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MOTCLE ABBREVIATION DESCRIPTION
JES See Job Entry Subsystem
JES job entry subsystem
JES See JESx.
JES2 An MVS subsystem that receives jobs into the system, converts them to internal format, selects them for execution, processes their output, and purges them from the system. In an installation with more than one processor, each JES2 processor independently controls its job input, scheduling, and output processing. See also Job Entry Subsystem, JES3
JES2 A z/OS subsystem that receives jobs into the system, converts them to internal format, selects them for execution, processes their output, and purges them from the system. In an installation with more than one processor, each JES2 processor independently controls its job input, scheduling, and output processing. Contrast with JES3
JES2 Job Entry Subsystem 2. One of two batch processing subsystems available for z/OS, both developed in the 1960s, and each with a different heritage, and different control statements (JECL). JES2 was originally HASP. Each reads batch jobs in, schedules their execution and spools their output. JES2 is, by far, the most popular, but JES3 is used in a much smaller number of very large organizations. An element of z/OS.
JES3 An MVS subsystem that receives jobs into the system, converts them to internal format, selects them for execution, processes their output, and purges them from the system. In complexes that have several loosely coupled processing units, the JES3 program manages processors so that the global processor exercises centralized control over the local processors and distributes jobs to them using a common job queue. See also Job Entry Subsystem, JES2
JES3 A z/OS subsystem that receives jobs into the system, converts them to internal format, selects them for execution, processes their output, and purges them from the system. In complexes that have several loosely-coupled processing units, the JES3 program manages processors so that the global processor exercises centralized control over the local processors and distributes jobs to them through a common job queue. Contrast with JES2
JES3 Job Entry Subsystem 3. One of two batch processing subsystems available for z/OS, both developed in the 1960s, and each with a different heritage, and different control statements (JECL). Each reads batch jobs in, schedules their execution and spools their output. JES2 is, by far, the most popular, but JES3 is used in a much smaller number of very large organizations. JES3 usage declined markedly during the 1990s as corporations merged their data centers as part of rationalizing an acquisition of another corporation. Although there were exceptions, JES2 tended to win if each data center used a different JESx. JES3 is an optional, separately priced feature of z/OS.
JESx JES2 and JES3. Used when referring to either or both JES2/JES3, in a context where both provide similar functionality, i.e., where it does not matter which one is available.
Job Entry Subsystem JES An IBM licensed program that receives jobs into the system and processes all output data that is produced by jobs. See also JES2, JES3
job entry subsystem JES A system facility for spooling, job queueing, and managing I/O
job entry subsystem JES composant d'accueil des travaux dans MVS (existant sous la forme JES2 - la plus r?pandue - ou JES3)
job entry subsystem JES A system facility for spooling, job queuing, and managing I/O on MVS. Examples are JES2 and JES3
Job Entry Subsystem JES Controls input and output to MVS. Jobs are read by JES, output is viewed or routed by JES
Job Entry System JES Job Entry System - is a subsystem of an MVS (OS/390 or z/OS) mainframe operating system that accepts jobs (units of work) into the system and processes all output data produced by the jobs. Each job is defined by a user and executed according to the rules (or configuration) established by the system administrators. This includes the priority given to the job and the allocation of resources needed to perform the job. JCL (or Job Control Language) is usually used to define and run batch jobs. For additional information refer to the JCL definition in this glossary>