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RE: Start up exit points



fixed

Rob:

V7R1M0 See:
QIBM_QWC_PRERESTRICT PRER0100
QIBM_QWC_PWRDWNSYS PWRD0100
QIBM_QWC_PWRDWNSYS PWRD0200

I think the first one is what you want, but it does not react to ENDSBS. I
don't see anything for startup. Maybe put your own prestart job entry in
the controlling subsystem? Front end the startup program with your own?

BTW: I have not seen IBM change the startup program in many years. Frankly
I don't see a need for them to mess with it.


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Jim Oberholtzer
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects


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Subject: Start up exit points

I am a wee bit reluctant to modify the start up programs. IBM does
occasionally change those. Sometimes quite drastically. I don't want to
get into a debate on the pros/cons of doing so. Nor be told to just "man
up" and do it. Nor do I want to get into a discussion over my definition of
"drastic".

What I really want to know is, are there any exit points for system start
up? Like before leaving restricted state, and after leaving restricted
state?


Rob Berendt
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