• Subject: Re: Subsystem Creation
  • From: Buck Calabro/commsoft<mcalabro@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Mar 1999 14:17:03 -0500

On 03/30/99 02:02:45 PM "Gary Feinstein"  wrote:

>I need to create a separate subsystem in which to run my nightly 
operations.  I 
>will be bringing down QBATCH before everything runs.  Basically, I need to 
>a duplicate of the QBATCH SBS.  Should I just copy the subsystem 
description to 
>create my new one?  I'm not all that well versed on Routing Entries and I 
>didn't want to run into any problems if my new sbs has the same Routing 
>as Qbatch. 

I'd create a new subsystem and add one job queueentry, one pool entry, and 
the *ANY routing entry.  You definitely do NOT want any autostart job 
entries and probably don't want any communication entries or prestart job 
entries.  It depends on whether you want communications-related jobs to run 
or not (and if they run in QBATCH rather than QCMN.)

Buck Calabro
Billing Concepts Inc (formerly CommSoft), Albany, NY
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