To access this feature, click Configure your datasets on the SourceConnect tab.
This is one of the most important configuration parameters for SourceConnect. You will need to understand this statement, to be able to define and control mainframe files as SourceConnected files. This defines controlled extensions for input/output requests on the drive letters specified in the drive entries. Any file with an extension not in the list specified by this entry, or be in the default list, is written to the current working directory instead of to the relevant dataset on the mainframe. If an extension was defined in the partitioned dataset, Librarian dataset or Panvalet dataset, it does not have to be added here as well. This is done for you by SourceConnect.
Use this entry to define which files Micro Focus tools can input/output to the mainframe. Do not include work files (such as .INT, .GNT, and .LST files) created by these tools in the list.
The following extensions are used by default:
ASSEM, ASSEMBLE, ASM, BMS, C, CBL, CIC, CNTL, CLIST, COB, COBOL, CONTROL, COP, COPY, COPYLIB, CPP, CPY, CSD, CTL, CTRL, DBD, DCT, DYL, ECL, FCT, GEN, H, INC, INCL, INCLUDE, JCL, JOB, LNK, MAC, MACLIB, MFS, MLC, PCT, PGM, PLI, PPT, PRC, PROC, PROCLIB, PSB, RCT, SCH, SRC, SOURCE, TSO, TXT, TEXT
There are a number of extensions you must not specify. These are as follows:
CSI, DLL, DLW, GDY, GNT, EXE, IDY, INT, LIST, LST, OBJ
Files with these extensions are always written to the current working directory. If you specified any of these extensions, a message is output when SourceConnect initializes.