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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Dataset Pipes Installation and Configuration
2.1. Dataset Pipes Installation by Use Case
2.2. z/OS Remote Services Quick Start
2.3. z/OS Remote Services Configuration
Configuring the Dataset Pipes subsystem
Dataset Pipes Configuration overview
Sitewide Dataset Pipes configuration
User specific Dataset Pipes customization
Logging Configuration for Dataset Pipes
2.4. z/OS Remote Services Session Config Files
3. General Dataset Pipes Examples
3.1. Copy an MVS dataset to a zFS file
3.2. Copy a zFS file to an MVS dataset
3.3. Copy an MVS dataset (PDS member) to a zFS file
3.4. Copy a zFS file to a PDS member
3.5. Specifying dataset names
3.6. Copy an ASCII zFS file to an EBCDIC MVS dataset
3.7. Copy to an MVS dataset, overriding target DCB attributes
3.8. Copy to an MVS dataset, truncating long lines
3.9. Copy an MVS dataset using DISP=SHR
3.10. Copy one MVS dataset to another
3.11. Copy one MVS dataset to another using the same attributes
3.12. Copy one MVS non-text dataset to another
3.13. Translate a file to the ISO8859-1 codepage from the default z/OS process codepage
3.14. Copy a zFS file to a new location, creating any missing path components
3.15. Copy user input to the end of an exiting dataset
4. z/OS Remote Services Examples
4.1. Download a dataset to a unix server over a SSH connection
4.2. Upload a dataset from a unix server over a SSH connection
4.3. Copy a MVS dataset from one z/OS system to another over a SSH connection
4.4. Using a durable connection, run simple dspipes commands, end the connection
4.5. Using a durable connection, run a pax command on z/OS, download the archive to unix, end the connection
4.6. From a remote linux system, start a tunneled durable connection, run dspipes commands, end the connection
4.7. Scripted Co:Z Remote Services example
4.8. From a Windows workstation, download a MVS dataset over a SSH connection
4.9. From a Windows workstation, upload an MVS dataset (PDS member) over a SSH connection
A. Command Reference - Dataset Pipes
cozclient — run a zos command from a remote system
cozcontrol — start/stop a durable connection to the Dataset Pipes subsystem on a target server
fromdsn — write the contents of a z/OS dataset to stdout
fromfile — write the contents of a z/OS POSIX file to stdout
toasa — read a stream of data from stdin converting ASCII form-feed characters to ASA carriage control characters in stdout
todsn — read a stream of data from stdin and write records to a z/OS dataset
tofile — read a stream of data from stdin and write to a z/OS POSIX file
B. Command Reference - z/OS Utilities
catsearch — Co:Z utility to list z/OS catalogs
dsn_profile — profile information for dataset-name patterns
jessym — Command line interface to the JES Symbol Service
lookupccsid — Co:Z utility to return the coded character set identifier (CCSID) associated with a character set
lsjes — Co:Z utility to display JES job and spool file status
pdsdir — Co:Z utility to list Partitioned dataset members and their statistics, if available.
safauth — Co:Z utility to check the current user's authorization to a SAF (RACF) resource.
saf-ssh-agent — Co:Z utility to enable ssh client authetication via SAF/RACF Digital Certificates
showtrtab — Co:Z utility to display a translation table
wto — Co:Z utility to issue a Write To Operator (WTO) from USS.
zsym — Co:Z utility to list system symbol values.
C. Co:Z Environment Variables
D. License
E. References
E.1. z/OS OpenSSH
E.2. Using the z/OS Unix Shell
E.3. The z/OS C library fopen() routine
E.4. The z/OS BPXWDYN dynamic allocation service
E.5. The z/OS Unicode Translation Services
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