Display Domain

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  Display Domain

Purpose:  Use the DISPLAY command to obtain both the domain information and the name of the current installation performance specification (IPS). A domain is a group of users whose characteristics are defined by the installation performance specification (IPS). There may be from 2 to 129 domains in the system.

D {DUMP},{{STATUS|ST|S}                                               }
  {D   } {                                                            }
         {{OPTIONS|O}                                                 }
         {                                                            }
         {{TITLE|T }    {,AUTODSN={aaa|ALL}                          }}
         {{ERRDATA|ER|E}{                                            }}
         {              {,DSN={ALL|(ALL) }                           }}
         {              {     {nn|(nn[,nn]...) }                     }}
          {              {     {nn-nn|(nn-nn[,nn-nn]...) }            }}
         {              {     {(nn[,nn]...,nn-nn[,nn-nn]...)}        }}
         {              {                                            }}
         {              {,DUMPID={xxx|(yyy[,zzz]...) }               }}
         {              {        {aaa-bbb|(aaa-bbb[,ccc-ddd]...)    }}}
                        {                                       {        {(yyy[,zzz]...,aaa-bbb[,ccc-dd]...)}}}




The domain description table is to be displayed (message IEE796I).


A specific domain table entry (0-128) is to be displayed.

L=a, cc, cca, name, or name-a

Specifies the display area (a), console (cc), both (cca), console name (name), or both (name-a) where the display will be presented. For cc, you must specify a decimal number from 1 to 99.

If you omit this operand, the display is presented in the first available display area or the message area of the console through which you enter the command (unless routing instructions are in effect; see the MSGRT command later in this chapter).

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Last updated: August 27, 2001.