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CICS - Suppose you want to page up and page down into the bms screen , for that what you would do into the cics application program?




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asked mar September 7, 2014 12:29 PM  

Suppose you want to page up and page down into the bms screen , for that what you would do into the cics application program?


           

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answered By Mswami   0  

PAGING command can be used along with the SEND MAP command. PF7 to move backwards(Ie., to the previous page) & PF8 to move forward(Ie., to the next page).

You can ask BMS to store and manage your output in CICSĀ® temporary storage for subsequent delivery to your terminal. This option, PAGING, implies that your message may contain more than one screen or page, and is useful when you want to send a message to a display terminal that exceeds its screen capacity. BMS saves the entire message in temporary storage until you indicate that it is complete. Then it provides facilities for the operator to page through the output at the terminal. You can use PAGING for printers as well as displays, although you do not need the operator controls, and sometimes TERMINAL is just as satisfactory.

When you use PAGING, the output still goes to your principal facility, though indirectly, as just described. Full BMS also provides a feature, routing, that lets you send your message to another terminal, or several, in place of or in addition to your own.

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