Dozshura Sets the printer to the special form specified by ffffffffan eight-character special form name. Where dev is the output device and y is either a number indicating the number of pages or cards to skip or the letter D to forward space to the end of the data set. If the device is active, the software sets it to drain. For the operand R yysubstitute one of these values:.
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Displays jobs and The operator can restart job output when print or punch output becomes damaged. This command terminates current printing or punching and re-queues the print or punch output. Examples Stops the current job printing on printer 1 and re-queues the entire print output.
Operators can advance the job a specified number of pages or cards or to the end of the current data set. For example, they can forward space over a long program listing to print only the programs output data set.
The first operand identifies the device. The second operand gives the number of pages or cards to forward space or tells the device to forward space to the end of the current data set. If the device encounters the end of a data set during a forward space, printing or punching resumes at the beginning of the next data set. If the operator does not specify a y operand, a 1 is assumed. Examples Forward spaces the output one page on printer 1.
If a job is queued and on hold, the job remains queued and the system takes no action on the job. If the job is active, the job finishes its current activity and then re-queues.
If a job is awaiting print, punch, or execution, it remains in that state until it is released. If a job is being read, it finishes being read and then enters the execution queue on hold. A job currently executing finishes execution and enters the print queue on hold. Format Where jobname is the name of the job to place on hold. The job resumes output according to job priority. The output automatically backspaces one page or card to prevent data loss.
When the small jobs complete, the operator can resume printing the large job. Format Where dev is the device to interrupt. To print a short job with a priority lower than or equal to the job currently printing, complete the following steps.
Hold the job currently printing. Interrupt the printer. Start the short job and then release the job on hold. Operators can use this command to print applications requiring special forms. This command is particularly useful for determining why jobs are not printing.
Typically, printing problems occur when the job criteria form and class do not match the printer criteria. Operators can only specify one job name with this command. The ALL operand displays all attributes. It does not terminate the activity in progress. If another output device is available, the copy begins printing or punching concurrently. If only one device is available, the copy prints or punches after the current activity completes. Operators can use this command to make copies of special forms output for example, mailing labels without duplicating all the job output or rerunning the job.
Format Where dev is the device. Format Where jobname is the name of the job output to release from hold. If the operator specifies a job, the software flags it for purging. If the job is inactive, the software purges it.
If the job is active, it completes its current activity and then the software purges it. If the operator specifies a device, the software drains the device if it is inactive. If the device is active, the software sets it to drain.
Then the device completes its current activity and drains. A device in the drained state will not start until the operator starts it. Format Where nnnn is the number of the job to purge.
MVS and JES2 Commands