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CFTLOG

[CONTENT = {FULL | BRIEF }]

The messages written in the active LOG file are filtered.

The possible values are:

  • FULL/ACTIVE: all the messages are printed out including STAT
  • BRIEF: the following messages do not appear in the LOG (these are messages of the "system information" category - see the CFTLOG OPERMSG parameter):
    CFTR12I &cmd Treated
    CFTC07I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt State=&state Deleted
  • Requester mode:
    CFTT53I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Requester file selected
    CFTT55I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Requester file opened
    CFTT51I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Requester session opened
    CFTT56I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Requester file closed
    CFTT54I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Requester file deselect
    CFTT52I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Requester session close
  • Server mode:
    CFTT51I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Server session opened
    CFTT53I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Server file created
    CFTT55I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Server file opened
    CFTT56I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Server file closed
    CFTT54I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Server file deselect

All error or warning messages are printed out.

For a transfer without incident, the LOG file will contain the following two messages:

  • Requester mode:
    CFTT57I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Requester transfer started
    CFTT58I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Requester transfer ended
  • Server mode:
    CFTT57I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Server transfer started
    CFTT58I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt Server transfer ended

LISTCAT

[CONTENT = { BRIEF | FULL | DEBUG | COMMUT | EXTEND | STAT | BLKNUM} ]

Used to obtain part or all of the information of a catalog entry.

The possible values are:

  • BRIEF: Displays the most basic, essential information concerning the selected transfers with one line per transfer
  • EXTEND: Displays information concerning security, exits and end-of-transfer procedures, as well as the BRIEF type information with one line per transfer
  • COMMUT: Displays a sort of BRIEF output, but contains some network-oriented details
  • FULL: Displays complete information concerning each transfer
  • DEBUG: Displays the most complete output with additional information beyond the FULL content
  • STAT: Displays only statistical information about the catalog file
  • BLKNUM: Displays the same information as BRIEF, but the Appli id and Appstate columns are replaced by the blknum column

LISTCOM

[CONTENT = {ACTIVE| FULL | STAT }]

Used to obtain part or all of the information of a catalog entry.

  • ACTIVE: Displays only communication records that are not empty
  • FULL: Displays all communication records
  • STAT: Displays only statistical information about commands

Example

LISTCOM CONTENT =FULL

 

CFTU00I LISTCOM _ Correct (content=full)

CFTU00I SEND _ Correct (part=paris,idf=txt,fname=pche.dv.mvtx4)

CFTU20I Communication file row number used: 00001137 on 20191212 Time 09331119

CFTU00I RETURN _ Correct (CODE=0)

 

1 record(s) selected

0 record(s) cleared

1500 record(s) in Com file

1499 record(s) free (99%)

LISTPARM, LISTPART

[CONTENT = {FULL | BRIEF}]

Used to obtain part or all of the information.

MQUERY (OBJECT=CACHE or SYSTEM)

[CONTENT = { BRIEF | FULL | STAT } ]

Used to obtain part or all of the information.

MQUERY (OBJECT=PROBE or STATS)

[CONTENT = { XMLBRIEF | XMLFULL | RAW } ]

Used to obtain part or all of the information.

DISPLAY

[CONTENT = listcat]

LISTUCONF, UCONFGET

[CONTENT= { BRIEF | FULL | EXTRACT | DEBUG | PROPS }]

Indicates the amount of information to display. Here, the options are listed in order of increasing details that are displayed.

  • PROPS: Delivers a simple property-like output
  • BRIEF: Displays basic information concerning the UCONF value (the set value and if this is a user or default value)
  • EXTRACT: Outputs information in format that you can directly enter in CFTUTIL
  • FULL: Displays values, descriptions, and most other parameter details
  • DEBUG: Most exhaustive level of information (including some internal flags/information)

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