The stored procedure idea is a good one. You could also put together a
simple web service to do the same.

Another option is using something like our JOBWATCH application that will
run any command or program if specific criteria is or isn't met. It will
even make sure at least X number of a certain job are running.

So you could set it up to look for a minimum of 1 of the job, and if it's
not found, have it send you an email or something else.

Just an idea. :)


On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 11:42 AM, Stone, Joel <Joel.Stone@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The TAATOOL command CHKACTJOB works on the local system.

How can I check if a specific job is running on a different box (or LPAR)?


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