>From the V5R3 Information Center:

...Interactive and communication jobs do no provide multithread-capable

The parameter Allow Multithread (ALWMLTTHD), which is located in the Create
Job Description (CRTJOBD) and Change Job Description (CHGJOBD) commands,
controls whether the job supports multiple threads. OS/400 examines all job
types except communications jobs and interactive jobs for the ALWMLTTHD
parameter. The Add Prestart Job Entry (ADDPJE) and Change Prestart Job
Entry (CHGPJE) subsystem description job entry commands use the ALWMLTTHD
setting to control whether jobs started through the entry are capable of
supporting multiple threads....

CFor the full text look at Programming/Multithreaded
applications/Multithreaded program startup commands

Bruce Vining

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How do I set my interactive job to allow multiple threads(*yes)?

My workstation entry of the interactive subsystem is set to
jobd(*usrprf).  My user profile has a job description and that jobd is
set to allow multiple threads(*yes).

I know that jobd is being used when I sign on because the interactive
job library list is the libl in the jobd.

but my interactive job still shows allow multiple threads(*no)

When I submit a job using this jobd the job runs with allow multiple

Is it only batch jobs that can be multi threaded?


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