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Now, go to the end of the execution, end the Debug Tool session, and switch to
Fault Analyzer to get more information about the abend.
12.2.2 Viewing the abend in Fault Analyzer
Use Fault Analyzer to conduct the analysis of the abend. Do the following:
1. Access Fault Analyzer in your ISPF session.
The fault history file is displayed, as shown in Figure 12-5.
Figure 12-5 Fault Analyzer fault history file
Each abend is assigned a fault ID when it is recorded in the fault history file.
You can identify an abend by knowing the transaction ID, and the date and
time when it occurred.
In this example, the Fault ID is F00103. An ASRA is listed in the Abend column.
2. Enter ? in the line command area next to the Fault ID to view the details of this
abend, as shown in Figure 12-6.
Tip: If you need to switch to a different fault history file, do the following:
Select Options —> Change Fault History File Options.
Move your cursor to the appropriate file on the list and press Enter.
Press PF3 to display the fault history records.