|Miscellaneous Job Scheduling|
The Data Express procedure to be processed must contain the
passwords to any data base that it accesses.
If your Cataloged DataExprss procedure includes a run time option for defining output format, enter the format number, (e.g. 29 for .DBF file format, on PARM01). Your selection criteria should then follow on the PARM02 through PARM10.
|Execution Time||Anytime (O, B, P or I)|
|Job Completion Status||JOBFAIL|
|Estimated Run Time||None|
|Recovery/Restart||This job is restartable.|
|DX1-PROC-NAME||Enter the name (1-10 char.) of the catalogued procedure to be run. (Required)|
|DX2-CATALOG-GRP||Enter the name of the group (1-8 char.) of the Data Express catalogue from which the procedure is to be run. (Required)|
|DX3-CATALOG-ACCT||Enter the name of the account (1-8 char.) of the Data Express catalog from which the procedure is to be run. (Required)|
|DX4-PROC-PASS||Enter the password (1-8 char.) of the procedure to be run. (Optional). NOTE: If the procedure has been catalogued with a password, it must be entered.|
|Enter the responses necessary to provide selection criteria for the DATAX procedure. The responses must be entered in the exact order the DATAX procedure prompts for them. Review the procedure definition in DATAX to find the selection criteria sequence. Do not enter a response for selection criteria that have values imbedded in the procedure. For a 'SELECT ALL' response enter '*' rather than leaving it blank. A blank response will be ignored rather than being interpreted as 'SELECT ALL'. NOTE: You will not see the "SELECTED BY" data element names when scheduling this job.|
|DX6-INCL-SUMMARY||Leave blank for DBASE (29) format. If Data Express procedure includes summary lines enter "Y" to have them sent to the file or "N" to exclude them from the file. If procedure being used does NOT include summary lines leave BLANK.|
|DX7-NAME||Enter the HP3000 file name (1-8 char.) that is to be saved. First character must be alphabetic and must not include special characters (i.e. -, /, or #).|
Created: WED, NOV 19, 2014, 01:33 PM