The Question is:
I have a request to use the system service sys$sndjbc to submit files into
spawned processes within COBOL programs. The current "standard" is to CALL
"LIB$SPAWN" USING BY DISCRIPTOR PAN_TEST. The "new" command would be CALL
"SYS$SNDJBC" USING ? and ther
e's the problem.
How do I use the SNDJBC command to accomplish what the LIB$SPAWN does.
The primary issue at stake is to increase the performance of the various alpha
boxes that use this code.
The Answer is :
Please visit the AskQ website referenced in the OpenVMS FAQ, and search
for "COBOL Using $SNDJBCW" or similar. You should be able to locate
existing support database articles including:
Example-COBOL Using $SNDJBCW To Enter A File In A Print Queue
Example-COBOL Using $SNDJBCW To Start And Stop A Batch Queue
Example-COBOL Using $SNDJBCW To Submit A Batch Job With Parameters
Example-COBOL Using SYS$SNDJBCW To Alter A Print Queue
Example-COBOL Putting >1 Wildcard Files Into Single Print Job