Messages in Active Jobs Lists

This section lists the most important messages which may appear in the Message column of the List Active Jobs window (see the User's Guide).

Most messages speak for themselves, but for some messages, an explanation is provided below.

Job activated

Explanation: The job has been loaded to the active queue.

Cyclic job executed

Ended not ok - <job step> <condition code>

Explanation: Job ended not OK. See condition code and job step (z/OS only).

Ended ok

Explanation: The job terminated OK.

HOLD in Spool Input Queue

Job disappeared from Spool Queue

Awaiting JCL Load

Job failed - JCL Error

Job not run - JCL Error

Job terminated - In Spool Output Queue

Explanation: The job terminated but has not been examined by the Monitor yet.

Member Name missing

Waiting for submission

Job resubmitted

Explanation: The job has been resubmitted but has not been recognized by the Monitor yet.

Start Time <date> <time>

Explanation: The earliest start time for a job, unless its type is cyclic. Job waits.

Next Start Time <date> <time>

Explanation: The earliest (next) start time for cyclic jobs. Job waits.

Latest Start <date> <time> exceeded

Submitted as job NNNN

Explanation: The job was submitted successfully.

Job XXXX Waiting in Spool Input Queue

Cannot delete <in-condition>-<run-number>-<in-condition-reference> - in use

Explanation: The specified in-condition is used by at least one job.

Condition <in-condition> not satisfied

<condition> - <run> - <date> not found

Explanation: The job is waiting for one or more input conditions to be fulfilled.

User Rtn <user exit> called non-existent program

Recov. Network <network> not found

<Message from User Exit>

Explanation: A user exit can return a user-defined message text for the active jobs display. The message is displayed only if the user exit returns a not OK status.

Job variables not supported for <operating system>

Explanation: Job variables are only allowed in the BS2000 operating system.

JV <job variable> not matching

User Switch <BS2000 user ID / BS2000 user switch> is on

Explanation: The BS2000 user switch is on, although it should not be on.

User Switches not supported for <operating system>

Explanation: User switches are only allowed in the BS2000 operating system.

User Switch <BS2000 user ID / BS2000 user switch> not on

Node NNN undefined

Explanation: The execution node cannot be found in the node table.

Node NNN not active

Explanation: The execution node is not active.

Prerequ. Check: Node NNN Error XXXX

Explanation: An error occurred during node check.

NNN tape units required

Explanation: There are not enough tape units available.

Resource <resource> undefined

Explanation: The indicated resource cannot be found within the resource definitions.

Res. <resource> - requ. NNNNNNNNNN.NN avail. NNNNNNNNNN.NN

Explanation: The requested amount of a specified resource exceeds the available amount of it.

Reference <in-condition-reference> Format Error NNNN

Explanation: A format error for an input condition reference has been detected.

Prq. File Check - Symbol missing

Explanation: The symbol to be replaced in the file name cannot be found in the symbol table.