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How to Match the files with the corresponding jobs in batch

 
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skkp2006

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2009 1:37 pm    Post subject: How to Match the files with the corresponding jobs in batch
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I am having a list of files(say 500 of them) and another list of 100 jobs. Now i need to find out which jobs are using these files. We have the cross reference information module in our shop but for manually search all the 500 of them is really time consuming.

Is there any other go like LISTCAT to find the matching jobs ? Any pointers wil be really helpful...

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2009 2:22 pm    Post subject:
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Hi,

ISPF 3.14 option is not useful here ?
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2009 2:47 pm    Post subject:
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ISPF 3.14 option is not useful here ?


then i will have to search 500 times in the JCL pds right? and to add to that the first level qualifier is symbolic here. Is there any other go ?


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2009 2:57 pm    Post subject:
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Hi,

Porbably no - Do you have this list
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another list of 100 jobs
in a single PDS ?
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2009 3:08 pm    Post subject:
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We have the cross reference information module in our shop but for manually search all the 500 of them is really time consuming.

Sometimes, there just isn't an easy option.

Been there, seen it, done it and also moaned about it icon_sad.gif
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2009 3:08 pm    Post subject:
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Hello,

Can you use something like: Change the string in SRCHFOR with the files you want to search & string in SELECT with the JOB names...just a JCL from 3.14 & modified for my needs.
Code:
//SEARCH  EXEC PGM=ISRSUPC,                                           *
//            PARM=(SRCHCMP,                                           
//            'ANYC')                                                   
//NEWDD  DD DSN=XXXX.XXXXXX.JCLLIB,                             
//          DISP=SHR                                                   
//OUTDD  DD DSN=XXXXXX.FIANLIST.PROC.JOB,DISP=(,CATLG,CATLG)           
//SYSIN  DD *                                                           
SRCHFOR 'AGPROIND,AGPROIND'                                             
SRCHFOR 'AGPROFLG,AGPROIND,AGRTRPRT,AGSETA,AGSETP,AGSETT,KOD505,LCD160'
SRCHFOR 'LCD160W,LFUSDA30,LFUSDA4P,LFUSDA40,LFUSDA50,LFUSDA60,LFUSDB40'
SRCHFOR 'LFUSDE30,LFUSDN30,LFUSDT30,LFUSIA90,LFUSIB90,LFUSIC90,LGGFDA60'
SRCHFOR 'LGUADA40,LGUADD40,LGUFDD40,LGUGDD40,LGUJDA40,LGUKDC40,LGUKDC41'
SRCHFOR 'LGULDC41,LGUSDA40,LGUSDA41,LGUSDA42,LGUSDA50,LGUSDA60,LGUSDA61'
SRCHFOR 'LGUSDB40,LGUSDB41,LGUSDD40,LGUUDA41,LGUXDA42,MBD110K,NJUSW25' 
SRCHFOR 'PFUSI30,PF0KM028,QLC400,QLD145,QLD145,QLD150,QLD175,QLD400'   
SRCHFOR 'QLD400T,QLI151,QLW200,QLW230,QLW300,QLW301,WN0KD010'           
SELECT $JTWTEMP,@ESFDR,@JTJEGJB,@JTWCMPA,@JTWCMPC,@JTWCOMP             
SELECT @PRINT,ABD00000,ABD10000,ABM13000,ABM20XCM,ABM20000             
SELECT ABM60000,ABM61000,ABM62000,ABRT4700,ABR11000,ABR12000           
SELECT ABR13000,ABR13001,ABR19000,ABR21000,ABR23000,ABR25000           
SELECT ABR26000,ABR27000,ABR29000,ABR40000,ABR40500,ABR41000           
SELECT ABR42001,ABR42002,ABR43000,ABR43600,ABR44000,ABR44300           
/*
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2009 3:17 pm    Post subject: Reply to: How to Match the files with the corresponding jobs
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Thanks Anuj...

finally i also did the same thing.... created all the SRCHFOR and SELECT control statements and ran the job. icon_cry.gif


i was looking for something like

Code:
some command "dataset name" job
o/p
the job name


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Sometimes, there just isn't an easy option.
Been there, seen it, done it and also moaned about it


same here..... icon_rolleyes.gif



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