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Question
What is the difference between the JOBLIB and the STEPLIB
statements?
 Question Submitted By :: JCL
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Answer
# 1
The JOBLIB statement is placed after the JOB statement and
is effective for all job steps. It cannot be placed in
abcataloged procedure. The STEPLIB statement is placed after
the EXEC statement and is effective for that job step only.
Unlike the JOBLIB statement, the STEPLIB can be placed in a
cataloged procedure.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    32 Yes 2 No
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Answer
# 2
The above answer is right. Some more information to that:

If both the JOBLIB and STEPLIB statements are coded, then
the STEPLIB specification will override JOBLIB
specification.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    31 Yes 3 No
Subbu
 
 
 

 
 
 
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