• Subject: Re: DspPgmRef locks objects at *SHRNUP; need to change wait time
  • From: "Dan Bale" <dbale@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Nov 1999 16:48:05 -0500



Larry,

>>It on the class, which is controlled by the routing entry.
>>Easier to submit the job held, then change it.

Except that I submit a whole bunch of these jobs from another batch job in the
wee hours of the morning.

I guess the submitting batch job could change the submitted job, eh?  I'll have
to look up the archives to see how to retrieve the job number of the job just
submitted.  (RCVMSG ???)

- ----- Original Message -----
> Alexei, Billy,
>
> Sheesh, how complicated can it get?
>
> >> CHGJOB DFTWAIT(<n secs>) <<
>
> However (always gotta do this!), since I'm currently submitting to batch the
> command, and not a program that calls the command, I was wondering how to
> change the DftWait when I submit the job.  I looked at the SbmJob command and
> the ChgJobD command, but could not find an entry for DftWait.  Is it in the
> routing data?
>
> Or maybe I should just encapsulate the command in a CL program and change the
> DftWait in there.
>
> - Dan Bale





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