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ENDJOBABN is not a good idea, in this case for two reasons:

1) The OP said that this is an interactive job that shouldn't be cancelled; only the current (and/or previous) program.

2) IIRC, ENDJOBABN can negatively affect the application of PTF's during the next IPL (I don't recall the exact details of those rules), so it shouldn't be used unless there's a stubborn job that's not getting cancelled via the ENDJOB command.

Just a clarification re CPF9898/CPF9897, it's not the message ID that ends the message, rather the value in the MSGTYPE() parm of the sender.


On 1/9/2023 1:35 PM, dfreinkel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
This needs confirming but if you send a message with message ID CPF9898 or CPF9897, one of those will end the job abnormal.

You could also issue the CL command ENDJOBABN - end job abnormal.

Darryl Freinkel

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