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Initiators
Initiators (Continued)
Parameters
Schematic representation of a Job-flow
The JOB Statement
Purpose of the JOB statement
Syntax
Parameters ±Accounting Information and Programmer Name
Parameter ±CLASS
Parameter ±MSGCLASS
Parameter ±NOTIFY
Parameter ±MSGLEVEL
Parameter ±REGION
Parameter ±TIME
Parameter ±TYPRUN
Examples of JOB statements
The EXEC Statement
Purpose of the EXEC statement
Parameter ± PGM
Parameter ± PROC
Parameters ± PARM
Parameter ± PARM (Continued)
Examples of EXEC statements
The DD statement
Purpose of the DD statement
Parameter ±DSN (Data Set Name)
Parameter ±DISP (Disposition)
Parameter -SPACE
Parameter -VOLUME
Parameter ±DCB (Data Control Block )
Parameter -SYSOUT
Temporary Datasets
Temporary Datasets (Continued)
Refer back
Special DD names
STEPLIB
JOBLIB
Dataset Concatenation
Utilities
OS/390 Utilities
Utility Classification
Utility Control Statement Syntax
The IEBGENER Utility
The IEBPTPCH Utility
The IEHLIST Utility
The IEBCOPY Utility
Copying an Entire PDS
Copying Specific Members
Copying Multiple Specific Members
Copying and Renaming Specific Members
Copying Using EXCLUDE
Compressing Data Sets
The IEHPROGM Utility
The IEBUPDTE Utility
The IDCAMS Utility
The IDCAMS Utility (Continued«)
The MERGE UTILITY
Procedures
What is a Procedure?
Cataloged Procedures
Instream Procedure
The PROC and PEND statements in Instream Procedures
Coding an Instream Procedure
CodingaCatalogedProcedure
The JCLLIB Statement
Rules for overriding a PROC
Overriding EXEC statements of a Procedure
Overriding DD statements of a Procedure
Symbolic parameters
The SET statement
The INCLUDE statement
Conditional Execution
COND ±Introduction
Why Use The COND Parameter?
Parameter ±COND
Compound Tests
Coding The COND Parameter On The JOB Statement
COND parameter coded in the EXEC statement
EVEN and ONLY
Effects of EVEN and ONLY
IF/THEN/ELSE/ENDIF
The relational expression (Continued)
GDG (Generation Data groups)
Generation Data Groups
GDG-DSNAME specification
Relative Data Set Name:
GDG-DSNAME specification (Continued)
GDG DSNAME ±BASE CATALOG ENTRY
GDG DSNAME ±CATALOG ENTRY
GDG EXAMPLE -FIRST GENERATION
GDG EXAMPLE ±SECOND GENERATION
GDG EXAMPLE ±THIRD GENERATION
GDG EXAMPLE -LIMIT EXCEEDED
GDG¶s IN A MULTISTEP JOB
Creating a Generation Data Set (Non-SMS)
Deleting a Generation Data Set
SMS (Storage Management Subsystem)
Why Use SMS (Storage Management Subsystem)
ADVANTAGES OF SMS
SMS Constructs
Specifying Constructs
Unit 9 Exercises
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