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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 12:13 pm    Post subject: Check return code of a previous job
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Hi,

I need to check a return code of a previous job in currently running job.

I have a following job scenario:
Job1----->Job2

Depending on the return code of Job1 I have to create a file in Job2 therefore can anybody help me out in writing a JCL step in Job2 to check a return code of Job1.

Is it possible to use a utility 'GJTRABTR' in this kind of a scenario and how.
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