• Subject: Re: Toolkit Remote command & multi-threading?
  • From: "Dave Wall" <dawall@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2000 12:04:40 -0600
  • Importance: Normal


My server friends tell me it is highly likely the qUSRwrk subsystem is not
started.  Since it is not started the server jobs run as a batch immediate
job in qSYSwrk.  Batch immediate jobs run with multithread(*yes).  When
qUSRwrk is started the server jobs will run as batch jobs in qUSRwrk which
pick up the multithread attribute from the jobd (*no in your case).

The real question is why do batch immediate jobs run as *yes even though
parent jobs and job descriptions say it should be *no.  We are pursuing
this with the work management folks.  It sounds like you are also going
through normal service channels to figure out what is going wrong.  If you
hear something different please post to the forum.

David Wall
AS/400 Toolbox for Java


David Gibbs <dgibbs@verticalsky.com>@midrange.com on 12/20/2000 11:33:40 AM

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Folks:

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
V4R4.

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?

Thanks!

david

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VerticalSky, Inc.
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Lombard, IL  60148

phone: (630) 495-2108 x5004
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