On SBMJOB command, By default HOLD keyword holds system default value '*JOBD'
<pre>Inquiry message reply . . . . . *JOBD *JOBD, *RQD, *DFT, *SYSRPYL
Hold on job queue . . . . . . . *JOBD *JOBD, *NO, *YES
Schedule date . . . . . . . . . *CURRENT Date, *CURRENT, *MONTHSTR...</pre>
The parameter '*YES' refers to keep the Job in Hold status after submitting to batch.
The parameter '*NO' will not keep the Job in Hold status as soon as it enters to batch, it will be in Active mode.
Last Wiki Answer Submitted: August 29, 2011 5:12 am by deepu93213,370 pts.