- 4 hours
The Monitoring the CONTROL-M Scheduling Environment course describes the use of the Control-M for z/OS scheduling package's monitoring and reporting facilities. It describes how jobs and schedules can be monitored and maintained through the Control-M online facilities and through standard Control-M utilities. It also shows some of the standard reporting utilities and describes how they can be used and executed.
Personnel requiring the knowledge to use CONTROL-M on a mainframe platform.
Knowledge of IBM hardware, software, terminology, and concepts.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify how JCL processing is used
- Recognize the basic CONTROL-M facilities
- Identify how system activity is monitored
- Identify how the system utilities are used
- Identify how reports are created
Defining and Using System and User Variables in JCL
Delegating Scheduling Authority
CONTROL-M Event Management
Modifying Job Schedules and Processing
Identifying Job Status
Using the Active Jobs Screen Options
Viewing the Log for Information
Monitoring Conditions and Resources
Coding the KeyStroke Language
Creating Reports Using the KeyStroke Reporting Language