job library

job library

[′jäb ‚li‚brer·ē]
(computer science)
A partitioned data set, or a concatenation of partitioned data sets, used as the primary source of object programs (load modules) for a particular job, and more generally, as a source of runnable programs from which all or most of the programs for a given job will be selected.
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The operator is supported by the job library which can be supplemented optionally with pictures or drawings.
The job library also offers reusable templates to prevent errors and reduce script development and maintenance.
More than 1,300 companies in 34 countries are now using ActiveBatch, which now includes a content-rich job library for web-services database functions such as SQL Server Reporting, SQL Blocks, Secure-FTP, Crystal Reports, Task Scheduler, and others.
With extra space, they have been able to expand their collections such as the job library, basic skills and English for speakers of other languages.
8] Valuing the economic costs and benefits of libraries: a study prepared for The N Strategy by Coopers & Lybrand for the New Zealand Library Association 1996 Pratt, A and Altman, E Live by the numbers, die by the numbers: library statistics can be hazardous to your job Library journal 15 April 1997
Extensions to ActiveBatch Job Library Let Users Easily Create and Manage Virtual Systems for Running Workflows; Additions Include Support for VMware Job Steps and Events
A newly-expanded Job Library supports adapters for all applications using Web Services.
Leading the list of requested features is a new ActiveBatch Job Step as part of the ActiveBatch Job Library for submitting, executing and monitoring the output of jobs in z/OS, IBM's mainframe operating system.
Job Library, a catalog of job roles and descriptions custom built by each company;
New Execution Agents, Crystal Reports Job Library Expand Job Scheduling Platform's Support For Latest Enterprise Computing Environments
Based on an industry-leading, ready-to-use competencies database and job library made up of more than 1,900 multidimensional competencies and 1,900 cross-industry and industry-specific job models, InScope Competency Management(TM) enables companies to use a common language of competencies to make objective decisions in hiring, assessing, promoting, and rewarding employees.
Based on an industry-leading, ready-to-use competencies database and job library made up of more than 1900 multidimensional competencies and 1900 cross-industry and industry-specific job models, InScope enables companies to use a common language of competencies to make objective decisions in hiring, assessing, promoting, and rewarding employees.