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Managing JES jobs

You can browse Job Entry Subsystem (JES) jobs that run on the LPAR where the UIM server is active.

Viewing JES jobs

Use the following procedure to view JES jobs, job data sets, and job output. You can download and save the job output as a text file to a local folder.

To view JES jobs, job data sets, and job output

 New console
  1. In the Job Browser perspective, click Add Filter .

    Tip

    You can remove job filters, by clicking Remove Filter .

  2. In the Add Job Filter dialog box, enter a job name.

    The wildcard * is supported.

  3. Click OK.

    The application searches for jobs that satisfy the filter value. Matching jobs are listed in the results pane.

  4. To view the job output, double-click the required job.

    Two panes are displayed in the output view:

    • The upper pane displays the list of data sets.

    • The lower pane displays the records contained in the data set selected in the upper pane. By default, the job output of the first data set is selected and displayed.

  5. When finished, click Back    to return to the job list.
 Classic console
  1. In the Job Browser perspective, click Add Job Filter .

    Tip

    You can remove job filters, by clicking Remove a Job Filter .

  2. In the Add Job Filter dialog box, enter a job name.

    The wildcard * is supported.

  3. Click OK.

    The application searches for jobs that satisfy the filter value. Matching jobs are listed in the results pane.

  4. To view the job output, perform one of the following tasks:
    • Double-click the required job.

    • Select the required job and click .

    Two panes are displayed in the output view:

    • The upper pane displays the list of data sets.

    • The lower pane displays the records contained in the data set selected in the upper pane. By default, the job output of the first data set is selected and displayed.

  5. (optional) Search for specific values and text strings in the job output.

    Guidelines are as follows:

    • All standard RegEx values are supported.

    • You can use the scroll bars to navigate between the job data sets.

    • You can click  to reload an active job from the server; the jobs list and job output will be updated accordingly. This button is dimmed when you are viewing details of an inactive job.

  6. When finished, click Back to Job List   to return to the job list.


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