For scheduling standard jobs, first specify a recipient for
spool requests generated by your job on the screen. The spool output is
automatically mailed to this user or distribution list. Next, choose the time
(Start time) at which you have to start the job. Save the start time and return
to the first screen. You can confirm the start specifications using the Check
function in the Start time option. Start time option allows you to repeat your
job automatically. Even if you specify immediate start, no job can be started
until it has been released. If the system asks for any additional information
you have to enter that information.
For different start time option for background jobs the
effects are different. For option Immediate, the effect is that the jobs starts
immediately as soon as you save the jobs definitions.
For the date/time the jobs does not start until the date and
time are specified.
If the option is "After job" then the jobs starts
when another job that you specified has been completed.
And if the option is "After event" then the job
starts when the selected events occur. You have to use possible values arrow to
choose from the available events.
For the option "At Operation Mode" the job starts
when the selected operation mode becomes active. You need to use the possible
values arrow to choose an operation mode. Lastly, if you choose "Start on
workday" as the Start time option, your job starts on a particular
workday. The system displays a screen where you can give your specification.
After saving the start time you can return to the job