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JCL - What does the statements: typerun=scan and typerun=hold do in a JCL statement?




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asked mar September 1, 2014 11:03 AM  

What does the statements: typerun=scan and typerun=hold do in a JCL statement?


           

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answered By Mswami   0  
The TYPRUN parameter is used to specify whether job is to be held until further notice or for syntax checking
             
Specifies a special processing for the job.

Following is the syntax:

TYPRUN = SCAN | HOLD

Where SCAN and HOLD has the following description

  •     TYPRUN = SCAN checks the syntax errors of the JCL without executing it.
  •     TYPRUN = HOLD puts the job on HOLD in the job queue.To release the job, "A" can be typed against the job in the SPOOL, which will bring the job to execution.
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