CICS Transaction Server: Debugging with CA-InterTest
DURATION: 1 day
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CONTENT AND OBJECTIVES:
Compile a program and generate the ProtSym.
Review the ProtSym and confirm that it has been generated for the compiled program.
Navigate thru the various options.
Set a breakpoint using the menus.
Enter the FILE command from the menus.
List the existing breakpoint and setting for the modules.
Starting InterTest and confirm its operational status.
Unless there is a dedicated region for the course, InterTest will not be stopped.
Viewing Main Storage
Display the WORKING-STORAGE SECTION of a program.
Locate the values of fields in WORKING-STORAGE.
Display the program storage.
Display the storage associated with the FCT.
Viewing Auxiliary Storage
Display the content of a VSAM KSDS dataset.
Display the VSAM dataset in various display modes.
Modify a record in a VSAM database.
Browse the VSAM database starting at a specific key.
If it is available, display the content of a Db2 table.
Change InterTest Environment
Temporarily override the FCT entry for pointing to a different dataset.
Reset a dataset to write DUMMY data.
If students have the privileges, run a NEWCOPY with CEMT.
Run a NEWCOPY using the InterTest menus.
Run a NEWCOPY using the command-line.
Turn the automatic breakpoint on in a few modules.
Turn off automatic breakpoint on a few modules.
Display the status of ABP on all modules.
Set a UBP on a statement.
Execute SBP through a series of statements.
Turn on conditional breakpoint for a paragraph.
Modification of protected
Effective February 27, 2012, the course dates listed on the SYS-ED schedules only will be available based upon approved and authorized user ID.
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