• Subject: Re: Routing Entries / was Re: Signon Information Screen
  • From: PaulMmn <PaulMmn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 10 Oct 1999 20:23:59 -0400

Jim--

Thanks for the egoboost!    (:

Hmmm...

The TFRJOB  QCTL   doesn't bring all of your 'baggage' with you---  you're
more or less starting fresh, in the new subsystem (QCTL in this case).
Your job will now run as if you started up in QCTL, running the routing
program in QCTL (if any).  Uh-- now that I think about it, I'm not sure if
QTEMP comes with you or not.  I'm at home, so you'll have to poke around
and see for yourself  ("This is left as an exercise for the student.")

As to why you didn't get a 2nd signon screen--  I'm not sure.    On our
machines I usually get a new signon screen--  but that may be because of
the strange things we've done to our tuning and subsystems.

DSPSBS   QINTER--   try   WRKSBS  QINTER.  I may be thinking in S/38 mode
again.   (:



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





>Excellent post!  I saved this one in my DOWNLOAD/SOURCE library I save
>posts with code i want to keep from here.
>
>One question, though, I did a TSFJOB QCTL and everything went fine, except
>that my startup job which I have to ignore errors for since it doesn't
>seem to take
>
>over the library list.
>
>But, I tried the DSPSBS QINTER and I get an error stating procedure or command
>is not found.  I'm on V3R7M0  Is this a later command, a TAATOOLS command,
>or what?
>
>Also, when I did the TFRJOB QCTL I did not get a sign on screen, it just
>transferred
>me to QCTL after re-running my start program (INLPGM in user profile).
>
>Regards,
>
>Jim Langston
>
>PaulMmn wrote:
>
>> <SNIP>
>
>> Now, sign on to a terminal session.    TFRJOB  QCTL  and sign on again, but
>> make sure the signon screen has been issued by subsystem QCTL.
>>
>> MAKE SURE ALL OF THE USERS HAVE SIGNED OFF OF THE SYSTEM!!!
>>
>> ENDSBS QINTER   <--- all of your signon screens will disappear
>>
>> DSPSBS QINTER    <--- repeat until you get a screen that lets you know
>> nothing was found
>>
>
><SNIP>



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