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Add SYSTEM NAME (PARTITION ID) to MOST WRKxxx Panels
IBM has done a good job of including the System name/Parition ID on most displays, but not all of them. Several "WORK WITH..." panels do not have the System Name on them. This is a problem for a growing set of Partitions being used not to mention working remotely and knowing the system on which you are about to run that DLTF command. Am I on Partition 1 or Partition 38? PDM's main menu specifically comes to mind but there are several others such as WRKRDBDIRE, (I know PDM isn't being enhanced but it is NEVER going away.) It would be even better to include it on ALL CL Command Prompts automatically.
When Prompting a CL command or viewing one of the many Work With panels that do not have the System Name on them, we often have to cancel what we're about to do, find a screen with the System Name on it, and then return to what we were doing, just to confirm that the actions we're about to perform is being performed on the correct system/partition. CPYF, DLTF, even PWRDWNSYS come to mind. Thankfully, PWRDWNSYS prompts you with the "are you sure" screen that contains the system name.
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