MacKinney Systems, Inc.

Following is the primary Menu for JSF:

JSF Job and Syslog primary options

Option 1 (Job History) was selected, so the following Job Selection Panel is displayed:

JSF Job Selection Panel

As you can see above, you can select the desired jobs by Job name, exceptions (abend and completion codes), and/or Start and End Run Date and Time.  In the above example, job names starting with MAPJ that ended with a non-zero completion code (exceptions = ALL) and with a run date from 10-21 through 10-28 are selected.  The Sort fields were all allowed to default to N, so the list will be sorted alphabetically by job name and then by date and time (oldest to newest).  But you can have the list sorted in a variety of ways by using the four Sort fields above. 


The list of jobs that meet your selection criteria are then displayed, as in the following example:

JSF jobname browse

As you can see above, S was placed beside job MAPJ008 to select it for viewing.  The other selection codes available are C-Copy to a dataset, D-Delete, P-Print back to JES2, and U-display the condition codes of all of the job's steps. 


Following is a sample of the first few lines of a job in JSF browse after it has been selected with an S:

JSF job log

You are in JSF's ISPF browse at this point, so ISPF browse commands (Find, Find All, Repeat Find, HEX, HEX OFF, etc.) are available.  Use PF7 and PF8 to page forward and backward through the job's output, and/or the Find command to locate the desired spot.  The user above has entered 'F 0C7 ALL' on the command line to find all occurrences of 0C7.  JSF can display the job with its carriage control (blank lines and page breaks) applied or not, depending on whether you selected the job for viewing with an S or an N.