Possible to direct converter/interpreter phase?

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I have two versions of z/OS running in the same sysplex. Therefore I have different PROCLIB concatenations on the different LPARs. I can direct the batch jobs using the jobclass to be running on the different LPARs. My problem is that I have different PROCs with the same name on the different LPARs. A job submitted on LPAR 1 gets through the C/I phase on LPAR 1 and then runs on LPAR 2 where it abends because of the "wrong" procedure used. Q: Is there a possibility to have a job submitted on LPAR 1 but interpreted on LPAR 2?
ASKED: April 27, 2005  8:01 AM
UPDATED: April 27, 2005  8:43 AM

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This is running with JES2.
The z/OS versions are 1.4 and 1.6

Cheers
Dieter

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  • DieterWinter
    Sorry for disturbing you all, but we finally found it: If I use /*JOBPARM S=LPAR2 the job is interpreted on LPAR 2 regardless where it has been submitted. Cheers Dieter
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