JCL with CA-7 "schedule overrides"

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Re: JCL with CA-7 "schedule overrides"

Postby regina » Thu Mar 25, 2010 1:50 am

GOT IT!!!!!

I did exactly the same, but wild card with lbrary name


I still don't understand why it should be used. I 'll appreciate your explanation when you have chance and time.

Thank you and 'Robert Sample' for all your help.
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Re: JCL with CA-7 "schedule overrides"

Postby dick scherrer » Thu Mar 25, 2010 2:09 am

You're welcome :)

It sounds like that when you entered the dataset name without the (*), the system brought up the entire member list so you could choose which members you wanted to search.

This was not a list of members after the search but the complete directory.

Good to hear it is now working - thank you for letting us know..
Hope this helps,
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Re: JCL with CA-7 "schedule overrides"

Postby shindeswap » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:55 pm

hi all,
can i code #JI,ID=XX
in proc
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Re: JCL with CA-7 "schedule overrides"

Postby Robert Sample » Mon Oct 11, 2010 9:04 pm

From the CA-7 Database Maintenance Guide manual, section 10.2:
Scheduled overrides are placed in the execution JCL members. They cannot be used in PROCLIB members since CA-7 does not access those members directly.
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