job step

job step

[′jäb ‚step]
(computer science)
A unit of work in a job stream.
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The first of the new films is JSA (Job Safety Analysis), which covers topics including the JSA Process, JSA Benefits, Selecting Jobs for a JSA, Prioritizing Jobs for a JSA, Job Step Sequence, Hazard Identification, Prioritizing Hazards, Hazard Controls, and Revising the JSA.
JMX (Java Management Extension) is supported with both Job Step and Event Triggers.
I've always been encouraged to look to the future and plan my next job step," Koch says.
you see that your next job step calls for placing a stab-pad on the stabilizer to prevent any dropped objects from poking a really expensive hole in it.
JCL/Analyzer confirms that all usages of a "Changed" record layout are in sync by finding every Job Step or Program, including Sorts and IDCAMS, that uses any selected file.
V10's support of REST will provide improved ease of use as developers will be able to create reusable REST Job Steps via the ActiveBatch Service Library for common, repetitive workflows, as well as a "raw" REST Job Step for advanced users.
It avoids manual job step information being entered too early or too late, making the dispatch more efficient.
Among V7's other new features are an updated jobs library with support for more applications, SQL reporting and a wide range of database functions; a new change management application that simplifies the process of moving systems from a QA environment to a Production environment; a Power Management job step that can reduce energy consumption; and an expanded number of event-driven job triggers.
It can use either the average CPU time of a particular job step, the CPU time of the most recent job step execution, or, the CPU time of the measured job step as a base to help detect tuning potential opportunities.
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.
This capability segments the input data, sorts the segments, stores them on tape, and merges them all in a single job step.
1 allows tasks to be automated through enhanced, rules-based "jobs" that are smart enough to check for certain conditions -- like data file availability, or success of a previous job step -- and to wait or try again if something isn't ready.