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613
Bad tape label.
806
Requested program not on library.
80A
Not enough core memory to open file.
522
Job in wait state more than 30 minutes.
706
Program on library is not executable.
722
Print output exceed amount specified.
513
Two jobs requesting the same tape simultaneously.
714
I/O error while writing EOF label on a tape.
813
DSN on tape labelnot equal to DSN on DD card.
E37
End of volume (Data set full, all extents used)
237-08
Second volume DSN not equal to first volume DSN.
804
Not enough core memory allocated for program to load.
B37
Insufficient space (disk full or all 16 extents used.
637-OC
Attempting to concatenate data sets with unlike attributes.
313
I/O error in VTOC of a disk volume.
322
Execution time exceeded CPS limit.
413
Volume was needed that could not be mounted.
422
Job contains too many steps.
D37
Ran out of space on disk primary allocaiton.
0C1
Unresolved external reference, possible bad card/statement.
0C4
Address exception, bad or missing DD card.
0C7
BAD DATA
0CB
Attempting to divide by 0 (zero)
JES2 = Job Entry Subsystem
A JES2 statement can be most easily recognized by a /* in the identifier field -OR- No NAME field
The SPACE parmaeter is coded for non-VSAM data sets to inform the system the amount of primary and secondary space to be allocated on a direct-access storage device (DASD).
The SPACe parameter is used ONLY with a new data set, i.e., STATUS=NEW
SPACE contains two positional subparameters -- Unit of measure, amount of space, and release.
SPACE=(unit of measure,amount of space,release)
One track on 3390 DASD has the capacity to contain 56,664 characters or bytes of data.
One cylinder represents 15 tracks of data on a 3390 device.
SPACE coding Rule 1.
Must be enought space on one volume to satisfy the primary quantity. A request for a specific volume when there is not enought space will cause the job step to abend.
SPACE coding Rule 2.
When requesting space in units of blocks, teh average block length may not exceed 65,335 bytes.
SPACE coding Rule 3.
When creating a PDS (partioned data set), you must request space for a directory.
SPACE coding Rule 4.
Code a comaa if secondary allocation is omitted and directory allocation is requested.
SPACE coding Rule 5.
When requesting secondary allocation, the system will attempt to allocate space in contiguous tracks or cylinders. If continguos space is not available, the system will attempt to allocate space in up to five non-contiguous extents.
SPACE coding Rule 6.
Secondary allocaiton or extents can be invoked up to 16 times based on availability.
001-4
Input file record not equal length defined on DD
001-5
Attempting to perform a read after end of file.
002
Block size too large for device type
013
DCB (Data Control Block) conflict or incomplete
013-10
Dummy file with no blocksize defined.
013-14
Library has exhausted space in its directory.
013-18
A library member was specifiedin JCL but not found.
013-20
Block size defined is not a multiple of record length.
013-34
Block size found to be zero (0).
106
Program indicated on program library was unreadable.
122
Operator cancel with a dump.
137
I/O error reading a tape label.
213
Dataset not found in catalog.
222
Operator cancel with no dump.
237-04
Block count error when reading a trailer record
What is the last enterable column on a JCL statement?
Column 71. Sometimes column 72 is used for continuation characters.
What are the four basic JCL statements?
1. JOB
2. EXEC
3. DD
4. Comments
Keyword Parameter: MSGCLASS
Values can be A through Z or 0 through 9
MSGCLASS (Keyword Parameter)
System message and output data sets can be routed to the same output class.
Code SYSOUT=* on all DD statements for the SYSOUT data sets that should default to the MSGCLASS output class of the job.
MSGCLASS (Keyword Parameter)
Examples:

//QNMDPRNT JOB 00089600730JPGBOC,GRECO, MSGCLASS=A
What character is used on the delimiter between parameters?
The comma.
MSGCLASS (Keyword Parameter)
Specifies the output class to which system message and JCL statements are written.
What are the two types of parameters found on JCL statements?
Keyword and Positional
Which is coded first, keyword or positional parameters?
Positional parameters are coded before keyword parameters.
How many DD Cards are needed to successfully run a job?
You must have at least 1 DD card to successfully run a job.