varunchandra New User Joined: 21 May 2005 Posts: 2 Location: chennai
Please tell me commands to route job to specified queue?
superk Moderator Team Head Joined: 26 Apr 2004 Posts: 4650 Location: Raleigh, NC, USA
The word route is the key. Do a search in the JCL Reference Manual on it and you'll find your answer.
pkmainframe New User Joined: 14 Jun 2005 Posts: 16 Location: India
aftet the job card.. code the below one
/*Route <queue name>
this will work let me know if you any probelm
MGIndaco Active User Joined: 10 Mar 2005 Posts: 432 Location: Milan, Italy
In my opinion the command /*ROUTE is a call to a JES2 command that allow you to execute/print/punch a job in a particular NODE.
For JCL this is the link:
But to change a class(that in jcl is in job card) you must use a JES2 command as you can see below:
JES2 changes the class of batch job 3 to class B and increases its priority by 4 (to 13). Note that, if this increase had adjusted the priority to a value greater than 15, JES2 would have assigned a maximum priority to batch job 3.
JOB00022 $HASP890 JOB(IJOB1)
$HASP890 JOB(IJOB1) STATUS=(EXECUTING/IBM1),CLASS=D,
Sample 4 of link:
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