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how to schedule a job without using scheduler(sw)

Postby abkumarch » Tue Oct 30, 2007 8:22 pm

U want to run a job in 27th of each month, with out using scheduler (control-M)
how can u do it?
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Re: how to schedule a job without using scheduler(sw)

 

Re: how to schedule a job without using scheduler(sw)

Postby MrSpock » Tue Oct 30, 2007 9:30 pm

You'll need software that's:

1. Always active and
2. is date & time aware.

If you know of a way to setup a schedule on another system or server, you can always use an FTP process to submit a job directly into the JES internal reader. Outside of that, you need SOMETHING.
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Re: how to schedule a job without using scheduler(sw)

Postby abkumarch » Wed Oct 31, 2007 9:15 pm

i m sorry mr spoke bt i m not satisfied, plz elaborate... I dont thk any spl sw will b used.. rather i thk there may b some option in the class parameter or any job stmt parameter
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Re: how to schedule a job without using scheduler(sw)

Postby William Thompson » Thu Nov 01, 2007 3:20 pm

abkumarch wrote:i m sorry mr spoke bt i m not satisfied, plz elaborate... I dont thk any spl sw will b used.. rather i thk there may b some option in the class parameter or any job stmt parameter

Are you texting this on your phone or do you have a full keyboard in front of you?
Please try to spell out words and preview you writing before submitting.....

You are not satisfied? Why not? You asked a question and it got answered. If you do not like the answer, why not?
If you think the answer is in the CLASS Parameter or any JOB Statement parameter, please point it out to us......
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Re: how to schedule a job without using scheduler(sw)

Postby abkumarch » Thu Nov 08, 2007 1:32 am

I GOT it GUYS.....

1. Setup your job in the production job scheduling system.

2. Use the JES2 "Set Automatic Command" facility:

$TA,T=hh.mm,i=nnn,'$VS,''S JOB,N=myjob'''

where "T=hh.mm" is the time you want to submit the job, "i=nnn" is the amount of time (in seconds) to wait before repeating the command, and the rest is the JES2 command to be issued. You can find out more about the "$TA" and "$VS" commans in the "JES2 Commands Reference Manuals".

3. Modification of #2. Submit your job with "TYPRUN=HOLD". Then, use the "$TA" JES2 command to schedule a command to release your job at a specified time (the "$A" command). Of course, your job would then have to reload itself with the "TYPRUN=HOLD" enabled for the next runtime.

4. On a Netview console, setup an "EVERY" timer event to submit your job, i.e. "EVERY 24:00,SUBMIT 'MY.JCL(MYJOB)' ".


i got this ans in the experts forum.. so thank god
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Re: how to schedule a job without using scheduler(sw)

Postby dick scherrer » Thu Nov 08, 2007 2:06 am

Hello,

If you have what you need, great :)

However;
1. Setup your job in the production job scheduling system.
your solution violates the "rules" (i.e. the subject of this topic).
Hope this helps,
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Re: how to schedule a job without using scheduler(sw)

Postby CICS Guy » Thu Nov 08, 2007 3:47 am

abkumarch wrote:i got this ans in the experts forum.. so thank god
Kinda wonder where the "experts forum" is...grin....
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Re: how to schedule a job without using scheduler(sw)

Postby dick scherrer » Thu Nov 08, 2007 4:03 am

I suspect it is an "s" and a "forum" away. . . ;)

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