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selvam

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2003 5:00 pm    Post subject: How to REVOKE a job in Hold Queue
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how we revoke a job, which is hold by using the following statements

TYPRUN = HOLD.

thanks in advance.
selvam.
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mdtendulkar

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2003 5:51 pm    Post subject:
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Hello Selvam,

TYPRUN = HOLD

Requests that the system hold the job before execution until the operator
releases it.

The operator should release the job when a particular event occurs.
If an error occurs during input service processing, JES does not hold the job.

You will need to contact the operator to release the held job.


Hope this helps

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Mayuresh Tendulkar
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ovreddy

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 07, 2005 8:51 pm    Post subject:
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Hi,

To release a job from TYPERUN=HOLD status use the "A" line command in IOF to release the held job, i.e., put an "A" next to the job that you want released and press ENTER. The following action characters are available on active jobs with various options...


// Block repeat; type // on the first row and
another // on the last row to be processed
= Repeat previous action character or overtype
+ Expand the NP column. (Use RESET to reset.)
? Display a list of the data sets for a job.
(Access the Job Data Set panel.)
A Release a held job.
C Cancel an active job or a job waiting to be processed
CA Cancel a job that is defined to Automatic
Restart Manager (ARM).
CD Cancel a job and take a dump.
CDA Cancel a job that is defined to ARM, and take
a dump.
D Display job information in the log.
DL Display job information in the log, long form (z/OS V1R2)
E Process a job again.
EC Process a job again, but hold it prior to execution.
H Hold a job.
I Display job delay information.
J Start a job immediately (WLM-managed classes only).
L List a job's output status in the log.
LL List a job's output status in the log, long form.
O Release held output for printing.
P Cancel a job and purge its output.
PP Cancel a protected job and purge its output.
Q Display output descriptors for all of the data sets for
a job. (Access the Output Descriptors panel.)
S Display the data sets for a job.
(Access the Output Data Set panel.)
SB - Use ISPF Browse.
SE - Use ISPF Edit.
SJ - Use ISPF Edit to edit the JCL.
W Cause job and message logs to spin (z/OS V1R2).
X Print output data sets. You can add the following:
C - Close the print file after printing (XC)
D - Display the Open Print Data Set panel (XD or XDC)
F - Display the Open Print File panel (XF or XFC)
S - Display the Open Print panel (XS or XSC)

Bye,
Reddy
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lnvrn

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2005 6:24 pm    Post subject:
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Hi OVREDDY,

At what situation this will be useful please let me know,should we give like this on command prompt

JobNmae A AND Enter --is it correct

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2005 6:32 pm    Post subject:
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Hi BVReddy,

This is not possible at command prompt. First submit a job with TYPRUN=HOLD then follow these steps...

1. Goto Spool using =S.ST or SD;ST at command prompt
2. Type A in opposite ( left side in same line) to the job name, which you want to release. Generally we type ? to see Datasets instead of ? type A.
3. All the above said Action characters also will work in the same way.

I think its clear now. If not let me know, I will send Screen Shots to your personal id.

Bye,
Reddy.
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