Version Language English. Product Menu Topics. This menu consists of three options - one for listing and displaying the contents of the symbolic file, one for adding listings to a symbolic file, and one for defining programs to be excluded from auto-monitoring. Display the Contents of the Symbolic File.
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The manufacturer of this documentation is Computer Associates International, Inc. Section Sections All rights reserved. All trademarks, trade names, service marks, or logos referenced herein belong to their respective companies. Chapter 1: Introduction. Examining and Modifying Main and Auxiliary Storage. Flexible Testing. Chapter 2: Menus and Displays. Menu Structure and Navigation.
Using the Monitoring Status Display. Expanding and Collapsing Entries. Removing Monitoring, Breakpoints, or Other Options. Exiting the Status Display. Chapter 3: Source Listing Facility. Preparing Your Program. Step 2. Display Your Source Code.
Step 3. Set Monitoring. Step 5. Initiate Your Program and Begin Testing. Using the Source Selection List. Examining the Source Listing Display Screen. Source Listing PF Keys. Searching the Program Online Listing. Position Listing at Top. Position Listing at Bottom. Shift Listing to the Left. Position Listing to a Line Number.
Position Listing to a Label. Scrolling Forward and Backward. Adjusting the Margins. Displaying Titles, No Titles, or Registers. Setting the Breakpoint Display Mode. Setting Code Coverage. Testing Activities.
Viewing and Setting the User ID. Displaying and Searching Through Nested Programs. Maintaining Synchronized Processing. Removing Breakpoints. Chapter 4: Using Breakpoints. Setting Breakpoints. Unconditional Breakpoints. Setting Unconditional Breakpoints from the Source Listing. Setting Unconditional Breakpoints from the Menus.
Specifying Breakpoint Options. Setting Conditional Breakpoints from the Menus. Literal Formats. Using the Detailed Conditional Breakpoint Screen. CORE Keywords. Variable-Change Breakpoints. Setting Request Breakpoints from Source Listing.
Removing Unconditional Breakpoints from the Menus. Removing Conditional Breakpoints from the Menus. Chapter 5: Breakpoint Activities. Examining the Source Listing Breakpoint Screen. Responding to Automatic Breakpoints. Working with Data at a Breakpoint. Position Listing to a Hex-Offset. Position Listing to Current Breakpoint Processing. Adding a Storage Item. Using the Backtrace Facility. Reading the Backtrace Summary. Ending a Backtrace Session. Additional Breakpoint Displays.
Reading the Backtrace on the Detailed Breakpoint Screen. Continue Processing During Breakpoint Processing. Restoring the Detailed Breakpoint Display. Overview of Steps. Setting a Breakpoint to Execute an Indirect Command. Indirect Command Examples.
Viewing Indirect Commands on the Status Report. Indirect Command Syntax. Exit Command. Perform Command. Using Literals in Indirect Commands. Using Figurative Constants in Indirect Commands. Using Conditional Expressions in Indirect Commands. Chapter 6: Resume and Execution Options. Controlling and Resuming Execution from a Breakpoint. Single-stepping Through Execution. Resuming Program Execution Ignoring all Breakpoints. Resume at the Next Instruction. Resume Task from a Statement.
Resume Task from an Indirect Command Sequence. Resume Task for nnn Machine Instructions. Resetting Breakpoints after Recompiling or Reassembling. Chapter 7: Monitoring Menu Options. PF Keys. Establishing a Personal Debugging Session. Generic Specification of Programs, Transactions, or Terminals. Hierarchy Rules for Monitored Entries. Setting and Removing Replacement Options. Setting Monitoring for a Program with Subprograms. Removing Composite Support. Disconnecting, Reconnecting, and Purging Active Tasks.
Chapter 8: Special Monitoring Situations. Monitoring in a Production Environment.
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The manufacturer of this documentation is Computer Associates International, Inc. Section Sections All rights reserved. All trademarks, trade names, service marks, or logos referenced herein belong to their respective companies.
CA-Intertest for CICS User Guide
Version Language English. Product Menu Topics. Batch Debugging. This section describes how to use CA InterTest Batch to test a program using application batch commands and panels.