Specify how job instance numbers are allocated

$job_numbering level

This command may be used in the system job properties file SYSTEM.UJP or in an owner job properties file OWNER.UJP. It specifies how newly created job instances are numbered.

Only the keyword 'system' is currently allowed.

The parameter on this command in the system job properties file is used as follows:

level the level at which job instance sequence numbers are allocated, as follows:
ownerchoice the sequence method is determined by this parameter in the applicable OWNER.UJP file.
system job instances are numbered using a unique sequence for the whole system, and any $job_numbering specified in an OWNER.UJP file is ignored.
owner job instances are numbered using a separate sequence for each owner, and any $job_numbering specified in an OWNER.UJP file is ignored.
jobtype job instances are numbered using a separate sequence for each job type, and any $job_numbering specified in an OWNER.UJP file is ignored.

The parameter on this command in an owner job properties file is used as follows:

level the level at which job instance sequence numbers are allocated, as follows:
owner job instances are numbered using a single sequence for this owner
jobtype job instances are numbered using a separate sequence for each job type.

Default: system

Example:

$job_numbering system