$D JOBDEF - Display characteristics assigned to jobs
To display the characteristics that are assigned to jobs entering the system.
- The $HASP835 message displays the characteristics that are assigned to jobs entering the JES2 system.
- Displays the JES2 form of the accounting information (the job accounting number and room number).
- Displays the character that is used in place of invalid characters in a jobname. This translation is used for JES2 commands and displays, including RACF® entity names.
- Displays the nn number of subtasks (converter/interpreter subtasks) that are run in each of the jesxCIxx address spaces when INTERPRET=JES is specified. Valid values are 1-25 (25 being the maximum number of converter PCEs that can be specified on PCEDEF).
- Displays action that is taken if the data set ENQ for a data set specified on a DD statement cannot be obtained.
- Displays whether the availability of a scheduling environment that is associated with a job controls which member a job converts on. If CNVT_SCHENV=HONOR is specified, then a job can only convert on a system where the scheduling environment that is associated with the job is available.
- Displays the default class that JES2 uses if a non-valid class is discovered during processing.
The default class must be a defined and active batch job class. The default class cannot be set to
ACTIVE=NO, and cannot be deleted. The following examples show when the default class would be used:
- When a job is submitted with a CLASS= value that is not valid. The job is failed, but this class is associated with the job for later processing.
- When a job class is deleted that is associated with the INTRDR statement as CLASS=. The INTRDR CLASS value is set to this value.
- During initialization processing, when the CLASS= value that is specified for a reader (INTRDR, local or remote) is not valid and the operator continues initialization.
Modification: $T JOBDEF operator command or a JES2 all-member warm start.
- Displays whether JES2 is allowed to concurrently execute batch jobs
with the same name in the same MAS.
- Do not allow JES2 to execute batch jobs with the same name in the same MAS at the same time.
- Allow JES2 to execute batch jobs with the same name in the same MAS at the same time.
- Displays when JES2 calls the z/OS interpreter to process a job. INIT specifies that the
interpreter is called when the job is selected for execution by an initiator. JES specifies that it
is called by JES2 at the end of conversion processing. When INTERPRET=JES is specified, conversion
and interpretation processing occurs in a subtask in a new address space named
jesxCIxx. Invoking the interpreter in the initiator is the
traditional way that JES2 processing works. However, the following functions are available if
processing is done under JES (after conversion):
- Earlier detection of JCL errors that are detected by the z/OS interpreter. This allows errors to be detected even if the job never executes for TYPRUN=.
- Processing of JESDS OUTPUT statements to control the attributes of JES data sets, even if the job never executes.
- The last job number that was assigned to a job.
- The number of available job numbers.
- Displays the percentage (1-99) of assignable job numbers that have been used for jobs submitted at the local node.
- The number of available job queue elements.
- Displays the maximum number (10-400000) of jobs that can be in the JES2 job queue at any time.
- Displays Yes if there are jobs on the rebuild queue.
- Displays the percent (0-99) usage threshold of available job queue elements (JQEs).
- Displays whether the messages
issued by JES2 and written at job JCL converter time are set to mixed-case (ASIS) or uppercase
- Displays the optional
character string that is used by JES2 as a subject line in email messages that are sent as a result
of processing the NOTIFY JCL statement. If no specific string is specified, JES2 uses the default
subject line of: z/OS job event notification.Note: By default, the NFY_SUBJECT is not displayed when using the $D JOBDEF command. To receive the information, the command must explicitly request it by issuing:
Scope: Single Member.
- Displays the upper priority limit (0-15) to be associated with the JES2 job priority-aging feature.
- Displays whether the JES2 /*PRIORITY control statement is supported.
- Displays whether the priority that is specified on the JCL JOB statement is supported.
- Displays the lower priority limit (0-15) to be associated with the JES2 job priority-aging feature.
- Displays the number (0-1440) of time periods into which a 24-hour day is to be divided for use increasing a job's priority by the JES2 priority-aging feature.
- Displays the range of number (1-999,999) which JES2 assigns as JOBIDs to jobs which originated on the local node.
- Displays whether job numbers outside of the RANGE= range can be used when jobs are received from NJE or spool reload.
- Specifies whether the
writing of SMF records to the job's EVENTLOG data set should be suppressed (YES) or not (NO). The
default is NO and SMF records are written to the EVENTLOG data set.
MAS-wide. This command displays information about the entire MAS.
The $HASP835 message displays the keywords that are defined and their current values.
1 $D JOBDEF $djobdef $HASP835 JOBDEF $HASP835 JOBDEF ACCTFLD=OPTIONAL,BAD_JOBNAME_CHAR=?, $HASP835 CNVT_ENQ=FAIL,INTERPRET=INIT,CISUB_PER_AS=5, $HASP835 CNVT_SCHENV=IGNORE,JNUMBASE=12,JNUMFREE=9988, $HASP835 JNUMWARN=80,JOBFREE=489,JOBNUM=500,JOBWARN=80, $HASP835 PRTYHIGH=10,PRTYJECL=YES,PRTYJOB=NO,PRTYLOW=5, $HASP835 PRTYRATE=0,RANGE=(1,9999),RASSIGN=YES, $HASP835 JOBRBLDQ=NONE,DUPL_JOB=DELAY