Best thing to do is create the job q on the fly if possible, giving your job 
the best priority. If you cant create on the fly there must be a way to check 
the job q and see if another job has the same priority (if there are jobs in 
this q.), then you make yours to go next.

Andy Nolen-Parkhouse <aparkhouse@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Murali,

You are looking for a job queue which has two characteristics.

1) Your job queue must be attached to a subsystem which is up at the time
the job is submitted.

2) Your job queue entry in the subsystem must have the MAXACT and MAXPTYnn
parameters sent to *NOMAX. If these parameters are not set to *NOMAX it is
theoretically possible to have a job or jobs ahead in the queue which could
delay execution of your jobs.

As Peter mentioned, QS36EVOKE meets these criteria, as do some other
IBM-supplied entries. Or you could create your own job queue, subsystem,
and job queue entry.

Regards,
Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

> Hi,
> I have a job that must run at 5:02 & 8:02 M-F.
> I need a job q that I can send this job to and make
> sure that it is run right away & not wait behind any
> other jobs.
> Can someone let me know of a queue or do I need to get
> one set up? any ideas?
> or is it QPGMR?
> Thank you for your help,
> Murali.



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