• Subject: RE: WRKSBMJOB, option 8 failing, V4R4, CUM=99230
  • From: "Simon Coulter" <shc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 30 Oct 99 12:30:21 +1000


Hello Buck,

I still use it to distribute source code.  The recipient simply has to download 
the file and 
SBMDBJOB (maybe edit the target library name) and it all gets compiled.

It avoids having to create the pack/unpack sort of mechanism so many people 
create.

If the recipient wants to split the source up into the 'normal' source files, 
CPYF commands in 
the jobstream will do that.

And for what it's worth ... jobstream support is not likely to go away because 
they're used to 
build OS/400 and the LPPs.

Regards,
Simon Coulter.


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> Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 09:52:32 -0400
> From: "Buck Calabro" <mcalabro@commsoft.net>
> To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Reply-To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject: RE: WRKSBMJOB, option 8 failing, V4R4, CUM=99230

> 
> Simon,
> We used this when moving from the System/3 to the System/38.  We originally
> had our OCL on cards, and when the 3741 came out, we moved the job streams
> to diskette.  We did things this way because our operations staff were
> skilled at making changes to OCL streams (sort specs, // SWITCH, // DATE and
> so on).  You put a diskette in the "keypunch" machine, edit the OCL and
> submit the job from the same 3741.  Their skills meant that a single job
> (List Customers) could produce many different reports based on the sort
> criteria used by the job.  SBMDKTJOB worked OK on the S/38, but the 3741's
> were very old and getting parts was becoming a problem.  We couldn't really
> afford to lose this functionality, so we moved our job streams to a database
> file, built a quick menu system over it to allow the operators to do SEU and
> SBMDBJOB and off they went.
> 
> Buck Calabro

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