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Generate rebind package commands for all packages selected with 'RB' and '=' sign on panel ADB21K
On panel ADB21K, I type 'RB' next to a package and '=' against another package. I hit Enter and am taken to panel ADB21KR for the 1st package. I make no changes so hit Enter. I am taken to panel ADB2PSTM, where I choose option 1 and hit Enter. The package is rebound. and the result shown on panel ADB2CB. I hit F3 and am taken to panel ADB21KR for the same package.
I hit F3 to go to panel ADB21KR for the next package. I make no changes so hit Enter. I am taken to panel ADB2PSTM, where I choose option 1 and hit Enter. The package is rebound. and the result shown on panel ADB2CB. I hit F3 and am taken back to panel ADB21KR again, where I hit F3 to get back to panel ADB21K.
I calculate this to be 5 Enters and 4 F3s to rebind just 2 packages.
This is too much effort for rebinding 2 packages, and would involve more key strokes for more packages. In addition, panels are displayed unnecessarily.
There is no workaround. I want to run the rebinds interactively; I do not want to run in batch or as a work statement list.
The REBIND command line command rebinds all packages displayed on panel ADB21K and I do not want to rebind all packages. I cannot filter on just those I want to rebind, so I have to use the 'RB' and '=' line commands.
A competitor's tool allows the user to rebind all selected packages in one go using the 'RB' and '=' line commands, rather than working through them one at a time.
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