Example 1: Generating the NtfrsUtl DS Data File
TopChk organizes the output of NtfrsUtl ds. Therefore, when running the topchk command you must specify a file that contains this output. Type the following at the command line to create the NtfrsUtl output file.
ntfrsutl ds >ntfrsout.txt
This command statement generates an output file called Ntfrsout.txt in the current directory.
Example 2: Using Topchk to Parse a Data File
This example parses the data file generated in Example 1: Generating the NtfrsUtl DS Data File and then displays the results to the screen. Type the following at the command line to save the TopChk report to a file in the current directory:
topchk.cmd ntfrsout.txt >topchkout.txt
This command runs the TopChk script against the Ntfrsout.txt file, which was generated by the NtfrsUtl ds command and saves the resulting output in a file named Topchkout.txt in the current directory.