Yes, CA Dispatch provides a version of all three of these daily maintenance jobs that can be run with the Dispatch started task active. Replacement jobs are:
Replace job DSEXVIEW with job DSEXPSVW
Replace job DSEXTMIG with job DSEXPSAR
Replace job DSEXPURG with job DSEXPSST
If you choose to run the batch maintenance with CA Dispatch up, any change made to the database is journaled. This requires frequent journal offloading. This procedure may be four times slower than running with CA Dispatch down, but if the job fails, CA Dispatch can recover from its journals. There is no longer any restriction to active tasks that may run concurrently with these jobs.
* However, be aware that any time you run batch jobs against the Dispatch started task while it is active and while there are users logged on, the possibility exists that potential contention problems may occur. Typically, IDMS is able to handle and address contention conflicts but there are rare occasions where the maintenance jobs or the Dispatch started task itself may issue error messages as a result of a contention problem.