Change System Controls - very cool.
We have a 32 hour window (14 to save, 14 to restore, and 4 to spare
(and it's a short drive between locations).

If we come up in hour 29, and are ready, I assume I can change that Ending
time to a minute after "now" and it will all start up again, just like any
other job schedule time change?

Rob - we do have original job scheduler on second partition (development)
but keep most on hold except when testing.


On Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 2:06 PM, Graap, Kenneth <Kenneth.Graap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

To keep the AJS from running, change system controls like this:

JS Advanced Job Scheduler for IBM i
System: S02
Select one of the following:

1. Work with jobs
2. Job history information
3. Job reports
4. Job controls
5. System controls <--- Use this option

10. Report distribution

JSSYSCTL System Controls
System: S02
Select one of the following:

1. Start monitor
2. End monitor
3. Change system controls <----- use this Option
4. Work with function authorities
5. Change job authority
6. Change notification command
7. Work with Operating System job schedule entries
8. Reset jobs
9. Start console monitor
10. Work with work flow authorities
11. Work with AJS job monitors

On the Change System controls Screen, enter a date and time that you DON'T
want AJS to be active:
Note: You will have to page down to see these options...

QUSRIJS Change System Controls S02

Type choices, press Enter.

Time period for schedule interrupt:
Start time and date:
Beginning time . . . . . . . . . . . . 07:00 Time, *NONE
Beginning date . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/19/15 Date, *NONE
End time and date:
Ending time . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13:26 Time, *NONE
Ending date . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/27/15 Date, *NONE

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