Querry inJCL

Ranjan Birla

Querry inJCL
Sorry list,

But I am held up with one error..... one of my job is showing NOTCAT in SAR
out put? But RC=0 and spool is showing successful so any one can tell me is
it a error is what I have to do cause there are few dependent jobs.

I appreciate early reply.

Thanks.

Ranjan Birla.



Sue Janowitz

Re: Querry inJCL
(in response to Ranjan Birla)
This means that a cataloged dataset already exists with the same name as the
one you are trying to catalog. Your dataset was created but not cataloged -
you should be able to find what pack it is on by reading through the JCL
output. Probably you meant to scratch the old dataset - you can do that
now, and then catalog the new one. And you'll want a scratch step in your
JCL for future runs. (Or perhaps you meant to give this one a different
name.)

Sue Janowitz
Arlington, MA, USA

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> Sorry list,
>
> But I am held up with one error..... one of my job is showing NOTCAT in
SAR
> out put? But RC=0 and spool is showing successful so any one can tell me
is
> it a error is what I have to do cause there are few dependent jobs.
>
> I appreciate early reply.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Ranjan Birla.



Barb J. Zander

Re: Querry inJCL
(in response to Sue Janowitz)
There is a parm in z/OS and OS/390 that deals with this. In our
testing we did not feel this really addressed the problem very
well. It causes the job to end but does not abend or give a bad
return code the job just ends. So to any scheduling software it
will look like the job completed normal.

Barb

-----Original Message-----
From: Ranjan Birla [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 1:28 AM
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Subject: Querry inJCL


Sorry list,

But I am held up with one error..... one of my job is showing NOTCAT in SAR
out put? But RC=0 and spool is showing successful so any one can tell me is
it a error is what I have to do cause there are few dependent jobs.

I appreciate early reply.

Thanks.

Ranjan Birla.








Balbir Chaudhry

AW: Querry inJCL
(in response to Barb J. Zander)
Hi Ranjan

Sometimes we have the similar situation. Jobs ends with RC=0 and JCC (Job completion Checker) says that the job has
abnormaly ended. So we found in JCL messages NOT RECATLG.

If there is Disp=(NEW,CATLG,CATLG) and the File is already existing you will get this message. Sometimes you will find
2 files with the same name. But they are allocated on different Volumes.

Balbir


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There is a parm in z/OS and OS/390 that deals with this. In our
testing we did not feel this really addressed the problem very
well. It causes the job to end but does not abend or give a bad
return code the job just ends. So to any scheduling software it
will look like the job completed normal.

Barb

-----Original Message-----
From: Ranjan Birla [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 1:28 AM
To: [login to unmask email]
Subject: Querry inJCL


Sorry list,

But I am held up with one error..... one of my job is showing NOTCAT in SAR
out put? But RC=0 and spool is showing successful so any one can tell me is
it a error is what I have to do cause there are few dependent jobs.

I appreciate early reply.

Thanks.

Ranjan Birla.


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