When making a backup of ROBOTLIB (daily backups, for instance), the product must be inactive. You can accomplish this with a CL program running from a Robot Schedule job.

The following CL example saves only ROBOTLIB, but could be modified to save *ALLUSR, *NONSYS, or a list of libraries.


  • A batch subsystem must be active for this example job to run.

  • Robot Schedule 9 users only: If you use the Audit Log feature, you must deactivate it to achieve a successful backup.

  1. Create the following CL Program:

  2. Create a program-type Robot Schedule job that calls the CL Program. Name the job the same name as the CL Program.

  3. Schedule this job to run with your daily backups.


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