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How to look for a job in SDSF

Postby CPANTX » Fri May 14, 2010 10:53 am

I want to look (in SDSF) at one of the many jobs that is submitted every day to assemble CICS maps, copy the JCL, and adapt it for my own needs. How to do it?

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Re: How to look for a job in SDSF

Postby Bill Dennis » Fri May 14, 2010 8:24 pm

How will you know which job is a CICS map compile? Is this your dilemma? Why not ask someone for their sample?

Once you identity a job name, do a STATUS jobname in SDSF to display and select it with line command SJ to see the JCL.
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Re: How to look for a job in SDSF

Postby prino » Fri May 14, 2010 10:22 pm

Bill Dennis wrote:How will you know which job is a CICS map compile? Is this your dilemma? Why not ask someone for their sample?


Difficult, as this is on the FanDeZhi system...

Bill Dennis wrote:Once you identity a job name, do a STATUS jobname in SDSF to display and select it with line command SJ to see the JCL.


I'll give him some help, he followed my advice, and I don't see any jobs on the output queue that assembled maps, so have a look at CICSTS23.CICS.ADFHPROC(DFHMAPS)

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Re: How to look for a job in SDSF

Postby dick scherrer » Fri May 14, 2010 11:39 pm

Hello,

copy the JCL, and adapt it for my own needs.
Unless there is something special about "things" you do not want to do this. . .

You should use the system standard compile/link jcl, not some kludge you put together. . .
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Re: How to look for a job in SDSF

Postby prino » Sat May 15, 2010 8:30 pm

dick scherrer wrote:
copy the JCL, and adapt it for my own needs.
Unless there is something special about "things" you do not want to do this. . .

You should use the system standard compile/link jcl, not some kludge you put together. . .


As I wrote, this is on the FanDeZhi system, where everyone has his or her own standard, like the Indians who don't watch jobs sorting 10(!) items clocking up in excess of 36,000 seconds of CPU time...
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Re: How to look for a job in SDSF

Postby dick scherrer » Sat May 15, 2010 10:46 pm

Hi Robert,

As I wrote, this is on the FanDeZhi system
Yup, saw that but don't know what it is. . . Thought this was a system and/or user you are familiar with.

where everyone has his or her own standard
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Re: How to look for a job in SDSF

Postby anon_e » Wed Oct 31, 2012 4:41 pm

Everyone having his own standards? lol :D
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