- 4 hours
The JCL (z/OS) - Coding Procedures and JES2 Control Statement course demonstrates how to create JCL procedures. It also covers the use of override statements and symbolic substitution of values within a procedure. It examines how parameter values can be passed, and how backward references can be used between steps. Finally, it describes the use of the JES control statement in determining the environment that a job should run under, and the OUTPUT statement and its role in determining where output should be sent for printing.
Senior operators, application programmers, or system programmers who work with JCL that contains procedures and/or JES2 Control statements.
It is assumed that the student has successfully completed the Datatrain courses Scheduling Batch Jobs Using Different Data Set Types and Using JCL Statements to Identify and Resolve Batch Problems.
After completing this course, the student should be able to:
- Write and use procedures in batch processing
- Use symbolic substitution in JCL
- Manage batch output through JCL
- Code JES2 control statements
Using In-Stream Procedures
Using Cataloged Procedures
Using the JCLLIB and SET Statements
Coding JCL Symbols
JCL and System Symbol Substitution
Modifying Procedure Statements
Using the OUTPUT Statement
Working with Output and JES
Issuing JES2 Control Statements Within A Job Stream