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PRINT QUEUES

G

Guest

Guest
One World B733 SP 11.1 SQL V7.0 NT

How do you activate more than 1 print queue? I tried to run a report to a
different queue but it sits in a WAIT status and does not launch. Their are
no other jobs running.

Thanks,

Crawford Winter
Technical Analyst
Transamerica Life Canada
 

I154

Member
Mr. Winters,

3 things




1.......... Enterprise jde.ini

[NETWORK QUEUE SETTINGS]
QEnv=PD7333
QUser=JDE
QPassword=
QueueDelay=30
UBEPriority=5
JDENETTimeout=60
UBEQueues=1..........increase this number to the number of job Qs

UBEQueue1=QB7333......Then add you Q here same way but 2 instead of one

PackageQueues=1
PKGQueue1=QB7333
SpecInstallQueues=1
SpcQueue1=QB7333
KillImmediate=1

2...........Client jde.ini

Change the client INIs Q where you wanna send the job

3...........UDC table

Add new Qs to the UDC table


Bounce the services and you should by ready to run the UBEs to the new Q.

Well this was according to my poor knowledge....
 

Gopal_Kistasami

Active Member
Include another line(duplicate) for the RUNQUEUE statement in the RunOneWorld.sh script.

>>> Crawford.Winter@transamerica.com 22/02/01 11:34:15 >>>
One World B733 SP 11.1 SQL V7.0 NT

How do you activate more than 1 print queue? I tried to run a report to a
different queue but it sits in a WAIT status and does not launch. Their are
no other jobs running.

Thanks,

Crawford Winter
Technical Analyst
Transamerica Life Canada




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G

Guest

Guest
Thanks, this was the best explanation. The Queues were already defined in
the UDC. All I need to do is change the JDE.INI.

Crawford
 
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