At 01:12 03/04/1999 +1100, Kris Vaidyanathan wrote:
>       I am trying to create a subsystem that will run to Never ending programs
>that will work as trigger programs for some data monitoring
>However the techos who are helping on this seem to be puzzled as to how to
>get two jobs going, and I also think they have some difficulty
>Creating the subsystem.

Triggers run in the same job as the application that initiates the trigger
event. This is not necessarily bad, since the trigger will remain active as
long as the job is active, unless you terminate it with a call to CEETREC
or RCLACTGRP. If you need to do some heavy batch processing in your
trigger, I would suggest that you validate the data in the trigger and then
write a request to a data queue. This request could then be processed by a
program in another subsystem that just calls QRCVDTAQ and waits. You could
start this job with an auto start job entry so that it runs when the
subsystem starts. It will use no CPU cycles as long as there are no
requests to process, and can run in its own storage pool.
Pete Hall
pbhall@execpc.com
http://www.execpc.com/~pbhall
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