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arunsoods

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:54 pm
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Hi Team,

I am using JHSARPRT to copy required data from JHS but I need to schedule this job which will run every day. So for that I want the date field should pick automatically.

I have prepared below code:-

Code:
LOGON SYSTEM(XAD0)                                                     
OPTIONS OUTFILE(OUTFILE) MAXJOBS(999) AUTORESTORE(YES) RESTOREWAIT(59)
PRINT JOB(TABISLAG) -                                                 
      STEP(JES2) -                                                     
      DDNAME(JESMSGLG) -                                               
      FROMSTARTDATE(&DATE1)                                           
      REPORTS(YES)                                                     
LOGOFF                 


But it is giving below Syntex error msg:-

Code:
#0000001:LOGON SYSTEM(XAD0)                                                   
LOGON to XAD0 successful from JOB IL0558AJ JOB58215 as user /USER/AXIOM       
#0000002:OPTIONS OUTFILE(OUTFILE) MAXJOBS(999) AUTORESTORE(YES) RESTOREWAIT(59)
#0000003:PRINT JOB(TABISLAG) -                                                 
               STEP(JES2) -                                                   
               DDNAME(JESMSGLG) -                                             
               FROMSTARTDATE(&DATE1)                                           
ERROR:   CONTROL STATEMENT SYNTAX ERROR - FROMSTARTDATE(&DATE1)               
CONTROL STATEMENT ERRORS.  PROCESSING TERMINATED.                             
01:13:06 JHSARPRT ENDED RC=16         


Can anybody please correct me where I am wrong. Thanks in Advance.
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enrico-sorichetti

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:56 pm
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the manual for JHS will be happy to correct You icon_cool.gif
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arunsoods

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:16 pm
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Hey Enrico,

Thanks for quick response. I searched on web I could not find the JHS Manual. If anybody have the JHS Manual please share.

Thanks
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:44 pm
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ask Your support on how to locate the manuals inside Your organization
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 5:51 pm
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If anybody have the JHS Manual please share.
Some vendors allow anyone to look at their manuals; some vendors allow only qualified customers to look at their manuals. If the JHS vendor is one of the latter, then your ONLY source for manuals is your site -- they will be available in hard copy, or intranet, or through contacting the vendor. And it would be wrong (and possibly illegal) for anyone else to provide you with manuals.
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