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The help for ADDJOBSCDE makes me think you just enter it as the schedule
date. Haven't tried it though.


Frequency (FRQ) - Help

If you specify *MONTHLY and a month does not contain the day
specified for the SCDDATE parameter, the job is not run that month.
For example, if SCDDATE(01/31/2004) and FRQ(*MONTHLY) are specified,
the job is submitted on 01/31, 03/31, 5/31, 7/31, 8/31, 10/31 and
12/31, but will not run in February, April, June, September, or
November. To submit a job on the last day of every month, specify
SCDDATE(*MONTHEND).



date: Wed, 11 May 2022 08:26:27 -0500
from: Richard Reeve <rjrjr64@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: Job scheduler question

All,

I have a job that currently gets run manually on the 15th and end of
month. Is there a way that I could put it on the job scheduler to run
automatically (even when the 15th and end of month are non-working days)?
I've done a bit of research but don't seem to find any concrete answers.

As always, thanks for your help.

All the best,

Richard Reeve




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