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Table Tool Examples - 2020 

Jun 27, 2020 08:00 PM

Updated in 2020 June to include an example Endevor processor that runs both JCLCheck and Table Tool. Together they collect a robust set of relationships for a JCL element, including its relationships to PROCs, called programs and dataset names

Updated September 2020:
-  an example showing a possible processor step to support Xpediter (for example) or other testing tools.      
-  an example Package Monitoring report, (PKGEMNTR), which includes some shipment details 

Updated November 2020:
- Providing an example report for Elements Backed-out

Updated December 2020:
- Table Tool video.  A simple introduction to the Table Tool.

- an example for Reporting Processor usage (Example8) 

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WALJO11.JCL.CSV(PKGEMNTR).txt   7 KB   1 version
Uploaded - Sep 25, 2020
Example Package Monitoring report, (PKGEMNTR), which includes some shipment details
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XPEDITER check.txt   760 B   1 version
Uploaded - Sep 19, 2020
Assume that a developer names the Xpediter DDIO file (or PROTSYM or other testing tool file name) as additional JCL for an Endevor job. Then, a processor step like this one can detect the additional JCL and adjust its processing to accommodate the selected testing tool. The step calls the IBM utility, BPXWDYN, which provides the details.
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WALJO11.JCL.CSV(EXAMPL2A).txt   3 KB   1 version
Uploaded - Sep 14, 2020
Report Element delta changes within a date span
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WALJO11.JCL.CSV(EXAMPL2B).txt   3 KB   1 version
Uploaded - Sep 14, 2020
Report Element Moves actions within a date span
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Report Elements Backedout.txt   2 KB   1 version
Uploaded - Nov 06, 2020
Sample JCL for reporting elements that are Backed-out
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WALJO11.JCL(EXAMPLE8).txt   9 KB   1 version
Uploaded - Dec 22, 2020
Reporting Endevor processor usage
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Table Tool Examples 2022 August.docx   652 KB   1 version
Uploaded - Aug 21, 2022
Various examples for using Table Tool

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