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Hello George,

Am 16.12.2021 um 23:00 schrieb georgelemen@xxxxxxxxxx:

The routing data (in Submit job and in communications jobs) is matched against subsystem Routing Data entries in the subsystem description. The first match allows the execution class found selects the program, execution class object and subsystem memory pool the job runs.

Yes, this is the "official" statement :-)

Some examples would help me greatly to grasp what "routing data" usually contains. Meanwhile I've analyzed some OS SBSDs and at least for batch entries it's either the *PGM name, or the ASJ entry name of the SBSD.

I found the following link to IBM's subsystem documentation that details subsystem management (including routing entries) at https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/i/7.1?topic=work-managing-subsystems

I've read that just some days before, and it didn't help to "flip the switch". ;-)

:wq! PoC

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