If you’ve accidentally deleted your QINTER subsystem then your best option is to restore it from a backup.
No i don’t deleted mya QINTER but i want to separated interactive for my Apliction and user?
Then you need to create a new subsystem :-
CRTSBSD SBSD(Yourlib/YourSBSD) POOLS((1 *BASE))
To allocate specific workstsations to your subsystem you can use the ADDWSE command.
To allocate specific job queues to your subsystem you can use the ADDJOBQE command.
You should also add the routing entries that you currently have in your QINTER using the ADDRTGE command.
U can create a new subsystem
First u want to create a new subsystem description command CRTSBSD
create a class command CRTCLS &
create a rouging entry command ADDRTGE
I don’t think you need to create a class.
We needed a separate subsystem, just as you describe in your question.
We just used CRTDUPOBJ of QINTER with new object name of MISINTER. Then we gave all the MIS work stations a unique prefix in Client Access to cause those sessions to run in MISINTER. It works pretty good and involved very little work.
Sometimes one of our IT folks will land in QINTER. In that case we do a TRFJOB from the green screen to move the session to MISINTER. After that the session stays there for a while (weeks, months) but occassionally flips back to QINTER. This could probably be solved if we took more time to configure all the non-IT work station names into QINTER’s subsystem description.
You Should exclude your MIS displays in QINTER: ADDWSE SBSD(QINTER)
WRKSTN(MIS*) AT(*ENTER) . The AT’*ENTER entry will allow your station to switch to QINTER, but it also tells the subsystem to not automatically “grab” the wirkstation.