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Reinstating read and write access to a quiesced data set

To reinstate read and write access to a quiesced historical data set, issue the U line command. The U line command can be used against a historical data set that has a Status field value of Qscd and a Pending field value of asterisks. It has no effect on data sets with another status.

Note

A QUIESCED pending state is retained on a quiesced data set for the period of one interval. When the interval ends, the pending state automatically changes to time.

A data set is placed in a Qscd status when the F line command or Q line command is issued against it. See Selecting the next data set for recording and Restricting read and write access to the active data set for more information about these commands. When the U line command is issued against a data set with a Qscd status and a Pending field value of asterisks, the data set is closed immediately and the Status field value changes to Closed.

The following example shows how to issue the U line command against a quiesced data set to reinstate read and write access.

Using the U line command to reinstate read/write access

 ddmmmyyyy  hh:mm:ss ------- MainView WINDOW INTERFACE (Vv.r.mm) ------------
COMMAND  ===>                                               SCROLL ===> PAGE
CURR WIN ===> 1        ALT WIN ===>
>W1 =DSLIST===========SYSB=====*=======dd/mm/yyyy=hh:mm:ss====MVMVS==D=====3
C DDNAME   From Date  Time  To Date    Time  Rec Status Pending Data set nam
- ------   ---------- ----- ---------  ----- --- ------ ------- ------------
  HISTDS01 dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm Yes Active ******  PROD1.IMAGSY
u HISTDS03 dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm Yes Qscd   ******  PROD1.IMAGSY
  HISTDS02 dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm No  Closed ******  PROD1.IMAGSY


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