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Spool Extract for Z /os 1.04 version


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Khadhar Basha

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 3:14 pm
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Hi,

I have used code in the below link to extract the spool information.

ibmmainframes.com/viewtopic.php?t=63626&highlight=

I have moved to a different Mainframe machine, which is
OPERATING SYSTEM LEVEL: z/OS 01.04.00 HBB7707

Now ISFCALLS is not working due to Z O/s version which I got to know from
Code:

     7 +++ ISFRC = ISFCALLS("ON")                   
IRX0043I Error running RMF, line 7: Routine not found


More details on Z Os version
Code:

==== ISPF Diagnostic Trace System ======== 2017.271 09:35:09 GMT ====
ZENVIR: ISPF 5.2MVS     TSO              ZOS390RL:z/OS   01.04.00   
ZISPFOS:ISPF FOR z/OS 01.02.00                                       
MVS:  SP7.0.4 HBB7707  JES: JES2 z/OS 1.4      TSO: 3.03.0           
ISPF: 5.2.0000         DFSMS: 1.03.00          CPU: 2066(1 CPU)     
RACF: 7.70.7           HSM:    . .          Region: 4M               
Max <16M: 4160K        In Use: 1064K         Avail: 3096K           
Max >16M: 32768K       In Use: 1884K         Avail: 30884K           
Default unit:        SYSDA         Trace type:          WRITE       
GRS Options:         NONE          z/Architecture:      Yes         
ISPF Exit Flags:     0000          Test Status:         Inactive     
Ext data stream:     Yes           Max screen size:     080x24       
Language:            ENGLISH       Terminal Type:       3278         
Loaded Char set mod: ISP3278       ISPVCALL Exit:       *None*       
TSO Prefix:          *None*                                         
ISPVCALL Version:    ISPVCALL  2003.118  z/OS 1.02 BASE             


Is there any other command to get the spool extract, I need to retrieve all the job names, job trigger time, job actual start time and SYSID(LPAR) of EXECUTING jobs using REXX

Please help me with alternative for current Z OS
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enrico-sorichetti

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 3:28 pm
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Please help me with alternative for current Z OS


define current please
current as the z/OS You are using now ( 1.04 )
or current as per IBM maintenance policy

the REXX/SDSF jes interface was/is available starting from zOS 1.10 only ( IIRC )
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Khadhar Basha

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 12:15 pm
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Thank you Enrico for the below information.

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REXX/SDSF jes interface was/is available starting from zOS 1.10 only ( IIRC )


This clears I cannot get spool data of executing jobs thru REXX for zOs 1.04.
If any others ways do let me know.

Thanks
Khadhar Basha
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Willy Jensen

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 12:49 pm
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Check the SDSF manual chapter 'Using SDSF in batch'. The ISFAD program predates the API, so should be available even on a 1.04 system. It would of course be best to find a SDSF manual for that system level.
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