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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2020 6:49 pm    Post subject: IWS/TWS build dinamic or variable APplication.
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Hello everybody I have a doubt , i am getting lost in Scheduling solution for this request.

I need to add an application (or applications) to my scheduler IWS(V9R3M0). This application could contain different number of operations.

it means, 3 operations at 10.00, 2 operations at 10.30, no operations at 11.00,etc (during all day)

I am not sure if is possible to define on Database a application with a variable number of operations. (all jcls will be moved to an specific library when Ibefore each run)

Or if is possible to build and run an application during previus jcl, for example taking all members from a library and build and add application by OCL.


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