Nathan, Richard, all,

I've used the data area technique in the past with a status of 1) need to run,
2) am running, and 3) am done, for each step.  It worked great for an abend
during any step and a programmed recovery/restart.

That works well for the individual steps and the whole process.

Back to my original question and the problem I'm trying to solve:  How do I lock
up the work station, showing step progress bars, while submitting the whole
process to batch to use the better CPW?

"Nathan M. Andelin" wrote:
>
> As Richard Reeve suggested, having each batch program update a data area
> (indicating progress), sounds like a good solution.  If the batch programs
> are called from a CL program, the CL program can monitor for abnormal end
> conditions and pass that event back to the interactive job via the data area
> too.
>


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