Routing Data in as/400

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From far many days i have a question to post here.what is Routing data and what is Class in AS/400.Interviewer aimed me to answer this. Any answer will help me a lot. Thanks In Advance to all -Qmaster.
ASKED: August 5, 2009  11:30 AM
UPDATED: August 6, 2009  2:10 PM

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The routing data is used by the jobd and is used to determine how to start a job.
A class contains parameters that control the running of a routing step.
Both can be found in a subsystem description and are used to determine how a job is run.

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  • qmaster
    Thank you to above. //To run a job in subsystem routing data and routing entry should match.If match is not made job will end. Routing Entry having some charecterstics for the job to run in SBS.// But as per your answer the routing data is determining Job. each job having it's own routing entries . routing data in SBS will try to match with all job routing entries. My question is which one determine job routing data or routing entry? Pls Correct if iam wrong Thanks In Advance. -Qmaster
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  • Yorkshireman
    The Routing data is a value 'ABCDE' the routing entry is the entry which says ' If the data you receieve is 'ABC' then place the job in xxxx - the above example falls through and should be collected by the default.
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