You can direct the ORD701 job into whatever subsystem you want. For
example, I usually create a separate subsystem, only for ORD701 job,
because they are many of them.

I create the subsystem, and all stuff required to it, then, in the BPCS
TCP/IP library there is a job description, called ORDERPOST. I change that
one to run in the right subsystem. I have somewhere more details, but I
don't have it with me. Let me know, if you don't succeed based on this. The
same way you can re-direct the processor consuming CEA500 jobs to an other
subsystem. You need to change CEA job description, which you find in the
BPCS database library, and his name is QCPRJOBD.


                    <bpcsusergroup0@x        To:     bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx        
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                    Sent by:                 Subject:     Customer Order Entry 
(ORD701B submited in Qinter instead of  
                    bpcs-l-bounces@xx        Qbacth) ?                          
                    2003.05.05 15:27                                            
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                    "SSA's BPCS ERP                                             

we are using
BPCS V6.1, Mixed Mode , AS400

After completing the order entry , when user press F6
to accept, a batch job (Ord701B) is submitted.

Though this job is a batch job but submitted in QINTER
Subsystem, How can I direct this job to submit in
QBATCH subsystem ???

Thanks for your support

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