These are two of the prestart jobs that were moved
from QUSRWRK to QSYSWRK (in V4R5, I believe).  If you
must have them start in QUSRWRK, you can always do an
ADDPJE to add to a subsystem and an RMVPJE to remove
from a subsystem.  To see the current values (that you
would want while entering the ADDPJE command), do a
DSPSBSD QSYSWRK, select option 10 (Prestart job
entries), and enter a 5 in front of the specific job.
   I don't think that would cause a problem but I am
not going to test it on my 400, thank you very much.
I do know that we have some PJ's running on the
'wrong' subsystem because we are using a clone of the
shipped IBM subsystem and did not update it when we
went to V4R5.
   Depending on what you need, another option might be
to use the QUSLJOB API to determine in which subsystem
these jobs are running.
Hope this helps,
Don Whittaker

--- Robert Upshall <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I was wondering if it was possible to specify what
> subsystem the following
> jobs run in:
>     QZSCSRVS     QUSER       PJ       .0
>       TIMW
>     QZSOSIGN     QUSER       PJ       .0
>       TIMW
> The QZSOSIGN job starts when a users signs in with
> job seems to start whenever a java app that connects
> with JTOpen uses the
> ProgramCall class.
> Most of the time these jobs start in subsystem
> QUSRWRK, but we have
> installed our software on another machine recently
> and the jobs now start on
> subsystem QSYSWRK.  We would rather always starting
> in QUSRWRK or in a
> subsystem that we specify.
> I hope this makes sense and that somebody can answer
> me.
> Robert
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