The Fault Entry List display

The Fault Entry List display is shown when the Fault Analyzer ISPF interface is started. Sample Fault Entry List display shows an example of a Fault Entry List display:
Figure 1. Sample Fault Entry List display
  File  Options  View  Services  Help
IBM Fault Analyzer - Fault Entry List                          Line 1 Col 1 80
Command ===> ________________________________________________ Scroll ===> CSR 

Fault History File or View  : 'IBMUSER.DEMO.HIST'                           

{The following line commands are available: ? (Query), V or S (View saved
report), I (Interactive reanalysis), B (Batch reanalysis), D (Delete), H
(Duplicate history), C (Copy fault entry), M (Move fault entry), X (XMIT fault
entry), P (Package), L (Lock), U (Unlock), A (Display source), J (Edit JCL).}

   Fault ID Job/Tran User ID  Sys/Job  Abend Date       Time    
__   F00323 IDIVPCOB IBMUSER  MVS2     S0C7  2019/12/21 13:02:25
__   F00445 ALLANT01 JACKIED  MVS8     S0C7  2019/12/19 03:29:57
__   F00444 ALLANT01 JACKIED  MVS8     S0C7  2019/11/28 20:25:30
__   F00442 ALLANT01 ALLANT   MVS8     S0C7  2019/09/10 22:20:10
__   F00349 CS05     CICSUSER CSCB0050 ASRA  2019/08/23 07:47:23
__   F00348 CS04     CICSUSER CSCB0040 ASRA  2019/08/23 07:46:36
__   F00345 CS01     CICSUSER CSCB0010 AEIL  2019/08/23 07:43:35
__   F00050 PSTRANDR PSTRAND  STPLEX4B S0C4  2019/08/02 17:03:18
__   F00035 CICS53   n/a      MVS2     n/a    2019/04/05 14:49:11
 F1=Help      F3=Exit      F4=MatchCSR  F5=RptFind   F6=Actions   F7=Up
 F8=Down     F10=Left     F11=Right    F12=MatchALL
Note: If your Fault Entry List display does not show the PF keys, and you would like to see them, then enter the ISPF command:

Fields shown in yellow (default color) are point-and-shoot enabled. This enablement means that you can place the cursor on such fields and press the Enter key to display more information. For example, by selecting an abend code in the Abend or I_Abend columns, the explanation for that abend code is displayed.

The history file or view (see Using views) that was last selected while using the Fault Analyzer ISPF interface is shown by default. The first time the interface is used, the initial history file name is obtained using the suboption of the DataSets option in effect. To select another history file or view, refer to Changing the history file or view displayed.

If a view was selected the last time the ISPF interface was used, and the view contains errors, then it is possible that an error display is presented prior to the Fault Entry List display. An example of an error display is shown in Sample Error display.
Figure 2. Sample Error display
 ┌─────────────────────────────────── Error ───────────────────────────────────┐
 │                                                            Line 1 Col 1 76  │
 │ Command ===> ____________________________________________ Scroll ===> CSR   │
 │ The following problems were found while processing the view in              │
 │ DA.VIEWS(SWBAD1):                                                           │
 │                                                                             │
 │ * -HistCols syntax error: Missing starting parenthesis. The -HistCols       │
 │   specification has been ignored.                                           │
 │                                                                             │
 │ * Data set 'xyz' open error: EDC5049I The specified file name could not be  │
 │   located.                                                                  │
 │                                                                             │
 │ * -Match syntax error: The subcommand entered for the "FRED" command was    │
 │   invalid. The -Match specification has been ignored.                       │
 │                                                                             │
 │ Press PF3 to continue.                                                      │
 │                                                                             │
 │ *** Bottom of data.                                                         │
 │                                                                             │
 │                                                                             │
 │                                                                             │
 │                                                                             │
 │  F1=Help     F3=Exit     F7=Up       F8=Down    F12=Cancel                  │

To exit from the error display, press PF3.

The error display is shown each time the incorrect view member is read, and might therefore also be shown when, for example, the Fault Entry List Column Configuration display is presented. The identified errors in the view should be corrected to avoid this display.

Entries in the Fault Entry List display are by default listed in reverse chronological order with the most recent fault entry (based on abend date and time) shown at the top.

Each fault entry in the list occupies a single line and is identified by a fault ID on the left side of the display. Other information that might be displayed for each fault entry can be determined by the user. For details on this, refer to Fault entry list column configuration. The default information displayed, when no HistCols option is specified and no customization is made by the user, is as shown in Sample Fault Entry List display.

You can use the displayed fields to identify the faults you are interested in, or reduce the display to only a subset of the faults. For details on how to do this, refer to Sorting and matching fault entries.

As shown at the top of the display if help text is enabled (as illustrated in Sample Fault Entry List display), a number of line commands are available against individual history file entries. For details on these, see Applying an action to a particular fault. For information about how to show or hide help text, see Adding or removing help text.

This screen responds to the standard UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT commands, which by default are assigned to the PF7, PF8, PF10, and PF11 function keys respectively. These can be used to scroll the display horizontally or vertically as needed to see all of the information available.

Optional help text that lists the available line commands is displayed only when the top-most line of the display is shown. If the display is scrolled down any number of lines, this help text disappears, but reappears again if the display is scrolled to the top. For general information about help text, see Adding or removing help text.

The history file or view input field, and the column headings, are never scrolled out of view. However, if scrolling horizontally, the column headings scroll with the data below them.

The line command input fields on the left side of the display remains in that position regardless of any horizontal scrolling.

In the top right corner of the screen is the current top-most line number and indication of the left-most and right-most columns currently displayed.

The end of the fault entry list is indicated by the line:
*** Bottom of data.
This line is used to indicate the bottom of all Fault Analyzer ISPF interface scrollable displays.

You exit from the Fault Analyzer ISPF interface by issuing the Exit command (PF3) from the Fault Entry List display, or by selecting the Exit Fault Analyzer option from the Fault Entry List display File menu.