April 2006 Monthly Meeting
April 18, 2006
Work Management on the iSeries
Have you ever wondered why a batch or
interactive job ends up running in a certain subsystem? Would you like to
be able to separate different types of System i5 (iSeries) jobs into their
own memory pools? Do you know anything about routing entries or classes?
Many people in our business puzzle
over these confusing issues because work management is an area that most
users just donít have time to become familiar with. During this session,
Iíll reveal the answers to why your job runs where it does, describe the
differences between pools, and clarify what a routing entry and a class
are. Along the way, Iíll also answer your questions, share stories from
more than 20 years of experience, and hand out some fun Robot toys and
Meanwhile, youíll learn
The components of Work Management.
A Step-by-Step approach to setting up
The commands that help you improve
Tom Huntington, Vice-President of Technical
Services at Help/Systems, Inc., is a 17-year veteran of the company. He
oversees technical alliances, public relations, business partners, and
large customer relationships. He ensures the Robot Automated
Operations Solution works with other major software and hardware vendors.
Tom often hosts online webinars, too.
Tom speaks on automation topics, iSeries
technology, and Help/Systems products. He has spoken at several
COMMON conferences and writes articles for leading trade journals.
The topics cover work management, security, automated operations, and
backup/recovery. Also, he has spoken on Robot/Schedule, the iSeries
job scheduler, and the batch management system.