMP being cleared by the system at job
    end. The same change has been made to SNDPGMMSG2.

-   SNDSPLPDF

    Less authority is now required. See the changes for the sub tool
    CPYSPLFIFS.

-   SNDTXTMAIL

    When logging was used with multiple send-to's, the recipient type
    was set to blanks causing a failure. This has been corrected.

-   STRJRNLIB2

    CVTOBJD4 is now used instead of DSPOBJD to create outfiles. This
    fix was not put into V5R4 and previous releases.

Incompatibilities

-   AUDLOG

    The AUDLOGP file now supports 20 byte journal entry sequence
    numbers. The RFMAUDLOG command has been added and is required to
    reformat the existing files.

-   CVTCMDA

    If a command cannot be retrieved using the sub tool RTVCMDA, the
    value '**RTVERR**' is placed in the CACPP field. If a CPF6250
    retrieve error occurs, the command now completes normally.

-   HLDJOB2

    The command interface has changed. The JOBTYP parameter is now
    JOBSTS.

-   RLSJOB2

    The command interface has changed. The JOBTYP parameter is now
    JOBSTS.

-   RTVIFSED

    Authorization to the RTVIFSED command (and RTVIFSED2) is
    now *PUBLIC. Prior to this, a check occurred in the CPP to
    ensure *USE authority to the TAACVTIFS *AUTL.


2012-07-15 (R54)

New

-   ADDHEX

    The Add Hexadecimal command adds or subtracts two hexadecimal or
    decimal values and returns either or both a hexadecimal or decimal
    value. Either unsigned or signed hex values may be entered. ADDHEX
    can be helpful when viewing dumps or user spaces.

-   CHGDTAQD

    The Change Data Queue Description command changes one or more
    attributes for a data queue. Only standard data queues are
    supported (not DDM data queues). The API QMHQCDQ is used. Not all
    attributes are supported by the API.

-   CHGFUNCNAM

    The Change Function Name command allows you to change the
    description of the Function field on WRKACTJOB to provide a better
    indication of what a job is doing. The command must be used in a
    CL program and not from a command entry line. The value on
    WRKACTJOB would appear as USR-xxxx where xxxx is the 10 bytes
    specified on CHGFUNCNAM.

-   CHKCCSID

    The Check CCSID command checks one, generic, or all objects in a
    library for a specified CCSID. An escape message (TAA9891) is sent
    if any exceptions exist and a listing is displayed. Only the
    object types that support a CCSID are checked.

-   CHKDEC

    The Check Decimal command checks a string of up to 512 bytes for
    whether only digits 0-9 exist. Embedded blanks are considered
    invalid. A check for a leading and trailing minus sign is
    optional.

-   CHKJOBSTS

    The Check Job Status command provides a simple test to determine
    if a job exists and what the status is (such as *JOBQ, *ACTIVE,
    or *OUTQ). A job type such as INT or BCH may also be specified. An
    exception message is optional if more than one job meets the
    criteria.

-   CHK1STMBR

    The Check 1st Member command checks one or more files to determine
    if the first member has the same name as the file. Exceptions are
    displayed or listed. Source files are implicitly bypassed. Only
    data base data files that can have members are checked (DDM is
    excluded).

-   CLRGENSRC

    The Clear Generic Source command clears generic members in one or
    more source files in a specified library. Special values such
    as *STD may be used for the source file name to clear generic
    members from source files such as QCLSRC and QCMDSRC. The default
    is ACTION(*CHECK) which describes in messages the members that
    would be cleared.

-   CVTJRNOBJ

    The Convert Journal Objects command converts the objects that are
    being journaled from a specified journal to an outfile. Different
    object types are handled including IFS objects. The outfile is
    always CVTJRNP which uses the model file TAAJROTP and a format
    name of JRNOBJR.

-   DLTGENPRF

    The Delete Generic Profile command deletes profiles using a
    generic user profile name. User profiles starting with the letter
    'Q' or owned by the system cannot be deleted. The default is
    ACTION(*CHECK) which does not delete any profiles.

-   DLTLSTUSE

    The Delete Last Used command deletes objects in a library based on
    the last used date and the number of days specified. If an object
    has never been used, the create date is used instead. DLTLSTUSE
    provides a cleanup when objects are no longer being used.

-   DSPEMTLIB

    The Display Empty Libraries command displays or lists one or more
    libraries that have no objects. The command performs quickly as
    the simplest form of the API to retrieve object information is
    used.

-   DSPJRNOBJC

    The Display Journal Object Counts command displays or lists counts
    of object types that are being journaled to a named journal. This
    includes data base files, members, access paths, data areas, data
    queues, IFS objects, command definitions, libraries, and journal
    receivers.

-   DSPNETSVRA

    The Display NetServer Attributes command displays or lists the
    attributes associated with the i5/OS NetServer. This includes both
    the current and pending attributes.

-   DSPNETSVRS

    The Display Net Server Statistics command displays the current
    i5/OS NetServer statistics. The RTVNETSVRS command is used
    internally which runs the QZLSOLST API.

-   RTVCCSIDPF

    The Retrieve CCSID From PF command retrieves the CCSID from a
    physical file. If the file has multiple CCSIDs, TAA9896 is sent as
    an escape message.

-   RTVJRNOBJC

    The Retrieve Journal Object Counts command retrieves summary
    information for different object types that are being journaled to
    a named journal. The API QjoRetrieveJournalInformation is used.
    The counts are kept by the system (the individual object
    information is not read).

-   RTVNETSVRA

    The Retrieve NetServer Attributes command retrieves attributes
    about the NetServer. Both current and pending attributes may be
    retrieved.

-   RTVNETSVRS

    The Retrieve NetServer Statistics command retrieves the current
    statistics about the NetServer such as the number of file opens
    and the average response time. The QZLSOLST API is used.

-   WRKADDHEX

    The Work Add Hexadecimal command provides a work display for
    adding a hex or a decimal value to a hex or decimal value. The
    hexadecimal values may be entered as either unsigned or signed
    values. The result is returned as both hex and decimal values.
    Help text is provided for the display.

Enhancements

-   CAPSECINF

    A new command (RFMSECINF) has been added to reformat the files
    used if a level ID change occurs because a new version was
    installed.

-   CHKRSDSTE

    A new parameter has been added to allow an update of the date/time
    the command found that the restricted state was reached.

-   CPYTOCSV

    The maximum field size has been increased to 2000 bytes both
    before running and placing of quotes into the output data.

-   CRTDBFJRN

    A RCVRNG parameter has been added to allow additional control of
    what journal entries should be retrieved.

-   CVTJRNA

    A MBROPT parameter has been added to allow adding records to the
    outfile members.

-   CVTLIBLCK

    An OBJ and OBJTYPE parameters have been added to the command.

-   CVTOBJD3

    A generic library name is now supported.

-   CVTOBJD4

    A generic library name is now supported.

-   DLTIFS

    A new keyword DLTSYMLNK has been added to DLTIFS/DLTIFS2 to
    prevent the deletion of *SYMLNK object types. The default remains
    the same to delete them.

-   DLTOLDQRPL

    The number of hours has been increased from 99 to 999.

-   DSAUSRPRF

    A new file exists in TAASECURE that can be used to add exception
    profile names that cannot be disabled. This provides additional
    names over the 45 supported by the constant data area in
    TAASECURE.

-   DSPAUTLOB2

    A summary by object type is now provided.

-   DSPDTAQD

    New fields have been added for Auto Reclaim and Enforce Locks.

-   FAVCMD

    A REPLACE parameter has been added to the ADDFAVCMD command. A new
    command EXCFAVCMDL has been added to allow combining existing IDs
    to execute them consecutively. ADDFAVCMD may also be used after
    EXCFAVCMDL to assign a new ID for the combined set.

-   OUTFFLD

    A new command SCNOUTFFLD has been added to allow scanning for a
    string of text in the field description text.

-   RCVMSGKEY

    An new return variable has been added for the RTNMSGID.

-   RPTCMD

    The command to be entered may now be prompted with F4.

-   RTVDSPFA

    An new return variable has been added for the CCSID of the file.

-   RTVPRTFA

    An new return variable has been added for the CCSID of the file.

Fixes

-   Install

    The SECMSG *MSGF was not getting installed. This has been
    corrected. The install program TAINSBC5 was affected.

-   CHGOBJAUT2

    If the library was controlled by an *AUTL and the CRTAUT value was
    the name of an *AUTL (could be the same), the command failed. This
    has been corrected and the object being changed is now controlled
    by the *AUTL and the *PUBLIC profile set to *AUTL. This was
    causing a failure for the tools that created outfiles in this type
    of library such as CVTCLSA.

-   CMPWLDCRD

    When CMPWLDCRD or CMPWLDCRD2 was used and part of the name was
    satisfied, but not all, the compare value was not reset. This has
    been corrected.

-   CRTDBFJRN

    If INZDLTDFT(*YES) is used on a file with IMAGES(*AFTER), the tool
    now sends an escape message if the user does not have *OBJOPR
    and *OBJMGT. Prior to this change, the tool failed on CRTDUPOBJ.
    The CRTDUPOBJ command has been changed to specify CST(*NO) and
    TRG(*NO).

-   CVTAUTLOBJ

    When used with a large number of objects, the command sometimes
    failed. This has been corrected.

-   CVTDSKSTS

    In some cases, there was no TAASYSFC member which is now added.
    This has been corrected.

-   CVTJRNA

    If a journal receiver was deleted during processing, the command
    may fail. A check is now made, and if a receiver no longer exists,
    it is bypassed.

-   CVTMSGF

    The change made in Jan, 2011 for V5R4 was in error. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTOBJD3

    The OUTMBR parameter was not being processed. This has been
    corrected.

-   DSPAUTLOB2

    The objects count information was wrong in some cases. This has
    been corrected.

-   DSPIFS

    When a non-generic name was used in the OBJNAM parameter, all
    objects were being displayed. When searching for asterisks in the
    OBJNAM parameter, in some situations excess *ANDs were inserted in
    the selection. These errors have been corrected.

-   DSPSBMJOB

    The sequencing of the display is now done by both date and time
    the job entered the system.

-   FNDCMD

    In some cases the CRTFNDCMD found commands that identify
    themselves as PRX, but the RTVCMDA command failed on an unknown
    library. This error is now bypassed.

-   JOBACG

    If option 6 was used on DSPJOBACG, the prompt for the Audit Log
    library now allows an overkey by the user.

-   MTNJRN

    If a journal receiver was deleted by another job during
    processing, the command could fail. This condition is now
    bypassed.

-   PRTAUTLOBJ

    If an *AUTL was locked, the information could not be accessed and
    the command failed. This condition is now bypassed and noted in
    the output. PRTAUTLOBJ failed if an object was deleted during
    processing. This condition is now just bypassed. PRTAUTLOBJ also
    failed if an object was locked. This condition is now noted on the
    listing.

-   RCVMSGKEY

    The command now includes the ENDKEY parameter which must be filled
    from the RTVMSGKEY command which should be issued after the
    function that cause low level messages.

-   RMVOLDMSG

    The command mostly failed with no messages found as of an early
    2012 version. This has been corrected.

-   SBMSAVSNDL

    If a specific JOBQ was named, an error occurred on CHKOBJ3. This
    has been corrected.

-   SNDUSRBRK

    If a user had multiple jobs and a request for the user was made,
    not all jobs were sent to. This has been corrected.

-   WRKIFS

    The selection criteria was not handled properly when lower case
    was used in all situations. This has been corrected.

Incompatibilities

-   RCVMSGKEY

    The ENDKEY parameter has been added and is required. It should be
    filled with the value from RTVMSGKEY that should be entered before
    the function that creates low level messages.


2012-04-15 (R53)

New

-   ADJTIM

    The Adjust Time command adjusts the time of day clock. The
    adjustment is specified either plus or minus in microseconds. The
    adjustment period occurs over a period of time such as it may take
    several minutes for a few seconds to be adjusted. The time for the
    adjustment to take place is also dependent on hardware speed. The
    QWCADJTM API is used.

-   ANZCLPCMD

    The Analyze CLP Commands command analyzes the CLP commands in the
    CLPCMDP file created by the CVTCLPCMD TAA tool. A summary by
    command name is listed. Selection can occur by such things as a
    source file name and library.

-   CHKLVLMSG

    The Check Low Level Message command allows you to monitor for a
    message ID sent by a command that does not send an escape message.
    The message being sent must be from a message file (it cannot be
    an 'impromptu' type). See the example in the tool documentation
    for how to use CHKLVLMSG.

-   CMPDBF3

    The Compare Data Base File 3 command compares a member from two
    data physical files. The files are copied to temporary files in
    QTEMP and a logical file is built over each file with the key as
    the entire record. The From file is then read and an attempt is
    made to to randomly access the same key in the To file. Exceptions
    are noted. The process then repeats for the To file.

-   CPYFRMSTM2

    The Copy From Stream File 2 command is a front end to the system
    CPYFRMSTMF command. CPYFRMSTM2 uses a normal object prompt for a
    file and member to allow a simple copy from an IFS stream file to
    a data base member or save file. Only a member of a program
    described physical file, a member of a source physical file, or a
    save file may be copied to.

-   CPYSPLF3

    The Copy Spooled File 3 command splits a spooled file into
    multiple spooled files based on a change in value of the data at a
    specific line and position of each page. Assume you have a report
    by salesman for all salesmen and want to split the report so there
    is separate spooled file for each salesman. The salesman number
    must be listed at the same location on each page, but does not
    have to be on the first line.

-   CPYTOFLAT

    The Copy to Flat File command copies an externally described file
    to a flat file (a single field file). Decimal and binary fields
    are converted to character and an extra position is added for the
    sign value for all decimal fields. The flat file must not exist
    and is created by the command with a length large enough to hold
    the data. CPYTOFLAT can make a human readable data base file.

-   CPYTOSTMF2

    The Copy To Stream File 2 command is a front end to the system
    CPYTOSTMF command. CPYTOSTMF2 uses a normal object prompt for a
    file and member. The TOSTMF name defaults to allow a simple copy
    from a data base member to an IFS stream file in the user's home
    directory. Only a member of a program described physical file, a
    member of a source physical file, or a save file may be copied.

-   CVTAUTLOBJ

    The Convert Authorization List Objects command converts
    information about library objects, IFS objects, and or *DLS
    objects for one or more Authorization Lists to an outfile. Each
    object is represented by one record which includes the full path
    name. Library objects are also described with their library names.

-   CVTCLPCMD

    The Convert CLP Command command converts CL commands from CL type
    source to an outfile. One record would be written for each command
    with the identifying information such as member name, sequence
    number, and last change date. Some commands such as SBMJOB or IF
    which contain a sub command will also cause a record to be written
    which is identified as a sub command.

-   CVTOBJDAT

    The Convert Object Description Date command is intended for
    converting the MMDDYY format used in the date fields of the
    DSPOBJD outfile. The date is returned in the CYYMMDD format. The
    CPP may be called directly.

-   DSPAUTLOB2

    The Display Auth List Objects 2 command differs from the system
    DSPAUTLOBJ command by 1) providing *IFS and *DLS objects in
    addition to library objects and 2) allowing a generic name or all
    Authorization Lists. The full path name (up to 5000 bytes) is
    displayed or listed.

-   DSPCLPCMD

    The Display CLP Command command displays commands from the CLPCMDP
    file created by CVTCLPCMD. Various search criteria such as the
    source file library may be named. DSPCLPCMD provides a fast access
    for where a specific command name has been used.

-   DSPDBFFLD

    The Display Data Base Field command displays the attribute
    information for a field in a physical file or a single format
    logical file. The attributes include such things as the length,
    decimal positions, buffer position in the record, text, and column
    headings.

-   DSPLIBAUT

    The Display Library Authority command provides a listing of one,
    generic, or all objects in a library with the individual
    authorizations to objects. One line is output for each authorized
    user. Selections can be made by different parameters such as
    object type.

-   DSPTIMADJ

    The Display Time Adjustment command displays the information
    regarding a time adjustment. See the TAA command ADJTIM for a
    method of changing the time of day clock forward or backward n
    seconds. DSPTIMADJ displays the information of whether an
    adjustment is being made and if so how much time is needed to
    complete the adjustment. The RTVTIMADJ command is also included
    which uses the QWCRTVTM API.

-   RMVEQLSRC

    The Remove Equal Source command removes members from a test type
    of source file that are a 100% match to a corresponding member in
    a production type of source file. The default is ACTION(*CHECK) to
    allow you to see what would be removed by ACTION(*REMOVE).
    RMVEQLSRC can purge the members that are no longer needed in a
    test type of source file.

-   SBMFTPCMD

    The Submit FTP Command command submits a single command to run on
    another System i that is connected via FTP. It could be another
    LPAR partition on the same physical hardware. Like SBMNETJOB or
    SBMRMTCMD, SBMFTPCMD provides a simple method of submitting a job
    to another system, but uses the more popular FTP protocol.

-   SNDOBJMAIL

    The Save and Mail Object command simplifies sending objects as an
    attachment to an Email. The command uses the sub tools SAVOBJIFS
    and SNDIFSMAIL to create a save file in QTEMP, save the object(s),
    copy the save file to an IFS stream file, and attach the stream
    file to an Email which is sent using the SNDDST system command.
    The TAA Tool RSTOBJIFS may be used to restore the object(s).

-   SNDSPLPDF

    The Send Spooled File as a PDF command sends a normal spooled file
    as a PDF to one or more users. This allows the end user to view
    the information with a technique that he may be more familiar
    with.

Enhancements

-   CMPDBF2

    The limit of the number of key fields has been increased from 6 to
    10.

-   CVTALLJOBQ

    A new parameter has been added for ASPDEV.

-   CVTALLOUTQ

    A new parameter has been added for ASPDEV.

-   CVTASPA

    A new field has been added for the number of multiple connection
    units.

-   CVTDSKSTS

    New fields have been added to the outfile.

-   CVTOBJD4

    A new parameter has been added for ASPDEV. The OBJTYPE parameter
    is now a list that supports up to 300 object types.

-   CVTOUTQ

    The QGYSERVER job is now ended when CVTOUTQ completes. The same
    change has been made to CVTWRKSPLF.

-   CVTWRKSBS

    A new parameter exists to allow a specific or generic subsystem to
    be named.

-   DLTOLDSPLF

    The ASPDEV parameter has been added. The LIST parameter now
    supports the special value *SYSBAS to allow bypassing of output
    queues in the system basic ASP.

-   DSPLIBSIZ

    The ASPDEV parameter has been added.

-   DSPOBJSIZ

    A minimum size parameter has been added.

-   FNDJOB

    New parameters have been added to allow a selection of a start and
    end date compared to when the job went active.

-   JLGCTL

    A new option for the CVTJLGCTL DLTCVTJLG parameter of *YES2 allows
    deletion of job logs that are converted by both the current use of
    CVTJLGCTL and a prior use that still exist to be deleted.

-   RTVASPSTS

    The new return parameter exists for the number of multiple
    connection units. The new value is displayed with DSPASPA2.

-   STRTRCDBG

    The command now checks to see if the ILE debugger can be used.

-   SYSHST

    The total number of spooled file members with data is now
    displayed.

-   TIMRCD

    The DSPTIMRCD command now also displays the time difference in
    Hours/Minutes/Seconds.

Fixes

-   CHKIBMLIB

    Some libraries beginning with Q were not bypassed by *ALLUSR.

-   CMPSRC

    The spooled file name of unmatched members was TAAPRT1. This has
    been corrected to be the member name.

-   CPYTOCSV

    An index error was caused if a large field was to be converted and
    the field size increased beyond 500 due to additional quotes and
    double quotes. The output size of the output field has been
    increased to 600 and a specific error message has been added if
    this size is exceeded.

-   CVTDSKSTS

    Misleading MCH1210 messages have been removed from the job log.

-   CVTWRKSBS

    An internal variable was defined as a length of 8 instead of 10
    for the subsystem name. This has been corrected.

-   DSPDLTSPC

    The internal field for deleted space was increased from

-   DSPJOBSCDC

    If a *MONTHLY job was scheduled for *MONTHEND or *MONTHSTR, the
    command failed. This has been corrected. 11/0 to 15/0.

-   DSPQHST2

    If a specific user was specified along with a message ID to omit,
    the code looped. This has been corrected.

-   PRTBIGOBJ

    A generic name in the OMITLIB parameter failed. This has been
    corrected.

-   QRYUSE

    The CVTQRYUSE command was not converting all files used in some
    queries. The support is now better, but may never be perfect.

-   RTVNBRACT

    The request for a specific subsystem failed if the user was not
    authorized to all subsystems. This has been corrected.

-   RTVPFSRC

    The CCSID keyword is now handled with the *CONVERT and *NORMALIZE
    options. The DDS field length for G (Graphic) field type is now
    correct. This change improves the CRTDBFJRN capability.

-   SNDSTSCNT

    The code now ensues that a TOTCNT value greater than 0 is
    specified for the *PCT or *BAR options.

-   SNDTXTMAIL

    The code required that a MAILADR library exist when SENDTO(*INT)
    was specified. This has been corrected. The same change has been
    made to SNDIFSMAIL and SNDSPLMAIL.

-   TIMRCD

    If a job ran past midnight, the wrong total time was reported.
    This has been corrected.

-   WRKRMTOUTQ

    The text for the output queue was wrong if OUTPUT(*(PRINT) was
    used. This has been corrected.

-   WRKSBSJOBQ

    The previous fix for a missing library did not blank the previous
    library name. This has been corrected.

Incompatibilities

-   RTVCCSID

    TAA9891 is now sent as an escape message if the file being
    retrieved is a source file.


2012-01-15 (R52)

New

-   ANZOUTQ

    The Analyze Output Queue command provides summary information for
    various attributes of spooled files in an output queue such as by
    form type, by user, by schedule, by open date, etc. For each
    category, a count is also supplied. ANZOUTQ provides a good
    summary of what exists.

-   CHG128PWD

    The Change 128 Password command is intended for those environments
    using 128 byte passwords where a change to a user password should
    be replicated on one or more systems.

-   CHKAUDLOGP

    The Check AUDLOGP command checks audit entries for valid changes
    to the AUDLOG TAA Tool AUDLOGP file. CHKAUDLOGP helps ensure that
    the AUDLOGP file is a true representation of the QAUDJRN journal.
    You must be using the QAUDJRN journal and the AUDLOG tool.

-   CHKJOBACGP

    The Check JOBACGP command checks audit entries for valid changes
    to the JOBACG TAA Tool JOBACGP file. CHKJOBACGP helps ensure that
    the JOBACGP file is a true representation of the QACGJRN journal.
    You must be using the QACGJRN journal and have set auditing for
    the JOBACGP file.

-   CHKMSGID

    The Check Message ID command checks if a message ID exists in a
    message file. The command completes normally if the message ID
    exists and sends TAA9891 as an escape message if it does not.

-   CHKTAACRT

    The Check TAA Create System command provides a check of all
    objects in TAATOOL to determine if they have been created on a
    TAASYSnn system. A listing is produced of any exceptions. It is
    not an error to create your own version of some TAA function, but
    CHKTAACRT provides an auditor with a tool to review if changes
    from the shipped version have occurred.

-   CMPJOBA

    The Compare Job Attributes command compares the attributes of two
    jobs. A display or listing is output of any differences found.
    When two jobs differ in how they operate, CMPJOBA may be helpful
    in identifying why they differ. This tool was introduced in 7.1.

-   CMPSPLFA

    The Compare Spooled File Attributes command compares many of the
    spooled file attributes between two spooled files. A display or
    listing is output of any differences found. When two spooled files
    differ in how the output occurs, CMPSPLFA may be helpful in
    identifying the differences.

-   CVTTIMSTM

    The Convert Time Stamp command converts a time stamp of 26 bytes
    to a return data structure. Individual fields in the data
    structure contain the the date and time in various formats such as
    CYMD, HHMMSS, the edited date, and the edited time. The CPP
    (TAATINYC) can also be called from a HLL program.

-   DLTPNDJLG

    The Delete Pending Job Log command deletes job log information
    (not QPJOBLOG spooled files) where the job log information is in a
    'PENDING' status. A 'number of days' pending may be specified to
    delete only the job log information that has been pending for n
    days. Specific, generic, or all jobs/users may be named. The
    QWTRMVJL API is used.

-   DSPJOBTYPD

    The Display Job Type Description command displays the codes and
    descriptions of different job types. Both the three character
    codes used on WRKACTJOB and the one character codes used in APIs
    are displayed with the corresponding descriptions.

-   DSPSPLFINF

    The Display Spooled File Information command displays the number
    of spooled files for one or all users. DSPSPLFINF uses the
    RTVSPLFINF command to retrieve the information which uses the
    QSPSPLI API.

-   FNDSPLF

    The Find Spooled File command can assist when you are trying to
    find a spooled file, but you are not sure of the name, the job,
    the form type, etc. FNDSPLF allows you to identify one, generic,
    or all output queues that should be searched for whatever
    information you have such as the form type or some string of
    characters within the form type. Most of the selection options
    supported by FNDSPLF allow this type of searching.

-   LUVSEU

    The Love SEU command blanks out the text of the EDT0630 message of
    QEDTMSG in QPDA that is used to describe the 'modern alternative
    to SEU'. If you love SEU, you can blank out the message and
    prevent having to see the words over and over again. The message
    ID changed is EDT0630.

-   RNMGENSRC

    The Rename Generic Source command allows a rename of generic
    members in one or more source files in a library. A single source
    file, all source files, or special values for source file names
    such as *STD may be used.

-   RTVOBJD4

    The Retrieve Object Description 4 command allows you to retrieve
    the basic information about the first or only object of a specific
    name. The library and object type default to *ALL. A total number
    of objects that match the name is returned. If more than one
    object has the same name, messages are sent describing the first
    30.

-   RTVUTC

    The Retrieve Universal Time command retrieves the coordinated
    universal date and time (UTC). UTC is based on an atomic clock
    with leap seconds added at irregular intervals to synchronize with
    the earth's rotation. It may be used interchangeably with
    Greenwich Mean Time if sub second precision is not required. UTC
    may be useful when dealing with data from around the world.

-   SECLOG

    The Security Log tool is designed to assist in auditing *ALLOBJ
    users. The SNDSECLOG command is intended to be used as the first
    command of an initial program for such a user. The command
    displays a screen and requires the user to enter a 'purpose' of
    why he is signing on. The command then sends a journal entry to
    the QAUDJRN journal with the 'purpose'. Other SECLOG commands are
    used to convert and display the information to assist in
    auditing *ALLOBJ users.

-   STRWTR

    The Start Writer command is intended to be used to start either a
    local or remote output queue. Based on the named output queue, a
    command prompt appears for either STRPRTWTR or STRRMTWTR.

-   WHOIS

    The 'Who Is' command provides basic information about a user
    profile including the last signon date and whether the user has an
    active job. The information is displayed or listed. You must be
    authorized to the TAARTVUSR2 authorization list.

Enhancements

-   CMPPGMPARM

    A new option exists to bypass the programs with no calls which
    previously produced an error.

-   CVTCFGSTS

    A new field exists in the outfile for device category.

-   DSPAUDCMD

    A new parameter has been added for job number.

-   DSPOBJD2

    A generic object name may now be entered. A generic object name is
    now also supported on CHKOBJALL, FNDOBJNAM, FNDOBJTXT, FIND2, and
    CHKOBJ4.

-   JOBACG

    The DSPJOBACG command supports a new option to access DSPAUDCMD.

-   MTNALLJRN

    A new parameter has been added to allow a deletion of journal
    receivers for journals in QUSRSYS that have not been saved, but
    have a detach date prior to the retain date specified.

-   PRTJRNRCV

    New parameters have been added to allow selection on the start end
    date of attachment. A total is now provided by journal in addition
    to the library total.

-   RTVHOLIDAY

    Constitution day has been added as well as to DSPHOLIDAY.

-   RTVOBJLST

    A generic library name is now supported.

-   RTVUSRPRF2

    New return variables have been added for status (*ENABLED
    of *DISABLED) and whether a password exists..

-   SAVOBJIFS

    The OBJTYPE parameter now allows 100 object types.

-   WRKALLSPLF

    An additional supported option exists for copying a spooled file
    to the IFS in PDF format.

Fixes

-   AUDLOG

    The MTNAUDLOG command now provides a specific message when there
    are no records in the AUDLOGP file to be maintained.

-   CHKIFSOPN

    The code did not handle the back slash character. This has been
    corrected.

-   CHKINACT2

    The job name was not properly passed to the user USRINAC2 program.
    This has been corrected.

-   CPYSPLFIFS

    The handling of PDF types was not wrong. Spooled files with a
    length greater than 132 were truncated. The use of CHKPRDOPT was
    changed from CHKSIG(*SIGNED) to CHKSIG(*NONE) to avoid setting a
    product to an erroneous state. These errors have been corrected.

-   CVTMSGF

    The code is no longer sensitive to a specific release thus
    allowing the use of the tool when a customer is on release N and
    has a N-1 TAA version.

-   CVTPING

    If the TCP3206 message showed no response, zeros were set in the
    fields. The field values for PNATTP and PNSUCC were reversed.
    These errors have been corrected.

-   CVTSYSVAL

    The function is now language independent.

-   JOBACG

    The MTNJOBACG command now provides a specific message when there
    are no records in the JOBACGP file to be maintained.

-   MAILADR

    Using WRKMAILADR, some valid E mail addresses were considered in
    error. This has been corrected.

-   PRTAUTLOBJ

    The command failed if a non-library object was controlled by the
    authorization list. These are now bypassed with a count given.

-   RTVCMDA

    The ALLOW return value now includes *IMOD and *BMOD. The value is
    also available in CVTCMDA.

-   RTVLIBSRCF

    The command now sends a specific escape message if one of
    the *SRCn data areas is blank.

-   WRKSBSJOBQ

    The command failed if the library containing the job queue did not
    exist. This has been corrected with a specific error message.

-   WRKSPLF3

    The F11 text was not correct when toggled. This has been
    corrected.

Incompatibilities

-   CMPPGMPARM

    The BYPNOCALLS parameter has been added to bypass errors caused by
    a program not having any CALLs. The default is *YES which differs
    from the previous way the command operated. Use BYPNOCALLS(*NO) to
    retain the compatibility.

-   DSPAUDCMD

    *ALLOBJ special authority is now required.


2011-10-15 (R51)

New

-   CALC

    The Calculator tool is a series of commands that allow you to use
    the system as a simple add/sub calculator and provides an optional
    listing. The CLCFILP file must be created first. Many members may
    exist in the file thus allowing both temporary and permanent lists
    to be created and changed. Each amount entered may have an
    optional text description. The last date changed exists for each
    record.

-   CHGSGNERRT

    The Change Signon Error Text tool allows changing of the error
    message text for the two invalid signon messages. CHGSGNERRT
    changes the text to a common value. The default text is 'Invalid
    signon.' The RSTSGNERRT command restores the message text to the
    original values if needed.

-   CHKOBJALL

    The Check Object All command provides a simple check to see if an
    object name exists on the system. The library qualifier and the
    object type default to *ALL. The TAA9893 escape message is sent if
    the object does not exist.

-   CHKSPLCTL

    The Check Spool Control Authority command checks for the special
    authority *SPLCTL in the current user profile or as an adopted
    function. If the user does not have the function in his job, the
    CPF9898 escape message is issued. Standard text describing the
    error is the default.

-   CMPMSGQ

    The Compare Message Queue command compares the message text of
    messages in two different message queues. The first 256 bytes of
    each message is compared and any differences are flagged. If you
    are using message queues for an application where the messages are
    data rather than text, CMPMSGQ may be helpful when a duplicate
    message queue is required.

-   CPYCVTOUTQ

    The Copy CVTOUTQ command provides a copy with selection of the
    outfile (OUTQP) created by the CVTOUTQ command. CVTOUTQ creates
    one record per spooled file with the attributes of each spooled
    file for all spooled files in an output queue. If an output queue
    contains a large number of spooled files, CPYCVTOUTQ can be used
    to create a subset to allow simpler processing.

-   CRTTAAPRX

    The Create TAA Proxy Command command should be used when a TAA
    command needs to be duplicated to a user library. A proxy command
    uses the command version in TAATOOL. This allows one set of
    authorizations to exist and prevents errors caused by typical
    changes to a TAA command in a future TAA version.

-   CVTIMGCLG2

    The Convert Image Catalog 2 command converts the image catalog
    entries for an Optical image catalog to a data base file. The
    output file is always IMGCLGDP with a model file named TAACLGDP
    and a format name IMGCLGE2.

-   CVTPRXCMD

    The Convert Proxy Command command converts from a command object
    one record for each command in a proxy command chain. One record
    will always exist for the actual command in the chain with a type
    of *CMD. The QCDRCMDI API is used. The outfile is always PRXCMDP
    which uses the model file TAACMFOP with a format name of PRXCMDR.

-   DSPALLPRX

    The Display All Proxy Commands command displays or lists all proxy
    commands for an actual command. An actual command may have several
    proxy commands either on the same chain or as separate chains.
    DSPALLPRX will help you if you are trying to identify all the
    proxy commands created for an actual command.

-   DSPDAT

    The Display Date command provides a convenient method of
    displaying information about the current date or any date in a
    range of Jan 1, 1941 to Dec 31, 2040. The fully spelled out date,
    the day of the week, the week of the year, and other values are
    shown.

-   DSPJOBSCDC

    The Display Job Schedule Calendar command displays the jobs that
    are scheduled to run from the system job scheduler for the next 7
    days (beginning tomorrow). The listing describes the jobs to be
    submitted by date and time. DSPJOBSCDC provides a good review of
    the jobs that will be submitted by the system job schedule
    function.

-   DSPOBJSRCC

    The Display Object Source Change command lists objects in a named
    library where the change date of the source member that was used
    to create the object is more current than the object create date.
    If the member does not exist, it is flagged. If a program was
    created from modules, the source for the module with the most
    current source change date is used for the comparison.

-   DSPTXTCNT

    The Display Text Count command is designed for an analysis of TXT
    type members in a source file, but may be used on any source type.
    One, generic, or all members in a source file may be analyzed.
    Total records and blank records are always counted. Up to 5
    comparison groups (such as all the ABC values in a From/To
    location within a source record) may also be compared for an equal
    value or scanned for a value.

-   LOOKUP3

    The Lookup 3 command provides a simple lookup capability to check
    whether an argument exists in an array. The array can be a large
    CL variable of up to 5,000 bytes. A generic search argument is
    supported.

-   MOVJOB

    The Move Job command moves one, generic, or all jobs from one job
    queue to another. Selection may be made on a specific or generic
    job or user name. MOVJOB simplifies moving jobs.

-   RTVIMGCLGA

    The Retrieve Image Catalog Attributes command retrieves the
    general attributes about an image catalog. This includes the type,
    the status, the number of directories, etc. The QVOIRCLD API is
    used.

-   RTVSPLFINF

    The Retrieve Spooled File Information command provides a fast
    method of determining the number of spooled files for one or all
    users. The QSPSPLI API is used.

-   SCNCMDESC

    The Scan Command Escape Messages command scans for a string of
    text in escape messages that are sent by a specific system
    command. Both the first and second level text are scanned. If the
    scan value is found in the second level text, the first level text
    is also listed. SCNCMDESC can be helpful when the text of an
    escape message is known, but not the message ID for a specific
    system command.

-   WRKSPLF3

    The Work Spooled File 3 command works in conjunction with the
    CVTOUTQ or the CPYCVTOUTQ out file. WRKSPLF3 provides a display
    similar to WRKSPLF of the spooled file records in the outfile. The
    use of CVTOUTQ/CPYCVTOUTQ provides better selection capability
    than the system WRKSPLF command. For example, WRKSPLF does not
    support an OUTQ parameter.

Enhancements

-   CHKUSRCMD

    New parameters have been added to provide for an outfile.

-   CMPPGM

    A new parameter had been added to allow a comparison of the create
    date/time.

-   CPYFRMOUTQ

    A new parameter had been added to allow sequencing

-   CPYSPLFIFS

    A new STMFTYPE has been for *PDF to allow conversion to a PDF
    type. See the command help text for the proper requirements.

-   DSPPERTAA

    The new CALC tool has been added as an option.

-   DUPTAACMD

    The command now uses the new CRTTAAPRX command to create a proxy
    command in the specified library instead of a regular command. of
    the files by job, open date/time.

-   FNDCMD

    A new option has been added to allow a display of the command
    attributes.

-   RMVOLDMSG

    A new option has been added to allow a completion message if the
    only errors are caused by failures to allocate message queues.

-   RTVSPLFA

    A new parameter has been added for CODEPAGE.

-   RTVUSRPRF2

    New parameters have been added for ASTLVL, LMTCPB, SUPGRPPRF,
    PRVSIGN, and whether the user has an active job.

Fixes

-   CHKACTUSR2

    In some cases the WRKACTL compiler source listing was not deleted.
    This has been corrected.

-   CVTOBJD4

    The tool failed if a large number of objects had to be converted
    and exceeded the user space size. The tool has been reworked to
    use DSPOBJD to an outfile and then copied to the specified file.

-   DLTDEPLGL

    If a physical file did not have any members, the command failed
    attempting to allocate the file. This has been corrected.

-   DLTOLDQRPL

    The command failed if an object was locked. Locked objects are now
    bypassed with a diagnostic. More object types are now deleted
    properly. The internal file in QTEMP is now ensure to be set
    at *NOMAX size.

-   MOVSPLF

    A MONMSG was added to CHGSPLFA for CPF3303. The same MONMSG was
    also added to other tools.

-   MTNALLJRN

    The command failed on a generic library name. This has been
    corrected.

-   PRTLVLCHK

    The return code was set to *UNKNOWN if the file was already known
    to the internal file. This has been corrected.

-   RTVCALLR

    The name of the current program was being passed back for OPM
    programs. This has been corrected.

-   RTVCMDA

    If more than 5 proxy commands existed, RTVCMDA failed. This is now
    restricted and partial information is returned. If the name of the
    proxy command differed from the actual command, the RTNLIB
    parameter was wrong. This has been corrected.

-   RTVJOBSTS

    If more than 200 jobs satisfy the selection criteria, the command
    completes normally with a diagnostic message explaining that only
    the first 200 were processed.

-   RTVLFSRC

    The command should have been specified as ALLOW(*ALL). This has
    been corrected.

-   RTVOBJLCK

    The command failed with a CPF9803 message. This has been
    corrected.

-   SAVE2

    Option 21 now correctly describes that spooled file data may be
    optionally saved.

-   SCNALLJLG

    If job logs were scanned, but no selection criteria matched, the
    command failed. This has been corrected.

-   WRKFAVCMD

    The '?' option is now prevented if there is already a leading '?'
    in the command.

Incompatibilities

-   CLRLIB2

    Both *JOBCTL and *ALLOBJ special authority are now required.


2011-07-15 (R50)

New

-   CHKACTUSR2

    The Check Active User 2 command is designed for the situation
    where you periodically want to check for a list of users to see if
    they are active. On the first use or when RESET(*YES) is
    specified, a file is built in QTEMP of the active users. The file
    is then checked to see if the specified user is active and if not,
    an escape message is issued. On subsequent uses with RESET(*NO),
    only the file is checked.

-   CHKHEX

    The Check Hex command checks a string of hex characters such as
    'C1C2C3' to ensure valid hex characters exist. A string of up to
    512 characters may be checked. You must use the RTNLOC value to
    determine if an error exists. CHKHEX can be helpful when a user is
    entering hex characters which must be validated.

-   CMPMBRD

    The Compare Member Description command compares attributes of one,
    generic, or all members (either data or source) in two different
    files. Only the member text, number of records, number of deleted
    records, and 'share' attribute are compared. Unmatched member
    names in the To file are flagged. Unmatched member names in the
    From file may be optionally flagged. CMPMBRD may be helpful when
    ensuring member attributes are identical in two files.

-   CVTDAYS

    The Convert Days command converts a range of dates to an outfile.
    The BUSCAL tool must first be used to a build a Business Calendar
    (a *USRSPC object) with the years that you want to consider. Days
    such as Sunday, New Years, Christmas, and specific dates may be
    excluded. CVTDAYS is then used to build an outfile of dates that
    have not been excluded.

-   DSPEMTIFS

    The Display Empty IFS command is a front-end to DSPIFS to provide
    a listing of the empty IFS stream files. Stream files that have an
    object size of 0 are displayed. Note that this is not the
    allocated size of the stream file. The DSPIFS command is used
    internally and the output appears with the title of 'Display IFS'.

-   DSPOUTFMT

    The Display Outfile Format command displays the fields in a format
    of the model file for commands that create outfiles. Many DSP
    commands and CVT commands support an outfile. Both system and TAA
    commands are supported. If multiple outfiles exist for the command
    (eg DSPFD), the DSPOUTFILE command is used to allow a selection.
    DSPOUTFMT may only be used interactively.

-   DSPPRFAUT

    The Display Profile Authorizations command displays one, generic,
    or all profiles and flags those where the *PUBLIC or an authorized
    user has at least *USE rights to the user profile. The
    owner, *ALLOBJ users, and certain system profiles are bypassed.
    The user profiles that are flagged represent a security exposure
    as the *PUBLIC or authorized user can submit a job as the user
    profile or swap to the user profile.

-   DSPQHSTSIZ

    The Display QHST Size command provides a simple listing with one
    line per QHSTxx file in QSYS and the total size. The date/time of
    the first and last message of each QHST version is also included
    along with the save date. This allows a review of QHST versions.

-   EDTUSRSPC

    The Edit User Space command allows data to be written or changed
    in a user space. An option on the command allows editing in
    character or hex mode. EDTUSRSPC provides a convenient method of
    storing and maintaining data in a user space object or making
    changes when data is written to a user space by another function.

-   FIXVAR

    The Fix Variable command allows an input variable to be changed by
    replacing a character with one or more characters (up to 10) or
    deleting a character. The new value is returned in a 5000 byte
    variable. The input variable may be up to 5000 bytes, but a length
    should be specified to improve performance.

-   OUTFFLD

    The Outfile Fields tool is a series of commands that allow you to
    display a field name that exists in either a system and/or TAA
    model file. This can assist in understanding the attributes of the
    field and the command which outputs the file. After the required
    files are created and the field information is converted, the
    DSPOUTFFLD command can be used.

-   PRTPAGOF

    The Print Page Of command allows you to re-print a spooled file
    where you have printed 'Page n' and change the value to 'Page n of
    n'. You must identify where the units position of the page number
    is and the line it is to print on. After re-printing, the original
    spooled file is deleted.

-   RTVMTHNAM

    The Retrieve Month Name command retrieves the name of the month
    based on a plus or minus number of months from the current month.
    Different formats of the month name are provided. The system date
    is used to determine the current month (not the job date).

-   RTVOBJLCK

    The Retrieve Object Lock command is designed to assist when an
    object is locked and you suspect there may be a single job holding
    one or more locks on the object. If only a single job holds one or
    more locks, return variables will describe the job and the
    strongest lock to allow a message to be sent. If locks exist from
    multiple jobs, the TAA9891 escape message is issued.

-   RTVSBMCMD

    The Retrieve Submitted Command command retrieves the command that
    was submitted by a SBMJOB. The job may be on a job queue, be
    active, or have completed as long as DSPJOBLOG can be used. The
    command for the first 'Request' type message is returned. Several
    restrictions exist.

-   SAVRSTJOBQ

    The Save and Restore Job Queue tool supports two commands to
    provide for a save and restore of a job queue. CVTJOBQ2 creates an
    outfile of information about the jobs on a job queue. The file can
    be saved and restored to the same or a different system. The
    SBMJOBQ2 command may then be used to read the outfile and perform
    a SBMJOB for each job found in the outfile. Some restrictions
    exist.

-   SCNALLJLG

    The Scan All Job Logs command will scan all or selected job logs
    for various criteria such as message IDs, message types, and a
    string of text. If a match is found, an abbreviated spooled file
    is written named JOBLOG. SCNALLJLG assists in finding information
    when the specified job log is not known. Selection criteria is an
    important consideration as significant performance considerations
    exist if many job logs are scanned (see the discussion on
    performance).

-   SCNMSGQ

    The Scan Message Queue command scans, one, generic, or all message
    queues in one or more libraries for up to 20 different arguments
    against the message text of the messages. A listing is output of
    the messages that match at least one of the arguments.

-   SCNVARRGT2

    The Scan Variable Right 2 command scans a variable (up to 5000
    bytes) for either the length of the data or for a string.
    SCNVARRGT2 can help determine the length of the data in a large
    variable or where a string of characters begins.

-   SIGNOFF2

    The Signoff 2 command operates as a normal signoff command except
    that ENDCNN(*YES) is the default instead of the system default
    of *NO. SIGNOFF2 is intended to be used when TELNET is used to
    start a job on another system. SIGNOFF2 may only be used during an
    interactive job. The command is specified as LMTUSR(*YES).

-   SNDPGMMSG3

    The Send Program Message 3 command allows a *DIAG, *COMP, or *INFO
    message to be sent to the caller from a sub or sub-sub program.
    This can provide better feedback when the sub program needs to
    communicate to the caller of a program. The QMHSNDPM API is used
    to allow the message to be sent up the stack.

Enhancements

-   CLRLIB2

    If one or more objects cannot be deleted, a listing

-   CMPDBF

    A better explanation of the differences is now displayed the
    number of records differ.

-   CVTIFS

    New support for multiple * values in the SELECT parameter to allow
    searching on a partial name and strings of characters.

-   CVTLIBAUT

    A new physical (TAASEIIP) and logical (TAASEIIL) have been added.
    The files are not used by CVTLIBAUT, but allow another program to
    define the keyed logical by library, object, and object type. An
    OBJ parameter has been added to allow selection by object name,
    generic name, or all.

-   CVTWRKUSR

    Additional fields have been added to the outfile for the date/time
    the job entered the system, the date/time the job went active, the
    date/time the job ended, and the job completion status.

-   DLTLIB2

    If one or more objects cannot be deleted, a listing is output of
    each error.

-   DSPAUDLOG

    New parameters have been added to allow the current or job user to
    appear on the subfile display and an end date/time.

-   DSPIFS

    New support for multiple * values in the SELECT parameter to allow
    searching on a partial name and strings of characters.

-   DSPONLINE

    An option has been added for the new DSPOUTFMT command.

-   DSPUSRSGN

    Average response time has been added to the listing.

-   EXPVAL

    A new optional return parameter may now be specified to allow for
    up to 5000 bytes.

-   FNDJOB

    A new selection criteria has been added for job type.

-   PRTSECAUD

    The CHKSAMPWD option now uses the system ANZDFTPWD command which
    produces a separate listing. This avoids any changes to the
    internal count of invalid passwords entered.

-   RTVJOBA2

    New parameters have been added to RTVJOBA2B for allow multiple
    threads, spooled file action, job log output.

-   SCNOUTQ

    A new command parameter exists to allow the output format to list
    one line for each argument found, the job, user, job number,
    spooled file name, etc.

-   SPLARC

    A new command DLTSPLARCD has been added to delete duplicate audit
    records. This can occur if a spooled file is archived and then
    moved to a different output queue. A duplicate must match on the
    system name, job, user, job number, spooled file name and number,
    open date and time, and user data to be deleted.

    A new command RMVSPLARCM has been added. This is a cleanup command
    that would normally not be used. It will remove members from the
    save files if a corresponding audit record does not exist.

-   WRKALLSPLF

    A new option exists for PRTPAGOF.

Fixes

-   AUDLOG

    The DSPAUDLOG USER parameter was checking for the job user and not
    the current user. This has been corrected.

-   CHGJOBANZD

    The command produced the wrong result if more than 1000 seconds
    were entered. This has been corrected.

-   CHGOBJAUT2

    The command failed on RTVLIBD if *CURLIB was passed. The actual
    current library is now used.

-   CHGOBJAUT2

    The command failed unless the outfile library was QTEMP. This has
    been corrected.

-   CMPDBFFMT

    A better explanation of differences in the file attributes is now
    provided.

-   CMPSRC2

    The FROMFILE parameter allowed an *ALL value which was not
    supported. *ALL has been removed from the command.

-   CRTSPLARC

    *ALLOBJ authority is now required.

-   CVTLIBAUT

    The selection criteria was not handled properly. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTMBRD

    If a file other than CVTMBRP was requested, the file size is now
    set to *NOMAX.

-   CVTMBRLST

    The command failed unless the outfile library was QTEMP. This has
    been corrected.

-   CVTOBJD4

    The command prevented operations on TAATOOL. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTPGMA2

    The module information was offset in the outfile. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTQRYUSE

    The command was not properly handling join files created with
    inner and outer join.

-   CVTSYSVAL

    The command processing is now more tolerant of non-English
    languages.

-   CVTWRKSPLF

    Generic spooled file names were not handled. This has been
    corrected.

-   DLTIFS

    When an IBM owned directory was specified with DLTDIR(*NO), an
    escape message was issued. Another error has been found dealing
    with directories in QDLS. These errors have been corrected.

-   DLTOBJ2

    If OBJATTR(*ALL) was specified with a generic object name, the
    logical files were not being deleted first. This has been
    corrected.

-   DLTOLDQRPL

    If no objects existed in the library, an escape message occurred.
    This has been corrected.

-   DMOSUBF

    The *GENERIC control function was not handled properly. This has
    been corrected for DMOSUBF and DMOSUBF2.

-   DSPQHST

    The command failed on blank dates returned from a sub program.
    This has been corrected.

-   DSPZIP

    The command was out of synch with the parameters of the CPP. This
    has been corrected.

-   JOBACG

    For ANZJOBACG, CMPCDE(*FAILED) now bypasses code 99 (job
    accounting segment).

-   PRTPRM

    The PRTPRMCMD is now tolerant of errors for commands

-   RGZLIB

    Some combinations of parameters are invalid on RGZPFM such as
    ALWCANCEL(*NO) with LOCK(*EXCLRD). These are now diagnosed by
    RGZLIB. ALWCANCEL(*YES) may only be used if the file is journaled.
    If it is not journaled, the file is flagged and bypassed. Any
    remaining files are processed.

-   RTVFMT

    In some cases the file text was returned as blanks.

-   RTVJOBA2

    The CYMDDATE value on RTVJOBA2B was set to blanks for a job on a
    job queue. The SYSLIBL and USRLIBL parameters were being returned
    as 10 character library names instead of 11. These errors have
    been corrected.

-   RTVLFA

    The WAITRCD(*NOMAX) value was returned as blanks. This has been
    corrected.

-   SAVLIBIFS

    The SNDJLGMSG failed if the text exceeded 256 bytes. This has been
    corrected.

-   SCNALLSRC2

    The handling of multiple arguments was wrong. This has been
    corrected.

-   SCNOUTQ

    The size of the TAA378 internal file is now *NOMAX.

-   TRNVAL2

    The input value field should have been declared as *CHAR
    LEN(1000). This has been corrected.

Incompatibilities

-   CLRLIB2

    TAA9896 is now sent as an escape message if the library cannot be
    cleared.

-   DLTLIB2

    TAA9896 is now sent as an escape message if the library cannot be
    deleted.

-   DSPONLINE

    Some of the option numbers have changed.

-   PRTSECAUD

    The CHKSAMPWD parameter now uses the system ANZDFTPWD command to
    produce a separate listing. The prior technique caused a change to
    the internal count of invalid passwords entered for those user
    profiles that had a name that differed from the password. The new
    technique does not cause any change to the internal count of
    invalid passwords entered.

-   SCNOUTQ

    TAA9893 is now sent as an escape message if no arguments are
    found.


2011-04-15 (R49)

New

-   CHGCNLKEY

    The Change Cancel Key command works in conjunction with the
    RTVCNLKEY tool command. CHGCNLKEY allows the setting of the Cancel
    and Exit key information which may be of value when mixing system
    and user functions. The QWCCCJOB API is used.

-   CHGDBFDAT

    The Change Data Base File Date command changes date fields in a
    file from an MMDDYY, DDMMYY, or YYMMDD format to a different
    format. This allows rearranging date fields to allow for normal
    processing based on your typical date format.

-   CHGDSPOBJO

    The Change DSPOBJD Outfile Dates command changes all date formats
    in the outfile created by DSPOBJD that are in an MMDDYY format to
    either DDMMYY or YYMMDD. The DSPOBJD outfile has several date
    fields that use the MMDDYY format regardless of the job date
    format. CHGDSPOBJO makes it easier to work with the dates if you
    want a format other than MMDDYY.

-   CHKARASPE

    The Check Data Area Spelling command checks for misspelled words
    in a *CHAR type data area (*DTAARA). The data in the data area
    would be considered as a string with blanks separating the words.
    The dictionary supplied by TAA is used by default. Special
    dictionaries may be named. See the discussion with the TAADCT
    tool.

-   CHKSPCSPE

    The Check User Space Spelling command checks for misspelled words
    in the first 32,000 bytes of a user space. The data in the user
    space would be considered as a string with blanks separating the
    words. The dictionary supplied by TAA is used by default. Special
    dictionaries may be named. See the discussion with the TAADCT
    tool.

-   CLCBOOLVAL

    The Calculate Boolean Value command provides input of 2 arguments
    of 4 byte fields and returns the result in either or both a 4 byte
    character value or an 8 byte hexadecimal value. The operation
    performed can be *OR, *AND, XOR, *NOR, *NAND, or *NOT. The
    arguments must be 1-4 byte *CHAR type fields. They may be
    variables, literals, or hex values.

-   CLRGENMBR

    The Clear Generic Members command clears one or more generic
    members in a data base file (either source or data). The system
    supports a generic capability on RMVM, but not on CLRPFM.
    CLRGENMBR provides the missing function to allow cleanup of
    certain files.

-   CVTAUTL

    The Convert Authorization List to Outfile command converts
    individual authorities for one, generic, or all authorization
    lists to an outfile. This allows various processing or queries
    against the information. The outfile is always AUTLP which uses a
    model file named TAASEIUP and a format name of QSYDSAUT.

-   DSPAUDCMD

    The Display Audit Command command displays or lists audit records
    for a specific user for the AUDLVL(*CMD) function. The AUDLOGP
    file (AUDLOG tool) is used. The user must be specified as
    CHGUSRAUD AUDLVL(*CMD) which causes an audit entry for each
    command executed (including commands run in CL programs or REXX
    procedures). DSPAUDCMD provides a tailored solution for the 'T CD
    C' journal entries.

-   DSPQHSTINQ

    The Display QHST Inquiries command displays or lists inquiry
    messages and their replies from the QHST log. The formatting
    allows a better review than the DSPLOG command. A detail option
    for additional information is available.

-   DSPUSRAUT3

    The Display User Authority 3 command displays or lists the
    authorities that have been granted to a specific user for one,
    generic, or all objects. A specific object type may be named.
    Inclusion of the user's owned objects is an option. DSPUSRAUT3
    provides a better review than DSPUSRPRF.

-   DSPUSRSGN

    The Display User Signon command displays the hours and minutes
    that one or more users were signed on. The JOBACG tool is required
    and the latest job information must be converted from the QACGJRN
    journal. The default option lists each signon by a user (from any
    device) with day and user totals for the days requested. You may
    request a day total or just a user total.

-   EXTLST3

    The Extract List 3 command accepts input from a simple list
    parameter passed from a command and returns a value that is
    suitable to be moved to a variable for listing or displaying in a
    message. One space would exist between each value returned. The
    command would typically be part of a CPP that needs to make the
    list displayable and not as it is passed to the program.

-   RCVMSGKEY

    The Receive Message Key command receives a message from the job
    log (intended for a low level message). You must first run the
    RTVMSGKEY command (part of the RMVMSGKEY tool) to set a mark in
    the job log prior to running the function that produces low level
    messages. Then RCVMSGKEY may be used to receive either a specific
    message ID or a loop may be written to receive more than one
    message.

-   RMVMSGKEY

    The Remove Message Key tool provides two commands (RTVMSGKEY and
    RMVMSGKEY) which should be bracketed around commands that produce
    messages (including low level messages) that need to be cleaned
    up. When developing CL programs, it is desirable to cleanup
    messages produced by functions within the program. Many system
    commands send messages to low level programs that cannot be
    removed by RMVMSG CLEAR(*ALL).

-   RNMIFSXLT

    The Rename IFS with Translation command renames directories and
    files described in a CVTIFS outfile (*TYPE2). Renaming is done
    character by character for up to 10 different characters that may
    be replaced. Unmatched characters are not changed. RNMIFSXLT can
    be helpful when transferring IFS objects to different system types
    which have different naming conventions.

-   RSNMSGKEY

    The Resend Message Key command resends messages from the job log
    (intended for low level messages). You must first run the
    RTVMSGKEY command (part of the RMVMSGKEY tool) to set a mark in
    the job log prior to running a function that produces low level
    messages. RSNMSGKEY may then be used to resend either a specific
    message ID or all messages from the RTVMSGKEY mark.

-   RTVCNLKEY

    The Retrieve Cancel Key command retrieves the action of the last
    system display function (including the command prompter) and
    returns the setting of the Cancel and/or Exit key. This allows a
    program using the display to determine whether the display was
    ended with the Enter key versus the Cancel or Exit key. The
    QUSRJOBI API is used to retrieve the information.

-   RTVSYSVAL4

    The Retrieve System Value 4 command is an alternative method of
    accessing a single system value. It differs from RTVSYSVAL2 in
    that the return variable allows for 5000 bytes instead of the 900
    supported by RTVSYSVAL2. The command interface is not of
    particular value, but the CPP can be called directly as an API
    which allows a simple access to any system value from a HLL.

-   SCNSRCSEU

    The Scan Source SEU command scans one or more members in a source
    file for up 20 different arguments. If an argument is found,
    STRSEU is used on the member in either *CHANGE or *BROWSE mode.
    SCNSRCSEU simplifies making changes or reviewing source when
    several members have used the same string of characters.

-   SORTRPGARR

    The Sort RPG Array command sorts compile time array data into
    ascending sequence for a named array in an RPG type source member.
    This simplifies making source changes to compile time array data
    when it is required to be in ascending sequence.

-   SYSLIBL

    The System Library List tool is a documentation member only to
    help understand the basics of how to control and audit the changes
    to libraries on the system library list. TAA Tools that can assist
    are also mentioned.

Enhancements

-   CMPALLSRC

    An outfile capability has been added.

-   CMPSRC2

    An outfile capability has been added.

-   DLTIFS

    New keywords have been added for ATRCHGDATE, DTACHGDATE, and
    ACCDATE. Better formatting and additional final counts have been
    added.

-   DSPOBJAUD

    A new keyword has been added to allow selection on the type of
    auditing.

-   JOBACG

    The 20 byte journal sequence number is now supported. The
    ANZJOBACG command supports new sequencing options and intermediate
    totals for several options.

-   MTNJRN

    A new option exists for the SAVINQMSG that allows bypassing any
    journal receivers that have not been saved.

-   PRTACG

    The 20 byte journal sequence number is now supported. Additional
    fields exist in the PRTACGP file for the spooled file open date
    and time.

-   RGZLIB

    A new keyword has been added for LOCK and *OPTIMIZE has been added
    to the RBDACCPTH keyword.

-   RPLPGM

    A new keyword has been added for GENLVL. The same parameter has
    been added to RPLMOD, RPLOBJ, and CRTTGTRLS.

-   SCNAUDLOG

    A new keyword has been added to allow bypassing of up to 10 user
    names.

-   WRKALLSPLF

    F3/F12 may now be used to end processing during a function. For
    example, if 5=DSPSPLF is used for multiple spooled files, F3/F12
    may be used during the DSPSPLF display to return to the WRKALLSPLF
    subfile.

Fixes

-   AUDLOG

    CRTAUDLOG now creates the file with a *NOMAX record size. The same
    change has been made to the PRTACG file PRTACGP.

-   CHKINACT2

    If no activity occurred, the batch program failed. This has been
    corrected.

-   CHKOLDOBJ

    The TAATMPOBJ2 file in QTEMP is now set to *NOMAX.

-   CVTARPTBL

    The field ARENTY was always set to PROXY. This has been corrected.

-   CVTLIBAUT

    If an outfile library other than QTEMP was named, the outfile data
    had only 2 records. This has been corrected.

-   CVTLIBDBF

    Special value names for the LIB parameter were failing on
    CHKGENERC. This has been corrected.

-   CVTMBRLST

    Generic member names were not being supported. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTWRKSPLF

    The From date value of *AVAIL was failing. This has been
    corrected. Additional corrections have been made when using a sub
    procedure and the handling of errors. In some cases the server job
    was not able to keep up and assumed there were no more spooled
    files. This is now handled correctly.

-   DLTIFS

    If DLTDIR(*NO) was specified and the directory was empty, it was
    being deleted. This has been corrected. It is no longer considered
    an error if after selection one or more objects exist in the
    directory.

-   DSPARPTBL

    The field ARENTY was always set to PROXY. This has been corrected.

-   DSPJOBQ

    The sequence of the jobs did not reflect the scheduled date and
    time for SCD jobs. This has been corrected.

-   EDTOBJAUT2

    The command failed if the authorized user was *GROUP. This has
    been corrected. A restriction now exists that the *GROUP
    authorizations cannot be changed (any other user profile can be
    including *PUBLIC).

-   JOBACG

    The PRTJOBACG3 command did not print the start date date properly
    if a special value was used. The ANZJOBACG command was not
    properly displaying average response time. These errors have been
    corrected.

-   RTVCMDPARM

    A value such as DFT('') was not handled. This has been corrected.

-   RTVVALA

    Values with lengths greater than 16 were failing if they had digit
    values. They are now automatically considered as character.

-   SELMAILADR

    The number of mail addresses failed after 50 entries. This has
    been fixed to allow 9999.

-   WRKIPDEV

    The F6 print function did nothing. This has been corrected.

-   WRKSPLF2

    The From/To dates were not being handled correctly This has been
    corrected.

Incompatibilities

-   CVTJOBACG

    The format of the files used by job accounting has changed. Follow
    the instructions when the error message is displayed when using
    CVTJOBACG.

-   CVTPRTACG

    The format of the files used by print accounting has changed.
    Follow the instructions when the error message is displayed when
    using CVTPRTACG.

-   WRKALLSPLF

    If multiple options are entered for spooled files on the subfile
    display (or F6 to display all), the F3 and F12 keys will now
    return to the subfile display. The Enter key should be used to
    advance to the next spooled file. This avoids the problem of
    having to invoke every option or cancel request to end.


2011-01-15 (R48)

New

-   CHGAUT2

    The Change Authority 2 command is a simple front end to the system
    CHGAUT command that operates only on objects in a library.
    Multiple users may be specified, but not all CHGAUT functions are
    supported. Unlike GRT/RVKOBJAUT, there are no low level messages
    that clutter the job log and cannot be removed.

-   CHGBIT

    The Change Bit command allows one or more bits to be changed in a
    byte to either *ON ('1') or *OFF ('0'). The bits are numbered 1 -
    8 with 1 being the high order bit. A variable must be specified
    for the &RTNBYTE parameter and all BITn parameters cannot be
    specified as *SAME.

-   CHKBIT

    The Check Bit command checks one or more bits in a byte for an on
    or off value ('1' or '0'). The bit positions are labeled 1-8 with
    1 being the high order bit. TAA9892 is sent if the bits do not
    match the requested values.

-   CHKFMT

    The Check Format command checks for a format and/or level ID in a
    file. File types that support formats may be specified. A specific
    format may be named or the special value *FIRST. Different escape
    messages are sent if the format does not exist or the level ID
    does not match. No completion message is sent if the command
    completes normally.

-   CHKIFSSPE

    The Check IFS Spelling command checks the spelling of the data in
    a stream file. The data is converted to the TAA240 source file in
    QTEMP and the TAA CHKSPELL2 command is used to check the spelling.
    Error indications appear with sequence numbers as if the data was
    in a source file. The data is limited to 240 bytes wide for the
    stream file.

-   CHKTAALIC

    The Check TAA License command provides a simple check to see if a
    valid TAA Productivity Tools license exists. The completion
    message describes whether a full or demonstration license exists.
    If a demonstration license exists, the date the license expires is
    described.

-   CRTRTVDCL

    The Create Retrieve DCLs command creates DCL commands in a CLP
    source member for a named RTV command. Rather than keying the DCLs
    manually, CRTRTVDCL may be used to generate all the DCLs for a
    retrieve command that allows return variables. The source member
    must exist.

-   CVTMBRLST2

    The Convert Member List 2 command converts the member description
    information for one, generic, or all members of a file. The output
    file is the same as that used by DSPFD *MBRLIST. The DSPFD command
    does not allow a single or generic member name. CVTMBRLST2 makes
    it simple to create a function that processes one, generic, or all
    members from a file.

-   DLTENDLIC

    The Delete End TAA License command provides a method of resetting
    the TAA license if ENDTAALIC had been used previously. This is
    intended for a situation where a mistake has been made or a change
    of plans has occurred after ending the TAA license. DLTENDLIC
    requires a special software code that may be requested from the
    TAA Productivity Tools owner.

-   DLTGRCKEY

    The Delete Grace Key command is a companion command to CRTGRCKEY.
    CRTGRCKEY is used to allow the use of the TAA Tools for a grace
    period on a system that does not have a valid license. CRTGRCKEY
    may only be used once on a system unless a reset occurs. DLTGRCKEY
    provides a reset function, but requires a special software code
    that may be requested from the TAA Productivity Tools owner.

-   DSPDBFDMG

    The Display Data Base Damage command checks for damage in the data
    base file descriptive information. Each file processed is used by
    CHKOBJ, RTVOBJD, various forms of DSPFD, and DSPFFD. An outfile of
    the damaged files is optional. The data itself is not checked.
    DSPDBFDMG is intended for the case when an abnormal system
    termination has occurred and you suspect data base damage.

-   DSPDSTQ

    The Display Distribution Queue command is a simple front end to
    the system WRKDSTQ command. Only a display is provided so no
    changes are allowed. WRKDSTQ is set as *PUBLIC(*EXCLUDE). DSPDSTQ
    adopts the authority of QSECOFR so that any user may review the
    contents of a distribution queue or all distribution queues.

-   DSPMSGQINQ

    The Display Message Queue Inquiries command displays or lists
    inquiry messages and their replies from a message queue such as
    QSYSOPR. The formatting allows a better review than the DSPMSG
    command. A detail option for additional information is available.

-   DSPPMTCMD

    The Display Prompted Command function prompts for a command and
    uses the returned string to 1) run the command via user specified
    QCMDEXC program, 2) parse the returned string into 68 byte blocks
    to be displayed, printed, sent to the job log, or written to a
    source member. Variables may be specified for the parameters of
    the command to be prompted for and will be filled at execution
    time. The variables must be declared in the program.

-   DSPSPCAUT2

    The Display Special Authority 2 command displays the combination
    of special authorities for a user, the group profile, and any
    supplemental group profiles. Selection can be made on the combined
    special authorities. DSPSPCAUT2 helps provide a better view of
    what an individual user can do.

-   DSPUIMCNT

    The Display UIM Count command counts the number of lines in one or
    more members containing UIM type source. Source types in addition
    to PNLGRP may be specified. Comment lines and blank lines are also
    counted. A percentage of comments is provided. DSPUIMCNT provides
    a better understanding of the amount of actual source versus a
    count of the number of statements in a source member.

-   FMTQLFCMD

    The Format Qualified Command command allows CL source to be
    formatted so any qualified commands begin in position 14 of the
    source with the command name. The / is placed in position 13 and
    the library name to the left. This aligns the command names for
    easier reading of the source. The command prompter formats a
    qualified name so the library name begins in position 14.

-   FNDOBJMBR

    The Find Object Member command attempts to match the source member
    name used to create an object with a source member in one or more
    source files. This is designed for the case where the source has
    been moved or duplicates exist for the same member name. One or
    more objects may be specified with one or more libraries checked
    for where the source may exist.

-   RTVPMTCMD

    The Retrieve Prompted Command command allows an input of a command
    string (such as just a command name), prompts for the command, and
    then returns the full command string including keywords without
    executing the command. Different formats are available such as for
    a command line or in a CLP source format. RTVPMTCMD is useful to
    applications that want to allow command input with prompting so
    the return command string can be run at a later time.

-   WRKFATHOM

    The Work Fathom command provides an interactive display to convert
    from fathoms, feet, cable lengths, nautical miles, and miles to
    different values. By entering a non-zero value on the left of the
    display and pressing Enter, the screen is refreshed with the
    converted value.

Enhancements

-   BUSCAL

    A new special day value has been added for Christmas Eve.

-   CHGJOBSPLF

    Selection may now be made on a generic spooled file name.

-   CHGOBJAUT

    The DLTSPLF(*YES) function no longer creates a spooled file which
    improves performance. If an error occurs, an immediate escape
    occurs.

-   CHKTAAPRD

    An indication now occurs for whether the objects found outside of
    TAATOOL were created from a TAA Tool object.

-   DSPHOLIDAY

    *CHRISTMASEVE has been added and also to RTVHOLIDAY.

-   DSPLIBSRCF

    The number of members in each file has been added to the listing.

-   DSPOBJD2

    An indication now occurs if the object last source change date is
    'down level' from the source member change date.

-   JOBACG

    Several commands now support the capability to search on the
    current user. The ANZJOBACG command prints intermediate total for
    a SEQ value of *USER or *JOB.

-   PRTMBRSUM

    A sequence parameter has been added to allow sequencing on the
    number of members, the size, and save date.

-   PRTSRCSUM

    A sequence parameter has been added to allow sequencing of the
    members within a file on the number of records, the create date,
    or the change date.

-   RGZLIB

    An optional outfile has been added that will contain one record
    for each physical member reorganized.

Fixes

-   ANZJOBACG

    The user profile name did not print in all cases. If no records
    exist, the command failed attempting to convert a blank date. The
    page counter was only 4 digits (increased to 7). These errors have
    been corrected.

-   CHKDBFMBR

    The command did not return the type of file if MBR(*NONE) was
    specified. This has been corrected.

-   CPYSPLF2

    Some merged overlaid lines were not being printed. This has been
    corrected.

-   CPYTOCSV

    Date, Time, and Timestamp field data was dropped. This has been
    corrected.

-   CPYUSRPRF

    The owner of the original user profile was not copied to the new
    profile in all cases.

-   CRTTSTJRN

    The IMAGES prompt now allows *BOTH instead of *BEFORE. Logical
    files were not being handled properly. This has been corrected.

-   CVTIFS

    An error occurred when the OBJ parameter was longer than one byte
    and ended with a /. The same error also occurred with RTVIFSED,
    RTVIFSED2, and DSPIFSED. These errors have been corrected.

-   CVTLIBDBF

    If a generic library name was entered, no files were output. This
    has been corrected.

-   CVTOBJD2

    If the library qualifier was *ALL or *ALLUSR, a check for *ALLOBJ
    was not made. This has been corrected.

-   CVTQHST2

    A very long length of the message data caused an index error. This
    has been corrected.

-   DLTIFS

    The previous change caused an error when no deletions occurred. In
    some cases, the internal OPNQRYF command used overlaid data. This
    and other minor errors have been corrected.

-   DSPDBFREL

    Not all parameters were passed to TAADBHOC2. This has been
    corrected.

-   DSPHOLIDAY

    *CHRISTMASEVE has been added and also to RTVHOLIDAY and
    CHKHOLIDAY.

-   DSPJOBQ

    The sequence of the display has changed so that date/time the job
    was placed on the job queue is now part of the sort following the
    priority.

-   ENDTAALIC

    Ending the license in the last 3 months of the year caused a demo
    date in early of the same year. This has been corrected.

-   HELPTAA

    Option 50 for TAA Updates caused an error. This has been
    corrected.

-   NBRCTR

    If WRAP(*YES) was specified, wrapping occurred one less that the
    maximum. This has been corrected.

-   RGZLIB

    RBDACCPTH(*OPTIMIZE) failed with a truncated value. This has been
    corrected.

-   SAVSNDM

    If a single member was requested, the command failed attempting to
    delete a user space. This has been corrected.

-   SCNUSRPRFA

    In some cases, incorrect values were returned. This has been
    corrected.

-   SNDOBJLCKM

    Multiple locks from the same job were not always handled properly.
    This has been corrected with a change to RTVJOBA2.

-   SNDSPLMAIL

    To prevent duplicate DLO object names being created by different
    jobs, the SUBJECT parameter now defaults to *NOTUSED and a naming
    convention is used for the subject (as seen by in the completion
    message and by the recipient). If commands were issued frequently,
    deleting the DLO object failed because the system retained a lock.
    A loop is now used of 4 times with 2 second delays attempting to
    delete the object. If it cannot be deleted, a diagnostic message
    is sent.

    The command failed when the E-Mail address contained characters
    used in an express such as a minus sign. All addresses are now
    enclosed in apostrophes. The same change has been made to
    SNDIFSMAIL, SNDTXTMAIL, and other IFS commands.

-   WRKIPDEV

    An internal value was compared incorrectly which produced the
    wrong number of devices in some cases.

Incompatibilities

-   CHGOBJAUT

    The DLTSPLF(*YES) function has been changed to no longer create a
    spooled file. No external difference will occur unless an error
    situation arises in which case an immediate escape message is
    issued.

-   SNDSPLMAIL

    The SUBJECT parameter is no longer used and any value is ignored.
    SUBJ now defaults to *NOTUSED. The subject value sent will now
    contain a unique value followed by '.TXT'. This change was
    required to prevent an error when the same subject value was used
    by multiple users thus creating a duplicate DLO name.


2010-10-15 (R47)

New

-   CHGOBJAUT2

    The Change Object Authority 2 command changes the *PUBLIC user of
    an object to the CRTAUT value of the library where the object
    exists. If the library value is *SYSVAL, the QCRTAUT system value
    is accessed and used. CHGOBJAUT2 allows existing objects to have
    their authority changed to adhere to the library default.

-   CRTTGTRLS

    The Create Target Release command assists in creating or changing
    objects to be saved for a named release. A specific or generic
    object is named or all objects in a library. Either a new library
    must be named and must not exist (it is created by CRTTGTRLS) or
    the objects in the same library will be created for the named
    release. The TAA Tool RPLOBJ is used to recreate program and
    module objects and produces a listing of the results.

-   CVTJOB

    The Convert Job to Outfile command converts the information for
    one or more jobs to an outfile. Selection may occur on the job or
    user name as well as the status (*ALL, *ACTIVE, *JOBQ, *OUTQ). The
    outfile name is JOBP which uses the model file TAAJOFKP and a
    format name of JOBRCD.

-   DSPCOMPCDE

    The Display Completion Codes command displays the job completion
    codes described in the CPF1164 message. This provides a quick
    review.

-   DSPEMTARA

    The Display Empty Data Area command displays one or more data
    areas that have no value or a zero value (*DEC type *DTAARA). A
    flag may be set if the data area has not been changed (such as by
    CHGDTAARA) in the last n days. An option exists to list all data
    areas. DSPEMTARA can be helpful in cleaning up unused data areas.

-   DSPEMTDBF

    The Display Empty Data Base File command displays data base files
    that have no members. A flag may be set if the data base file has
    not been used in the last n days. An option exists to list all
    data base files. DSPEMTDBF can be helpful in cleaning up unused
    data base files.

-   DSPEMTDTAQ

    The Display Empty Data Queue command displays one or more data
    queues that have no entries. A flag may be set if the data queue
    has not been changed (such as not having received an entry) in the
    last n days. An option exists to list all data queues. DSPEMTDTAQ
    can be helpful in cleaning up unused data queues.

-   DSPEMTJOBQ

    The Display Empty Job Queue command displays one or more job
    queues that have no jobs. A flag may be set if the job queue has
    not been used (such as not having any jobs added) in the last n
    days. An option exists to list all job queues. DSPEMTJOBQ can be
    helpful in cleaning up unused job queues.

-   DSPEMTMSGQ

    The Display Empty Message Queue command displays one or more
    message queues that have no messages. A flag may be set if the
    message queue has not been changed (such as not having received a
    message) in the last n days. An option exists to display all
    message queues. DSPEMTMSGQ can be helpful in cleaning up unused
    message queues.

-   DSPEMTOUTQ

    The Display Empty Output Queue command displays one or more output
    queues that have no entries. A flag may be set if the output queue
    has not been used (such as not having any spooled files) in the
    last n days. An option exists to list all output queues.
    DSPEMTOUTQ can be helpful in cleaning up unused output queues.

-   DSPJOBSCDR

    The Display Job Schedule Results command displays the results of
    Job Scheduled jobs (how they completed) for the last submission.
    The JOBACG tool must be in use and the job accounting entries must
    be current for the completed Job Scheduled jobs to obtain
    meaningful results. DSPJOBSCDR assists in understanding what is
    happening to Job Scheduled jobs.

-   DSPRPGCPY

    The Display RPG /COPY tool provides two commands. DSPRPGCPY
    provides a display or list of the /COPY and/or /INCLUDE statements
    from one or more RPG type source members (including RPGLE, RPGMOD
    etc.) in one or more source files. An outfile is optional which
    will allow further analysis by the DSPRPGCPY2 command which prints
    or lists the use of a specific member named on /COPY or /INCLUDE
    statements. A query may also be written.

-   FNDCMDTXT

    The Find Command Text command displays or prints a list of
    commands that match a string somewhere in the text description of
    command objects such as 'printer'. A file of commands is created
    by the TAA install process (using the FNDCMD tool) which contains
    all commands on the system except for duplicates in QSYS and the
    previous release libraries.

-   PROLIB

    The Protect Library tool helps prevent specified critical
    libraries from an accidental use of CLRLIB or DLTLIB. The tool
    uses the system provided command exit program technique. In
    addition to CLRLIB and DLTLIB, the TAA Tools CLRLIB2 and DLTLIB2
    are also protected. Not even an *ALLOBJ user will be able to
    accidentally clear or delete a protected library.

-   RMVLSTCHR

    The Remove Last Character command sets the last character in a
    variable to blank. It is primarily intended for use when receiving
    escape messages that already have a period at the end of the
    message text and should be resent using SNDESCMSG (which causes a
    period to be added at the end of the text). The message text must
    be declared as *CHAR LEN(512).

-   RTVDECARA

    The Retrieve Decimal Data Area command retrieves the value of a
    decimal data area without knowing the length or decimal positions
    to a *CHAR LEN(17) variable. A minus sign may precede the value. A
    decimal format character will exist if decimal positions are
    defined for the data area.

-   RTVLSTSPLF

    The Retrieve Last Spooled File command retrieves information about
    the last spooled file written in the current job. This includes
    the name of the spooled file, the spooled file number, and the
    date and time of the create.

-   RUNIO

    The Run I/O command is a testing aid to submit a batch job to
    perform a series of writes to a data base file in QTEMP. This can
    assist in testing system performance by various tools that need to
    work with data base activity.

-   SNDESCMSG5

    The Send Escape Message 5 command is similar to the TAA SNDESCMSG2
    command (part of the SNDESCMSG tool), but also allows a 'stack
    counter' to be specified. This allows the escape message to be
    sent to a program higher in the stack than the calling program.
    The QMHSNDPGM API is used.

Enhancements

-   CAPNETA

    The text description of the NETWRKATTR data area in TAASECURE is
    updated with the current date each time CAPNETA is run.

-   CHGOBJAUT

    A new parameter has been added to allow deletion.

-   CHKCMDDFT

    The command has been reworked to account for proxy commands and
    commands that cannot be checked are flagged.

-   CHKDBFMBR

    The text of some escape messages has been improved.

-   CHKTGTRLS

    The TGTRLS parameter now supports the current release.

-   CVTCMDA

    A new field has been added to the outfile for the target library
    when a proxy command is found.

-   CVTIFSAUT

    Up to 10 subdirectories may now be omitted.

-   DLTOLDQRPL

    Additional object types are now supported.

-   DSPDBFREL

    New options have been added to the display for DSPFMT and
    DSPOBJD2.

-   LOCKMSG

    A new alternative program has been added to allow a batch program
    to send a message to the submitter of the job when a locked record
    is encountered.

-   PRINT

    A new ACTION value (*OP2) allows the spooled file to be placed in
    a HOLD(*YES) status to allow program control of whether the file
    is released.

-   PRTLMTCMD

    Proxy commands that are limited are now identified along with the
    actual command that is used.

-   RTVAPPVAL

    A new return variable exists for the number of keywords defined.

-   RTVCMDA

    New return variables exist for proxy command information.

-   RTVPGMSTK

    A new return variable exists for the third program in the stack
    prior to the current program.

-   SCNCMDKWD

    A new parameter has been added to allow the command to be listed
    if the keyword exists, does not exist, or both.

-   TRNVAL

    A second command TRNVAL2 has been added to allow a simple
    translation of field to upper case. The CPP XLATE may be called
    from a HLL program.

-   WRKF2

    A new option has been added to the display to use STRSEU for the
    member that created the file.

Fixes

-   CAPSYSINF

    The command failed if QTEMP was not on the library list. This has
    been corrected.

-   CHGIFSOWN

    If apostrophes were placed around the object name, an error
    occurred. This has been corrected.

-   CHGUSRSPC

    The VALUE parameter now accepts an expression.

-   CHKINACT2

    The DSCOPT value in the Application Value CHKINACT2 in TAASECURE
    was missing. This has been corrected.

-   CPYTOCSV

    COLHDG(*FLDNAM) produced blank column headings. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTDTAQ

    The OUTMBR parameter was not being used and the output always went
    to member DTAQP. This has been corrected.

-   CVTFRMSPLF

    The *PUBLIC authority was not being set to the library create
    authority. This has been corrected.

-   CVTIFS

    When checking for an omit directory, a pointer error occurred if a
    directory and not already been processed. This has been corrected.

-   CVTIFSOWN

    A large number of IFS objects was not handled properly. This has
    been corrected.

-   CVTIMGCLGE

    Only 15 entries were converted. The RPG program has been converted
    to RPGLE to allow a larger receiver variable.

-   DLTIFS

    When DLTDIR(*NO) was specified, an escape message was sent if the
    directory was empty. This condition no longer produces an escape
    message.

-   DUPTAADBF

    When a file was duplicated, the *PUBLIC authority was not being
    set to the library CRTAUT value. This has been corrected which
    impacts several commands.

-   DYNMNU

    The RU and RD values were not being handled properly and often
    resulted in a message stating that the number of menus in the
    stack had been exceeded. This has been corrected.

-   FNDCMD

    The OUTPUT(*PRINT) option failed. In some cases an error occurred
    when rolling. These errors have been corrected.

-   PRTOWNOBJ

    Errors from RTVOBJD such as a locked object are now noted and
    processing continues.

-   RBLDBF

    The re-create of a physical file failed if the file was specified
    as WAITRCD(*NOMAX). The re-create of a logical file failed if the
    file was specified as FRCACCPTH(*YES). The files in TAARBLLIB did
    not have a size of *NOMAX. These errors have been corrected.

-   RPLMOD

    C modules are now supported correctly.

-   RPLPGM

    The current library is changed to the source members library to
    increase the odds that a non-library-qualified /COPY statement
    will find the right source member. 21 character qualified module
    or service programs are now handled correctly.

-   RTVCALLR

    If the program that invoked RTVCALLR was an ILE program, the name
    of the ILE program was returned instead of the previous program.
    This has been corrected.

-   RTVHOLIDAY

    *NEWYEARS was not handled. This has been corrected.

-   SAVSNDM

    The RSTSNDM command was created with the wrong CPP name. This has
    been corrected.

-   SCNCMDKWD

    If a single member was requested, the command failed. This has
    been corrected.

-   ZIP

    The TAAIFSZR2 command was left out of the create process. This has
    been corrected.

Incompatibilities

-   CVTCMDA

    The library qualifier for the CMD parameter has been changed
    from *USRLIBL to *LIBL.

-   DLTIFS

    If DLTDIR(*NO) was specified and the directory was empty an escape
    message was issued. This is no longer considered an error
    condition.

-   DUPTAADBF

    When an object was duplicated to a library, the library CRTAUT
    authority was not being used for the *PUBLIC user. This has been
    corrected and impacts several commands which create outfiles from
    TAA commands.. Other commands that create outfiles without the use
    of DUPTAADBF have also been changed. In many cases, the outfile is
    created in QTEMP and the *PUBLIC user does not have access.


2010-07-15 (R46)

New

-   CHKJOBFNC

    The Check Job Function command checks for an active job having a
    specific Function type-description as seen with WRKACTJOB such as
    'PGM-xxx'. Multiple jobs may satisfy the request. A job name is
    required. Both the Function type and the Function description are
    optional.

-   CHKOWNCHG

    The Check Owner Change command compares the current owner of one
    or more objects to the owner that created the object and displays
    a listing. Those objects with the same owner are bypassed. Options
    exist to process only those owned by a named user or created by a
    named user.

-   CPYTOCSV

    The Copy to CSV command copies from an externally described data
    base file to a stream file and adds delimiters. The intent is to
    make a stream file for a spread sheet processor. Options exist to
    add delimiters at the end of fields, surround fields with quotes,
    and to include column headings.

-   CVTOBJD5

    The Convert Object Description 5 command provides an outfile for
    most of the fields created by DSPOBJD and adds large fields for
    the object and save size values to allow for 15 and 20 digit
    fields. Edited values are also provided as separate fields. This
    provides a simple means of working with large sizes. The model
    file is TAAOBLZP with a format name of QLIDOBJD.

-   CVTPGMA2

    The Convert Program Attributes 2 command converts program object
    (*PGM) information to an outfile with one record per program. This
    includes module information for up to 100 modules which is written
    as an array. This allows simple processing of programs that are
    made up of multiple modules. The same information as available
    with CVTPGMA plus the module information is output by CVTPGMA2.

-   DSPDEPLGL

    The Display Dependent Logical command provides a display of the
    dependent logical files of a physical file. A physical file must
    be specified for the FILE parameter. An option exists from the
    display to access other options such as the access path
    information.

-   DSPLSTOBJ

    The Display Last Object command displays information about the
    last object name of a generic group of objects. The default is for
    all object types. If the same name exists for different object
    types, the last object type (per system order) determines the
    object that is displayed. If you are naming objects using a
    generic technique, DSPLSTOBJ can assist in providing information
    about the last name assigned.

-   DSPUSRCMD

    The Display User Commands command displays the audit records for
    commands run by a user that is specified with CHGUSRAUD
    AUDLVL(*CMD). DSPUSRCMD is intended for use on critical security
    profiles such as QSECOFR and QSRV to allow a review of the
    commands that were entered. The Journal Code T (Audit) records
    with an Entry Type of CD (command was run) are processed using the
    CPYAUDJRNE outfile.

-   DTAARAARC

    The Data Area Archive provides online save files for specified
    data areas. Multiple versions may exist for each data area. The
    DTAARAARC tool is not intended to replace normal backup, but
    rather to allow a quick review of a previous value. A typical use
    would be to restore the object to a different library to allow a
    review. You can also restore from the online save files. Several
    commands are provided.

-   RMVMSGQMS2

    Remove Message Queue Messages 2 command allows a removal from one,
    generic, or all message queues for messages that are past a
    retention date. The default is to bypass any message queues with a
    name beginning with Q in a library beginning with Q. Other message
    queues may be specifically bypassed.

-   RMVQSYSMSG

    The Remove QSYSMSG Messages tool allows both removal and archiving
    of messages from the QSYSMSG system message queue. Removal is done
    based on the number of days to retain the messages. Archiving is
    optional and provides for the QSYSMSGP file in QGPL. If archiving
    is used, all new messages (not previously archived) are copied to
    QSYSMSGP.

-   RNMIFSPGP

    The Rename Primary Group Profile command uses the CHGPGP command
    to rename the Primary Group Profile of the objects for a user. The
    To user becomes the new Primary Group Profile. The default
    is *CHECK meaning no changes would occur and a listing of the
    objects that would be changed is output. *CHANGE may be specified
    to change the Primary Group Profile attribute.

-   RNMOBJPGP

    The Rename Object Primary Group Profile command sets the PGP
    attribute of one or more objects to a new user profile. The PGP
    attribute is set by the CHGOBJPGP command. The default for
    RNMOBJPGP is for ACTION(*CHECK) which causes a listing of what
    would be changed. ACTION(*CHANGE) should be specified to change
    the attribute (set it to the new user profile).

-   RPTCMD

    The Repeat Command command is primarily a testing aid and allows a
    command to repeated between 1 and 99999 times. RPTCMD can be
    helpful when stress testing a function.

-   RTVLSTOBJ

    The Retrieve Last Object command retrieves the last name of a
    generic name by object type. If you are naming objects using a
    generic technique, RTVLSTOBJ can assist in determining the last
    name assigned.

-   RTVNXTID

    The Retrieve Next ID command is designed to return the next ID in
    a sequence. For example, if the last ID input is ABC, the next ID
    that would be returned is ABD. This allows the assigning of names
    based on the last ID that was used. This could be used for object
    or member names or for field names in a data base file. Numbers in
    the ID are optional.

-   RVKIFSPGP

    The Revoke IFS Primary Group Profile command sets the Primary
    Group Profile to *NONE for a specific user. This allows some
    cleanup of the IFS objects. The command defaults to '*CHECK' and
    provides a listing of what would be changed if '*REVOKE' had been
    specified.

-   RVKOBJPGP

    The Revoke Object Primary Group Profile command sets the PGP
    attribute of one or more objects to *NONE. The PGP attribute is
    set by the CHGOBJPGP command. The default for RVKOBJPGP is for
    ACTION(*CHECK) which causes a listing of what would be changed.
    ACTION(*REVOKE) should be specified to revoke the attribute (set
    it to *NONE).

-   SYSACT

    The System Activity tool is a series of commands that lets you
    capture and work with the data produced by the WRKSYSACT system
    command. This provides performance information for jobs/tasks that
    have occurred during one or more intervals. The SYSACT tool can be
    helpful in reviewing performance characteristics such as CPU
    usage, I/O counts and a breakdown of reads/writes for data base
    and non-data base activity.

Enhancements

-   CHKTAAOUTF

    A parameter has been added to allow checking an individual
    outfile.

-   CPYTOCSV

    A new parameter STMFCCSID has been added to allow transformation
    of the data as written to the stream file.

-   CRTDBFJRN

    A new parameter has been added and defaults to allow the
    initialization of the DL (delete after image) record if
    IMAGES(*AFTER) is specified for the journaled file. No change
    occurs to the DL entries if IMAGES(*BOTH) is specified for the
    journaled file. If IMAGES(*AFTER) is specified for the journaled
    file, the new parameter default allows programs that are
    processing all entry types to have valid data in decimal fields.
    Specifying INZDLTDFT(*NO) generates the prior option where the DL
    entries appear as all blank values.

-   CVTJOBPERF

    A new parameter has been added for job number.

-   DSPACCPTH

    The format name has been added to the display.

-   DSPMBRCPC

    New parameters exist to allow an escape message if any members are
    flagged and to specify your own value for what a *NOMAX size
    means.

-   DSPQHST

    The output listing now ends at 1320 for easier reading and
    additional lines are output if non-blank.

-   DSPTOOLCMD

    A new option exists to access the command help text.

-   ENDDUPJOB

    A new parameter has been added to allow the deletion of the job
    log if the job is complete and the job log is on the output queue.
    This now allows ENDDUPJOB to clean up all duplicate jobs and
    delete all job logs regardless of status.

-   MTNJRN

    New parameters have been added to allow control of the DLTJRNRCV
    DLTOPT parameter.

-   PRTPRTACG

    A sequence parameter has been added.

-   RNMUSRPRF

    The rename of IFS object PGP (Primary Group Profile) is now
    included. A new option has been added to disable and retain the
    old profile.

-   RPLOBJ

    A TGTRLS parameter has been added and also to RPLMOD, RPLGENPGM,
    and RPLPGM. The RPLOBJ OBJTYPE parameter supports a new
    value *PGMMOD to allow only *MODULE and *PGM objects to be
    created.

-   RTVJOBA2

    The current user return variable is now supported on RTVJOBA2.

-   RTVJOBSTS

    The JOB parameter now supports a generic job and generic user
    name. A new parameter has been added to allow selection on the
    'current user' profile.

-   RTVOBJD3

    A new parameter has been added for the return object type.

-   RTVSMTPA

    An additional command (RTVSMTPA2) has been added to allow a 2 part
    input of an ID and address.

-   RUNCPU

    A new parameter has been added to allow a burst of CPU activity on
    a periodic basis.

-   SCNSRC

    The file and library text have been added to the output.

-   SPLSTO

    When PRTSPLSTO is used, the SCHEDULE parameter is now set
    to *FILEEND. This avoids the problem caused by the original
    spooled file set to *JOBEND with a status of CLO. The new spooled
    file will have a status of RDY.

-   WHOME

    The 'current user' information is now displayed.

-   WRKOBJ2

    A new parameter has been added for OBJATR.

Fixes

-   Install

    The CHKTAAOUTF command is now run within the install job to avoid
    locking problems.

    The INZPWD2 *USRSPC object was not being installed. This has been
    corrected.

-   APYRMTJRN

    If and ENDAPYRMT was issued without any journal entries applied,
    the batch job failed with a missing pointer. This has been
    corrected.

-   CLRLIB2

    The command was allowed on a library owned by system provided
    profile. This is now prevented unless the owner is QPGMR.

-   CMPDBF

    If the two files did not have the same format an error occurred.
    The same format is now required.

-   CMPLIB

    The same named file with different formats caused an error. These
    files are now flagged and bypassed. Other errors from CMPDBF are
    flagged and bypassed.

-   CMPSRC2

    An internal change has been made to use the TAAPRT1 printer file
    instead of QPRINT to avoid conflicts.

-   CRTDBFJRN

    An internal change has been made in the way CVTDAT converts date
    formats to allow more international usage. The format used
    for *TYPE1 was incorrect and has been fixed.

-   CVTIFSOWN

    Several corrections were made to account for errors returned by
    the internal use of RTVIFSED. A new outfile field was added
    describing that errors occurred.

-   DLTDLUSPLF

    The command failed in an output queue was deleted during
    processing. This has been corrected.

-   DLTIFS

    The command was not deleting an empty directory. This has been
    corrected.

-   DLTLIB2

    The command was allowed on a library owned by system provided
    profile. This is now prevented unless the owner is QPGMR.

-   DLTOBJ2

    No space was left between the object types if multiples were
    requested causing an error. This has been corrected.

-   DSPMBRCPC

    The size for a *NOMAX record file is 4GB rather than the 2GB
    number described with the tool. The value has been changed and a
    new option added to allow a user defined value for a comparison
    when *NOMAX is specified.

-   DSPOBJLCK

    The size of the internal array has been increased from 3000 to
    9999. The sub program handling member locks was also changed.

-   ENDDUPJOB

    If a job of the same name has been completed, all spooled files
    including the job log will be deleted if SPLFILE(*YES) is
    specified.

-   ENDJOB2

    The LOGLMT parameter was mishandled for the *SAME value causing
    the job log of an active job to be deleted. This has been
    corrected.

-   FTP2

    The SBMFTP2 command failed on a password containing expression
    characters. The error handling was case sensitive. ESPV and some
    unknown strings were causing errors. These errors have been
    corrected.

-   JOBACT

    If the RDDBR command failed for other than end of file, the
    STRACTJOB command just delays and tries again.

-   PRTACG

    The values for STRDATE of *FIRST and *TODAY were not handled
    properly. This has been corrected.

-   PRTLMTCMD

    The internal code has been reworked to avoid some potential
    problems. The V6R1 use of the command aborted on objects that did
    not exist. This is monitored for now and bypassed.

-   RSTAUTL

    The GRTAUTL command now sets the internal file to *NOMAX.

-   RTVCTLASC2

    Additional MONMSG commands have been added for MCH3601.

-   RTVJOBA2

    Additional MONMSG commands have been added for cases where the job
    no longer exists and removal of certain MCH3601 messages has been
    used. If the job was not active, some information was not returned
    properly such as Function. This has been corrected.

-   RTVJOBSTS

    The JOBLIST parameter was not returned correctly in all cases.
    This has been corrected.

-   RTVOBJD3

    The command provided an error when only one object existed and
    OBJTYPE(*ALL) was used. This has been corrected.

-   RTVRPGFLD

    A + symbol in the D spec To/Length field caused a failure. This
    has been corrected.

-   RVKIFSAUT

    Blank lines have been eliminated before *DIR objects which caused
    confusion when PRTPUBLIC(*DUP) was specified.

-   SPLSTO

    The change that was made in the April 15, 2010 version worked
    for *AUTO Spool Stores, but failed for *MANUAL types attempting to
    update a user space that did not exist. This has been corrected.
    The PRTSPLSTO command now uses SCHEDULE(*FILEEND) to allow
    printing before the job is ended.

-   WRKASP

    The numbers shown as MB (megabytes) should be M (millions of
    bytes). The same error occurred on DSPASPA2. The displays have
    been corrected.

Incompatibilities

-   CMPSRC2

    The internal print file has been changed from QPRINT to TAAPRT1.
    This should have no impact unless you are doing an OVRPRTF to the
    name QPRINT.

-   CRTDBFJRN

    The command now defaults to provide initialized values in the user
    fields. for the DL (deleted after image) entry types if the
    journaled file is specified as IMAGES(*AFTER). No change occurs if
    IMAGES(*BOTH) is specified for the journaled file. Prior to this,
    the user fields were filled with blanks as taken from the JOESD
    field of the DL journal entries. Specifying INZDLTDFT(*NO) will
    retain the blank values.

-   RUNCPU

    The command now defaults to use the QSYSNOMAX job queue.


2010-04-15 (R45)

New

-   CHKTAACHG

    The Check TAA Changes command helps provide an understanding of
    potential incompatibilities when moving to a new update or version
    of the TAA Productivity Tools. The tool is run automatically at
    the time of install using the last used date of the previous TAA
    commands and a listing is output. The information may not be 100%
    complete, but should provide a review of what you should consider.

-   CHKTAAOUTF

    The Check TAA Outfiles command checks for any existing TAA outfile
    names to determine if the level ID is the same as that used by the
    current tool. The command is run automatically when the TAA
    Productivity Tools are installed and may also be run at any time.
    The output listing describes outfiles that may need to be deleted
    for successful tool use.

-   CLCDATTIM2

    The Calculate Date/Time 2 command returns the difference in terms
    of number of minutes (an optionally the number of seconds) between
    a From date/time and a To date/time. CLCDATTIM2 may be useful when
    determining time differences.

-   CMPLIBFMT

    The Compare Library Format command compares one or more physical
    files in one library to the same file names in another library.
    The comparison is done for the number of fields, the record
    length, and the level ID. This can assist in ensuring files that
    are intended to match have the same format in different libraries.

-   CPYDBFDAT

    The Copy Data Base Date command copies records in a data base file
    based on a comparison of a field value and a specified date and
    operator. Different date formats are valid for character, zoned,
    packed, date, or time stamp fields.

-   CPYRFMT

    The Copy and Reformat command provides better reformatting
    capability than the system CPYF command which supports only *MAP
    and *DROP. In addition to *MAP and *DROP functions, CPYRFMT allows
    renaming of a field. The To file must exist.

-   CVTIFSAUT2

    The Convert IFS Authority 2 command converts IFS authorities for a
    single user to an outfile named IFSAUT2P. This allows simplified
    processing of user authorities. The model file is TAAIFTWP with a
    format name of IFSAUT2PR.

-   CVTLIBAUT

    The Convert Library Authorizations command converts the object
    authority information of all objects within a library and the
    library object to an outfile. The system command DSPOBJAUT
    operates on only a single object. The outfile name is OBJAUTP. The
    model file is QAOBJAUT in QSYS with a format name of QSYDSAUT.

-   CVTLIBAUT2

    The Convert Library Authority 2 command converts the authorities
    of users to library objects (not the objects within a library) to
    an outfile. The DSPOBJAUT command operates on only a single
    object. The outfile name is OBJAUTP. The model file is QAOBJAUT in
    QSYS with a format name of QSYDSAUT.

-   CVTOBJD4

    The Convert Object Description 4 command creates an outfile of
    object descriptions based on the DSPOBJD V5R3 outfile format. This
    allows a program which uses the outfile that is created on a more
    current release to be transferred to a prior release and operate
    successfully. The V5R3 format is created using the QUSLOBJ API and
    has a format name of QLIDOBJD.

-   CVTSFWRSC

    The Convert Software Resources command provides a simpler outfile
    to work with than the system DSPSFWRSC command. Only the data that
    appears on the DSPSFWRSC OUTPUT(*PRINT) listing is converted to
    the SFWRSCP outfile. The model file is TAASYTXP with a record
    format name of SFWRSCR. Because the listing must be read by
    CPYSPLF, only the lower and upper case English language versions
    of DSPSFWRSC are supported.

-   CVTTIMSEC

    The Convert Time to Seconds command converts a time value (HHMMSS)
    to a return parameter containing the number of seconds prior to
    midnight. For example, if the value is 030000 (3:00 AM), the
    return seconds would be (3600 x 3) or 10,800. CVTTIMSEC may be
    helpful when dealing with time values.

-   DLTDBFDAT

    The Delete Data Base Date command deletes (or checks for deletion)
    records from a data base file based on a comparison of a field
    value and a specified date and operator. Different date formats
    are valid for character, zoned, packed, date, or time stamp
    fields. DLTDBFDAT can assist in cleaning up files.

-   DSPACGCDE

    The Display Job Accounting Codes command displays a list of job
    accounting codes in code sequence from both User Profiles and Job
    Descriptions. This simplifies understanding what Job Accounting
    Codes exist and where they are defined.

-   DSPJOBPERF

    The Display Job Performance command lists job performance
    information for the current job. The RESJOBPERF command (part of
    the JOBINF tool) should first be used to begin capturing the
    information. After some commands are entered, DSPJOBPERF may then
    by used to display the information.

-   DSPMSGUSE2

    The Display Message Use 2 command reads the outfile created by the
    SCNEXTMSGF TAA Tool and creates a listing of the message ID and
    the command name that sends the message if it is known. Only
    system commands that send escape messages can be identified.
    Diagnostic messages and messages from APIs cannot be identified.

-   DSPSUMJOBQ

    The Display Summary of Job Queue command provides a summary of a
    job queue by Status and Job Priority. One or both of the summaries
    may be listed along with an optional line for each job. DSPSUMJOBQ
    can help determine how many jobs exist for each type.

-   DSPSUMOUTQ

    The Display Summary of Output Queue command provides a summary of
    an output queue by Status, Form Type, and User Data. One or all of
    the summaries may be listed along with an optional line for each
    spooled file. DSPSUMOUTQ can help determine how much printing must
    occur for each type.

-   DSPUSRSTG

    The Display User Storage command provides a display or listing
    with one line per user of the number of objects owned and the
    total storage used. One, generic, or all users may be requested
    along with an omit list. The number of programs, files, and other
    objects is also shown.

-   JOBINF

    The Job Information tool provides commands that allow you to
    create a record when a job begins and ends. The information that
    is captured includes how and when the job started and a summary of
    performance information when the job ended. The STRJOBINF and
    ENDJOBINF commands must be included in the job.

-   RNMIFSAUT

    The Rename IFS Authorities command allows you to change the
    authorities from one user to another for IFS objects. The default
    is for ACTION(*CHECK) which will not cause any changes, but a
    listing is produced describing the changes that would occur. Two
    exceptions exist that will prevent a change 1) if the user is the
    owner of an object, or 2) if the user is the Primary Group Profile
    of the object.

-   RTVJOBPERF

    The Retrieve Job Performance command retrieves performance
    information about the current job. The system keeps statistics for
    each job which are retrieved using the API QUSRJOBI. A 'reset' of
    the statistics must first be used for the job by RESJOBPERF or
    RTVJOBPERF RESET(*YES). Following the running of normal commands,
    RTVJOBPERF RESET(*NO) may then be used to retrieve the performance
    information that has occurred since the last 'reset'.

-   RTVTCPSTKS

    The Retrieve TCP Stack Status command retrieves TCP information
    for IPv4 and IPv6. Status information such as whether TCP is
    active or inactive is available for both IPv4 and IPv6. Starting
    and ending information is also available for IPv4.

-   RVKIFSAUT

    The Revoke IFS Authority command revokes the authorities of a
    specified user to IFS objects. The default is to 'check' rather
    than 'revoke'. A listing is produced describing the results. The
    authority is not revoked if the user is the owner of the object or
    if the user is the Primary Group Profile. If the user is
    authorized via an Authorization List, the Authorization List is
    not changed.

Enhancements

-   CHKDBFMBR

    New parameters have been added for record length, number of
    fields, and level ID.

-   CHKGRPPRF

    The tool has been reworked to provide better performance.

-   CMPSYSVAL

    A specific comparison of the values for QAUDLVL, QAUDLVL2, and
    QPWDRULES is now made.

-   CRTDBFJRN

    The command now supports an OUTFILFMT parameter to allow *TYPE1
    ... *TYPE5 formats of the journal information.

-   CVTWRKSPLF

    The tool has been reworked to use an open list API (provides a
    significant increase in the number of spooled files that can be
    processed), additional fields exist in the outfile, and the
    performance has been improved. The PRTDEV parameter which was used
    to determine the output queue has been dropped.

-   DLTUSRPRF2

    A new option has been added to allow the deletion of user owned
    spooled files. These are not deleted by the system DLTUSRPRF
    command.

-   DSPTAPSIZ

    Additional information has been added such as the volume ID and
    owner.

-   RMVOLDMSG

    The days parameter max value has been increased to 999.

-   RNMUSRPRF

    IFS authorities are now renamed to the new user.

-   RTVGENOBJ

    The OBJ parameter now supports *ALLUSR, *USRLIBL, or *ALL as a
    qualified name.

-   RTVIPLA

    New parameters have been added for DSPSTS, STRTCP, and SPLRCV.

-   RTVJOBSTRA

    A new parameter has been added for Job Queue priority.

-   RTVJOBSTS

    The job name and user name now support generic values.

-   RTVSYSD

    A new parameter has been added for the LIC release.

-   RVKDUPAUT

    The OBJ parameter now supports a library value of *ALL

-   SCNEXTMSGF

    An outfile option has been added. See the new tool DSPMSGUSE2 for
    how to list the outfile along with the command names (if they can
    be found) for the associated message IDs.

-   SCNSRC

    An new parameter has been added to allow a blank to be added at
    the end of each argument. The same parameter has been added to
    SCNALLSRC, SCNGENSRC, and SCNSRC2.

-   WRKJOBSTS

    The F6 key is now available to DSPMSG MSGQ(QSYSOPR) MSGTYPE(*INQ).

Fixes

-   AUDLOG

    The DSPAUDLOG Option 7 failed in some cases. This has been
    corrected.

-   CHKINACT

    In some cases if a job was no longer active the command failed.
    This is now monitored for and the job is ignored.

-   CLRLIB2

    If an object was locked, the command failed. If an error occurred
    prior to resetting the job's inquiry message attribute, the
    command failed. A new test has been added. These errors have been
    corrected.

-   CPYFRMCSV

    An extra comma was output when the character immediately preceding
    the delimiter was a comma. This has been corrected.

-   CPYFRMCSV2

    The command failed attempting to copy to the QTEMP TAATMPFILE file
    which had just been deleted. This has been corrected.

-   CVTLINETH

    The TAATMPOBJ file was created in the OUTLIB instead of QTEMP. The
    same error occurred for CVTCTLASC, CVTCTLHOST, CVTCTLVWS,
    CVTCTLNET, CVTCTLLWS, CVTLINPPP, CVTLINSDLC, CVTLINASC, and
    CVTTIMZOND. The commands worked correctly when OUTLIB(QTEMP) was
    used. These errors have been corrected.

-   CVTQHST

    The QHSTP file is now set for *NOMAX records.

-   CVTSYSVAL

    The QAUDLVL value now fills the SYCURL field to allow a large list
    of entries.

-   CVTVOLSTAT

    A default tape size of 1/4 is now used.

-   CVTWRKSPLF

    An open list API is now used to allow a much larger number of
    spooled files to be created and performance has been improved.

-   DLTDEPLGL

    If no logical files exist, the command now ends with a completion
    message instead of the escape message CPF3220.

-   DSPJOBSTRA

    The command failed if displaying the current job. This has been
    corrected.

-   DSPOBJLCK

    The size of the internal array for number of locks has been
    increased from 999 to 3000.

-   DSPTXT

    The use of F6 for was failing as the TAAPRT1 file was already open
    and was not correctly handling the end of data. This impacted
    tools such as DSPMOON, DSPUSAHST, DSPUSAPRES, and DSPVTPRSC.

-   DYNMNU

    The test for command line was not checking for *NONE in the menu
    record. The indication that this occurs is that the menu is
    displayed, but the options entered do not do anything. This has
    been corrected.

-   EDTDBF

    The handling of variable length fields caused the field to contain
    blanks. This has been corrected.

-   RMVMSGQMSG

    The sub tool CVTMSGQ2 is invoked via QCMDEXC and the library is
    now qualified.

-   RNMUSRPRF

    The internal DLTUSRPRF command now specifies the PGPOPT keyword to
    change any Primary Group Profiles specified for the old user to
    the new user.

-   RTVJOBA2

    The CPF3C55 message for job not active has been added to the list
    that returns TAA9893.

-   RVKDUPAUT

    Objects which are locked are now bypassed and a diagnostic message
    is sent.

-   SAVALLCHG2

    The build up of the command had 2 uses of the ACCPTH parameter.
    This has been corrected.

-   SAVAUTL

    The AUTLOBJ outfile is now set to *NOMAX.

-   SCNEXTMSGF

    The scan value is now folded to upper case before scanning.

-   SNDIFSMAIL

    The escape message from CHKDLO was appearing after the function
    was completed. This has been corrected.

-   SPLSTO

    Because the SPLSTO *USRSPC is updated by the use of of a pointer
    and not via an API, any changes were not picked up by a mirroring
    technique. The User Space is now updated by an API to allow a
    mirroring solution to work properly.

-   UPDFLD

    A selection of *BLANKS, caused all fields to be updated. This has
    been corrected.

Incompatibilities

-   CMPDBFFMT

    The escape message sent if mismatches occur is now TAA9891 instead
    of CPF9898.

-   CVTWRKSPLF

    The tool has been reworked to use a different API which will
    provide better performance and a significant increase in the
    number of spooled files that can be processed. The PRTDEV
    parameter which was used to determine the output queue has been
    dropped.

-   DLTDEPLGL

    If no dependent logical files exist, the command now ends with a
    completion message instead of the escape message CPF3220.

-   DLTOBJ

    The system added a DLTOBJ command in QSYS. The TAA tool has been
    renamed to DLTOBJ2. Both commands support the basic parameters of
    a generic object name, a library, and a type. There are
    differences in the additional parameters and the TAA version
    supports a list for object type.

-   SCNSPLF2

    Since the CVTWRKSPLF command dropped the PRTDEV parameter, it has
    also been dropped from SCNSPLF2 which uses CVTWRKSPLF.

-   WRKSPLF2

    Since the CVTWRKSPLF command dropped the PRTDEV parameter, it has
    also been dropped from WRKSPLF2 which uses CVTWRKSPLF.


2010-01-15 (R44)

New

-   CHGRPGCPY

    The Change RPG /COPY (CHGRPGCPY) command allows changes to /COPY
    statements in RPG for one, generic, or all members of a source
    file. The CHGRPGCPY2 exists for RPGLE source which also handles
    /INCLUDE. The default is OPTION(*CHECK) which means no changes are
    made and the listing describes what changes would be made.
    Selection criteria exists for the file, library, or member names
    in the existing /COPY statement.

-   CHKVAL

    The Check Value command is intended for the case where the user
    inputs a value to a CL program and the value must be validated.
    CHKVAL offers several checking options that vary depending on the
    type requested. Special values are also supported. Standard error
    text may be used to simplify the explanation of any errors.

-   CLCTIMZOND

    The Calculate Time Zone Difference command returns the number of
    minutes difference between two time zones. The time zone names as
    used by WRKTIMZON must be input or special values such
    as *PACIFIC. Daylight savings time is considered. An optional
    return value describes the difference in HH:MM format. A minus
    value may be returned.

-   CMPALLSRC

    The Compare All Source command compares one, all, or generic
    source members in one or more source files in a library to the
    same file and members in a different library. A listing is
    produced for each file and the members. If the corresponding
    member does not exist or the data does not match, the member is
    flagged. An option exists for a detail comparison of unmatched
    members.

-   CPYNONGEN

    The Copy Non Generic command copies records from one file/member
    to another and bypasses the records containing a list of generic
    values for a named field. This allows 'all but generic xxx' to be
    copied. Most queries do not support a selection by '*NE a generic
    value'. Using CPYNONGEN allows a subset file to be created which
    can then be queried.

-   CVTIP6DEV

    The Convert IPv6 Device command converts the IP version 6 device
    information to the IP6DEVP outfile in a named library. TCP must be
    active. Only TCP/IPv6 network interfaces are supported. One record
    is written for each IP device. The API QtocLstNetIfc is used. For
    a description of the field values in the outfile, refer to the API
    documentation for format NIFC0200.

-   CVTSRCMBR

    The Convert Source Member command converts source that exceeds 70
    columns of data to a format not exceeding 70 columns. This allows
    a tool such as EDTSRC to work with previously created DDS source
    such as CL or DDS. The type of source must be named (CL, CMD, DDS,
    or TXT). Any non supported source types are flagged.

-   DSPCLPSRC

    The Display CLP Source command displays or lists the source for a
    CLP type program (CLP, CLP38 and CLLE). If the source does not
    exist for a CLP or CLP38 program (non-TAA), a prompt occurs asking
    if RTVCLSRC should be used and a display occurs after retrieval.
    If a TAA program is specified and the user is authorized to the
    TAASRCACC Authorization List, the source in the TAA Archive is
    displayed.

-   DSPCMDSRC

    The Display Command Source command displays or lists the command
    source for a command. If the source does not exist for a non-TAA
    command, a prompt occurs asking if RTVCMDSRC should be used and a
    display occurs after retrieval. If a TAA command is specified and
    the user is authorized to the TAASRCACC Authorization List, the
    source in the TAA Archive is displayed.

-   DSPDSTDAT

    The Display DST (Daylight Savings Time) Date command displays or
    lists the start and end date/times for daylight savings time for a
    time zone in a specific year. The system support for Time Zone
    Descriptions does not include actual dates of change.

-   DSPIFSAUD

    The Display IFS Auditing command displays the auditing attribute
    of IFS objects. Selection may be made on the type of auditing
    including *NONE. DSPIFSAUD assists in understanding what is being
    audited. To specify auditing for an IFS object, use CHGAUD.

-   DSPTAANAM

    The Display TAA Name command allows input of 4 characters for a
    TAA ID such as SRCF and sends a completion message with the tool
    name and description. This can simplify determining what tool is
    being used when only an object name is known.

-   DSPTIMZONT

    The Display Time Zone Time command displays or lists the date and
    time for a specified time zone. The day of week and offset from
    GMT are also shown. Daylight savings time (DST) is considered if
    the time zone supports DST and the current date/time is within the
    DST start and end date/time.

-   OPNSPLF

    The Open Spooled File command is a testing aid. It allows a
    spooled file to be opened with a specific name and remain open.
    The intent of OPNSPLF is to allow other functions to test how they
    operate on an opened spooled file.

-   RTVDSTDAT

    The Retrieve DST (Daylight Savings Time) Date command retrieves
    the actual dates that daylight savings time will begin and end for
    a Time Zone Description in a specific year. The system support for
    Time Zone Descriptions does not include actual dates of change.
    The TAA9893 escape message is sent if the Time Zone Description
    does not support daylight savings time.

-   RTVTIMZONT

    The Retrieve Time Zone Time command retrieves the current date and
    time for a specified time zone. The day of week and offset from
    GMT may also be retrieved. Daylight savings time (DST) is
    considered if the time zone supports DST and the current date/time
    is within the DST start and end date/time.

-   SBMCHKACT

    The Submit Check of Active Job command is intended for the case
    where a job should either 1) Not run longer than n seconds or
    2)  Be running after n seconds. A message is sent to a specified
        message queue if the status is not what is requested.
-   SCNDBFFLD

    The Scan Data Base Field command allows a scan of a field in a
    data base file for *EQ, *LE, ... *CT (contains). Up to 3 fields
    that help identify the record where a match was found may be
    listed. SCNDBFFLD provides a simple query of data.

-   SCNDEVDSPA

    The Scan Device Display Attributes command scans one, generic, or
    all display devices for attribute values. This acts as a simple
    query to determine the value of attributes of display devices.

-   SCNDEVPRTA

    The Scan Device Printer Attributes command scans one, generic, or
    all printer devices for attribute values. This acts as a simple
    query to determine the value of attributes of printer devices.

-   SCNJOBLOG

    The Scan Job Log command is intended to 'net out' a job log to
    allow a review by selection criteria. It allows a display or
    listing of a subset of the messages from a specific job log. The
    selection of messages may be done by a list of message IDs,
    message types, date/time range, severity, or by scanning the
    message text.

-   UNLOAD

    The Unload a Device command provides a simple function to ensure a
    device is unloaded. If the command completes successfully and
    unloads the device or the device is not in a ready status (the
    status if already unloaded), the command completes normally.
    Different completion message text describes the condition. The
    command may be helpful when several save commands are used in a CL
    program and it is not known what the device condition is at the
    end.

Enhancements

-   CHKDBFMBR

    MBR(*NONE) may now be specified to check against the file.

-   CMPSRC2

    A new option has been added to allow a detail comparison of any
    members that differ.

-   CVTIFS

    A new value has been added for 'allow save'. The same value is
    also available on RTVIFSED2 and DSPIFS.

-   DSPHOLIDAY

    An outfile option is now available.

-   DSPJOBSTRA

    New parameters exist for Status and Duplicate Job Request.

-   DSPJRNCDE

    A wider window is not provided.

-   MOVSPLOUTQ

    Spooled files in a HLD status may now be moved.

-   PMTFLD

    A list of field types may be entered to allow selection of only
    the named types.

-   RTVDTAQD

    A new parameter has been added for 'enforce data queue lock'. The
    same value has been added to CVTDTAQA.

-   RTVJOBSTS

    New values exist for DUPJOBRQS to return the first or last job
    based on when the job entered the system. The previous values
    of *FIRST or *LAST determine the job to return based on job
    number.

-   RTVRPGFLD

    Support of /INCLUDE has been added.

-   RTVTIMZOND

    A new return parameter has been added for daylight savings shift
    time. The same field has been added to the CVTTIMZOND outfile.

-   SAVLIBSAVF

    New parameters have been added for SPLFDTA, QDTA, and PVTAUT. The
    same parameters have been added to SAVALLCHG, SAVALLCHG2, and
    SAVCHG23 where applicable.

-   SNDSTSMSG

    A new parameter has been added to allow the same message text to
    be sent to the job log.

Fixes

-   AUDLOG

    The PRTAUDLOG command failed if many journal type entries were
    specified. This has been corrected.

-   CHGSRCDAT

    In some cases the source change date field was not properly
    updated. This has been corrected.

-   CHKSAVDEV

    An escape message now occurs if CLEAR(*NONE) is specified and
    ESCAPE(*YES) if the device description specifies 'unload' on a
    'vary off'. You may change the device description or use
    ESCAPE(*NO).

-   CPYSPLTXT

    The internal file TAATMPWRK is now created with SIZE(*NOMAX).

-   CVTFD

    The TAAFDOUT file was not set to *NOMAX. This has been corrected.

-   CVTJOBACG3

    If a job was cancelled while on the job queue, the information
    about the job that did the cancel instead of the job that was
    cancelled was placed in the accounting record. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTOUTQ

    Some error messages referred to CVTIFS. This has been corrected.

-   DLTLIB2

    The command failed attempting to delete an empty library. This has
    been corrected.

-   DLTOLDSPLF

    The command failed if a generic name was used for bypassing an
    output queue. This has been corrected.

-   DSAOLDPRF

    The command failed if an invalid create date existed. These are
    now changed to a date of Oct 01, 1978.

-   DSPIFS

    The previous change that forced the use of the *TYPE2 format has
    been rescinded. Either type may now be used. The OBJNAM and IFDIRE
    fields are now translated to upper case before making a
    comparison. The SORTBY parameter was not handled correctly and
    caused an error when opening TAAIFSAT. This has been corrected.

-   DSPIFSED

    A blank date caused an error using CVTDAT. This is now bypassed.

-   DSPPGMADP2

    The check for *ALLOBJ special authority produced an error in all
    cases. This has been corrected. The command failed if a program or
    service program was allocated. Since no corresponding objects will
    be converted for the type within a library, a diagnostic will be
    sent and the command will fail when all libraries have been
    processed.

-   DSPSTGUSE

    The flagging calculation was in error. This has been corrected.

-   DSPTAPSIZ

    The TAP01 device was hard coded by error. There was also problem
    if more than one page of output existed from DSPTAP. These
    problems have been corrected.

-   EDTSRC

    The documentation has been updated to indicate that 70 bytes of
    source may be edited (not 71).

-   JOBACG

    The ANZJOBACG command failed if a date was outside the range
    covered by CVTDAT. These dates are now bypassed.

-   PRTLIBAUT

    The command failed for library QSYS when trying to operate on
    library QTEMP which is now bypassed. Also changed size of internal
    OBJAUTP file to *NOMAX.

-   RPLPGM

    The library name failed if *CURLIB had been used. This has been
    corrected.

-   RTVPGMREFL

    Incorrect service program information was returned if more than
    one service program existed. This has been corrected.

-   RTVPRDDSC

    Only the last 3 character of the 7 character product ID are now
    used to determine the description.

-   RTVRPGFLD

    If a /COPY was used and the file or member could not be found,
    better error messages are now sent describing the error.

-   SAVSYSBCH

    The internal use of CHKSAVRST caused errors if the system did not
    have a upper or lower case English option. New parameters have
    been added for CHKSAVRST and PRTSAVLBL to bypass these functions.

    An error in the documentation stated that on completion of a save
    option that the system restarted the controlling subsystem. This
    is incorrect. The controlling subsystem is restarted when the job
    running SAVSYSBCH ends thus allowing the POWERDOWN option to be
    used before the controlling subsystem is restarted. The
    documentation has been corrected.

    The same documentation change was made to RCLSTGBCH.

-   SNDIFSMAIL

    The command failed if TAAFLR did not exist. This is now monitored
    for internally.

-   SPLSTO

    If a spooled file was deleted during an attempt to convert to the
    spool store, the command failed. This condition is now bypassed by
    a change to CVTFRMSPLF.

-   WRTIFS

    If a previous caller failed, the open failed on the next attempt.
    This has been corrected.

Incompatibilities

-   CHKSAVDEV

    An escape message now occurs if CLEAR(*NONE) is specified and
    ESCAPE(*YES) if the device description specifies 'unload' on a
    'vary off'. You may change the device description or use
    ESCAPE(*NO).

-   DSPJOBSTRA

    The default has been changed to display the last job (highest job
    number) if a duplicate set of job names exist.


2009-10-15 (R43)

New

-   ADDRDBDIR2

    The Add Relational Data Base (RDB) command is intended to assist
    in moving RDB entries as seen with DSPRDBDIRE to a different
    system. You must first capture the RDB entries to an outfile with
    DSPRDBDIRE and then move the outfile to the system to be applied
    to. Duplicate RDB names are rejected as well as a second version
    of *LOCAL for the Remote Location Name.

-   ADJAPOST

    The Adjust Apostrophes command is designed to adjust the number of
    apostrophes in a variable so that the return result is valid for
    command processing. ADJAPOST is specifically designed for IFS
    processing, but may be used for variables intended for non-IFS
    use.

-   CHKDBFMBR

    The Check Data Base File Member command simplifies checking for a
    data base file and authority to it. This provides clear messages
    when the file or member does not exist, the file is not the
    requested file type, or the user does not have the proper
    authorization.

-   CHKSTDJOBS

    The Check Standard Jobs command provides a method of determining
    if required system and standard processing jobs are active.
    CHKSTDJOBS operates by using the output of the TAA CVTWRKACT
    command when the system is known to be in a good state and
    checking the jobs to see if they are still active.

-   CVTJOBPERF

    The Convert Job Performance command converts job performance
    information for specified active jobs to an outfile. A reset
    capability exists. This provides a simple summary of such things
    as CPU seconds used, the percentage of CPU seconds used,
    transaction count, and response time. The model file is TAAJOFDP
    with a format name of JOBPERFR.

-   CVTLIBLCK

    The Convert Library Locks command converts any locks held on a
    library and any objects within the library. This allows a
    determination of whether any locks exist before a function that
    requires exclusive use of the library. The model file in TAATOOL
    is TAAOBJDP with a format name of OBJLCKR.

-   CVTLIBLCK2

    The Convert Library Locks 2 command converts any locks held on one
    or more object types. This allows a determination of who has the
    library on their library list or has made an explicit allocation
    of a library. The model file in TAATOOL is TAAOBJDP with a format
    name of OBJLCKR.

-   CVTSEUTYP

    The Convert SEU type command converts an SEU type such as RPG to
    the object type *PGM (or PF to *FILE). This can be helpful when an
    end user inputs an SEU type and the object type is needed.

-   DLYSBMJOB

    The Delay Submit Job command provides a simple solution for
    submitting a job to start in a specified number of seconds,
    minutes, hours, and days. This avoids the use of SBMJOB which
    requires the SCDDATE and SCDTIME parameters to do a simple submit
    after a time delay. The DLYSBMJOB job would be placed on the
    QSYSNOMAX job queue with the generated SCDDATE and ENDTIME
    parameters and would submit the requested job (and command) after
    the delay.

-   DSPEMTMBR

    The Display Empty Members command displays or prints the empty
    members for one, generic, or all files in one or more libraries.
    Size information is also supplied to point out space savings that
    can be achieved for members that are no longer needed. The size
    information includes the data and access path size, but not the
    member description object which can be up to 20K bytes.

-   DSPLSTJLG

    The Display Last Job Log command displays the last QPJOBLOG file
    for the current user based on the job number. This simplifies
    displaying the job log for programmers and operators when the last
    submitted job fails.

-   DSPSPLCRTD

    The Display Spool Create Date command displays spooled files for
    one or more output queues in ascending create date sequence.
    Totals occur for each day. An outfile is optional. A beginning
    date may be specified to allow a number of current days to be
    bypassed. DSPSPLCRTD may assist in understanding cleanup
    requirements.

-   DSPSRCCHG

    The Display Source Change command displays the changes to a source
    member between two dates. Both dates default to the last time the
    source member was changed. The default is to display just the
    changes. All statements may be listed with the changes flagged.

-   DSPTAPSIZ

    The Display Tape Size command displays or lists an approximation
    of how much data has been written to a tape. Each file is listed
    along with a total. An outfile is optional. Hardware compression
    is not considered. DSPTAP is used to determine the information.
    Because a spooled file must be read, only lower and upper case
    English is supported.

-   DUPALLSPLF

    The Duplicate All Spooled Files command duplicates selected
    spooled files from one output queue to another. The default is to
    duplicate all spooled files. A variety of selection criteria
    exists.

-   EDTSRC

    The Edit Source tool is a subset of an SEU (PDM) like function.
    The intent of the tool is to provide a simple source editor for a
    system that does not have the STRSEU command or a similar
    function. This would be typical in some remote or small
    installations. Any source may be edited, but prompting exists only
    for CLP, CLLE, and CMD type source.

-   RCLSTGBCH

    The Reclaim Storage in Batch command is designed to allow you to
    run RCLSTG (requires the restricted state) in batch. This allows
    scheduling of RCLSTG using the Job Scheduler or the SBMJOB
    SCDDATE/SCDTIME function. The RCLSTG2 command which is a front end
    to RCLSTG is used as it provides a better historical view of the
    Reclaim Storage results.

-   RMVEMTMBR

    The Remove Empty Members command removes empty members in a data
    or source file. An ACTION parameter exists that defaults to *CHECK
    meaning a listing is produced of what would be removed if *REMOVE
    had been specified.

-   RTVSQLPKGA

    The Retrieve SQL Package Attributes command retrieves basic
    information about an *SQLPKG object type. The spooled file from
    PRTSQLINF is used to access some of the information. Only lower
    and upper case English is supported.

-   SAVSYSBCH

    The Save System in Batch command is designed to allow you to run
    backup functions in batch that require the restricted state. This
    includes Save the Entire System (Option 21), Save System Data
    (Option 22), and Save User Data (Option 23). This allows
    scheduling of these functions using the Job Scheduler or the
    SBMJOB SCDDATE/SCDTIME function. Both tape and virtual tape are
    supported.

-   SBMJOBSCDE

    The Submit Job Schedule Entry command submits one of the job
    schedule entries immediately. The job schedule entry is not
    changed. This allows a batch command interface instead of Option
    10 (Submit immediately) from the WRKJOBSCDE display.

-   SCNUSRPRFA

    The Scan User Profile Attributes command scans one, generic, or
    all user profiles for attribute values. This acts as a simple
    query to determine the value of attributes of user profiles.

-   SNDIFSMAIL

    The Send IFS Mail command sends a note and an IFS attachment to
    one or more recipients. The recipients are described by using a
    name and a corresponding E-Mail address that must exist in a
    MAILADRP file or by entering a specific E-Mail address. The SNDDST
    command is used internally.

-   SNDMSGLIN

    The Send Message Line command allows a long message to be sent to
    a joblog or displayed interactively where each line of text from
    the command is a separate line. Each line of the message can be up
    to 56 bytes and can be up to 7 lines. SNDMSGLIN avoids a
    continuous string of text in a message which can be difficult to
    read.

-   WRKSRC

    The Work Source command is a subset like WRKMBRPDM function. The
    intent of the tool is to provide a simple work display for source
    members on a system that does not have the WRKMBRPDM command or a
    similar function. This would be typical in some remote or small
    installations. The TAA EDTSRC command is used to edit the source.

Enhancements

-   ADDTIM

    The number of seconds input has been increased from 5 to 9 digits.

-   CMPSRC2

    New parameters have been added to allow deletion of the spooled
    file for a file with a 100% match and to allow the title and
    processing to fit with CMPALLSRC.

-   CRTVTP

    The new DSPTAPSIZ command has been added as an option on WRKVTP.

-   CVTDEVDSP

    A DEVD parameter has been added to allow conversion of a
    generically named device. The same option has been added to
    CVTDEVPRT. A new field exists in the CVTDEVDSP outfile for IP
    address.

-   CVTIFS

    A new field has been added for the audit value.

-   CVTJOBLOG

    New fields exist in the outfile for the system date shown at the
    top line of each job log and the message date in CYMD sequence.

-   CVTMODINF

    An OBJ parameter has been added to allow conversion of a specific
    or generic objects in addition to all objects in the named
    libraries.

-   DLTOLDSPLF

    The LIST parameter which allows bypassing named output queues now
    supports *ALL for a specific library.

-   DSPIFSED

    The ASNEEDARC value has been added to describe whether the object
    has been changed since the last save when UPDHST(*YES) is
    specified. The audit value has also been added.

-   FTP2

    A new parameter has been to FTP2 and SBMFTP2 for OUTQ to allow the
    created log file to be directed to a specific output queue. The
    FTP2 parameter is only used in batch jobs not initiated by
    SBMFTP2.

-   PAGSEP

    New documentation has been added to the tool documentation
    regarding how to print a spooled attribute that is not supported
    by the tool.

-   PRTPAGRNG

    A new parameter has been added to allow for DBCS data. If
    requested, the output data is shifted to the right one position.

-   RCLSTG

    The options now align with the system for *DIR and ASPDEV.

-   RPLPF

    The CPYF parameter now defaults to *MAPDROP. The previous default
    of *YES maps to *MAPDROP. A new value has been added to allow the
    rename of a DDS field.

-   RTVDAT

    The WEEKOFMTH parameter has been added.

-   RTVIFSED

    The ASNEEDARC parameter has been added to allow a determination of
    whether a system object has changed since the last save. The
    AUDITVAL parameter has also been added.

-   SAVALLCHG

    The COMPACT parameter has been added.

-   SAVLIBSAVF

    The DTACPR parameter now supports *LOW, *MEDIUM, and *HIGH. The
    same change has been made to several SAVxxx commands.

-   SNDBRKACT

    The command now sends a diagnostic message if SNDBRKMSG fails and
    an escape message if any errors occur.

Fixes

-   Install

    If the previous command library no longer exists, the install
    failed. This has been corrected.

-   APYRMTJRN

    CRTAPYRMTD failed with CPF3C92 (value not valid for optimum space
    alignment). The journal entry for adding and removing members was
    not handled properly. These errors have been corrected.

-   CRTUSRSPC

    Due to a system change, the largest user space is now 16,730,120
    instead 16,776,704.

-   CVTDSPTAP

    The outfile has been set to *NOMAX.

-   CVTIFSEAUT

    The command failed if many IFS objects were converted with a
    CEE0813 message. This has been corrected by re-creating the
    activation group after 2,500 calls to the RPG program.

-   CVTIFSOWN

    The IFSARC field was not being filled. This has been corrected.

-   CVTJOBACG3

    The job number, entry date/time and start date/time fields were
    not being output. This has been corrected.

-   CVTLIBDBF

    The OUTMBR parameter was not being used. This has been corrected.

-   CVTMSGQ2

    Some errors in the parameters passed to the API have been
    corrected.

-   CVTTAPSAVD

    The outfile has been set to *NOMAX.

-   DLYCMD

    The command now allows the date format of the job to differ for
    the date format described in QDATFMT. The display of the initial
    date on the display now appears in job format instead of the
    system value format.

-   DSPHOLIDAY

    The day of week for New Years Day was incorrect sometimes.
    Memorial Day was not being displayed. These errors have been
    corrected.

-   DSPJRNRCV2

    The command failed on CPF0818 (value cannot be converted). Blank
    dates also caused problems. These errors have been corrected.

-   DYNMNU

    There were inconsistencies between ADDDYNMNUU, MTNDYNMNUU, and
    CHGDYNMNUU with the values allowed for the parameters for LOGCMD
    and CMDLIN. If a TAA command was improperly entered on a menu
    command line, the STRDYNMNU command aborted instead of displaying
    the error. These errors have been corrected.

-   PRTJRNSUM

    In a strange case the file name was blank and the command failed
    on CHKOBJ. This is now treated as a 'not found' condition.

-   PRTLIBANL

    The omit library parameter did not handle generic properly. This
    has been corrected.

-   RCLSTG2

    Due to changes in the system, the DSPRCLHST information had to be
    changed. No counts now exist for the display.

-   RMVMSGQMSG

    TAA9893 is now sent as an escape message if the message queue
    cannot be allocate to an *EXCL lock.

-   RMVOLDMSG

    The command failed when a list was provided with EXTLST less than
    zero. This has been corrected.

-   RTVDIAGMSG

    The message library return values were blank. This has been
    corrected.

-   RTVIFSED

    CRTTAATOOL did not create the tool. This has been corrected.

-   RTVLIBSRCF

    A better message is now provided if *STD is requested and no
    source files are found to match.

-   SAVALLCHG

    The command failed if QTEMP was not on the library list. This is
    now checked for and an escape message issued.

-   SCNMAILLOG

    The tool has been reworked to correct errors in selection and
    formatting.

-   SNDSPLMAIL

    The internet address field was blanked when re-prompting. This has
    been corrected.

-   SPLARC

    The PRTOUTQ command failed when an output queue was specified
    without a library name. This has been corrected.

-   SPLSTO

    If the re-print option did not find any detail records, escape
    message TAA9895 is now sent and it is translated to a normal error
    message by WRKSPLSTO rather than aborting the program.

Incompatibilities

-   CRTUSRSPC

    The system changed the maximum size of a user space from
    16,776,704 to 16,773,120. TAA use of CRTUSRSPC never specified the
    maximum. If CRTUSRSPC was used directly and specified the old
    maximum, the command would fail. The CRTUSRSPC command reflects
    the new maximum.

-   MAILADR

    The LOGMAILENT function has been reworked. Minor differences exist
    such as the MLLSTR field is now used to denote TEST(*YES) instead
    of the last record.

-   RCLSTG2

    Due to changes in the system, the same count information that
    appeared on DSPRCLHST is no longer available.

-   RMVMSGQMSG

    TAA9893 is now sent as an escape message if the message queue
    cannot be allocated to an *EXCL lock.

-   RPLPF

    The CPYF parameter default is now *MAPDROP. The previous default
    of *YES is mapped to *MAPDROP thus causing the same function.


2009-07-15 (R42)

New

-   CHKCMDQLFN

    The Check Command Qualified Name command checks the parameters
    from CRTCMD that support qualified names to ensure that if a
    program is specified that the library qualifier is not *LIBL.
    Using *LIBL from a command that is used in a program that adopts
    authority presents a security exposure where a bogus program could
    be used.

-   CHKJOBMSGW

    The Check Job Message Wait command allows you to send a
    notification when a job is waiting for a response to a message
    (MSGW status). The notification can be one or more of 1) Send a
    break message to a message queue on the current system,
    2)  Send a break message to a workstation on a different system
        (using FTP), 3) Send an Email to a user (using TAA tool
        SNDTXTMAIL)
-   CHKOBJATR

    The Check Object Attribute command checks for an object attribute
    such as RPG or PF. The value '*ALL' is considered valid. TAA9893
    is sent as an escape message for an invalid attribute. The command
    is useful for checking other command input which allows an object
    attribute.

-   CVTOBJD3

    The Convert Object Description 3 command converts DSPOBJD
    information to a subset outfile using the same field names (such
    as ODOBNM for object name). Not all fields from the system file
    are included. The command is intended for the case where the
    program is created to run on a prior release where the DSPOBJD
    model file may differ and cause a file override error in a
    program. A list of object attributes may be specified.

-   DLYHLDSPLF

    The Delay Hold Spooled File command submits a batch job to
    QSYSNOMAX to run HLDSPLF after a delay time of a specified number
    of seconds. This allows a processing program to perform functions
    while the spooled file is the READY status.

-   DLYRLSSPLF

    The Delay Release Spooled File command submits a batch job to
    QSYSNOMAX to run RLSSPLF after a delay time of a specified number
    of seconds. This allows a processing program to perform functions
    while the spooled file is the HELD status.

-   DSPOBJSIZ

    The Display Object Size command displays or lists objects and
    their sizes. Selection can occur on a generic object name, object
    type, object attribute, and owner. Sequencing can be requested by
    size. DSPOBJSIZ provides a simple review of objects by size.

-   DUPAUTLAUT

    The Duplicate Authorization List Authorities command duplicates
    the authorities from one *AUTL to another. Both *AUTL objects must
    be owned by the same user. All authorities from the To *AUTL are
    removed first and the authorities from the From *AUTL are copied.
    DUPAUTLAUT is helpful when you want to create an *AUTL that is
    similar, but not the same as an existing *AUTL.

-   ENDOLDJBQJ

    The End Old Job Queue Jobs command ends jobs which are on one or
    all job queues based on a specified number of retention days. Jobs
    that have a schedule date are bypassed. An Action parameter exists
    that allows a determination of the jobs that would be ended if
    ACTION(*END) had been specified.

-   PGMADP

    The Program Adopt tool provides a series of commands to help
    manage the programs that adopt a user profile during the running
    of the program. This allows a review and approval of these
    programs and a method of monitoring for changes.

-   RTVLFSRC

    The Retrieve Logical File Source command retrieves the information
    from an existing logical file object and writes a DDS source
    member that attempts to emulate the original source that was used.
    The command has several restrictions. It is limited to simple
    logical files. Key fields described for the logical file are
    written to the DDS along with select/omit criteria.

-   SCNCLSA

    The Scan Class Attributes command scans one or more Class Objects
    for attribute values. This acts as a simple query to determine the
    value of attributes of Class objects.

-   SCNCMDA

    The Scan Command Attributes command scans one or more Command
    Objects for attribute values. This acts as a simple query to
    determine the value of attributes of Command objects.

-   SCNDSPFA

    The Scan Display File Attributes command scans one or more display
    files for attribute values. This acts as a simple query to
    determine the value of attributes of display files.

-   SCNDTAQA

    The Scan Data Queue Attributes command scans one or more Data
    Queues for attribute values. This acts as a simple query to
    determine the value of attributes of Data Queue objects.

-   SCNJOBDA

    The Scan Job Description Attributes command scans one or more job
    description objects for attribute values. This acts as a simple
    query to determine the value of attributes of job descriptions.

-   SCNJOBQA

    The Scan Job Queue Attributes command scans one or more Job queue
    objects for attribute values. This acts as a simple query to
    determine the value of attributes of Job Queues.

-   SCNLFA

    The Scan Logical File Attributes command scans one or more logical
    files for attribute values. This acts as a simple query to
    determine the value of attributes of logical files.

-   SCNMSGQA

    The Scan Message Queue Attributes command scans one or more
    Message Queues for attribute values. This acts as a simple query
    to determine the value of attributes of Message Queue objects.

-   SCNOBJDA

    The Scan Object Description Attributes command scans one or more
    objects for attribute values. This acts as a simple query to
    determine the value of attributes of objects.

-   SCNOUTQA

    The Scan Output Queue Attributes command scans one or more Output
    Queues for attribute values. This acts as a simple query to
    determine the value of attributes of Output Queue objects.

-   SCNPFA

    The Scan Physical File Attributes command scans one or more
    physical files for attribute values. This acts as a simple query
    to determine the value of attributes of physical files.

-   SCNPGMA

    The Scan Program Attributes command scans one or more programs for
    attribute values. This acts as a simple query to determine the
    value of attributes of program objects.

Enhancements

-   CHKAPOST

    An option has been added to allow checking for the double
    apostrophe character (") or both the single and double apostrophe
    character.

-   CRTCMDHLP

    If the member does not exist, it is now added.

-   CVTDEVPRT

    Additional outfile fields are now included.

-   CVTDTAQA

    Additional outfile fields are now included.

-   CVTOUTQ

    Additional outfile fields are now included.

-   CVTPGMA

    The object type is now included in the outfile.

-   CVTSRVPGMA

    The object type is now included in the outfile.

-   CVTWRKSPLF

    Additional outfile fields are now included.

-   DSPCMDKWD

    The SELECT parameter now supports *SCAN to allow scanning of all
    keywords for a string.

-   DSPTAADAT

    A 'level' parameter has been added to allow selection by assigned
    level of importance. A sequence parameter has been added to allow
    sequencing in integration date order. *DESCEND is the default.

-   DUPSPLF

    A new parameter has been added to allow the new spooled file to be
    released if the original spooled file was in the held status.

-   HELPTAA

    A new option exists for FNDCMD.

-   JOBACG

    New parameters have been added to DSPJOBACG to allow lists of
    omitted jobs and users.

-   QRYUSE

    The data base outfile information is now included in the outfile
    for *QRYDFN object types. A RFMQRYUSE command is now supported to
    reformat any existing files to the new format.

-   RTVDEVPRT

    Additional return values are now supported.

-   RTVDTAQD

    Additional return values are now supported.

-   RTVSPLFA

    Additional return values are now supported.

-   WRKALLSPLF

    A new parameter SPLSTOID has been added to allow a spool store ID
    to be entered and used with CVTSPLSTO.

-   WRKCURUSR

    The F16 key has been added as a toggle between a display of the
    job user and the subsystem name. A similar change had been made to
    DSPCURUSR.

-   WRKIPDEV

    A new option exists to write to an outfile.

-   WRKSBSD2

    A new option exists to allow the immediate display of one of the
    subsystem parts such as the routing entries if a specific
    subsystem is named.

Fixes

-   ADDDAT3

    The command failed if the FROMFMT was other than *JOB format. This
    has been corrected.

-   CAPLIB2

    The command failed on SNDJLGMSG because of a length of a DCL. This
    has been corrected.

-   CPYTOOUTQ

    If a single member was requested, the code did not operate
    properly. This has been corrected.

-   CRTCMDHLP

    If the member does not exist, it is now added.

-   CVTCMDA

    The validity checker library contained the wrong value. This has
    been corrected.

-   CVTLIBOBJA

    The command failed to grant the authorization for the group name
    if the user was *GROUP. This has been corrected.

-   CVTQHST2

    The conversion was ignoring messages with a blank message ID. This
    has been corrected.

-   CVTTAPSAVD

    The command does not support IFS objects. These are now bypassed.

-   DLTDUPRCD

    TAAPRT1 overflowed 500,000 records. It has been changed to *NOMAX
    for this program. All TAA printer files have had the size
    increased from 500,000 to 1,000,000.

-   DLTIFS

    The command failed if a single apostrophe existed in the name.
    This has been corrected.

-   DLTOLDSPLF

    In some cases the CVTOUTQ command failed with an invalid starting
    record number. This has been corrected.

-   DSPALLSPLF

    Option 9 for PRTPAGRNG failed as the wrong spooled file number was
    prompted for.

-   PRTRPGDO

    Mismatches such as a DOxx group ended by ENDIF were not flagged.
    If the last group did not have a valid ENDxx, it was not flagged.
    These errors have been corrected.

-   RMVALLLFM

    Added special handling for join logical files and multi-format
    logical files. SQL indexes and Encoded Vector Indexes are now
    processed by saving the files, deleting them, and having ADDALLLFM
    restore them.

-   RMVMSGQMSG

    Added monitor for CPF2410 after RMVMSG for case where message key
    no longer exists.

-   RTVCLSA

    The *NOMAX value for DFTWAIT was not returned, but rather -1. This
    has been corrected.

-   RTVCMDA

    The return parameters were not correct in some cases as the proxy
    chain was not being handled. This impacted CVTCMDA. This has been
    corrected.

-   SORTDBF

    The input member parameter was ignored and the first member was
    always used. This has been corrected.

-   SORTDB2

    The wrong character was used in Col 20 of the I specs. The command
    now properly supports different decimal types. These errors have
    been corrected.

-   SPLARC

    In an unusual situation, the open date was blank. This caused
    problems when converting the date. If an invalid open date exists,
    it is now changed to the current date.

-   SPLCTL

    In an unusual situation, there could be multiple spooled files
    from a system job with the same spooled file number. In this case,
    the internal CPYSPLF failed. The code now flags this situation and
    bypasses the spooled file.

-   SPLSTO

    If CVTSPLSTO is used and the spooled file no longer exists, better
    error handling now occurs.

Incompatibilities

-   DSPPERTAA

    The option numbers have changed beginning with 16 because of
    additions.

-   DSPTAADAT

    A sequence parameter has been added to allow sequencing in
    integration date order. The sequence has been changed to
    descending order because of the default.

-   QRYUSE

    The file format for QRYUSEP has changed to include outfile
    information for *QRYDFN object types. A RFMQRYUSE command is
    available to reformat the files.

-   SCNALLSRC

    If the argument was not found in any of the source files, the
    escape message TAA9893 is now sent.


2009-04-15 (R41)

New

-   BOMBRUN

    The Bombing Run command provides an interactive game where you
    attempt to bomb a target. A plane moves across the display after
    you press Enter. F6 is used to drop the bomb. You must account for
    the direction and maximum speed of the wind. The target is also
    moving.

-   CHKAUDAUT

    The Check *AUDIT Special Authority command checks if the user
    (including group authority and adopted authority) has *AUDIT
    special authority. The command completes normally if the user
    has *AUDIT authority with no feedback. If the user does not
    have *AUDIT authority, TAA9891 is sent as an escape message.

-   CHKAUDVAL

    The Check Audit Value command checks a list of specified audit
    value such as *AUTFAIL against the values in the QAUDLVL and
    QAUDLVL2 system values. If one of the specified values does not
    exist, TAA9891 is sent as an escape message.

-   CLRLIB2

    The Clear Library 2 command is like the system CLRLIB command, but
    also clears objects that can cause CLRLIB to fail such as
    dependent logical files in a different library, constraints
    specified by ADDPFCST, receivers that have not been saved, and
    output queues with entries. Some exceptions exist that may prevent
    a cleared library.

-   CNFDLTRCD

    The Confirm Delete Record command allows deleting a record by
    entering a relative record number of a record in a file. A prompt
    appears with the data from the file (characters below X'40 appear
    as blanks). You must confirm the deletion by pressing F6.
    CNFDLTRCD may only be used in an interactive environment.

-   CPYFRMCSV

    The Copy From Comma Delimited File tool provides two commands to
    copy comma delimited files (such as from a spread sheet) to an
    externally described file. CPYFRMCSV should be used for one time
    functions or for the first time to help you create a customized
    externally described file. CPYFRMCSV2 should be used when an
    externally described file already exists.

-   CPYNULLFLD

    The Copy Null Fields command copies data from a file that contains
    null fields to a corresponding file that does not have null
    fields. The null values are changed to zeros. You may create the
    corresponding file or replace the data in the file if it already
    exists. CPYNULLFLD may be used to allow functions that do not
    operate on null field files to be used.

-   CVTPING

    The Convert Ping command captures the information from a PING
    command and places the results in one record written to an
    outfile. Each record contains the results for 5 ping attempts and
    the minimum, average, and maximum of all attempts. The outfile
    name is always PINGP. The model outfile is TAATCPM with a format
    name of PINGRCD.

-   DLTLIB2

    The Delete Library 2 command is like the system DLTLIB command,
    but also deletes objects that can cause DLTLIB to fail such as
    dependent logical files in a different library, constraints
    specified by ADDPFCST, receivers that have not been saved, and
    output queues with entries. Some exceptions exist that may prevent
    the library from being deleted.

-   DSPCRTDAT

    The Display Create Date command provides a display or listing of
    objects with selection on the create date and time. The default
    displays the objects in descending create date and time order.
    DSPCRTDAT may be useful in understanding recent changes.

-   DSPCRTUSR

    The Display Create User command displays or lists objects and
    compares the 'create user' to the 'current owner'. A specific
    'create user' may be selected. Differences are flagged. DSPCRTUSR
    may be helpful in understanding changes that have occurred.

-   DSPEXCLCK

    The Display Exclusive Locks command displays or lists the
    objects/members that have exclusive locks. This can be a very slow
    running command if many physical file objects are specified to be
    checked as CVTOBJLCK must be used on each to determine if any
    members are locked exclusively. DSPEXCLCK can assist in
    determining what cannot be processed because of exclusive locks.

-   DSPSPLOWN

    The Display Spooled Files Owner command displays or lists by
    spooled file owner either each owned spooled file or a summary by
    user. This allows a review of how many spooled files and how much
    spooled file storage is owned by users. Specific libraries may be
    named or all libraries.

-   DSPSTGUSE

    The Display Storage Use command displays or lists the amount of
    storage used in descending order by user profile. A percentage
    (default of 90%) may be specified to flag those profiles that are
    approaching the maximum storage allowed per profile. DSPSTGUSE is
    helpful in understanding what users have used versus the maximum
    allowed for each.

-   DSPSYSSEC

    The Display System Security command displays or lists the high
    level information about system security and what the pending
    changes are. The RTVSYSSEC TAA command is used to retrieve the
    information.

-   DSPTAADAT

    The Display TAA Integration Date command displays or lists tools
    by integration date. This provides a review of what tools have
    been shipped by date. A 'from' and 'to' date may be specified
    along with a category. A count by year is optional.

-   RMVSRCMBR

    The Remove Source Members command removes members from a source
    file based on a number of retention days. The comparison may be
    made to the Create Date, the Change Date, or the Use Date. An
    ACTION parameter exists and defaults to *CHECK to provide a
    listing of what would be removed.

-   RSTOBJSAVF

    The Restore Objects to Save File command reads a tape saved by
    SAVLIB or SAVOBJ for one, many, or all libraries and restores the
    objects to the TAATMPLIB library for each library found. After
    each library is restored, a save file is created in a named
    library and the TAATMPLIB library is saved to the save file. The
    TAATMPLIB library is then cleared and the next library is
    processed.

-   SCNALLSRC2

    The Scan All Source 2 command will scan for up to 20 arguments in
    all source files in one or more libraries. Special values exist
    for the library name such as *ALLUSR. An omit list of libraries
    may also be named. The command is submitted to batch with JOBD and
    JOBQ parameters.

-   SCNSPLF2

    The Scan Spooled File 2 command scans selected spooled files for a
    string and displays or prints the results. This allows searching
    for a string that exists in spooled files such as job logs. The
    QUSLSPL API is used to determine the selected spooled files.

Enhancements

-   CMPLIB2

    A list of included and excluded object types may now be specified.

-   CPYUSRPRF2

    The PASSWORD parameter now supports *RANDOM to allow the INZPWD
    function of creating a random password. The value for the
    parameter may be fixed via a new Application Value. For example,
    when the prompt appears, *RANDOM will be displayed without
    allowing a user change. The CPYUSRPRF2 option from the SECOFR2
    menu now supports this.

-   DLTOLDQRPL

    A library parameter has been added to allow deleting from a IASP
    QRPLOBJ object.

-   DSPPERTAA

    New options exist for BOMBRUN and FNDWRD.

-   DSPQHST2

    The library of the QHST2 is now displayed on DSPQHST2.

-   JOBACG

    The ANZJOBACG command has been added which has more function than
    the PRTJOBACGn commands.

-   PRTDB

    A new keyword (COLHDG) has been added to allow the DDS column
    headings to be used instead of the field names.

-   PRTIFS

    If *TYPE2 is specified and a directory name exceeds 30 bytes,
    additional lines are listed for the full path name.

-   SCNALLSRC

    A new parameter (DLTSPLF) has been added to allow deletion of
    spooled files where the argument was not found.

-   SNDMSGSBM

    The command may now be run in batch using QCMDEXC.

-   SNDUSRBRK

    The USER parameter now supports a generic name or *ALL for all
    users.

Fixes

-   CHKMAILADR

    An address such as 'xxx%abc.' was passing the syntax check. This
    has been corrected.

-   CHKTGTRLS

    Added the V6R1M0 release name.

-   CPYUSRPRF

    The command failed in some cases involving group profiles of the
    current user or the From user profile. This has been corrected.

-   CVTSYSVAL

    The command now allows the proper conversion when the system tags
    the WRKSYSVAL spooled file as DBCS capable. The command did not
    properly check the release version of the system. These errors
    have been corrected.

-   DLYCMD

    The final wait time for DLYJOB was not handled properly which was
    impacting tools such as SAVE2. The restricted state message
    appeared even though the restricted state was not requested. These
    errors have been corrected.

-   DYNMNU

    The install program failed to make an addition to the DYNMNU
    Application Value in TAASECURE. This has been corrected.

-   EXCSRC

    The command failed if the STRCND command was spread over multiple
    lines. This has been corrected.

-   HELPTAA

    Option 4 for TAASUMMARY displayed only the first half. A prompt
    screen now appears allowing a continuation.

-   JOBACG

    The total for job time in minutes was off shifted on PRTJOBACG3.
    This has been corrected.

-   JOBACT

    The WRKJOBACT command failed with excess parameters on an OVRDBF
    command. This has been corrected.

-   LCK1STRCD

    If the file was not on the library list, the command failed. This
    has been corrected.

-   RMVOLDMSG

    If multiple message queues were specified, only the first in the
    list was processed. This has been corrected.

-   RNMUSRPRF

    The message queue for the old user in QUSRSYS is now deleted. If
    the user did not have a home directory, the command failed. This
    has been corrected.

-   RTVLIBSIZ

    If no objects exist in the library, the command failed with
    CPF9898. The size of the library object is now returned.

-   RTVSRVMODA

    The command failed if more than 25 modules existed. This has been
    corrected.

-   SAVACT

    The EDTSAVACT command now uses *ALLUSR to propagate the list of
    libraries.

-   SAVSNDL

    The SAVF parameter was not being processed. This has been
    corrected.

-   SCNCMDUSG

    The command failed if the source library no longer existed. This
    has been corrected.

-   SCNIFS

    The command now ensures that a *DIR object is specified.

-   SNDOBJLCKM

    If the object had an *EXCL lock, the command failed. This has been
    corrected.

-   SPLSTO

    CVTSPLSTO now monitors for a spooled file not being in existence
    and resends the system message.

Incompatibilities

-   None.


2009-01-15 (R40)

New

-   CHKALLOBJO

    The Check *ALLOBJ Owner command checks the owner of an object to
    ensure he has *ALLOBJ special authority. For example, if a user
    with *ALLOBJ authority creates a program with USRPRF(*OWNER), but
    the user is part of a group that does not have *ALLOBJ and the
    group profile becomes the owner, the program will not run
    with *ALLOBJ authority. CHKALLOBJO can be used as part of the
    create step to ensure the proper create of a program.

-   CHKLCKSYSV

    The Check Locked System Value command checks a system value to see
    if it is locked by the DST/SST function. This prevents certain
    system values from being used by CHGSYSVAL (or the Change option
    on WRKSYSVAL). The escape message TAA9896 is sent if the DST/SST
    function has been used and the system value is one that is on the
    list that may be locked. Otherwise, the command completes
    normally.

-   CLCDATDIF4

    The Calculate Date Difference 4 command is like CLCDATDIF3, but
    allows a list of one or more day names to be specified. This
    allows an answer to a question such as 'How many Tuesdays and
    Thursdays exist between 2 dates?'

-   CLROUTQ2

    The Clear Output Queue 2 command clears all but a specified number
    of spooled files from an output queue. The spooled files are first
    sorted in descending sequence by open date/time. The spooled files
    are then read, the specified number are bypassed, and the
    remainder are deleted. CLROUTQ2 simplifies keeping an output queue
    with a manageable number of spooled files.

-   CMPIFS

    The Compare IFS command is designed to assist when you want to
    ensure that IFS objects in one or more directories on different
    systems or partitions are the same. The CAPIFS command must be
    used on both systems/partitions to capture the IFS information.
    The two libraries containing the CAPIFS information must exist on
    the same system when CMPIFS run. A spooled file is displayed or
    output with the differences.

-   CMPOUTQ

    The Compare Output Queue command compares the major attribute
    information from each spooled file in one or more output queues to
    the same information created on another system. The CAPOUTQ
    command must be used on both systems/partitions to create a
    library with the spooled file information. The two created
    libraries must exist on the same system when CMPOUTQ run. A
    spooled file is displayed or output with the differences.

-   CMPRPYLE

    The Compare System Reply List Entries command compares two
    versions of the RPYLSTP file output by CVTRPYLE. This may be used
    to compare against a previous version on the same system or to
    compare against the output from two different systems.

-   DSPDSKSTS

    The Display Disk Status command displays or lists information
    about the disks attached to the system. The display differs from
    the system WRKDSKSTS command in that fewer statistics are shown,
    but the data is grouped by ASP with additional information about
    each hardware resource. The data is accessed from the TAA
    CVTDSKSTS command.

-   DSPLIBSIZ

    The Display Library Size command displays or lists a summary of a
    library with size and count information. One, generic, or many
    libraries may be requested to be included. The library object
    record is included in the size and count of objects. An outfile
    may also be requested which contains many additional fields. The
    outfile model file in TAATOOL is TAALIDHP with a format name of
    LIBSIZR.

-   DSPLIB2

    The Display Library 2 command displays or lists objects, data
    members, and source members in a named library. Summaries of each
    section are shown. More information is shown than the system
    command DSPLIB, but only a spooled file exists (not an interactive
    display). DSPLIB2 can be helpful when reviewing the contents of a
    library.

-   DSPQMQRY

    The Display QMQRY command displays either a *QMQRY or *QRYDFN
    object by retrieving basic information about the object and the
    source retrieved by RTVQMQRY. The command may be useful in
    reviewing an existing query.

-   DSPSBSJBQE

    The Display Subsystem Job Queue Entries command displays the job
    queue entries for one or more subsystems. This allows a review of
    the important entries that control batch work. Selection by a
    specific job queue may be made. An outfile is optional.

-   FIXDBFFLD

    The Fix Data Base Field changes a character field (or an entire
    record) in a member to trim leading blanks, remove a list of
    characters, and translate characters. A single field may be used
    for selection. FIXDBFFLD may be useful when data is received from
    another system that contains unwanted characters.

-   HLDJOB2

    The Hold Job 2 command holds one or more jobs using the system
    HLDJOB command. Generic job names or user names may be specified
    along with a subsystem name. An ACTION parameter allows
    either *CHECK or *HOLD. HLDJOB2 can assist when a set of jobs
    needs to be held. You must have *JOBCTL special authority to use
    HLDJOB2.

-   LOOKUP

    The Lookup command provides a search within a CL program of a
    character variable that is an array of equal length elements. The
    variable must be declared as *CHAR LEN(32000). An alternate array
    may be specified and the corresponding element returned after a
    successful lookup. The alternate array variable must also be
    declared as *CHAR LEN(32000).

-   LOOKUP2

    The Lookup 2 command provides a search within a CL program of a
    character variable of 32,000 bytes that is an array of equal
    length elements. An option allows the insertion into the first
    blank element. Another option allows a shorter length for the
    lookup argument to enable additional information to be stored in
    each element.

-   PMTOPR2

    The Prompt Operator 2 command is a simpler version of PMTOPR and
    DSPWINDOW. It allows a CL program to display a window and
    optionally allow an F12 for Cancel and/or a Y/N return value. Up
    to 6 lines of text may appear plus a title. PMTOPR2 provides a
    simple method of communicating with an operator.

-   RLSJOB2

    The Release Job 2 command releases one or more jobs that are in a
    HLD status by using the system RLSJOB command. Generic job names
    or user names may be specified along with a subsystem name. An
    ACTION parameter allows either *CHECK or *RELEASE. RLSJOB2 can
    assist when a set of jobs needs to be released. You must
    have *JOBCTL special authority to use RLSJOB2.

-   RTVSYSSEC

    The Retrieve System Security command retrieves the overall system
    security values including the current and pending security level,
    current and pending password level, whether changes can be made to
    security system values, whether to allow digital certificates to
    be added, and whether the service tools password can be changed.

-   SCNCLPCMD

    The Scan CLP Command scans CL source members for up to 50
    different command names. A display or listing is output. An
    outfile is optional. SCNCLPCMD offers better function that the
    system PRTCMDUSG command in terms of finding command usage. If an
    outfile is created, the model file in TAATOOL is TAACLTEP with a
    format name of CMDRCD.

-   SCNDTAQ

    The Scan Data Queue command scans the entries in a data queue for
    a value. Both the scan value and the entry are converted to upper
    case before scanning. A listing of the entries containing the
    value is optional. An option also exists to send an escape message
    if the scan value is not found.

-   SNDOBJLCKM

    The Send Object Lock Message command sends a break message to
    workstations that have jobs with locks held on up to 100 different
    named objects. An option exists to end the jobs after sending a
    break message. SNDOBJLCKM can be used to inform users that an
    exclusive function is needed for the objects and ending of the
    jobs is required. A listing that describes the actions taken is
    displayed or output.

-   SORTCLPVAR

    The Sort CLP Variable command provides a sort of a number of fixed
    length elements of up to 100 bytes in a 32,000 byte variable. The
    data is sequenced in either ascending or descending order and
    returned in the same variable. The array may be loaded by a tool
    such as LOOKUP2. The first all blank element or if the variable is
    full signals the end of the elements.

-   WRKSYSVAL2

    The Work System Value 2 command allows an entry of a string of
    characters such as 'LMT' or 'LIMIT' and scans the system value
    names and text for matches. A work display appears with the
    matching system values and options to display or 'work with'.
    WRKSYSVAL2 simplifies accessing a system value when you know part
    of the name or a word in the text description.

Enhancements

-   CLCMOD10

    A second command (CLCMOD10L) has been added which calculates the
    self check digit beginning at the left (high order digit) as
    opposed to CLCMOD10 which calculates beginning at the units
    position.

-   CVTOBJLCK

    The MBR parameter now supports *ALL.

-   CVTSYSVAL

    The OUTMBR parameter now supports *DATE to allow a member name of
    Mcyymmdd to be created. This allows for CMPSYSVAL to compare
    different days. The same function has been added to CVTRPYLE,
    CVTJOBSCDE, and CVTREGINF.

-   CVTWRKSPLF

    The EXPDATE parameter now supports *NONE to allow a selection of
    the spooled files that do not have an expiration date.

-   DLTDBFRCD

    Non-externally described files are now supported. Use the file
    name as the field name.

-   DLTIFS

    Folders are now supported.

-   DLTOBJ

    An OBJATTR parameter has been added.

-   DSPHOLIDAY

    New holidays have been added for Groundhog Day, Mardi Gras, Cinco
    de Mayo, Armed Forces Day, and Flag Day. *ADMPROF is now the
    preferred value instead of *SECRETARY and the day is called
    'Administrative Professional's Day'. Both values produce the same
    day. RTVHOLIDAY and CHKHOLIDAY includes the same changes.

-   DSPIFS

    The command now uses the *TYPE2 format regardless of what is
    specified. This allows the full path name of the object to appear
    on the listing instead of the directory name.

-   DSPOBJD2

    A pattern scan capability has been added to allow a value such as
    AB_D%12 to find names such as ABCD12, ABXD123, and ABYDZZ312. An
    OUTPUT parameter has been added to allow listing the results.

-   DSPSECRVW

    A new parameter has been added to allow sequencing on the the
    maximum storage allowed parameter.

-   DYNMNU

    A new option exists to allow a group profile to be added to the
    master user file and used if the user entering the Dynamic Menu is
    part of the group. Supplemental groups are also supported.

-   FNDJOB

    A sort parameter has been added to allow the jobs to appear in
    job, user, or job number sequence.

-   PAGSEP

    The number of pages in the spooled file is now listed at the
    bottom of the separator page.

-   RNMUSRPRF

    If the old user is a group profile, the group members are changed
    to reflect the new user. IFS objects owned by the old user now
    have their ownership changed to the new user. The home directory
    of the old user (if it exists) is renamed to the new user's home
    directory.

-   RTVJOBSCDE

    The entry number parameter now supports *FIRST and *LAST in
    addition to a specific number or *ONLY. A new parameter has been
    added for the number of jobs that exist with the same name.

-   RTVJRNRCV

    Additional return parameters have been added to allow for up to
    1500 receivers to be returned. CVTJRNA also allows up to 1500
    receivers.

-   SCNEXTMSGF

    The listing has been improved to show where the scan value exists
    in the first or second level text.

-   WRKOBJ2

    A pattern scan capability has been added to allow a value such as
    AB_D%12 to find names such as ABCD12, ABXD123, and ABYDZZ312.

Fixes

-   CAPJOBA

    The command failed with CPF1336 if multiple DDM conversations
    existed. The previous diagnostic was CPF180E. A separate command
    is now used for DDMCNV and a monitor for CPF1336. The diagnostic
    is left in the job log.

-   CMPLIB

    The command failed in some cases with CPF3309 (spooled file does
    not exist). This has been corrected.

-   CVTMSGQ

    In some cases an index error caused a failure. This has been
    corrected.

-   CVTOUTQ

    For certain spool types such as AFPDS, the system places the
    number of records in the field originally used for diskette
    records and appeared in the outfile as SPNREC with a max of 6
    digits. This caused an error on large spooled files. If a large
    spooled file of this type occurs, the SPNREC field will contain
    999,999 and a new field SPNRC2 will contain 9 digits.

-   CVTWRKSPLF

    The *GE, *GT, *LT, *LE logic was incorrect for selecting the
    expiration date. This has been corrected.

-   DLTIFS

    Some selection criteria was not working properly. This has been
    corrected.

-   DLTIFSDIR

    The internal command RTVIFSED now uses the USRPRF parameter value
    rather than QSECOFR to avoid the case where the target system did
    not have a QSECOFR profile or password.

-   DLTOLDSPLF

    The number of Output Queues that could be bypassed failed in
    printing if a large number were specified.

-   DSPSBSJOBQ

    If the JOBQ did not exist or the user was not authorized, the
    command failed. This has been corrected.

-   DSPTXT

    For large arrays that were passed (such as DSPUSAHST or
    DSPUSAPRES), the F10 function on an element toward the end of the
    array positioned to an earlier element. This has been corrected.

-   DSPUSRJOB

    If a job log was deleted by using Option 8 and then 4 for delete
    and the job log was the last spooled file for the job, an error
    occurred after the delete of the spooled file. This has been
    corrected.

-   DUPTAADBF

    If the name of the new object already existed in the library, the
    error message incorrectly used the TAA file name instead of the
    new object name. This has been corrected.

-   DYNMNU

    In some cases the DSPDYNMNU count of users that were listed was
    off. This has been corrected.

-   QRYUSE

    The CVTQRYUSE command was failing if the user was not authorized
    to the query objects. This has been corrected.

-   RGZLIB

    If many members were requested to be processed in multi-member
    files, the command failed with a receiver value too small. This
    has been corrected.

-   RMVSPCAUT

    The internal command name used was in error. This has been
    corrected.

-   RNMUSRPRF

    If the user had all authority to an object, the new user was
    given *CHANGE authority. The old user authorities were not being
    duplicated to the new user profile. These errors have been
    corrected.

-   RTVGENOBJ

    The RETAIN(*NO) option was deleting the temporary user space each
    time instead of when no more objects existed to be returned. This
    has been corrected.

-   RTVIFSED

    The * and ? characters are now considered valid in an address. The
    CPFA089 escape message will no longer be sent.

-   RTVSPLFA2

    A new parameter USRDFNDTA2 has been added to allow for 255 bytes.
    The existing USRDFNDTA parameter remains with a length of 250.

-   SHOUT

    There was a timing problem. If the job was no longer active,
    SNDBRKMSG does not send a message. This did not cause an escape
    message, but caused confusion in the job log. If USERS(*ALLACTIVE)
    was specified, the limit of 100 users has This has been corrected.
    been increased to 1600.

-   SWPUSRPRF

    The command left a handle on the current profile. This has been
    corrected.

-   WRKOBJ2

    The option to display the object if a save file, now reports
    errors instead of failing. Several fixes have been made for the
    Change/Work option to report a change rather than a non-supported
    function.

Incompatibilities

-   DSPIFS

    The OUTFILFMT parameter now defaults to *TYPE2 and *TYPE1 is
    ignored if entered. This allows the full path name to be listed.

-   DYNMNU

    The Dynamic Menu files must be reformatted. Checking occurs during
    STRDYNMNU and a few other commands. A new command RFMDYNMNU is
    supplied to assist in reformatting.

-   RTVIFSED

    CPFA089 is no longer a monitorable message.

-   RTVJRNRCV

    New parameters have been added that allow up to 1500 receivers to
    a single journal to be returned instead of the old limit of 490.
    If you have less than 490 receivers, your use of RTVJRNRCV is
    compatible. If you have more than 490 receivers, the NBRRCV field
    was set to 99999. If less than 1500, the NBRRCV field will now
    contain the actual number.


2008-10-15 (R39)

New

-   ADDDATMBR

    The Add Date Member command adds a new member to a multi-member
    file using the name MCYYMMDDnn where CYYMMDD is the current date
    and nn is a consecutive number beginning with 01. Up to 99
    versions may exist for a single day and a maximum of 32,767
    members in the file. A return value exists for the member name
    that was assigned.

-   ADDDAT3

    The Add Date 3 command allows a number of days to be added or
    subtracted from a date and returns a new date. ADDDAT3 is similar
    to ADDDAT2, but has been optimized for new dates in the same year
    as the input date. The number of days parameter is limited to -365
    to +365. Any date format may be input and output.

-   CHGIFSOWN2

    The Change IFS Owner 2 command changes all IFS objects owned by
    one user profile to another. This allows a simple means of
    switching owners. An option exists to revoke the current owners
    authority. You must have *ALLOBJ special authority to use
    CHGIFSOWN2.

-   CHKPWDBLK

    The Check Password Block command provides the same function as the
    system V6R1 support to control users who attempt to change their
    password too frequently. The system supports checking with the use
    of CHGPWD, but not with CHGUSRPRF. CHKPWDBLK is intended to be
    placed in a program that uses CHGUSRPRF to change passwords, but
    also wants to ensure infrequent changes. TAA9897 is sent as an
    escape message if the time limit has not passed.

-   CMPLIB2

    The Compare Library 2 command is designed to assist when you want
    to ensure that one or more libraries on different systems or
    partitions are the same. The CAPLIB2 command must be used on both
    systems/partitions to capture object and member information. The
    libraries containing the CAPLIB2 information must exist on the
    same system when CMPLIB2 run. A spooled file is displayed or
    output with the differences.

-   CMPMSGD

    The Compare Message Descriptions command compares message
    descriptions in one message file to another. Corresponding message
    IDs are checked for in both files and the individual attributes of
    a message description are compared for matching IDs. A range of
    message IDs may be specified. A spooled file is created with any
    differences.

-   CVTPRTSTS

    The Convert Printer Status command converts the status information
    for all or generic printers to an outfile. This includes the
    output queue associated with the printer and the status of both
    the writer and the output queue. The outfile is always PRTSTSP and
    the model file is TAAPRTJP. The API QGYRPRTL is used along with
    the TAA Tool RTVDEVPRT.

-   DLTIFSOWN

    The Delete IFS Owner command deletes all IFS objects owned by a
    user profile. This allows a simple means of IFS cleanup. You must
    have *ALLOBJ special authority to use DLTIFSOWN.

-   DSPDBFALW

    The Display Data Base File Allow Functions command displays the
    options for 'allow update' and 'allow delete' that may be set for
    physical data base files. A listing is produced of either all
    files or only those which have specified either of the 'allow'
    options. The intent of DSPDBFALW is to allow a review of these
    options.

-   DSPMBRCPC

    The Display Member Capacity command displays one line per member
    describing the current number of records and the record capacity.
    Multiple libraries and a generic file name may be used. A
    specified percentage allows a flagging of those members which are
    nearing their record capacity. The command defaults to list only
    those members which are flagged.

-   DSPMLTFMT

    The Display Multi-Format Files command displays or lists Logical
    Files that have either multiple formats or are joined files. The
    dependent files are also listed. One or more libraries may be
    specified with a request for a single, generic, or all files.

-   DSPPGMADP2

    The Display Program Adopt 2 command displays the programs which
    adopt (USRPRF = *OWNER) or those which do not use adopted
    authority from a calling program (ie CHGPGM has been used with
    USEADPAUT = *NO). Both *PGM and *SRVPGM object types are
    supported. The DSPPGMADP2 function operates on a library basis as
    opposed to the system DSPPGMADP command which operates on a user
    profile basis.

-   DSPRSTDAT

    The Display Restore Date command displays or lists the objects
    that have been restored to a library after the library was
    restored. More than one library or the entire system may be
    reviewed. Options exist to list the new libraries and new objects
    (never restored). DSPRSTDAT assists in understanding what objects
    have been restored or created since the last restore of a library.

-   DSPSAVSUM

    The Display Save Summary command displays or lists a save summary
    from one or more libraries of where objects are saved to. The
    objects are separated into several categories:
    1)  Not saved since created or changed
    2)  Saved to a save file or 3) Saved to a tape device. Separate
        summaries appear for each save file used and each volume ID
        (first volume only) used. A detail listing of objects is
        optional.
-   ENDJOB2

    The End Job 2 command provides for ending multiple jobs such as
    generic job names, generic user names, etc. The parameters of the
    command (such as OPTION and DELAY) are passed to individual ENDJOB
    commands for active jobs that meet the selection criteria. You
    must have *JOBCTL special authority to use ENDJOB2.

-   GENRANPWD

    The Generate Random Password command generates a random password
    of a specified length from 5 to 100 bytes. Options exist to allow
    digits, allow vowels (AEIOUY), and allow lower case. No adjacent
    characters will ever be the same. The first character is always an
    upper case letter A-Z that is not a vowel. The second character is
    always a digit if digits are allowed.

-   HLDALLJOBQ

    The Hold All Job Queues command holds all job queues in one or
    more libraries using generated HLDJOBQ system commands. A single
    job queue name, a generic name, or all job queues may be held. An
    ACTION parameter allows either *CHECK or *HOLD. HLDALLJOBQ can
    assist when a full or partial shutdown of the system is needed.
    You must have both *ALLOBJ and *JOBCTL special authority to use
    HLDALLJOBQ. See the companion tool RLSALLJOBQ.

-   HLDALLOUTQ

    The Hold All Output Queues command holds all output queues in one
    or more libraries using generated HLDOUTQ system commands. A
    single output queue name, a generic name, or all output queues may
    be held. An ACTION parameter allows either *CHECK or *HOLD.
    HLDALLOUTQ can assist when a full or partial shutdown of the
    system is needed. You must have both *ALLOBJ and *JOBCTL special
    authority to use HLDALLOUTQ. See the companion tool RLSALLOUTQ.

-   HLDALLWTR

    The Hold All Writers command holds all writers by using generated
    HLDWTR system commands. A single writer, a generic name, or all
    writers may be held. An ACTION parameter allows either *CHECK
    or *HOLD. HLDALLWTR can assist when a full or partial shutdown of
    the system is needed. You must have *JOBCTL special authority to
    use HLDALLWTR. See the companion tool RLSALLWTR.

-   RGTADJVAR

    The Right Adjust Variable command takes a value such as '23@@@@@'
    and adjusts it to '@@@@23'. RGTADJVAR is intended for character
    variables that contain decimal values. Both character and decimal
    return variables are supported. A value such as '-23,112.38@@@' is
    also valid. Options exist to determine if special characters are
    valid.

-   RLSALLJOBQ

    The Release All Job Queues command releases all job queues in one
    or more libraries using generated RLSJOBQ system commands. A
    single job queue name, a generic name, or all job queues may be
    released. An ACTION parameter allows either *CHECK or *RELEASE.
    RLSALLJOBQ can assist when bringing up the system after a full or
    partial shutdown. You must have both *ALLOBJ and *JOBCTL special
    authority to use RLSALLJOBQ. See the companion tool HLDALLJOBQ.

-   RLSALLOUTQ

    The Release All Output Queues command releases all output queues
    in one or more libraries using generated RLSOUTQ system commands.
    A single output queue name, a generic name, or all output queues
    may be released. An ACTION parameter allows either *CHECK
    or *RELEASE. RLSALLOUTQ can assist when bringing the system up
    after a full or partial shutdown. You must have both *ALLOBJ
    and *JOBCTL special authority to use RLSALLOUTQ. See the companion
    tool HLDALLOUTQ.

-   RLSALLWTR

    The Release All Writers command releases all writers using
    generated RLSWTR system commands. A single writer, a generic name,
    or all writers may be released. An ACTION parameter allows
    either *CHECK or *RELEASE. RLSALLWTR can assist when bringing the
    system up after a full or partial shutdown. You must have *JOBCTL
    special authority to use RLSALLWTR. See the companion tool
    HLDALLWTR.

-   RPLJOBDLIB

    The Replace Job Description Library command allows a replace of an
    existing library in one or more job descriptions with a different
    library name. The replace library takes the position in the
    library name. The replace library takes the position in the
    library name. The replace library takes the position in the
    library name. The replace library takes the position in the
    library name. The replace library takes the position in the
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