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We have an Auto-Start job that runs when a subsystem starts. This job is
basically a loop that executes every minute. The first step in the loop is
a RUNJVA command.

When that command runs, it spawns another job and creates a joblog in
QEZJOBLOG under job QJVACMDSRV. This generates quite a lot of joblogs. I
have been able to route the Auto-Start joblogs to an OUTQ other the
QEZJOBLOG, which gets cleared on a different schedule than GO CLEANUP.

Does anyone know a way to route the joblogs created by the spawned job
[from RUNJVA] to an OUTQ other than QEZJOBLOGS?

Thank you,


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