Batch Job & DATACLAS
Route File to User-Defined Destination
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This is a single step job. It uses IEBGENER to create a sequential file containing 80-byte records. The DATACLAS function is used to override the default location (or physical location) for the file.
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The following member (RPDCLSJ1.jcl) is the JCL that will create the file that will be placed at a pre-defined user location.
//RPDCLSJ1 JOB SIMOTIME,CLASS=1,MSGCLASS=0,NOTIFY=CSIP1 //* ******************************************************************* //* RPDCLSJ1.JCL - a JCL Member for Batch Job Processing * //* This JCL Member is provided by SimoTime Technologies * //* (C) Copyright 1987-2017 All Rights Reserved * //* Web Site URL: http://www.simotime.com * //* e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org * //* ******************************************************************* //* //* Text - Route to Folder based on DATACLAS. //* Author - SimoTime Technologies //* Date - January 24, 1996 //* //* This is a single step job. It uses IEBGENER to create a sequential //* file containing 80-byte records. //* //* The DATACLAS=PRINTOUT on the SYSUT2 DD statement is used to route //* the file to a user defined destination. //* //* The SYSOUT=* will create a unique file name that contains the Date, //* Time and Job Number. //* //* This set of programs will run on a Windows System with Micro //* Focus Enterprise Developer/Server. //* //* ******************************************************************* //* Step 1 of 1, Create a File... //* //QCRTDIN1 EXEC PGM=IEBGENER //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=* //SYSIN DD DUMMY //* :....1....:....2....:....3....:....4....:....5....:....6....:....7. //SYSUT1 DD * 1Report Identifier Primary Header 2010/01/05 Page: 0001 Sub-Title Info 12:05:22pm Left Data-01 Center Data 01 Right Data 01 Left Data-02 Center Data 02 Right Data 02 Left Data-03 Center Data 03 Right Data 03 Left Data-04 Center Data 04 Right Data 04 Left Data-05 Center Data 05 Right Data 05 1Report Identifier Primary Header 2010/01/05 Page: 0002 Sub-Title Info 12:05:22pm Left Data-21 Center Data 21 Right Data 21 Left Data-22 Center Data 22 Right Data 22 Left Data-23 Center Data 23 Right Data 23 Left Data-24 Center Data 24 Right Data 24 Left Data-25 Center Data 25 Right Data 25 /* //SYSUT2 DD SYSOUT=J,DEST=JES2,DATACLAS=PRINTOUT //* //
The following member (CATMAPA1.cfg) is the configuration file that defines the user location.
# ---------------------------------------------------------------- # This example will focus on Micro Focus Enterprise Server and the # Mainframe Sub-System (or ES/MSS). When a Region (or Server) is # configured within Micro Focus Enterprise Server to run batch jobs # (i.e. submit JCL) a default directory is defined and used for # placement of new physical files that are allocate by a job. # This is an example of how to catalog a new data set and override # the base configuration and place the physical file in an # alternate directory.. The technique provides the capability to # key off any portion of a catalog record to control the target # directory where the physical files will reside. # # All keywords must be in UPPER case. # # Each rule can occupy only 1 line. Examples are below: # # The rules are applied to any new catalog record in the order # in which they occur in this file. The first rule that matches # upon an offset within the catalog record will be used. # # Note: To have the catalogs retain their portability it is a # good practice to keep the "SUBDIR" directories at the # same level or in directories that are children of the # directory containing the CATALOG.DAT file. In the # example below the CATALOG.DAT file may be located in # "C:\SimoSam1\DEVL\DATA\". This is not an absolute # requirement. However, this will help with the # maintenance and support efforts. # # To enable set the following environment variable: # # ES_ALLOC_OVERRIDE=d:\dirname\CatMapA1.cfg # # The name of the configuration file can be any valid Windows # file name. In the following examples there is one rule that is # keying off the High Level Qualifier or HLQ (SIMOTIME.WRK1), one # that is keying off the fact that it is a “spool” record, etc. # ---------------------------------------------------------------- # # Key off of the DATACLAS value. OFFSET(449) VALUE(PRINTOUT) SUBDIR(<CATALOGFOLDER>\PRINTOUT) OFFSET(449) VALUE(TAPECLAS) SUBDIR(<CATALOGFOLDER>\TAPE) # Key off of the spool indicator OFFSET(313) VALUE(S) SUBDIR(<CATALOGFOLDER>\SPOOL) # Key off of the UNIT from DD # OFFSET(805) VALUE(CART) SUBDIR(C:\SimoSAM1\DEVL\DATA\TAPE) # Key off of the VOLUME value. # OFFSET(314) VALUE(CSIWRK) SUBDIR(C:\MVSP0030\VOLUME) # Key off of the DSORG # OFFSET(324) VALUE(VSAM) SUBDIR(C:\MVSP0030\VSAM) # Key off of the LRECL # OFFSET(469) HEXVALUE(0063) SUBDIR(C:\MVSP0030\LRECL99) # Key off of the first leftmost bytes of the dataset name OFFSET(1) VALUE(SIMOTIME.DATA.GDGROUP1) SUBDIR(D:\A1GDGLIB) OFFSET(1) VALUE(SIMOTIME.TAPEFILE.) SUBDIR(<CATALOGFOLDER>\TAPE) OFFSET(1) VALUE(SIMOTIME.WRK1.) SUBDIR(<CATALOGFOLDER>\WRK1) OFFSET(1) VALUE(SIMOTIME.TEXT.) SUBDIR(<CATALOGFOLDER>\TXT1) OFFSET(1) VALUE(SIMOTIME.LRG2.) SUBDIR(d:\SORTWORK) OFFSET(1) VALUE(SIMOTIME.LRG3.) SUBDIR(c:\SORTWORK) # ----------------------------------------------------------------
The DATACLAS function is used to override the default location (or physical location) for the file. This document may be used to assist as a tutorial for new programmers or as a quick reference for experienced programmers.
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