2, Task 4: Set Up Your Production Job
Action 1: Create the production job(s)
Reserve the original in case you want to use the test PDB for other testing.
Follow these steps below to convert the copy to be your production job(s).
If you get an out-of-memory error, set your REGION= parameter to 48M (so that SAS software can get more virtual storage above the 16MB line).
The BACKUP job step in the CMJCLLD member of your CPMISC PDS is an example.
//BACKUP EXEC PGM=ADRDSSU #1 //TAPE DD DSN=your.itsv.pdb,DISP=(OLD,KEEP), #2 // UNIT=cart,RETPD=30 //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=A //SYSIN DD * DUMP DATASET(INCLUDE(your.itsv.pdb.*)) OUTDD(TAPE) - #3 SHARE COMPRESS //*
On the %CPSTART macro invocation, change the PDB= parameter to specify the production PDB instead of the test PDB.
You can use any editor to do this. In Section 2 Task 3, you wrote the report definitions in the form of batch mode to a dataset. Copy the report definitions to any point after the invocation of the %CPREDUCE macro in the job that is being converted to the production job.