AS/400 user ID login to different subsystem

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AS/400
AS/400 administration
AS/400 user profiles
AS/400 user sessions
QINTER
By default all the users login to QINTER, I want to login my profile in QCTL, please advice, Thanks.

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V5R3

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You can create a Device Description and add that device description along with the user profile name (to access from QCTL)  in the work station entry.. ADDWSE.

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  • frank4075
    you can create SBS QINTERxx and setup Work station name entries by name.
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  • pdraebel
    It depends how your Subsystems are setup. Allocation of users is not possible you will need to configure your session name so that it gets allocated to subsystem QCTL. In the subsystem descriptions you have a section "Work Station Name" entries and one "Workstation type entries". You also have the "Control Job At" for each entry. *SIGNON means that the subsystem will try to allocate the workstation as soon as it starts. *ENTER means that you can Transfer your job to the subsystem. One solution would be to have a workstation name entry in QCTL that is controlled at *SIGNON and the same entry in QINTER that is controlled at *ENTER. This works as a kind of "Exclude" entry. Otherwise there is no sure way to predict which subsystem allocates your workstation.
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  • deepu9321
    Hi, Anyone will tell me the actual difference between QINTER & QCTL, Logging into QCTL will makes any difference? Currently I am logging into QINTER only.
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  • deepu9321
    Will Anyone explain me the actual difference between QBATCH & QINTER? Will QCTL having additional access? Currently I am logging in through QINTER only. In which scenarios QCTL will come in place. Please explain me. Pradeep
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  • TomLiotta
    Users don't login to subsystems. Instead, users use devices that are allocated to subsystems. If a user wants to be running in a particular subsystem, then that user should choose a device that is allocated to that subsystem. A user may also choose to run in a different subsystem after the job starts in the original subsystem by running a TFRJOB command. Further, this command might be executed by a "routing program" that you write and assign to the original subsystem. In general, only systems programming or operations staff should ever be running in QCTL. Basic development staff should not be in QCTL nor should any application users. And as troublesome as this might seem, it might be thought that a user who doesn't know how to run in QCTL isn't ready to run in QCTL. Tom
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  • wpoulin
    Syedm, Typically your console is allocated to subsytem QCTL. Also, QCTL is by default configured with a Run Priority of 10, QINTER by default has a Run Priority of 20, QBATCH has a Run Priority of 50. There are other characteristics that are different also, but just looking at Run Priority should suggest which subsystem will get priority. Hope this helps, Bill Poulin
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  • Chalkes
    How can i get the count of the users who are login in the QINTER??
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  • TomLiotta
    It will probably be best if you start your own question. When you do, include some clarification. What OS level will you be working with? And do you want to know the total current number of logins that were routed to QINTER? Or do you want the number of _unique_ users running in QINTER? If a job is transferred to QINTER but started in a different subsystem, should that user be counted? Wihat about jobs that started in QINTER but then transferred to a second subsystem? Do you only want _interactive_ jobs? -- Tom
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