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As Jon said. Your admin folks will understand. Basically it takes the fundamentals of "work management" as documented at:
A good reference but not a good study guide.
What version of the OS are you running?
Basically there are a few ways of doing autostart stuff. I'll try to speak in your language: SQL. However some of the is limited to the release of OS you are at.
One way is by the program listed in:
where SYSTEM_VALUE_NAME = 'QSTRUPPGM';
One is by using the command ADDAJE so that the entry appears in
You could also modify one of the existing entries in that list.
This will fire off those jobs when those subsystems are started.
This is tied to the entries in:
from qsys2.job_description_info jd
join qsys2.autostart_job_info aje
on jd.job_description_library = aje.job_description_library
and jd.job_description = aje.job_description
Ok for you to read the SQL's but I would leave the modifying up to your admins.
For more information see the toc in the link I provided earlier or see the following:
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