TASK Statement

The TASK statement is used to define a task and its characteristics, including the code used to invoke the task, and to associate the task with a DC/UCF system. The task definition names the first program to be invoked by the task. Subsequent programs are invoked according to program instructions (for example, LINK) and are not specified in the task definition. The TASK statement optionally specifies an upper limit for system resources owned by a task.
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The TASK statement is used to define a task and its characteristics, including the code used to invoke the task, and to associate the task with a DC/UCF system. The task definition names the first program to be invoked by the task. Subsequent programs are invoked according to program instructions (for example, LINK) and are not specified in the task definition. The TASK statement optionally specifies an upper limit for system resources owned by a task.
Users can override certain TASK parameters at runtime by using the DCMT VARY TASK command. The allowable overrides are noted in the syntax rules for the applicable parameters.