>James W. Kilgore wrote:
>>
>> Rodney D. Patao wrote:
>> >
>> > Is there anyway to get S/36 Batch jobs routed to a JobQ other than QBATCH?
>
>Couldn't you give the S36 job a new job description that directs it to
>put jobq items onto your jobq.  I think you can.
>--
>''''''''''''''''''''
>:-Tim & Dana Truax-:
>....................


I dunno... we had this problem and it was a nasty 'hardwire' that put all
S/36 jobs in jobq QGPL/QBATCH.  We solved this problem by putting our own
OURSYS/QBATCH jobq ahead of QSYS in the LIBL.  Any job submitted
unqualified went to our queue, hooked to QBATCH.  The QGPL/QBATCH jobs from
S/36 environment went to wherever they went to (another subsystem).

It wasn't pretty, but it did keep things separate...

--Paul E Musselman
paulMmn@ix.netcom.com


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