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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:
select *
from qsys2.system_value_info

One is by using the command ADDAJE so that the entry appears in
select *
from qsys2.autostart_job_info;
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:
select *
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:

Rob Berendt

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