It looks like WRKODBCJOB only gives you the user ID being serviced and
their IP address - you can get that info from the job log anyway, there's
always a message in the job log such as:
"User ABCDEFG from client 192.168.0.25 connected to server."

What I'd really like to be able to do is to simply be able to output
messages into the job log.  We have a number of different applications all
firing SQL at our iSeries (most of them using the same user ID coming from
the same IP address) and it would be really helpful if we could output a
message like "This is the XYZ application." into the job log, or even
better "Now running query to get list of addresses for account 1234567" so
that if we spot a job eating up tons of CPU, we can examine the job log and
see what SQL query its currently running.

Does anyone know a way to do this, or anything even similar?

Thanks very much,

Nigel Gay,
Computer Patent Annuities


java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 05/01/2006 11:04:33:

> Get the WRKODBCJOB utility from Bryan Dietz
>
> http://home.columbus.rr.com/jbmmdietz/iseries.html
>
> Pete Helgren
>
> Larry wrote:
>
> >Can anyone recommend the best way to monitor performance on
> QZDASOINIT jobs?  We have a number of these that hit the 400 from
> various sources - most calls from java programs on other platforms.
> >
> >I know if I am testing SQL calls I can set them up in ops nav SQL
> script tool, execute them and look at the joblog for lots of good
> info about how the sql executes.
> >
> >Can this be done for the QZDASOINIT jobs as they execute in
> production?  I don't see any detailed information if I catch the
> jobs as they are executing and look at their joblogs.
> >
> >Larry
> >
> >
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