1. lq ==> list all the jobs in the queue.
if you need more specific info, ie list only the jobs u need, say eg: GTB
By giving this you can know whether the job is the ready queue or is it waiting for any resource or like that
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JOB QUEUE CA-7 -DAY(DDD) AND TIME(HHMM)-- CPU SCH ENTRY MSTR JOB
NAME NAME JOB# DEADLINE SUB/START DUE-OUT SPEC/RUN ID MODE REQ STATUS
GCP05BKP REQ 7635 143/0021 143/0225 143/0110 ALL-ANZH 001 SSCN 001 R-C0008
GTBAREND REQ 4258 145/2024 *NONE* 145/2032 ALL- 001 AUTO 009 LATE
GTBASEND REQ 4259 145/2024 *NONE* 145/2032 *NOEX* 001 AUTO 002 LATE
GTBASINI REQ 4290 145/2046 *NONE* 145/2054 ALL- 001 AUTO 001 LATE
list all job which came in the queue.
-------------- CA-7 QUEUE
GTBAREND 9 . . . .
GTBASEND 2 . . . .
GTBASINI . . . . . H
GTBITEND . . . 1 .
in this the job GTBASINI is in hold. if you want to release it , put " r" in the left most side of the job.
3. To restart the job, "f" in the left most side and then use the appropriate option.
4. To cancel the job, enter "c" on the left most side.
It will give information about which job is triggering this job , which jobs will be triggered by this and what are dependencies.
It will give whole flow of jobs taking jobname mentioned above at top of the hirarchy.
It will display job if that job is went in queue ie that is goin gto run once it’s dependency is finished.
It is going to run job independently.
It will put job in queue with hold so you can do jcl edit ie u can give file override etc before running that.
It’s same as RUN except it also initiate the jobs which are being triggered by this.
It is same as DEMAND except it put the job in queue with hold so that you can do jlc edit , file overide etc.
It will display the jcl of that job.