• Subject: FW: Retrieving job log after job has ended
  • From: "Jewel, Jerry" <jerry.jewel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 15:01:43 -0700

Although not quite what you had in mind... its in the neighborhood.

You can force a program to run before and after each job in a particular
subsystem via:

o A subsystem routing entry forces a call to PGM1 instead of QCMD
o PGM1 does whatever BEFORE-JOB processing you wish, sends a request
message to *EXT with message data 'CALL PGM2', and then does TFRCTL
o -- the particular job executes --
o PGM2 does whatever AFTER-JOB processing you wish

I believe program PGM2 will be executed at end of job whether or not the
job ends normally.  PGM2 has a chance to examine or force creation of a
joblog - no matter how the LOG(x xx *xxxxxxx) parameter is set.

I've used this before to generate straight forward job execution
statistics under certain situations.

Jerry Jewel
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