This article describes how to set up a simple environment for running Java batch reports or utilities, including JCL PROCs similar to the compile and go PROCs that come with other languages.
This article examines how Java can be a powerful productivity tool for a Systems Programmer, using the task of synchronizing Master Catalogs as an example.
These samples demonstrate how to use some of the key features of EasySMF:JE. They have been kept simple to better illustrate particular functions, so they don’t necessarily conform to Java best practices e.g. encapsulation. However, they hopefully provide a base on which you can create your own more complex reporting.
This sample program reads all the SMF records from a file or dataset, and for each record type and subtype lists the number of records, total bytes and percentage of the total.
This second sample illustrates the use of java.time functions to report based on time and the day of the week. It reports the top 10 CPU consuming jobs by jobname between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm for each weekday.
This sample illustrates the use of functions provided in the type 72 classes to calculate the WLM performance index.