Some may not have seen this as it was buried at the bottom of my (too)
wordy previous post:

I guess IBM though I was clear enough.  Here's their reply !
It looks like we'll finally get that user controlled switch (via a data
area) soon !  ;-)
(PS - I said mid Jan 2002 was fine - for me anyway !).

I like Neil's response. Really to the point with plenty of rational.  I
spoke with the developer and read him the response.  He has agreed to
put out a r510 ptf for this - the same as for prior releases and will
put something in next release such that just creating a data area (or
something similar) will enable the altered function.
He is rather involved and committed  in getting other stuff out in
December so he would like to target for mid Janurary 2002 as
availability date for the ptf.  Will you/customer accept that?
Let me know. THx.


"Simon Coulter" <>
Sent by:
2001/12/01 02:13
Please respond to midrange-l

        Subject:        Re: PTF for viewing open files (WRKJOB/DSPJOB) for V5R1

Hello ALl,

Everybody who wants this PTF at 510 should open an APAR and request it.
Place a service call and request a fix.  The only way a PTF will be
(since the developer in question doesn't believe it is broken) is if
customers ask for it.  Having a different view via OpsNav is not an
acceptable alternative.

Simon Coulter.

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