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Course Catalog » JCL Curriculum » Job Control Language (JCL) 2.3 Series

JCL (z/OS) - JCL Coding Basics - JOB and EXEC Statements 2.3

Duration
4 hours

Overview

Description

This course describes the purpose of commonly used JOB and EXEC JCL statements, and concentrates on the parameters encountered when working with these statements.

Audience

Operators and programmers who need to know how to code and submit JCL batch jobs.

Prerequisites

Completion of the Introduction to JCL Interskill course, or appropriate knowledge.

Objectives

After completing this course, the student will be able to:

  • Code a basic JCL JOB statement
  • Describe the positional and keyword parameters that can be coded on a JOB statement
  • Code an EXEC statement that will invoke a program or procedure

Course Content

Job Statement Basics

Importance of the JOB statement

Placement of the JOB statement

Positional and Keyword parameters

Commonly used JOB statement parameters

Additional Job Statement Parameters

Using TYPRUN for special processing requirements

Time restraints for jobs

Checking condition codes using the COND parameter

Defining job priority

Restarting jobs

Output-related JOB statement parameters

Running your job on a different system

Running a Program Using EXEC Statements

EXEC Statement Use

Placement of the EXEC Statement

Invoking Programs and Procedures

EXEC statement parameters

Commonly used EXEC statement parameters

Common EXEC statement mistakes

JCL (z/OS) - JCL Coding Basics - JOB and EXEC Statements 2.3 Mastery Test

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