You can also do this:
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Steve Richter wrote:
tip of the day ( which I got from IBM tech support ) ...
one of the jobs in the advanced job scheduler runs the WRKACTJOB
command. How to find that job? Run the following SQL:
SELECT CMJOB, CMGRP, CMSEQ, CMCSEQ, CMCMD
WHERE position('WRKACTJOB' in cmcmd) > 0
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