We are also on BPCS 6.1.01 and run the ECM jobs ECMECC and ECMEDM in
subsystem ORDERPOST.
Before the save we just cancel this subsystem. We can do this because we
don't have active users at that specific time in the night.
After the save the backup program starts the subsystem ORDERPOST.

I have extended the sussystem description with an autostartjob :
**                       Display Autostart Job Entries
**  Subsystem description:   ORDERPOST      Status:   ACTIVE
** Job/Job Description/Library

The Job description has a Request data entry : CALL PGM(*LIBL/STRECM)
This are the CL Statements :

/*  Program       : STRECMC                                          */
/*  Description   : Start ECM Jobs                                   */
/*  Creation Date : 12-03-1999                                       */
/*  Programmer    : P.Heeren                                         */
/*  Description   : Add BPCS program for initiazing *LDA for         */
/*                  BPCS security when using a permanent key         */
/*-----------                                                        */
/* Create BPCS security entry in *LDA.                               */
/*-----------                                                        */
             CALL       PGM(*LIBL/SYS664) PARM('SYS664')
/*-----------                                                        */
/* File TEIB may contain an illegal status because of possible       */
/* forced end in previous automatic submitted run.                   */
/* File TEIB#RESET contains the correct status.                      */
/*-----------                                                        */
             CPYF       FROMFILE(*LIBL/TEIB#RESET) +
                          TOFILE(*LIBL/TEIB) MBROPT(*REPLACE)
/*-----------                                                        */
/* Start ECM - Collection Control Manager                            */
/* via job queue ORDERPOST                                           */
/*-----------                                                        */
             CALL       PGM(ECM905C) PARM('ORDERPOST' ' ' '1' '')
/*-----------                                                        */
/* Start ECM - Dispatch Manager                                      */
/* via job queue ORDERPOST (dlyjob because of locking)               */
/*-----------                                                        */
             DLYJOB     DLY(10)
             CALL       PGM(ECM905C) PARM('ORDERPOST' ' ' '' '1')

Remark: Copy file TEIB to TEIB#RESET when the ECM jobs are stopped via the
regular way. TEIB hold the correct status. This status is chekec when the
program is started via ECM905C!.

I hope this helps

Kind regards,

Peter Heeren
Thetford BV

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                                                  Subject:     ECM scheduled 
start and stop in our Back-up

                    10-09-2002 22:44
                    Please respond to


does anyone use some programms to stop and start ECM for the back up,

we are about to develop it, but maybe it is already done (version 6101)



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