Funktionsbaustein JOB CLOSE

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Dieser Funktionsbaustein JOB_CLOSE

CALL FUNCTION 'JOB_CLOSE'
  EXPORTING
"   AT_OPMODE                         = ' '
"   AT_OPMODE_PERIODIC                = ' '
"   CALENDAR_ID                       = ' '
"   EVENT_ID                          = ' '
"   EVENT_PARAM                       = ' '
"   EVENT_PERIODIC                    = ' '
    JOBCOUNT                          =
    JOBNAME                           =
"   LASTSTRTDT                        = NO_DATE
"   LASTSTRTTM                        = NO_TIME
"   PRDDAYS                           = 0
"   PRDHOURS                          = 0
"   PRDMINS                           = 0
"   PRDMONTHS                         = 0
"   PRDWEEKS                          = 0
"   PREDJOB_CHECKSTAT                 = ' '
"   PRED_JOBCOUNT                     = ' '
"   PRED_JOBNAME                      = ' '
"   SDLSTRTDT                         = NO_DATE
"   SDLSTRTTM                         = NO_TIME
"   STARTDATE_RESTRICTION             = BTC_PROCESS_ALWAYS
"   STRTIMMED                         = ' '
"   TARGETSYSTEM                      = ' '
"   START_ON_WORKDAY_NOT_BEFORE       = SY-DATUM
"   START_ON_WORKDAY_NR               = 0
"   WORKDAY_COUNT_DIRECTION           = 0
"   RECIPIENT_OBJ                     =
"   TARGETSERVER                      = ' '
"   DONT_RELEASE                      = ' '
"   TARGETGROUP                       = ' '
"   DIRECT_START                      =
" IMPORTING
"   JOB_WAS_RELEASED                  =
" CHANGING
"   RET                               =
" EXCEPTIONS
"   CANT_START_IMMEDIATE              = 1
"   INVALID_STARTDATE                 = 2
"   JOBNAME_MISSING                   = 3
"   JOB_CLOSE_FAILED                  = 4
"   JOB_NOSTEPS                       = 5
"   JOB_NOTEX                         = 6
"   LOCK_FAILED                       = 7
"   INVALID_TARGET                    = 8
"   OTHERS                            = 9
          .
IF SY-SUBRC <> 0.
* Implement suitable error handling here
ENDIF.

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