dikdude and collins .... thnx for your interest in replying to my qstion.... though it is unclear.... now i get it.... weshould use move " //step1.... " statement to transfer the jcl lines into a file and then submit that file.... god its so obvious and simple..... i should have thought abt it.
anyways thnx i would be posting new dubts later.... get ready to answr them...lol _________________ samanth
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Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 4:29 pm Post subject:
I suspect it is "How do I submit a batch job from a COBOL program?" So 2 different interpretations. Also, why is thw question being double SHOUTED (asked in bold as well as in all upper case)? Also, we do not do asap - we do as and when we feel like it. If that is 'asap' then be prepared for 'asap' to be quite some time in the future maybe days or even weeks in extreme cases.
If the interpretation is as I think then William Collins has given you the gist of the method. _________________ Regards
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