I guess that you might be having the 'failed to spawn child process
error'. It that is the case then you can this.
if you are using SBMJOB check your jobq for maximum allowable jobs
that it can run. Go to WRKSBS (your subsystem) then jobq then check
for number of jobs and increase it if it is 1 also you will have the
increase the same in the Subsystem level.

Rizwan

On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 13:03:04 +0200, peter.daransky@xxxxxxxx
<peter.daransky@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> i've a big problem with my iSeries and XML files. I wroted some programs
> where i'm using xml for storing and reading configurations stuffs. Ok, on
> my PC i've tested it and it work perfect! Now i've moved the thing on
> iSeries with V5R2, SF99169->18 and last cum pack and downloaded last
> xerces jar files (the same as on pc). And now i've started it and the
> thing don't work, cause if i start it from QSH i'll got some error deep in
> Xerces classes (ArrayOutOfBoundException) ?! Then i've tryed CRTJVAPGM on
> the xml*.jar files the thing does work, everything is ok. After then i've
> started it from SBMJOB CMD(java ... ) and the thing doesn't work as
> before, but what is worst i don't got any error the programms just don't
> read some xml entries ?! But when i go back on pc everything works perfect
> !
> What's happen ... please has someone see something similar ? What can i do
> ?
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Peter
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