> John, thanks for the quick reply!  I don't want to ask too much, but
> considering that I learn from example, could you give me the commands
> that I need to know in order to do this?  Specifically I like the idea
> of creating a separate subsystem and leaving it up, but I'm not sure how
> to "key" the device name, and I'm not sure what the command is to create
> another subsystem.   Can you give me a list of command names so I can
> drill down my homework more narrowly..?  I'm not necessarily asking for
> verbatim commands and options; but the more info you can spare my newbie
> self, I'll really appreciate it.


If you have another subsystem that is already running, the easiest thing is
to just add your workstation to it.  For example, if you want your
workstatino MYDSP to come up in QPGMR when QINTER is ended:

ADDWSE SBSD(QPGMR) WRKSTN(MYDSP)

You may want to check the number of active jobs allowed in the subsystem if
you run other jobs there.  Also, you may find that you are in that sbs even
when QINTER is up, so you'll probably want to TFRJOB QINTER later.

HTH


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