I've used SBMNETJOB in the past. you must have SNADS configured to use it.

you could also create DDM files and use the SBMRMTCMD you mention.

I suppose if you wanted to get fancy you could setup DDM data queue,
have a listener job on the remote and add commands to it from the source system.

Sockets are another way. Socket listener on remote and connect to it from source, send it the submit commands.

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Bryan



Vinay Gavankar wrote on 9/30/2015 9:16 PM:
Hi,

What are the different ways to submit a job from one iseries box to another
iseries box (running the same OS version).

I was looking at SBMRMTCMD, but the Help text says it is mostly used for
managing data base files on the remote system.

I just want to issue a SBMJOB command on remote system. I don't expect any
output of that command to come back to the originating system

Thanks.


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