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Where can we see the JES 2 ID of the working system

 
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sukanya-ramanathan

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 3:58 am    Post subject: Where can we see the JES 2 ID of the working system
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hey all,

How are where can we see the JES 2 ID in the system we are currently working with?


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 12:53 pm    Post subject:
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This gives some info from REXX
Code:

/* REXX */
SAY 'JES2 INFO         = ' SYSVAR(SYSJES)     
SAY 'JES2 NODE         = ' SYSVAR(SYSNODE)   


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SYSJES
name and level of the JES installed on your system:

A character string indicating name of the JES plus its version, release and modification level, for example

JES2 OS 2.10

where JES2 is the JES name and OS 2.10 is the JES level. These two strings are separated by a blank character. If either the JES name or the level returns an empty character string, then no blank character is inserted. Trailing blanks are removed.

-INACTIVE- (please note the delimiters) if the subsystem is not active.

-DOWNLEVEL- (please note the delimiters) if the subsystem is neither JES2 SP4.3 or later, nor JES3 SP5.1.1 or later.


SYSNODE
network node name of your installation's JES. This name identifies the local JES in a network of systems or system complexes being used for network job entry (NJE) tasks. The name that is returned derives from the NODE initialization statement of JES.
The SYSNODE value is returned as either of the following:

A character string indicating the node name, for example BOE9.

-INACTIVE- (please note the delimiters) if the subsystem is not active.

-DOWNLEVEL- (please note the delimiters) if the subsystem is neither JES2 SP4.3 or later, nor JES3 SP5.1.1 or later.
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