The Execution Queue
Processes are placed in the Execution queue after IBM® Connect:Direct® connects to the remote node. Processes normally come from the Wait queue, but also can be placed in the Execution queue by a submit command with maxdelay=0 specified.
Processes in the Execution queue can be in execution (EX) status or pending execution (PE) status. Processes with EX status are exchanging data between two IBM Connect:Direct nodes. Processes with PE status are waiting for Process start messages to be exchanged between the local node and the remote node. Processes usually have PE status assigned for a very short period of time.
After a Process successfully completes, it is automatically deleted from the Execution queue. A flush process command with hold=yes moves a Process from the Execution queue and places it in the Hold queue. When a session is interrupted, the Process moves from the Execution queue to the Timer queue if retry values are specified. If connection is not made before the retry values are exhausted or if retry values are not specified, the action taken depends on the conn.retry.exhaust.action parameter. By default, the Process moves to the Hold queue.
The following table shows the status values for the Execution queue:
|PE||Pending Execution is the initial queue status when a Process is submitted with maxdelay=0.|
|EX||Execution status indicates that the Process is executing.|