Job Maintenance

This section describes the purpose of jobs and the functions available to create, maintain and delete Entire Operations objects of the type job.

Jobs are maintained on the master database which stores all user, job network, job and scheduling definitions. It also contains all information pertaining to defined logical conditions, resources, calendars, and symbol tables. All information stored on the master database can be maintained online.

Use of Jobs
Job Maintenance
Job Maintenance
Control and Monitoring Functions for Jobs
Activating a Single Job Manually
Log Information
Viewing Job/Network Accounting Information
Maintenance Functions for Job Definitions
Creating a Job Definition
Using a Dummy Job
Listing Usable Symbol Tables
Displaying and Modifying a Job Definition
Copying Objects / Pasting Objects
Deleting a Job Definition
Maintenance Functions for Subnetworks
Defining a Subnetwork
Adding or Modifying a Subnetwork Definition
Listing Jobs of a Subnetwork
Maintenance Functions for Job Control Language (JCL)
Using Job Control in Entire Operations
Defining Master JCL for a Job
JCL Locations
Pregenerating Active JCL
Editing Pregenerated JCL
Removing Pregenerated JCL
Handling JCL during Job Submission
Editing Master JCL and Natural Sources
Maintenance Functions for Input Conditions
Defining and Managing Job Conditions
Adding and Modifying a Master Input Condition
Deleting an Input Condition Definition
Listing Jobs Linked to an Input Condition
Input Condition with User Exit
Input Condition: Multiple Suffixes
Input Condition: File Existence
Input Condition: Mailbox
Input Condition: Symbol Value
Input Condition: BS2000 User Switch
Input Condition: BS2000 Job Variable
Defining Schedule Dependencies for an Input Condition
Defining and Editing a User Exit for an Input Condition
Maintenance Functions for End-of-Job Checking and Actions
Defining and Managing End-of-Job (EOJ) Checking and Actions
File Transfers to Entire Output Management
Passing Files to Entire Output Management