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  • Author:
    Gary DeWard Brown
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    047153594X
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    978-0471535942
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    Wiley; 3rd edition (February 1991)
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    464 pages
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I was familar with a JCL book by Shelly & Cashman at the time

I was familar with a JCL book by Shelly & Cashman at the time. Mr Brown's book had much better example's and was written in a conversational style much easier to follow than the standard IBM JCL reference or the Shelley & Cashman book that I already owned. I also have had exposure to a JCL book by Doug Lowe which is a good student text but is weak as a professional's reference after school is complete. I am currently entering my 17th year in programming. I Consult currently at a fortune 500 company, and teach COBOL for a rehabilitation program in Minneapolis.

As the authoritative guide to JCL, this work has been revised and updated to reflect .

book by Gary DeWard Brown.

I was familar with a JCL book by Shelly & Cashman at the time

I was familar with a JCL book by Shelly & Cashman at the time.

Published February 14th 1991 by Wiley (first published January 1991).

As the authoritative guide to JCL, this work has been revised and updated to reflect the recent changes in this dynamic field. Published February 14th 1991 by Wiley (first published January 1991). 047153465X (ISBN13: 9780471534655).

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GARY DeWARD BROWN is a computer consultant and author of nine Wiley books. He was a cofounder and principal software author of Crwth Computer Courseware. Brown began his programming career with Douglas Aircraft, and then worked for the Rand Corporation

GARY DeWARD BROWN is a computer consultant and author of nine Wiley books. Brown began his programming career with Douglas Aircraft, and then worked for the Rand Corporation. Request permission to reuse content from this site. Introduction to JCL and z/OS. JCL within a Job. JCL Statement Formats and Rules.

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As the authoritative guide to JCL, this work has been revised and updated to reflect the recent changes in this dynamic field. Continuing the fine tradition of its predecessors, this book explains the MVS operating system and provides readers with the information they need to use it. Major changes have been incorporated, including: the changes caused by the introduction of MVS/ESA; a new chapter on SMS (System Management Subsystem) which is an optional system to manage disk data sets; a chapter on IBM's TSO/REXX which is now SAA's standard procedural language; expanded coverage of VSAM; and a description of CLISTS in the chapter on TSO. Additionally, more short examples have been added in keeping with the author's long-standing belief that short examples eliminate the need for long explanations.

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I first encountered Mr. Browns JCL book in it's 1st edition about 10 years ago. I was familar with a JCL book by Shelly & Cashman at the time. Mr Brown's book had much better example's and was written in a conversational style much easier to follow than the standard IBM JCL reference or the Shelley & Cashman book that I already owned. I also have had exposure to a JCL book by Doug Lowe which is a good student text but is weak as a professional's reference after school is complete. I am currently entering my 17th year in programming. I Consult currently at a fortune 500 company, and teach COBOL for a rehabilitation program in Minneapolis. I have just convinced the staff responsible for text selection to replace the Lowe book with Mr. Brown's for the Fall quarter. In my class I have students with various disabilities ranging from physical impairments to learning disabilities. The new larger format of the 3rd edition is appreciated by those with sight impairments, and the numerous examples are appreciated by the student I have with a learning disability. I have recommended the book to many collegues and when I managed a staff of 8 I issued a copy of the book to everyone on my team. Simply put, with the many examples, the style of prose and the excellent index I can not recommend a better book on JCL
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This excellent book is for novice through experienced programmers. It includes information on the more recent releases of MVS, including SMS and its impact to JCL. While the text is good reading, it is also useful as a reference book.