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swapnadeep.ganguly

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2008 10:50 am    Post subject: Connect Direct Question
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Hi,

I am required to trigger a job if only the file transfer using the connect direct fails. Can any one please help me out by telling me the syntax or else please provide a link where I can have a brief idea of using the conditional parameters in connect direct.
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swapnadeep.ganguly

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2008 11:30 am    Post subject:
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The person who was working previously had written a small piece of code for triggering of emails. I am pasting the same underneath. Some part of the code is not clear to me. Can anyone kindly explain me the same.
Code:

SIGNON USERID=(Y) ESF=YES                                   
SUBMIT PROC=MODEL90X HOLD=NO CASE=YES                     - 
       SNODE=NT.TCW3CDM1.P                                - 
       &FROM=PNODE                                        - 
       &TO=SNODE                                          - 
       &COMPOPT=EXT                                       - 
       &OPDISP=(RPL)                                      - 
       &TRNODE=PNODE                                      - 
       &DSN01=&HLQ..G747926A.TRIGGER                      - 
       &OUT01='\\TCLRSDM1\LRRS_CUBES\TRIGGER\TRIGGER.TXT' -
       &JCLLIB=&HLQ..PROCS                                - 
       &TRIGJOB=G747926U                                  -       >>>>>>>>>>>>> triggers an e-mail upon successful transfer to the business
       &CONDXNG=0                                         - 
       &TRNODXNG=PNODE                                    - 
       &JCLIBXNG=&HLQ..PROCS                              -   
       &TRJOBXNG=G747926T          >>>>>>>> triggers an e-mail to technical area that there was a problem with the transfer                         
SIGNOFF
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2008 9:08 am    Post subject: Re: Connect Direct Question
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swapnadeep.ganguly wrote:
Can any one please help me out by telling me the syntax or else please provide a link where I can have a brief idea of using the conditional parameters in connect direct.


I'd go to the Sterling Commerce website for Support On Demand and download a copy of "Understanding Processes" and "Connect:Direct for OS/390 and z/OS Process Parameters".

Without seeing the "MODEL90X" process as coded, I couldn't even guess as to what it's doing or what some of those symbolic values designate.
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