It IS the job description. In our test we did NOT end all the QZDASOINIT jobs that had started prior to changing the JOBD and were looking at an old job.

- Larry

On Thu, 26 Apr 2012 11:28:56 -0400
"Midrange Lists" <midrange@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Setting up an iASP on a customer system. When we look at the QZDASOINIT job before there is any connection (it's still in PSRW,) we see that it does NOT have the iASP designated. (Viewed in DSPJOB, option 2, way at the bottom.)

Once a user has connected to the job (and the current user changes) the disk pool is there. This is good, but we don't know why.

The only program that has yet run in the QZDASOINIT job is an RPGLE stored procedure that ONLY sets up the library list with ADDLIBLE commands. That program hasn't been compiled since 2007 and has no knowledge of the iASP.

We suspected it was the Job Description of the user connecting to the job so we tested that but that doesn't do it. A user with the iASP in their JOBD who simply connects to iNAV thus causing ODBC activity does NOT show the iASP in the QZDASOINIT job.

What is the magic that causes the iASP to be added to the QZDASOINIT job? It's NOT SETASPGRP as that command is not being run in this job.

This is behaving as desired but we need to understand why!

- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis
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