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Controlling Job Types



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Hello,

I'm running v6.1 and have some questions on how to control what subsystem Batch and Interactive jobs are processed.
What I'm trying to accomplish is to control access to the system for all application type users by stopping their subsystem(QINTER).

We currently have QCTLSBSD set at QBASE which is the shipped default.
From what I have read all job types are run under this subsystem. This appears to be true for our current work load.
The application users profiles have Job Description of RMS61 with Library of QGPL.
Now if I changed QCTLSBSD to QCTL it will start the below subsystems...

QINTER ==== Interactive Started with QCTL
QBATCH ==== Batch Started with QCTL
QSPL ==== Spooling Started with either QBASE or QCTL
QCMN ==== Communication Started with QCTL
QSERVER === File Server Started with either QBASE or QCTL

So will my Interactive users now run under QINTER and the Batch jobs run under QBATCH without changes the Job Description?

Thanks,
Rogers
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