On Thu, 13 December 2001, MacWheel99@aol.com wrote:

> Encourage the use of JOBQ for any job that negatively impacts interactive
> response time for everyone when run on-line.  Seek corporate policy to that
> effect.

As nice and handy as *jobqs may be, if I seriously wanted to control this, I'd 
probably use routing programs. The routing program basically would check if the 
job is batch or not, and if it is, then route it appropriately possibly either 
by TFRJOB or RRTJOB. Then it won't matter what *jobq is used.

Tom Liotta

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The PowerTech Group, Inc.
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Kent, WA 98032
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Fax  253-872-7904
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