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Need To Have a UBE Call Other UBEs That Run on Another Server

Need To Have a UBE Call Other UBEs That Run on Another Server

Need To Have a UBE Call Other UBEs That Run on Another Server

Hello, Tek-Tips!

We need to call a UBE that exists on a System i via a RUNUBE CL command which then needs to invoke other UBEs that exist on a Windows server for the purposes of sending the UBE output to users via Email. So far, everything we've tried ends in failure. Although the CNC config appears to be correct (main UBE on System i, other UBEs mapped to Windows server), the switch-over does not take place. Additionally, we tried starting the Windows UBEs through BSFN B91300C. In using B91300C, we first let the BSFN use CNC to find the Windows server, then we explicitly declared the server to use when taking the "default to CNC" setting did not work.

Does anyone know how to do this?

We are running OneWorld B7334 Service Pack 23 Revision 8.


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