How to set maxcc=0???

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Anonymous
How to set maxcc=0???

 

Hi Everyone,
 
You might be already well versed in setting the maxcc of a program but please help me out!!!
 
Below mentioned is my requirement:-
 
The program is trying to FTP a file to destination server. It has four steps.
Step01:- Validates the FTP account
step02,03,04:- FTP's the same file to the destination server subsequently in case if previous step fails.
 
step020 exec pgm=ftpprog,
say if step020.RC > 0 then it executes 
step030 exec pgm=ftpprog,
say if step030.RC > 0 then it executes
step040 exec pgm=ftpprog
 
"; ; ; ;
My requirement here is to set the Maxcc=0 if the FTP is successful in either of the three steps.
 
I have already tried the below piece of code:-
 
if ( step020.RC =0 | step030.RC =0 | step040.RC=0) then
step050 exec pgm=idcams
sysin dd *
set maxcc=0
 
Its just setting the RC of step050. 
please help me out in setting the MAXCC = 0 for the program. It would be grateful!!!!!!!
Anonymous
Setting MAXCC=0 in JCL

 

Just after job card name ....

 

//STEP50   EXEC PGM=IDCAMS

//SYSOUT   DD SYSOUT=*     

//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*     

//SYSIN    DD *            

  SET  MAXCC = 0

/*

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Joined: 12/26/2011 - 06:34
maxcc question

Someone continues to reply to questions that have been happily dormant for a very long time . . .

It sounds like there is confusion between RC and MAXCC. They are NOT the same.

Why would someone want to run a step that did nothing except force MAXCC=0?

The original question does not explain clearly enough. If whoever asked the question is still watching, maybe they will clarify.

Anonymous
sounds like a bit of a

sounds like a bit of a strange requirement to me. SET MAXCC is an IDCAMS command, in no way does it control the whole job.

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