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Re: Annual Time Change Question



fixed

Actually, it sounds like the job isn't submitted with SCDTIME but
internally does a time-check before processing:

"I have a customer who submits a job to the job queue daily. It has a wait
built into the job until a specific time of the day so that it runs in the
middle of the night. "

So not a job parameter but an internal function of the job itself. Maybe
it does a delay for 60 seconds, checks the time, and runs when time=0230.
Or runs when time >=0230. Or something else. We would need to know the
job's delay logic before we could say how it would respond to the time
change.


On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 7:16 AM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Another thing to consider, the OP was not using the job scheduler. He was
doing a SBMJOB with SCDTIME.


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