• Subject: Toolkit Remote command & multi-threading?
  • From: David Gibbs <dgibbs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 11:33:40 -0600


I've got a strange situation with a customer that's running a program that
uses Java Toolkit for AS400 (JT400).

Our program is running on a PC and is executing a CommandCall.  The command
call works fine, but at the end our job does a RCLRSC.  

The problem is: For some reason the CommandCall is executing in a job that
as the ALWMLTTHD option set to *YES and RCLRSC is not valid in a
multi-threaded environment.  This causes the job to abort (and other bad
things that I won't go into).

The job description QZBSJOBD is set to ALWMLTTHD(*NO), and we're not sure
how that is being changed.

The version of JT400 is quite old ... V3R2M1.2, the customers system is at

We've tested the program on V4R5 without a problem.

Any ideas as to why the CommandCall would be run in a multi-threaded job?




David Gibbs
Sr. Software Engineer
VerticalSky, Inc.
2500 S. Highland Ave., Suite 200
Lombard, IL  60148

phone: (630) 495-2108 x5004

Opinions expressed are strictly my own and do 
not necessarily reflect those of my employer.

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