MVS and JES2 Commands. MVS Commands Cheat Sheet. R n,,NOREQ: Normal JES2 startup reply; K E,D: Erase bottom display area an console; K A,NONE. a “quick reference” to JES2 commands. Who This Book Is For. This book is intended for use by a system console operator who controls JES2 on a. Jobs 6 – 15 OS/VS2JCL. Operator’s Library: OSjVS2 MVS System Commands. Operator’s Library: OSjVS2 MVS JES2 Command. Language Reference Summary.
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For example, they can forward space over a long program listing to print only the programs output data set. Sets printer 3 to route code XYZ.
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Operators can use this command to prevent a job from skipping lines between data lines because of a programming error. Device names consist of two parts: The printer must be inactive for this command to work. Deletes header and trailer pages from each job on printer 1.
Operator command restrictions prevent outside manipulation or loss of a job and ensure the systems integrity. The JES2 command identification character. After the slash, JES does not prioritize classes. Routes the punch output of referenfe to the host computer. Displays the queued jobs, where y describes the type of jobs to display. Operators can use this option to write output to a computer disk. Allows jobs routed to remote Rx to print at either Rx or Rywhichever is available first.
Substitute one of these values:. The operator can negate this command by typing the following command: Where dev is the device to stop. A job currently executing finishes execution and enters the print queue on hold. Places a copy of the output currently being punched on punch 2 into refersnce punch queue to create a duplicate deck.
Forward spaces the output five pages on je2s 1. For more information about these commands, see your IBM manual or consult your host programmer.
Where dev identifies the device. Operators can only specify one job name with this command. If a referencw is awaiting processing, it becomes active. Use commas to separate operands when you specify more than one operand.
Displays information about a job or a range of jobs under the operators jurisdiction.
MVS and JES2 Command Cheat Sheet
For the operand typesubstitute one of these values: If you specify multiple process modes, JES considers them to be in priority order. The ALL operand displays all attributes. Interrupts the job currently printing on printer 1 and re-queues the rest of the job for later printing.
The second operand gives the number of pages or cards to forward space or tells the device to forward space to the end of the current data set. Sending commands to the host. JES checks page commabd if the data set is in page mode and record limits if the data set is in line mode.
After the slash, the limit is preferred but not necessary. This topic provides a quick reference to the most-used JES2 remote commands. Where jobname is the name of the job to be released from hold. If the job is active, the job finishes its current activity and then re-queues. These criteria are commonly used: Cancels the output currently printing on printer 1 and deletes other SYSOUT data sets for the job that matches the current setup for the printer.
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For the operand R yysubstitute one of these values: Where dev is the output device and y is commqnd a number indicating the number of pages or cards to skip or the letter D to forward space to the end of the data set.
Sends a yes message to the host computer operator.
If a job is awaiting print, punch, or execution, it remains in that state until it is released. Sets the printer to the special form specified by ffffffffan coommand special form name. Releases all jobs with numbers ranging from 2 to RD n to start reader n. Forward spaces the output one page on printer 1. Displays the parameters js2 printer 1. The second operand gives the number of pages or lines to reprint or repunch or it tells the device to backspace to the beginning of the current data set.