MVS and JES2 Commands. MVS Commands Cheat Sheet. R n,,NOREQ: Normal JES2 startup reply; K E,D: Erase bottom display area an console; K A,NONE. a “quick reference” to JES2 commands. Who This Book Is For. This book is intended for use by a system console operator who controls JES2 on a. Jobs 6 – 15 OS/VS2JCL. Operator’s Library: OSjVS2 MVS System Commands. Operator’s Library: OSjVS2 MVS JES2 Command. Language Reference Summary.

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Please read the Disclaimer page for the restrictions, copyright, and other uses of the information contained on this site. After the slash, the output groups destination must match the devices route code, but if you specify multiple route codes, JES does not prioritize them.

When the small jobs complete, the operator can resume printing the large job. Backspaces punch 1 five cards.

Cancels the alternate option. Sending commands to the host. Cancels the job on reader 1. Operators can route the print or punch output of a job under their jurisdiction to another remote or to the host computer.

Where coommand identifies the device. If the operator specifies a job, the software flags it for purging. Where type is the type of output to route, nnnn is the number referencf the job to route, and yy is the destination of the routed output.

Causes the job currently printing on dev to single space after each print line to the end of the data set and ignore carriage control information supplied by the program. Routes all jobs originally routed to remote 1 to remote 4, including jobs awaiting execution. Sends a message to the remote specified by x. Tells the system whether to print or punch separator banner and trailer pages or lines at the beginning and end of each job.


Remote terminals rely on modems and telephone lines to communicate with the host computer. Where nnnn is a single job number to release that job or a range of job numbers to release a series of jobs from hold.

After the slash, matching is preferred but not necessary. If you specify multiple process modes, JES considers them to be in priority order. Operators can use this command to prevent a job from skipping lines between data lines because of a programming error. Displays the status of devices at remote 4.

JES2 commands for RJE

PR n to cancel printer n. If a job is awaiting print, punch, or execution, it remains in that state until it is released. The first operand identifies the device. Sets printer 2 to the standard form and print classes A and C.

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Forward spaces the output five pages on printer 1. This topic provides a quick reference to the most-used JES2 remote commands. If the operator at remote Ry types this command: Allows jobs routed to remote Rx to print at either Rx or Rywhichever is available first.

PPU displays only jobs waiting for the printer or punch. Restart Jobs Failed Sys. If the job is active, the job finishes its current activity and then re-queues.


Displays the forms queue for the remote. The table above was restructured from Tommy Sprinkle’s Web site to group the comman by the first character of the command.

MVS and JES2 Command Cheat Sheet

For example, RD1 is reader 1 and PR2 is printer 2. R nnnn to route the output to another remote specified by nnnn.

Because many remote terminals Terminals that are located at sites removed from the computers to which they are attached. For the operand R yysubstitute one of these values: Displays the number of jobs waiting to print or punch. The operator can commannd this command by typing the following command:.

Then the device completes its current activity and drains. Forward spaces the output to the end of the data set on printer 2. If you specify multiple route codes, JES considers them to be in priority order and prefers a match with the first route code.

It does not terminate the activity in progress. The default class is A for printers and B for punches.

Releases the output of job from hold. If you detect any errors or have any suggestions for updates or corrections please drop me a note at: LOCAL to route the output to the host computer. If the job is active, it completes its current activity and then the software purges it.