VOC V-Type Records - Verbs
A V type (verb) record defines a command name and determines the QM component that will be used to process the command.
The dispatch code identifies the type of processor referenced by field 3. It may be:
Users may add their own V-type records for catalogued programs (usually by use of the CATALOGUE command) or make copies of standard records to provide synonyms for other verbs.
The optional qualifying information in field 4 will be copied to the @OPTION variable when executing the verb.
A V-type VOC record can optionally hold the name of a catalogued security subroutine in field 5. This subroutine can be used to determine whether the user is to be allowed to execute the command. If the validation fails or the subroutine cannot be found in the catalogue a message is displayed:
This command is restricted (verb)
A summary of V-type VOC records may be displayed or printed using LISTV.