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This chapter shows how you create your installation calendar, create period definitions, and how these work together with run cycles to specify when work will run. Run cycles are described in detail in Creating Run Cycles, where you specify these as part of the application definition.

When you run work manually without Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS, you submit jobs according to a calendar. Some jobs run every day, some run every working day, some run on a fixed date each month, and so on. There are jobs that run at the end of each tax year, which varies from country to country. If Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS is to be able to automate this, you must specify when jobs are to run. To achieve this, Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS has three important objects:



Calendars & Eventsmr. StandringThe calendar specifies normal working days and public holidays. Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS uses the calendar to determine when applications are scheduled, and to calculate dates for JCL tailoring.

You can specify the calendar when you create an application. If no calendar is specified for the application, Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS uses the calendar in the CALENDAR keyword of the BATCHOPT initialization statement, for batch services such as extending the long-term plan, or the calendar specified under the Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS Options panel (0.2 from the Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS main menu), for online services such as testing a rule with GENDAYS. If no calendar is specified, a calendar with the name DEFAULT will be used. If the DEFAULT calendar does not exist, all days are considered work days. You may have several calendars, but always call your default calendar DEFAULT, and specify the same calendar name on BATCHOPT and in the panel.

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A calendar is created only if it contains at least one work day.

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Periods are either cyclic, such as a week or 28-day period, or noncyclic, such as an academic semester. Cyclic periods are defined by their origin date and their length, and noncyclic periods by the origin date of each interval. Noncyclic periods can optionally have an end date for each interval.
Run cycles
When you create an application, you specify when it should run using a run cycle, which has one of two forms:
  1. A rule with a format such as The SECOND TUESDAY of every MONTH, where the words in capitals are selected from lists of ordinal numbers, types of day, and common calendar intervals or period names, respectively.
  2. A combination of period and offset. For example, an offset of 1 in a weekly period specifies Monday. An offset of 10 in a monthly period specifies the tenth day of each month.

Run cycles generate either positive or negative occurrences in the long-term plan. A negative occurrence always cancels any matching positive occurrences. You can specify an negative occurrence only if the positive equivalent already exists. You use negative occurrences to identify the days when an application would normally be scheduled but is not required. For example, when you normally schedule the application every Friday but not if Friday is also the last day of the month.

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The run cycle type identifies whether positive or negative occurrences will be generated. You can specify many run cycles, positive and negative, when you create an application. You can mix run cycles that use offsets and run cycles that use rules in the same application.

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The long-term planning process uses the calendar information, the period definitions, and the run cycle, to determine the days on which an application should be scheduled. The daily planning process does not use the calendar and period definitions--Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS uses the input arrival date and time in the long-term plan when it extends the current plan to include a new application occurrence. This does not determine when the operations run, because this depends on other factors such as predecessor completion, resource availability, deadline time, and priority.

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