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Submitting a Job

Submit a job using put and a file transfer advice string (/ftadv:filetype=JES,C=ISO8859-1,D=IBM-1047/) to set file type to JES and specify code set conversion. In this example the code set is ISO8859-1 during the transfer and the server should store the data set with the IBM-1047 code set:

put /home/user1/src/jcl/br14.jcl /ftadv:filetype=JES,C=ISO8859-1,D=IBM-1047/

Or, alternatively:

cd /ftadv:filetype=JES/ 1
put /home/user1/src/jcl/br14.jcl ./ftadv:C=ISO8859-1,D=IBM-1047/ 2
03.05.03 JOB03361  $HASP100 USERJ0   ON INTRDR   FROM STC03352 USER13
03.05.04 JOB03361  IRR010I  USERID USER1    IS ASSIGNED TO THIS JOB.
Couldn't close file: End of file 3
1

Set file type to JES.

2

Submit the job using put; use an advice string to specify code set conversion.

3

All SFTP clients are not able to retrieve the job ID. If you want to see it, please use Tectia sftpg3.

Retrieving the Spool Output of a Job

Retrieve the spool output of a job with the ID JOB03361 using get and a file transfer advice string to specify file type and code set conversion:

get /ftadv:filetype=JES,C=ISO8859-1,D=IBM-1047/JOB03361

As an alternative you can first cd to JES and then run get:

cd /ftadv:filetype=JES/
get ./ftadv:C=ISO8859-1,D=IBM-1047/JOB03361

Deleting Jobs

Example 1. To delete a job (JOB01234), run rm and use an advice string to set file type to JES:

rm /ftadv:filetype=jes/JOB01234

Example 2. To delete all jobs with IDs that begin with JOB012, enter the following command (the wildcard * is escaped with a backslash (\) in order to leave file name globbing to the server):

rm /ftadv:filetype=jes/JOB012\*

When you issue the rm command on a job, all spool output related to the job is deleted.

Listing Jobs

Example 1. To list jobs in the long name format, enter:

ls -l /ftadv:filetype=JES,C=ISO8859-1,D=IBM-1047/

Or, alternatively:

cd /ftadv:filetype=JES,C=ISO8859-1,D=IBM-1047/
ls
ls -l

Example 2. To list the spool output of a specific job (JOB03361), enter:

ls -l /ftadv:filetype=JES,C=ISO8859-1,D=IBM-1047/JOB03361/

Or, alternatively:

cd /ftadv:filetype=JES,C=ISO8859-1,D=IBM-1047/JOB03361/
ls -l

You should see this type of output:

JOB03361 USER1    USER1D   A        J      0000
0002          JES2     JESMSGLG    19       1100 UA       133
0003          JES2     JESJCL       8        390 V        136
0004          JES2     JESYSMSG    15        817 VA       137
0102          S1       SYSPRINT     5        416 VBA      137



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