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HP XP P9500 User Manual: Delete Script Files; Export Script Trace Files

Continuous access synchronous for mainframe systems.
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Delete script files

Procedure 25 To delete script files
Click File Operation on the Script Operation window to open the File Operation dialog box
Select the file from the list in Script File that you want to delete. You can select multiple files
at the same time.
Click Delete in the Script File.
When the confirmation message appears, click OK.
If you want to cancel the operation, click Cancel.
When the completion message appears, click OK.
Repeat these steps to delete the other script files.
To close the File Operation dialog box, click Close.

Export script trace files

The File Operation dialog box allows you to export the Continuous Access Synchronous Z script
trace files.
The downloaded file includes two files: the macro trace file, and the error trace file. Both trace
files are compressed into the tgz format when you export. At this time, you can name the compressed
files arbitrarily. By uncompressing the compressed files, you will be able to extract a macro trace
file (MACROEX.TRC) and an error trace file (ERROREX.TRC), respectively.
The macro trace file shown in the following example traces the macros used.
Example 3 Macro trace file
000001 08/03/05 10:06:22 0003 0000 Start HRC_CR19.SPT
000002 08/03/05 10:06:30 0015 0000 CreateHrcPair
000003 08/03/05 10:06:32 0015 0100
000004 08/03/05 10:06:39 0016 0000
000005 08/03/05 10:06:42 0016 0100 Start 0x0200:
000006 08/03/05 10:06:45 0021 0000 StartHrcPair
000007 08/03/05 10:06:45 0023 0000 End
Table 51 (page 106)
Table 51 Macro trace file information
106 Continuous Access Synchronous Z scripting
$Dev = _ilDevA, ...
0x0200: 0x0201: 0x0202: 0x0203:
CreateHrcPair $Dev = _ilDevA, ...
0x0201: 0x0202: 0x0203:
describes the contents of the macro trace file.
All macros executed by Continuous Access Synchronous Z are listed in chronological
order and numbered.
The date that the macro was executed.
The time that the macro was executed.
The location (script file line number) of the macro.
The Continuous Access Synchronous Z scripting error code (0000 = no error). See the
error trace file, except when "0000" is displayed.
The executed macro is displayed. If the macro was completed successfully, the status
is End.


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