How to suppress the CA JCLCheck reports when using EDCHEK (!JCK or %EJCK)?

Document ID : KB000024474
Last Modified Date : 01/03/2019
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Question:

Why do the CA JCLCheck reports display when the CA JCLCheck Workload Automation !JCK or EJCK command is used?

 


 

 

Environment:
CA JCLCheck Workload Automation release 12.0 
Operating system: z/OS 
Answer:
The runtime option "LIST" causes the CA JCLCheck WA execution reports to display on the terminal. To suppress the reports, use option "NOLIST". This option can be added using one of the following methods:

1. Add "NOLIST" to the EDCHKDD DD data set that is allocated to your TSO session.  To locate this data set, execute command "TSO ISRDDN" from the command line, and edit the data set that is allocated to the EDCHKDD DD statement. If a LIST option is found, replace it with NOLIST.   Below is a sample.

********************************* Top of Data *******************************
EDCHEK TSOE NOLIST AU
******************************** Bottom of Data *****************************


2. Execute command "%EJCK NOLIST". Use this option if you do not want to modify the EDCHKDD data set.