How can one identify all the SITuations that are coded with MISSING for processes?
To accomplish this, you can create a MissingSits.sql file (with a SELECT statement as shown below:
SELECT SITNAME, PDT FROM 04SRV.TSITDESC WHERE PDT LIKE '*MISSING*';
Then run the SPUFIL (zOS) kdstsns (Windows) or a ./kdstsns (AIX) command against it:
Use the following modify commands if HUB is on zOS:
/F <tems_starttaskname>,CTDS START SPUFIL FileNameYouCreated
For Windows, use the kdstsns MissingSits.sql *hub > diagnode.lst,
= or = just type kdstsns to be prompted.
For UNIX, then similarly, but issue ./kdstsns
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