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Figure 18-25 Fault history File Properties option selection (part 2 of 2)
18.2.9 Resetting history file access information
To reset all information about previously accessed fault history files or views, and previously
accessed fault history file entries, select the File menu Clear Last Accessed Information
Immediately after selecting this option, no entries are available when selecting the File menu
Last Accessed Fault History File Entries option. However, the File menu Last Accessed Fault
History Files or Views option will show a single entry for the currently active history file or
18.2.10 Refreshing fault entry information
While displaying a history file or view, it is possible that new entries are being added, for
example, due to real-time analysis of abending jobs.
To reread the history file or view to include any such entries, you may either issue the
REFRESH command or select the View menu Refresh option.
The refresh will cause the display to be reformatted and scrolled to the top-most line and
left-most column. Any MATCH command filtering that was active at the time of the refresh will
be reset.
18.2.11 Action bar pull-down menus
Most of the displays used by the Fault Analyzer ISPF interface include an action bar located
at the top of the panel.
The ACTIONS ISPF command (by default mapped to PF6) can be used to place the cursor at
the left-most action available.

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