How to have CA Deliver Pre-Spool and Post-Spool Process Reports

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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First, a note on the definition of an UNDEF report in CA Deliver:

·      If you want to be able to process reports either from jobs that have no Jobname match defined in the CA Deliver   database, or if there is a Jobname match but DD information does not match, then you need to define a report   named  UNDEF in the CA Deliver database.

 

·      With RMOPARM NETUNDEF=YES|NO:

o   With NETUNDEF=YES (the default), if there is a report defined as UNDEF in the CA Deliver database, UNDEF reports will be created.

o   With NETUNDEF=NO, UNDEF reports (even if defined) will not be created.

 

·      Each report named UNDEF in the corresponding CA View database(s) allows an errant report to be reviewed, in order to determine what job produced the report, and as to what was wrong that the report was considered as UNDEF.

 

In CA Deliver, to pre-spool reports, the following combination of RMOPARMS are used in report monitoring:


          JOBCLSL=x[...x]
          SYSCLSL=[x...x]


·        For JOBCLSL, for which a value needs to be specified, there are 1-38 job execution classes possible (A-Z, 0-9, @, #),  for which report processing is limited.

    Note:  It is important that you leave at least one job execution class available, in order to be 
able to run jobs against  CA Deliver if needed.

 

·        For SYSCLSL, which has a default of all sysout classes, there are 1-36 sysout classes possible (A-Z, 0-9), to limit report processing.


To post-spool reports, using network input, the following combination of RMOPARMS are used in report monitoring:


NETCLSL=[cccccccc/nnnnnnnn]

  • For NETCLSL, which has no default, specifies a list of 1–8 sysout classes to be used to select sysout data sets for processing from the JES spool.  Follow the selection classes with a list of 1-8 new sysout classes, which correspond positionally to the selection classes.  The new sysout classes (nnnnnnnn) are always used.

NETDEST=[dest/new_dest]

·        For NETDEST, which also has no default, specifies a destination that will be used to select sysout

              data sets for processing from the JES spool.  The NETDEST parameter lists the destination

              followed by the new destination which is used for the sysout.

                            If NETUNDEF=YES, a report is created if there is no match found in the CA Deliver job

                            definition records and placed into the CA View database with the name of UNDEF.
      
                            If NETUNDEF=NO, no report is created. However, if NETREQUE=YES, JES datasets are

                            requeued to the new network input destination (new_dest), retaining the original job

                            information.


NETFORM=[form/new_form]

 

·        For NETFORM, which also has no default, specifies a form that will be used to select sysout data sets for processing from the JES spool. The NETFORM parameter lists the form followed by the new form which is used for the sysout.

          If NETUNDEF=YES, a report is created and placed into the CA View database with the name

                        of UNDEF.
  
                        If NETUNDEF=NO, no report is created. However, if NETREQUE=YES, JES datasets are                 

                        requeued to the new network input form (new_form), retaining the original job

                        information.