Routing Entry

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How do we know Which type of routing entry we are assigining to SBS While creating  SBSD?
ASKED: September 12, 2009  6:26 AM
UPDATED: September 11, 2010  7:01 PM

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Generally, you would just add one entry like this one.

Opt Seq Nbr Program Library Compare Value
999 QCMD QSYS *ANY

On the SBMJOB command there is an option to put in RTGDTA. When a job enters the subsystem, it looks at that value and then tries to find it in the Routing enties in the susbsys. If found. it uses the information from the subsystem decription.
You might use this is you setup a class with a different priority or timeslice and the same Subsystem.

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  • TomLiotta
    Generally, since you create the routing program, you automatically know what "type" it is. But your question isn't clear. What do you mean by "type"? What kinds of "types" are you expecting to learn about? AFAIK, routing entries aren't classified by "type" in general. Tom
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  • qmaster
    Apologies for the late response. ok...I mean while submitting a job what value we need to pass in RTGDTA "_______" field. and on what basis we define the value.
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