Hi James,

The 'Multithreaded applications' topic (under the 'Programming' topic) in
infocenter is a great place to start. Here is the URL for the 6.1 version
of the document:


This topic has sections which address most of your questions. One thing to
keep in mind is that the ILE environment (activation groups in particular)
adds some complexity to threaded programming. You can find information on
this in the 'Threads on i5/OS' subtopic.

The 'Multithreaded applications' topic has a section which talks about
thread support in various programming languages, but you will also want to
take a look at the documentation for the individual compilers in infocenter
for more detailed information.

Good luck!

Aaron Albertson

c400-l-bounces+albertaa=us.ibm.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 03/03/2010
11:32:56 AM:

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Re: [C400-L] Anybody know anything about threads and multi-thread jobs?

James H. H. Lampert


C programming iSeries/AS400

03/03/2010 11:33 AM

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Bruce Vining wrote:
Yes, I'm familiar with threads and multi-threaded jobs :)

Any recommendations on where to start relieving my own ignorance (and
please, no sarcastic links to "lmgtfy.com")?

How difficult are they to deal with? What languages support threads? At
what OS level do they become possible/practical?

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