• Subject: Re: batch job that uses a dspf.
  • From: "Steve Richter" <srichter@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 12:29:47 -0400

bruce,

>The link provided by Nathan Andelin defines the types of jobs that will be
>classified as interactive:
>
>o All 5250 sessions
>o Any green screen interface
>o Telnet or 5250 DSPT workstations
>o 5250/HTML workstation gateway
>o PCs using 5250 emulation, etc ...

The same ibm document then says:
>>"In general, the Type column of the Work with Active Jobs (WRKACTJOB)
>>command will tell you which jobs are considered interactive (type = INT).
>>These are all jobs that were initiated by signing on at a 5250 display
>>device."

a batch job with a dspf is "not initiated by signing on at a 5250 dsply".

does that mean that a batch job w/a dspf will not cause the cpu wasting
CFINT job to run?

steve


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