Snag the INFOLIST package off of the IBM VM download page
(http://www.vm.ibm.com/download/packages/). It's a replacement for
FILE LIST, MACLIST and RDRLIST with a lot of handy features. You can
cycle through all of your files in a XEDIT session, regardless of how
you got there. YMMY.
Schuh, Richard wrote:
> That depends on the way you entered XEDIT for each. If you did it by
> typing the xedit command on the command line, then a simple XEDIT
> (can be abbreviated X) on the command line will cycle you through
> them; X fn ft will jump to that member of the XEDIT ring. If you used
> FILELIST, RDRLIST, MACLIST, etc., for any but the first, then you are
> out of luck. Each one of those commands starts its own ring and you
> cannot use the XEDIT command to traverse from one ring to another.
> Regards, Richard Schuh
> -----Original Message----- From: VM/ESA and z/VM Discussions
> [mailto:VMESA-***@LISTSERV.UARK.EDU] On Behalf Of Edward M. Martin
> Sent: Friday, February 17, 2006 1:27 PM To: VMESA-***@LISTSERV.UARK.EDU
> Subject: A usage question
> Hello Everyone,
> When I am xediting a member, I may have jumped into 2 or 3 members.
> Is there a way to rotate to each member with getting out of each?
> Can I jump to a specific member?
> Ed Martin Aultman Health Foundation 330-588-4723 ***@aultman.com
> ext. 40441