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RE: Identify all occurances of specific Jobd(s) on the system



fixed

Rob,

Great idea, do you have a link or doc on what I would need to setup for this?

Paul

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Journal usage on the jobd?


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From: "Steinmetz, Paul" <PSteinmetz@xxxxxxxxxx>
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Date: 05/06/2014 03:39 PM
Subject: Identify all occurances of specific Jobd(s) on the system
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I need to identify all occurrences of a specific jobd(s)
Goal is to identify all uses, so jobd(s) may be deleted.
I already know I need to check Userprofiles, AJS, source code.
What other object types could contain a jobd.
Has anyone ever done a similar process.
Any known utilities for this.

Thank You
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