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List of TSO/E Commands

z/OS TSO/E User's Guide

Following is a list of the TSO/E commands that are documented in this topic and the major function each command performs.

The commands in this topic are not documented individually. They are documented according to the task each command performs. For an individual description of each command and its operands, see z/OS TSO/E Command Reference.

Table 1. List of TSO/E Commands
Command Abbreviation Function
ALLOCATE ALLOC Allocating data sets.
CALL CALL Loading and executing programs.
CANCEL CANCEL Halting a submitted job.
DELETE DEL Deleting one or more data set entries or one or more members of a partitioned data set.
EDIT E Entering data into data sets, or directly modifying data that is already in a data set.
FREE FREE Releasing (deallocating) a previously allocated data set.
HELP H Obtaining information about the function, syntax, and operands of commands and subcommands and information about certain messages.
LISTALC LISTA Listing the data sets that are currently allocated to the TSO/E session.
LISTBC LISTB Listing mail and notices for your installation.
LISTCAT LISTC Listing the data sets beginning with your prefix or the data sets in a particular catalog
LISTDS LISTD Listing certain attributes of data sets.
LOGOFF LOGOFF Ending a terminal session.
LOGON LOGON Accessing the system.
MVSSERV MVSSERV Accessing host capabilities from a Personal Computer.
OUTPUT OUT Listing or directing held output.
PRINTDS PR Printing a data set on a system printer.
PROFILE PROF Listing or changing your user profile.
RECEIVE RECEIVE Receiving a transmitted message or data set.
RENAME REN Changing the name of a non-VSAM cataloged data set or a member of a partitioned data set, or creating an alias name for a member of a partitioned data set.
RUN R Compiling, loading, and executing source statements in a data set.
SEND SE Sending messages to another terminal user or the system operator on your system.
SMCOPY SMC Copying one data set to another
STATUS ST Checking the progress of a job.
SUBMIT SUB Submitting a background job for processing.
TERMINAL TERM Listing or changing the operating characteristics of your terminal.
TRANSMIT XMIT Sending messages or data sets to users on your system or on another system.

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