I think your job on system 1 will have to issue a remote command to system 2. SBMRMTCMD (Submit Remote Command)
Command as described http://as400bks.rochester.ibm.com/html/as400/v4r5/ic2924/index.htm?info/db2/rbae5mst60.htm
I think the job on system 1 will need to submit a job on system 2. SBMRMTCMD (Submit Remote Command)
Command as shown here: http://as400bks.rochester.ibm.com/html/as400/v4r5/ic2924/index.htm?info/db2/rbae5mst60.htm
You can use the SBMRMTCMD command to send commands to any of the following
AS/400 lost a number of entries .. perhaps this will be added.
It is not clear what you are asking.
Since you say “Reactive” and “ROBOT”, it sounds like you want to schedule jobs on a single AS/400 and the jobs should have conditions or events that cause the jobs to run. But you don’t have ROBOT, so you don’t know how to make it happen.
Do you have the Advanced Job Scheduler installed and licensed? Can you describe how you want a job to run? The basic function can be done with Advanced JS (or with the standard JS with a little programming).
I just realized the question subject includes “cross system”. So, can you explain how “cross system” relates at all to not having “ROBOT”? What does ROBOT have to do with the question since it’s not installed? Is it only a way to describe your problem? Do you have ROBOT on any system in your network? — Tom
Thanks everyone, Tom as I have mentioned in the question.. No there is no ROBOT in any of the systems, I only mentioned there is NO ROBOT , to avoid suggestions to install ROBOT ( where cross system reactive is present).
Again, do you have the Advanced Job Scheduler product installed? And do you want “cross system” scheduling, i.e., schedule a job on one system that invokes a job on a second system? — Tom
Yes Tom, thats exactly what my question is
Then you can use SBMRMTCMD command as suggested by philpl1j, or you might use the RUNRMTCMD command, or you might invoke a rexec() function, or you might various other facilities. I’m not sure what the problem is. This is just one system invoking a process on another system, except it’s not clear what “Reactive” has to do with it. — Tom