Guide for Return Codes in CA7

Guide for Return Codes in CA7 - RETURN CODES FOR JOBS IN...

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RETURN CODES FOR JOBS IN CA-7 GT- Greater than GE- Greater than or equal to EQ- Equal to LT- Less than LE- Less than or equal to NE- Not equal to FL- Mark the job abnormally terminated if the named step was flushed If coded in Control-M as: then Code as the following in CA-7 (use on the job definition screen): 1) on anystep <C**** COND-CODE:0 RO: GT 2) on anystep <C0001 COND-CODE:0 RO:LT 3) on anystep C0000 COND-CODE:0 RO:LT 4) on anystep <C0012 COND-CODE: 11 RO:LT 5) on anystep <C0005 COND-CODE: 4 RO:LT 6) on anystep C0200 COND-CODE:200 RO:NE Examples using return codes for Job Steps that need to be added to the JCL just below the particular job step: 7) In Control-M, if you have: Anystep <C0001 and JS020 <C0016, then on the CA-7 job definition screen, you put COND-CODE: 0 RO: #S Then you have to code the following in the JCL: NOTE : Depending on what job step the condition code is for, place the #SCC statements within that specific job step. These # statements need to go after an EXEC statement. //* //JS020
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