RESET COMMAND command

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Summary

Privileges
System manager
Function
To control the USE data set support and the command privileges for each command, or to reset the USE output flags and the command privilege flags in the command table entry.

Syntax

RESET COMMAND command {USE=RESPECT | IGNORE | NOCLOSE | NOOPEN | NEVER} {PRIVILEGE=FILEMGR | SYSADM | LOGONREQ | SYSMGR | NOPROC | NONE}

Where:

  • command is any Model 204 command except: BEGIN, MORE, EOD, or EOJ.
  • USE output support options shown in the table below:
    USE data set options for the RESET command
    Option Description

    RESPECT

    Open USE output before the command is executed. If the command has produced any output, close the USE output after the command has executed.

    RESPECT is the default option.

    IGNORE

    Do not open the USE output before the command is executed. Do not close the USE output after the command is executed. The output from the command does not go to the USE output unless the command is preceded by a USE command and then another command that has USE=NOCLOSE specified for it.

    NOCLOSE

    Do not close the USE output after the command is executed. Multiple commands with USE=NOCLOSE can be used (with no other commands intervening) and the output from each subsequent command is appended and sent to the same USE data set.

    NOOPEN

    Do not open the USE output before the command is executed. If the command has produced any output, close the USE output after the command has executed.

    NEVER

    Close the USE output before the command is executed. The output from the command goes to the usual output device.

  • The following table lists the PRIVILEGE options for RESET COMMAND:

    PRIVILEGE options

    Option

    Description

    FILEMGR

    FILE MANAGER privilege for the current file or group is required to execute the command (file privileges from CCASTAT or APSY File/Group definition).

    SYSADM

    SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR privilege is required to execute the command (user privileges from CCASTAT or external security manager).

    LOGONREQ

    LOGON is required to execute the command (if SYSOPT=x'10').

    SYSMGR

    SYSTEM MANAGER privilege is required to execute the command (user privileges from CCASTAT or external security manager). This privilege can only be added to a command; it cannot be removed.

    NOPROC

    The command is not permitted from a SOUL procedure.

    NONE

    The command has no privilege requirements.

  • The next table lists the view-only PRIVILEGE options:
    View-only PRIVILEGE options

    Option

    Default file...

    DEFAULTFILE

    Or Group is required.

    UPDATEFILE

    Must have "Update" privilege.

    SINGLEFILE

    Must be a "Single File", not a Group.

    You can specify a list of PRIVILEGE options by enclosing the list in parentheses and separating the options by commas.

Usage

  • The RESET COMMAND command is not allowed for BEGIN, MORE, EOD, or EOJ. The command can be used only by the system manager.
  • The RESET COMMAND command cannot be used to remove the system manager privilege requirement from a command, but it can be used to add system manager privilege. Once system manager privilege has been added to a command, it remains in effect for the life of the Online.
  • If the USE= or PRIVILEGE= option is left out, the value of either parameter is not changed.

When USE=RESPECT is not the default

The following table lists commands that do not have USE=RESPECT as the default. None of these commands has RESPECT as the default setting, because many SOUL procedures have one or more of these commands between the USE command and the command that directs its output to the USE data set. These defaults allow existing SOUL procedures to be run without change.

Commands that do not default to USE = RESPECT

Command

Default

*COMMENT

USE=IGNORE

*SLEEP

USE=IGNORE

B

USE=IGNORE

BEGIN

USE=IGNORE

CLOSE

USE=IGNORE

CREATE

USE=IGNORE

CREATEG

USE=IGNORE

DEFAULT

USE=IGNORE

DELETE

USE=IGNORE

EDIT

USE=IGNORE

EOD

USE=NEVER

EOJ

USE=NEVER

I

USE=IGNORE

IF

USE=IGNORE

IN

USE=IGNORE

INCLUDE

USE=IGNORE

MORE

USE=IGNORE

MSGCTL

USE=IGNORE

N

USE=NOCLOSE

NEW

USE=NOCLOSE

NP

USE=NOCLOSE

O

USE=IGNORE

OPEN

USE=IGNORE

OPENC

USE=IGNORE

R

USE=IGNORE

RESET

USE=IGNORE

SETGRC

USE=IGNORE

U

USE=IGNORE

USE

USE=IGNORE

UTABLE

USE=IGNORE

Reviewing USE= and PRIVILEGE= settings

If you want to see how the Model 204 command table settings are set to know whether the output from a command will be sent to the screen or the USE data set, you can issue a VIEW COMMAND command. For example:

VIEW COMMAND SETGRC

This command might display the following result:

SETGRC COMMAND USE=IGNORE PRIVILEGE=(LOGONREQ)