displays the list of calendars in Process Manager. The calendars are listed by owning user ID.


jcals [-l] [-u user_name|-u all] [cal_name]

jcals [-h]|[-V]


You use the jcals command to display information about one or more calendars. When using the default display option, the following information is displayed:

  • user name
  • calendar name
  • the expression



Specifies to display the information in long format. In addition to the information listed above, this option displays the status of calendar (whether it is true today or not), the last date the calendar resolved to, the next date the calendar resolves to, and the calendar description.

-u user_name

Specifies the name of the user who owns the calendar. If you do not specify a user name, user name defaults to the user who invoked this command. If you specify -u all, information is displayed about calendars owned by all users.


Specifies the name of the calendar. If you do not specify a calendar name, all calendars meeting the other criteria are displayed.


Prints the command usage to stderr and exits.


Prints the Process Manager release version to stderr and exits.


jcals -u all

Displays all calendars in Process Manager.