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JCL

JCL

(Job Control Language) A command language for mini and mainframe operating systems that launches applications. It specifies priority, program size and running sequence as well as the files and databases used.
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Cutler, November 10, 1980, File: "Executive Privilege, 6/77-11/80," Box 74, Lloyd Cutler Files, JCL.
Fujitsu's NeoBatch migration toolkit provides a great way for mainframe customers with investments in JCL to take advantage of the benefits of the Windows Server System -- both as target platform and in enhancing the application moving forward.
American Embassy-Lima, "Media Reaction Report" (June 1977), Jody Powell Files, JCL.
conversion of JCL select, sort/merge, report, and other tasks
Memo, Louis Martin to President Carter, 3/12/79, "(3/14/79)" folder, box 122, Office of the Staff Secretary-Handwriting File, JCL.
Moe to the vice president, August 14, 1978; JCL WHCF DPS Eizenstat, box 242, file NHI 8/78-12/78 [O/A 7431]; S.
JCL is changing the game in air travel, by offering an innovative and affordable alternative to commercial airlines and charter companies.
On June 11, 2009 Barbara sued JCL alleging medical malpractice relating to a feeding tube procedure it performed on her mother.
Another function - the JCL Xpander, received a major facelift both in features and presentation.
Working together, SSH and SDS will save programmers time and money by eliminating the need to alter JCL code to encrypt file transfers.
JCL and Wartsila are already linked, the pair have had a joint venture agreement for a couple of years, said Mr Bayliss.
The transmission manufacturer used Aurum JCL 3030, a high PV (pressure x velocity) grade said to provide a low coefficient of friction--0.