Exit from the interactive report

Upon exit from the interactive report using the EXIT (PF3) or CANCEL command from the Interactive Reanalysis Report display, you might be presented with a confirmation prompt as the example shown in Sample Confirm Exit display.
Figure 1. Sample Confirm Exit display
  File  View  Services  Help
Interactive Reanalysis Report                                  Line 1 Col 1 80
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JOBNAME: IDIVPCOB  SYSTEM ABEND: 0C7              MVS2     2019/12/21 13:02:25

┌─────────────────────────────── Confirm Exit ────────────────────────────────┐
│                                                                             │
│ Are you sure you want to exit the interactive report ? Press Enter to       │
│ confirm exit or press PF12 to return to the interactive report.             │
│                                                                             │
│  F1=Help    F12=Cancel                                                      │
  3. Open Files
  4. Storage Areas
  5. Messages
  6. Language Environment Heap Analysis
  7. Abend Job Information
  8. User Notes
  9. Fault Analyzer Options

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This display is shown to prevent unintended exit from the interactive reanalysis report by, for example, pressing PF3 once too many. To confirm the exit and return to the Fault Entry List display, press the Enter key. To instead abort the exit and resume the interactive reanalysis report, press PF12.

The exit prompt panel is only displayed if the interactive reanalysis elapsed time exceeds, or is equal to, the number of seconds in effect for the InteractiveExitPromptSeconds option. For details of this option, see InteractiveExitPromptSeconds.

An extra prompt might be displayed if user information has been modified. For details, see Refresh processing.

You can exit the interactive report at any time using the ISPF jump command (for example, type =X on the command line and press Enter).