• Subject: QZDASOINIT and ODBC performance
  • From: "Draper, Dale" <dale.draper@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 06:41:03 -0700

We have developed a very nice Access DB interface for our Execs and Salesmen
(god forbid they have to use green screen) which uses ODBC to link to files
on our 400. I have noticed some perfomance issues related to this in the
*interact pool. The ODBC job uses job QZDASOINIT to run, under the QSERVER
subsystem.
Would changing the QZDASOINIT to a batch job have any unforseen
consequences? As far as I can tell this job controls ODBC and file transfer
only.


Dale Draper
Sega Enterprises, Inc. (USA)
Dale.Draper@seu.sega.com



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