||The function is complete. The scheduler
element (SE) in the JCT for this job and function is set “complete,”
and this job is returned to the queue for scheduling of further functions
||The function is returned for later
scheduling. The SE in the JCT for this job and function is set “not
active” and “not complete,” and this job is returned to the queue
in operator hold status. The operator must release the job for further
processing to occur.
||The function is returned for specialized
rescheduling. For all scheduler elements except C/I, the FCT GETUNIT
list for the DSP must indicate the rescheduling requirements. JSS
will reschedule the DSP when the device requirements in the list can
The C/I scheduler element uses this return code when
a dependent job control job requires the completion of another job
before it can be scheduled, or when a processor is not available for
a C/I catalog search (LOCATE processing). JSS reschedules the job
when predecessor jobs complete, or when an eligible processor becomes
||The function is returned for purging.
All scheduler elements in the JCT for this job for all functions except
PURGE and ENABLE are set “complete,” and the job is purged from the
system without any further activity.
||The function is returned for canceling
with print. The scheduler elements in the JCT for this job for all
functions except ENABLE, OUTSERV, PURGE, and CBPRNT, if present, are
set “complete.” This job is then returned to the queue.
||The function is returned from FAILSOFT.
This occurs when FAILSOFT ends a DSP. The FCT entry for this job is
removed from the FCT chain and the function is not rescheduled.
||The function is returned from the
converter/interpreter (C/I) for later scheduling. This may occur when
an operator decreases the C/I maximum DSP use count. The scheduler
element in the JCT for this job is set “not active, not complete,”
and the job is returned to the queue. JSS reschedules the DSP when
a CI DSP becomes available. Only the converter/interpreter should
use this return code.
|1 Defined for byte FCTFLAG2 in the IATYFCT macro and for byte
RQDSPRC in the IATYRSQ macro.