Change HLQ of file being created



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Re: Change HLQ of file being created

Postby Jeff R » Wed Jan 04, 2023 4:08 am

Pedro wrote:re: jobname

I doubt that it is an ISPSLIB issue. Are you able to submit a job from a PDS, with a non-userid jobname?


Yes, I agree, not an ISPSLIB issue...assuming its a TSO setting
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Re: Change HLQ of file being created

Postby Jeff R » Wed Jan 04, 2023 4:11 am

I will try the INTRDR when I get a chance
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Re: Change HLQ of file being created

Postby Pedro » Wed Jan 04, 2023 4:58 am

I agree, not an ISPSLIB issue


We are trying to solve your problem with scraps of information. Please answer the question: Are you able to submit a job from a PDS, with a non-userid jobname?
so that I can make the next suggestion.
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Re: Change HLQ of file being created

Postby Jeff R » Wed Jan 04, 2023 5:37 am

no...resulting jobname was the same...UL04JDRX
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Re: Change HLQ of file being created

Postby Pedro » Wed Jan 04, 2023 5:59 am

Pending your INTRDR test, I think it is likely an exit to the submit command or an SMF job validation exit. If I recall correctly, using the INTRDR bypasses the TSO submit command, but would still go through the SMF exit.

I would consult with your system programmers to see if there is something that you can do.
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