When TASM classifies a request, it may match more than one workload. To avoid uncertainty as to which workload a request should be assigned to, adjust the workload evaluation order. When multiple workloads could apply to a request, the system always uses the workload closest to the top of the list.
- If you have a workload with a criterion of Not-All-AMPs because you want Tactical requests to be evaluated first, utility work may unexpectedly go in the workload. This is because utility work can sometimes use only some AMPs.
- If you include a criterion of USER = * early in the evaluation order, all requests would run there, and subsequent workloads would not be considered.