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brlsubbu

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 31, 2006 10:35 pm    Post subject: Regarding CA-7 #JI,SID and #JO,SID Variables
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Hi,

Can you please assist me on this.

I have a job in which I have the following statements, please explain what is this referring to?

Code:

//WPI500P  EXEC WPI500P,S='P.',         
#JI,SID=51                             
#JO,SID=(50,52,54)                     
//**************************************
//*                                     
//*   SORT CARDS FOR JANUARY RUN       
//*                                     
//**************************************
//         WPISRT1='WPISRT11',         
//         WPISRT2='WPISRT12',         
#JI,SID=52                             
#JO,SID=(50,51,54)                     
//**************************************
//*                                     
//*   SORT CARDS FOR MARCH RUN         
//*                                     
//**************************************
//         WPISRT1='WPISRT09',         
//         WPISRT2='WPISRT10',         
#JEND                                   
//**************************************
//*                                     
//*   JOB RUNS ONLY IN JANUARY AND MARCH
//*                                     
//**************************************
//         CLASS='*,OUTPUT=*.ASUPS'     


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 31, 2006 10:41 pm    Post subject: Re: reagrding #JI,SID and #JO,SID
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They're job scheduler variables. Hopefully someone familiar with CA-7 can explain them in more detail.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 1:14 am    Post subject: Re: reagrding #JI,SID and #JO,SID
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I'm getting PREP errors when I'm moving this JCL to Endevor.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 03, 2006 4:56 pm    Post subject: Re: Regarding CA-7 #JI,SID and #JO,SID Variables
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Subbu,

Code:
#JI,SID=51                           

-- Indicates that the job step will be included for the schedule id 51.
51 indicates -- last week first day(last Monday of the fiscal month)
It runs only on last Monday of the fiscal month.
(In some shops,51 indicates last Sunday of the current fiscal month.Pls check out with your shop)

Code:
#JO,SID=(50,52,54)


-- Indicates that the job step will not run (omitted) for the schedule id's 51,52,54 (last Monday,Tuesday and Thursday of the fiscal month)

Hope this helps.
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