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Displaying job status information

Tip

The information described in this section applies to all MainView products except MainView FOCAL POINT.

The job status views provide access to status information and job output from the JES queues.

Use the following procedures to display:

  • JOBSTAT - Displays status information about jobs, TSO users, and started tasks.

  • JOBLSTO - Displays a list of output data sets that are associated with a job.

Note

As distributed, the job status views enable users to display information only about their own jobs. To grant users access to information about other jobs, TSO users, and started tasks, you must use the Job Status List resource definitions, as described in Managing security for MainView products.

To display the JOBSTAT view

Perform one of the following actions:
  • Type JOBSTAT on the COMMAND line, and press Enter.

  • In Plex Manager, hyperlink from the Job Output List field on the EZPLEX menu.

Following figure shows an example of the JOBSTAT view.

ddmmmyyyy  hh:mm:ss ------- MainView WINDOW INTERFACE (Vv.r.mm) --------------
COMMAND  ===>                                                 SCROLL ===> PAGE
CURR WIN ===> 1        ALT WIN ===>
>W1 =JOBSTAT===========SJSEC610=*========ddmmmyyyy==hh:mm:ss====PLEXMGR==D====1
 - Owner ID  : BCVABC1     Enter owner ID of the jobs.............              
   Job Prefix:             Enter 1 to 8 characters generic JOBNAME              
                                                                                
 CMD JobName  JobID    OwnerId  Status    Type Class Prty MaxCC  JobCmpl  ExecNo
 --- -------- -------- -------- --------- ---- ----- ---- ------ -------- ------
     BCVABC1  TSU40068 BCVABC1  Executing TSU  TSU     15 0               BBSYSE

By default, JOBSTAT displays information about any jobs that are owned by you (the TSO or MainView Explorer user). If you have permission, you can use the following filter fields to control the contents of JOBSTAT:

  • Owner ID

  • Job Prefix

Enter a specific value or a partial value followed by the * wildcard character, and press Enter. JOBSTAT is redisplayed with information about the specified owner IDs or jobs.

In the CMD field next to a job, you can enter one of the following line commands:

  • S to display the output of the job.

  • P to purge the output of the job.

  • DL to display the output data sets for the job.

To display the JOBLSTO view

On the JOBSTAT view, perform one of the following actions:
  • Position the cursor on JobNameand press Enter.

  • Type DL in the line command field next to a job and press Enter.

Following figure shows an example of the JOBLSTO view.

ddmmmyyyy  hh:mm:ss ------- MainView WINDOW INTERFACE (Vv.r.mm) --------------
COMMAND  ===>                                                 SCROLL ===> PAGE
CURR WIN ===> 1        ALT WIN ===>
>W1 =JOBLSTO===========SJSEC610=*========ddmmmyyyy==hh:mm:ss====PLEXMGR==D====4
- JOB DATASET LIST DISPLAY                                                     
  Job:.................... BCVABC1  JobID: TSU40068                            
                                                                               
CMD DDName   StepName DSID C Owner    Hold LineCn ByteCnt    OutDest  #ofCopy O
--- -------- -------- ---- - -------- ---- ------ ---------- -------- ------- -
    JESMSGLG JES2        2 X BCVABC1                                  01      .
    JESJCL   JES2        3 X BCVABC1           57       5276          01      .
    JESYSMSG JES2        4 X BCVABC1                                  01      .
    SYS00171 LPLGS     102 A BCVABC1                                  01      .

JOBLSTO displays a list of output data sets that are associated with a job.

In the CMD field next to a ddname, you can enter the S line command to display the output of the data set.


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