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Identifies the beginning of a batch job submitted through a card reader. Each batch job submitted through the system card reader must be preceded by a JOB card. JOB cannot be abbreviated. Format $ JOB user-name 2 Parameter user-name Identifies the user name under which the job is to be run. Specify the user name as you would during the login procedure. 2 Qualifiers /AFTER /AFTER=time Holds the job until the specified time. If the specified time has already passed, the job is queued for immediate processing. The time can be specified as either absolute time or a combination of absolute and delta times. For complete information on specifying time values, see the OpenVMS User's Manual or the topic SPECIFY Date_Time in online help. /CHARACTERISTICS /CHARACTERISTICS=(characteristic[,...]) Specifies one or more characteristics required for processing the job. If you specify only one characteristic, you can omit the parentheses. Codes for characteristics are installation- defined. Use the SHOW QUEUE/CHARACTERISTICS command to see which characteristics are available on your system. All the characteristics specified for the job must also be specified for the queue that will execute the job. If not, the job remains pending in the queue until the queue characteristics are changed or the entry is deleted with the DELETE/ENTRY command. Users need not specify every characteristic of a queue with the JOB command as long as the ones they specify are a subset of the characteristics set for that queue. The job also runs if no characteristics are specified. /CLI /CLI=filename Specifies a different command language interpreter (CLI) with which to process the job. The filename parameter specifies that the CLI be SYS$SYSTEM:filename.EXE. The default CLI is that defined in the user authorization file (UAF). /CPUTIME /CPUTIME=n Specifies a CPU time limit for the batch job. Time can be specified as delta time, 0, NONE, or INFINITE. (For information on specifying time values, see the OpenVMS User's Manual or the topic SPECIFY Date_Time in online help.) When you need less CPU time than authorized, use the /CPUTIME qualifier to override the base queue value established by the system manager or the value authorized in your UAF. Specify 0 or INFINITE to request an infinite amount of time. Specify NONE when you want the CPU time to default to your UAF value or the limit specified on the queue. Note that you cannot request more time than permitted by the base queue limits or your UAF. /DELETE /DELETE (default) /NODELETE Controls whether the batch input file is deleted after the job is processed. If you specify the /NODELETE qualifier, the file is saved in the user's default directory under the default name INPBATCH.COM. If you specify the /NAME qualifier, the file name of the batch input file is the same as the job name you supply with the /NAME qualifier. /HOLD /HOLD /NOHOLD (default) Controls whether or not the job is to be made available for immediate processing. If you specify the /HOLD qualifier, the job is not released for processing until you specifically release it with the /NOHOLD or the /RELEASE qualifier of the SET QUEUE/ENTRY command. /KEEP /KEEP /NOKEEP (default) Controls whether the log file is deleted after it is printed. The /NOKEEP qualifier is the default unless you specify the /NOPRINTER qualifier. /LOG_FILE /LOG_FILE=filespec /NOLOG_FILE Controls whether a log file with the specified name is created for the job or whether a log file is created. When you use the /LOG_FILE qualifier, the system writes the log file to the file you specify. If you use the /NOLOG_FILE qualifier, no log file is created. If you specify neither form of the qualifier, the log file is written to a file in your default directory that has the same file name as the first command file in the job and a file type of LOG. Using neither the /LOG_FILE nor the /NOLOG_FILE qualifier is the default. You can use the /LOG_FILE qualifier to specify that the log file be written to a different device. Logical names that occur in the file specification are translated at the time the job is submitted. The process executing the batch job must have access to the device on which the log file will reside. If you omit the /LOG_FILE qualifier and specify the /NAME qualifier, the log file is written to a file having the same file name as that specified by the /NAME qualifier and the file type LOG. /NAME /NAME=job-name Specifies a string to be used as the job name and as the file name for both the batch job log file and the command file. The job name must be 1 to 39 alphanumeric characters and must be a valid file name. The default log file name is INPBATCH.LOG; the default command file name is INPBATCH.COM. /NOTIFY /NOTIFY /NONOTIFY (default) Controls whether a message is broadcast to any terminal at which you are logged in, notifying you when your job completes or aborts. /PARAMETERS /PARAMETERS=(parameter[,...]) Specifies 1 to 8 optional parameters that can be passed to the command procedure. The parameters define values to be equated to the symbols P1 to P8 in the batch job. The symbols are local to the specified command procedure. If you specify only one parameter, you can omit the parentheses. The commas (,) delimit individual parameters. If the parameter contains any spaces, special characters or delimiters, or lowercase characters, enclose it in quotation marks (" "). Individual parameters cannot exceed 255 characters. /PRINTER /PRINTER=queue-name /NOPRINTER Controls whether the job log file is queued to the specified queue for printing when the job is complete. The default print queue for the log file is SYS$PRINT. If you specify the /NOPRINTER qualifier, the /KEEP qualifier is assumed. /PRIORITY /PRIORITY=n Requires OPER (operator) or ALTPRI (alter priority) privilege to raise the priority above the value of the system parameter MAXQUEPRI. Specifies the job scheduling priority for the specified job. The value of n is an integer from 0 to 255, where 0 is the lowest priority and 255 is the highest. The default value for the /PRIORITY qualifier is the value of the system parameter DEFQUEPRI. No privilege is needed to set the priority lower than the MAXQUEPRI value. The /PRIORITY qualifier has no effect on the process priority. The queue establishes the process priority. /QUEUE /QUEUE=queue-name[:] Specifies the name of the batch queue in which the job is to be entered. If you do not specify the /QUEUE qualifier, the job is placed in the default system batch job queue, SYS$BATCH. /RESTART /RESTART /NORESTART (default) Specifies whether the job restarts after a system failure or a STOP/QUEUE/REQUEUE command. /TRAILING_BLANKS /TRAILING_BLANKS (default) /NOTRAILING_BLANKS Controls whether input cards in the card deck are read in card image form or input records are truncated at the last nonblank character. By default, the system does not remove trailing blanks from records read through the card reader. Use the /NOTRAILING_ BLANKS qualifier to request that input records be truncated. /WSDEFAULT /WSDEFAULT=n Defines a working set default for the batch job; the /WSDEFAULT qualifier overrides the working set size specified in the user authorization file (UAF). Specify the value of n as a number of 512-byte pagelets on Alpha or 512-byte pages on VAX. Note that OpenVMS rounds this value up to the nearest CPU-specific page so that actual amount of physical memory allowed may be larger than the specified amount on Alpha. For further information, see the OpenVMS System Manager's Manual. The value n can be any integer from 1 to 65,535, 0, or the keyword NONE. Use this qualifier to impose a value lower than the base queue value established by the system manager or lower than the value authorized in your UAF. A value of 0 or the keyword NONE sets the default value to the value specified either in your UAF or by the working set quota established for the queue. You cannot request a value higher than your default. /WSEXTENT /WSEXTENT=n Defines a working set extent for the batch job; the /WSEXTENT qualifier overrides the working set extent in the UAF. Specify the value of n as a number of 512-byte pagelets on Alpha or 512-byte pages on VAX. Note that OpenVMS rounds this value up to the nearest CPU-specific page so that actual amount of physical memory allowed may be larger than the specified amount on Alpha. For further information, see the OpenVMS System Manager's Manual. The value n can be any integer from 1 to 65,535, 0, or the keyword NONE. To impose a lower value, use this qualifier to override the base queue value established by the system manager rather than the value authorized in your UAF. A value of 0 or the keyword NONE sets the default value either to the value specified in the UAF or working set extent established for the queue. You cannot request a value higher than your default. /WSQUOTA /WSQUOTA=n Defines the maximum working set size (working set quota) for the batch job; the /WSQUOTA qualifier overrides the value in the UAF. Specify the value of n as a number of 512-byte pagelets on Alpha or 512-byte pages on VAX. Note that OpenVMS rounds this value up to the nearest CPU-specific page so that actual amount of physical memory allowed may be larger than the specified amount on Alpha. For further information, see the OpenVMS System Manager's Manual. The value n can be any integer from 1 to 65,535, 0, or the keyword NONE. Use this qualifier to impose a value lower than the base queue value established by the system manager or lower than the value authorized in your UAF. Specify 0 or NONE if you want the working set quota defaulted to either your UAF value or the working set quota specified on the queue. You cannot request a value higher than your default.

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