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Job Control Language
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What is JCL?
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Job control language (JCL) basics course by IBM
30 minute courses on z/OS
The easiest way to learn JCL is to use some that's already
been written, which is why we started the reusable JCL collection. If
you need to complete tasks that are not yet represented in the reusable
collection, you can borrow someone else's JCL and modify it to suit
your task. Before you start modifying or coding your own JCL, use this
course to learn about general syntax rules and the three major JCL
Basic JCL concepts
Job control language (JCL) is a set of statements that you
code to tell the z/OS® operating system about the work you want it to
perform. Although this set of statements is quite large, most jobs can
be run using a very small subset. Learn about essential and most
frequently used JCL statements and parameters, as well as coding