I didn't know AJS is supported by a 3rd party, we have two open issues with it right now and it sure looks like IBM i support.
I did notice on the initial AJS menu it says ' (C) COPYRIGHT PINNACLE BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC. 2009.' So I assumed they acquired the product and assimilated it like so many others. Resistance is futile.
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Subject: RE: HelpSystems to help IBM - but wait, what about . . .
IBM did the same for AJS, Advanced Job Scheduler, years ago.
AJS support is now from a 3rd party.
We haven't seen any enhancements for AJS since then.
When an issue came up regarding AJS, the support became much more difficult, going to a 3rd party.
Some of the normal support options were no longer available to trouble shoot an issue.
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