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find scheduled bach files

Postby hadi salmabadi » Sun Jan 20, 2013 12:08 am

Hi all friends.
If possible, please help
How do we find that a batch file to run on Z/OS or os390 in a specific time and is scheduled to run in the future?
I'm a beginner
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Re: find scheduled bach files

Postby Robert Sample » Sun Jan 20, 2013 1:07 am

Talk to your site support group.

Many z/OS systems run a batch job scheduler such as TWS or CA-7 or ZEKE. However, it is NOT mandatory for a site to purchase and install such a package. Only by asking someone working at your site can you find out whether or not such a scheduler is in use at your site. Your site support group can also tell you the command to retrieve the data you want, since the commands vary from job scheduling package to job scheduling package.
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Re: find scheduled bach files

Postby hadi salmabadi » Sun Jan 20, 2013 1:15 am

thanks my dear
How can I find out what the user scheduler?
I want to stop my work schedule
I have IBMUSER access
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Postby steve-myers » Sun Jan 20, 2013 1:56 am

hadi salmabadi wrote:thanks my dear
How can I find out what the user scheduler?
I want to stop my work schedule
I have IBMUSER access
This is completely impossible to understand. Follow up on Mr. Sample's suggestion. In order to do what you appeared to describe in your initial post there must be an agent to do the scheduling. Mr. Sample lists several of the most commonly used agents for IBM mainframe systems. We cannot possibly know which agent is in use at your site.
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Re: find scheduled bach files

Postby prino » Sun Jan 20, 2013 3:37 am

hadi salmabadi wrote:I'm a beginner

and

hadi salmabadi wrote:I have IBMUSER access

Which translates to: I'm illegally using an ADCD distribution on Hercules as no beginner would ever be granted IBMUSER access.

Start RTFMs, all 800 or so.
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Re: find scheduled bach files

Postby steve-myers » Sun Jan 20, 2013 9:52 am

If Mr. Prins' theory is correct - and I must concur with it - there is no scheduling software on the system unless Mr. Salmabadi replaces JES2 with JES3 - possible, though probably beyond Mr. Salmabadi's skill set - and uses the scheduling capabilities in JES3.
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Re: find scheduled bach files

Postby hadi salmabadi » Sun Jan 20, 2013 3:53 pm

I actually have access to our site to z900 mainframe & ibmuser.
not Hercules
Actual operating system zos & os390 on z900
I am the administrator site
Unfortunately
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Re: find scheduled bach files

Postby hadi salmabadi » Sun Jan 20, 2013 4:04 pm

I want to prevent a sabotage pleas help
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Re: find scheduled bach files

Postby enrico-sorichetti » Sun Jan 20, 2013 4:45 pm

unfortunately Your question is very foggy

until You define clearly Your requirement the chances of getting help are really scarce
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Re: find scheduled bach files

Postby prino » Sun Jan 20, 2013 5:04 pm

hadi salmabadi wrote:I am the administrator site

And you post in a forum for newbies?

I'd be very careful if I were you, someone might decide to sue you for causing jaw-dislocation due to excessive laughter...
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