It will ignore it until it is released.  However, if you want the job to be held
in the job queue, I guess there is a PARM *SBMHLD that you can use.


Peter Vidal
Programmer Analyst
PALL Aeropower Corp.

                    "Joel R. Cochran"
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                    01/21/2002 04:08 PM
                    Please respond to

If I put a job on 'Hold' in WRKJOBSCDE, will it kick off and then sit in
hold or will the job scheduler simply ignore it until released?

Joel R. Cochran
Director of Internet Services

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