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This sounds like some sort of hybrid migration where you already had a
system running and you just wanted to restore a few select objects. Always
a hard prospect to the uninitiated.

I think you either have to run the addjobqe to the subsystem, or,
end the subsystem
restore the *SBSD from the other system

On Wed, Mar 22, 2023 at 4:32 PM gio.cot via MIDRANGE-L <
midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi all

I'm migrating to a new IBM i .. in the old IBM i, i had created some jobq
(in QGPL) and associated to a subsystem; now restoring QGPL , i have
restored also JOBQ, but not the "link" JOBQ and SBS. Question : is there
anyway to save and restore the JOBQE content ? i have to run ADDJOBQE
manually for every JOBQ that i have created ?

Thanks in advance


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