/*NETACCT statement - IBM-JCL

Purpose

Use the /*NETACCT statement to specify an account number that is available to all the nodes in a network. JES2 uses the account number as is or translates it to local account numbers.

1.Syntax

/*NETACCT network-account-number

The /*NETACCT statement consists of the characters /* in columns 1 and 2, NETACCT in columns 3 through 9, a blank in column 10, and the network account number starting in any column from 11 through 71. JES2 ignores columns 72 through 80.

2.Parameter Definition

network-account-number
Specifies the job’s accounting number. The network-account-number is 1 through 8 alphanumeric characters.

3.Defaults
If no /*NETACCT statement is specified, JES2 uses the local account number to search a table for the network account number.

4.Overrides
If you supply both a /*NETACCT and a local account number, JES2 uses the local account number on the input node.

5.Location in the JCL
Place the /*NETACCT statement after the JOB statement. If a job contains more than one /*NETACCT statement, JES2 uses the network account number from the last statement. JES2 ignores the /*NETACCT statement on any node other than the input node.

6.Example of the /*NETACCT Statement

/*NETACCT NETNUM10

JES2 transmits the network account number, NETNUM10, with the job to the destination node.


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