JCL (z/OS) - Running and Debugging JCL
In previous JCL courses you have been presented with many examples of the types of errors that can be produced when running your JCL. This course consolidates many of these and looks at general problem and resolution practices associated with batch job submission, resource allocation, and abends. JCL restarts are also discussed, identifying any processing clean-up that needs to be performed, and the methods used to rerun or restart your job.
Operators and programmers who need to know how to code, submit, and resolve problems associated with JCL batch jobs.
Completion of all other JCL courses in this curricula, or appropriate knowledge.
- After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify common JCL errors and describe how they can be resolved
- Restart a job from a specific step
Running and Debugging Your JCL
Using Job Groups for scheduling
Submitting your job
INCLUDE statement for adding JCL at submission
Common job submission problems
General viewing of job output
Using the NOTIFY and EMAIL parameters
Error messages in output
Abends and Dumps
Restart Issues to Consider
Overriding DD statements
Restarting from a step
Restarting from within a procedure
Common restart errors
JCL (z/OS) - Running and Debugging JCL Mastery Test
This course is part of
the IBM Digital Badge Program
Interskill - Mainframe Specialist
Job Control Language - Expert
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