I have thousands of jobs running daily for more than 30 years. At this point, nobody knows what these jobs do. We are in the process of analyzing and documenting these jobs. First step is not to check every job in detail but to come up with an overall process flow diagram.
I am looking for a tool which would help us in this analysis. Can you suggest me a tool which would suit my need (To come up with a system/process flow diagram)?
Currently am reading details about the tool called relativity. if there is some other tool available in the market and if you can give me a brief description about the tool, i will do further analysis. Please suggest.
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I have thousands of jobs running daily for more than 30 years. At this point, nobody knows what these jobs do.
Other than the fact that I don't believe for one nanosecond that it is possible to have thousands of unknown jobs running on a z/OS system, I would suggest that you use the "CrYout" system, it will do exactly what you want.
What you believe doesn't matter. To give you precise info, i have 14,500+ jobs in my production library but i believe all these are not in scheduler (CTRL-M). You can give me a productive/valid suggestion rather than CRITICIZING.