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Re: can we change system date only by session ?



fixed

You almost have the answer in your post. You say "retrieve job value". If you shorten it to RTV for retrieve, JOB for job, and add an asterisk, you can enter RTVJOB* on a command line and see a list with the command RTVJOBA (retrieve job attributes). It has the parameter DATA, where you put a CL variable to receive the job date. Check the help for more info.

Vern

At 11:26 AM 10/13/2004, you wrote:
                Hi  Esteemed members,

                is there anyway we can change system date only by session ?

                I was advised to use CHGJOB DATE(xxxxxx)........

                The program uses

                RTVSYSVAL SYSVAL(QDAYOFWEEK) RTNVAR(&DAY)

It pick up system value, therefore CHGJOB DATE(xxxxxx) does not work, it changed JOB date not system date.

How to retrive JOB date ? I think we can change RTVSYSVAL by retrive JOB value if there is one.

                Can someone enlighten me?


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