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  • Batch Scheduling Of Jobs

    Currently, we are creating 80-100 jobs for a complete batch schedule to execute against individual db2 regions (1 entire batch schedule per region). Is there a way to create one series of batch jobs and use that set against all regions? I apologize if this makes absolutely no sense.

    Smearbrick5 pointsBadges:
  • In z/OS, can you write a message to another job’s job log?

    I've got several situations where I'd like a program (e.g. a batch program) to be able to write a message in another job's job log (e.g. to a CICS region saying "I've just set application ABC into overnight mode" or some such). I don't recall seeing this feature anywhere and have been through the...

    Jamesp3315 pointsBadges:
  • Installing LDAP on z/os 1.9

    I need to install ldap on zos 1.9 but not sure where to start..this is for replication

    Umps5 pointsBadges:
  • can anyone please help me why by billing job is failing with SR04 ?

    can anyone please help me why by billing job is failing with SR04 ?

    SR045 pointsBadges:
  • Upload a table to Mainframe

    How can I upload a SQL table to mainframe dataset? I want to know the proper syntax of how can i upload a table to Mainframe using FTP

    KarishmaKapoor20 pointsBadges:
  • FTP SUNIQUE Default File Names?

    I am using the SUNIQUE option of FTP to move files from z/OS to our network. Everything looks great, except the z/OS generated filenames for output are showing up as FTP2.tmp, FTPA.tmp,etc. Does anyone know if the default naming scheme in TCP can be modifed to allow the SUNIQUE option to output...

    MMAYS15 pointsBadges:
  • Setup Remote printer in zOS

    We have zOS v1R4 in a z900 mainframe server. I am a newly joined MVS system programmer here in this Datacenter. My requirement is as follows: 1) Currently we use TCP/IP to connect to LPARs in the mainframe 2) There is a remote laser printer in the client place(which is already networked) 3) We...

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  • Reducing DISK I/O z/OS 1.4

    I have a C loadmodule that is called 1000's of times a day. The first action it takes is to open a PDS with 41 members and read them. This PDS's members are only "text", no load modules. I would like to know in what way I could cache them in memory and totally bypass DASD disk I/O. Thank you, John...

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