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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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Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, he was the General Manager of JCL International Inc.
"With JCL's specialist expertise and strong reputation, we will gain greater access to new corporate and investor clients in the country's core growth industries, specifically hospitality, industrial, data centre, retail, residential, healthcare and outsourcing.
JCL was acquired by the present sponsors under privatisation, containing 1,200 acres of freehold land and 99 years lease along with 3,159 acres of mining lease land besides an obsolete cement plant.
Winners included JCL (supply award), Henkel (quality award), Sandvik (cost award) and Quaker, who were crowned supplier of the year.
communis (JCL) group which was further divided into three subgroups 50 JCL, 100 JCL, and 200 JCL groups which were fed with 50, 100, and 200 mg/kg J.
(JCL) was shown to be a better economic, environmental, and land preservation alternative to corn or millet planted in the poor, gravel soil.
There are long-term contingencies of $3,000 stemming from civil lawsuits, concerning customer personal injuries arising from use of JCL's products.
Adam Wathen, collection development manager at Johnson County Library (JCL) in Shawnee Mission, Kan., cautioned that ebook statistics must be put in context in order to draw meaning from the data.
The company has released six major new mainframe products in the past 12 months including BMC Application Accelerator for IMS, BMC Workbench for DB2, and BMC Control-M Workload Automation JCL Verify.
(1.) Exit Interview, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, National Park Service (NPS) Interviews, 2, 133; 1, 12, Jimmy Carter Library (JCL), Atlanta, GA: Jerry Falwell, interview by author, July 24, 2003; Quoted in William R.
Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 governs both Juvenile in conflict with the law (JCL) and children in need of care and protection (CNCP), and has given greater conceptual distinction between these two categories of children.
The JCL notations used for simulation in the application and JCL multipliers determined by simulation are presented in Table 4.