Archiving z/OS language definitions, data set definitions, and translators

You cannot delete language definitions, data set definitions, or translators from a repository, but you can archive them. You can hide or display these archived objects in the Team Artifacts view.

About this task

The archive operation cannot be undone, so be sure that you really want to archive a language definition, data set definition, or translator before you do so.
Tip: It is recommended that you run the system definition reference search before you archive a language definition, data set definition, or translator, so that you can discover and display any references to the object you want to archive, and then decide whether to redirect these references, or rereference them, to a new target.

To archive a language definition, data set definition, or translator, perform the following steps:

Procedure

  1. In the Team Artifacts view, expand your project area node, expand the Enterprise Extensions node, then expand the Systems Definitions node. You can find all language definitions, data set definitions, and translators under the appropriate system node; for example, the z/OS® node.
    Note: To select a translator to archive, you must first expand the Language Definitions node.
  2. Right-click the data set definition, language definition, or translator you want to archive.
  3. Select Archive.
  4. To hide or display archived objects in the Team Artifacts view, click the Customize My Filter toolbar button Customize My Filter toolbar button and clear or select Show Archived.

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