Hi



I have a program which is being called from a Web Service interface using PCML, which has been working quite happily for many months, and is still working in our production environment.



We have a new client onboard and we have been testing in our development environment, also successfully - until this morning!



The program is still being called but it is failing somewhere - a global message monitor catches something, but I have no way to tell what!



I am trying to debug the job on the AS400, but cannot for the life of me work out in which job it is being run! I have displayed the variables on the JAVA AS400Connection object and located the QZDASOINIT job, which I serviced, but, while this is processing the SQL statements in other parts of the procedure, it does not appear to be running the PCML call! I also tried servicing the Logon job, but no luck there either! There is also an AS400 object which is passed to the ProgramCallDocument, but this does not seem to have a job associated with it.



Where should I be looking to actually find where this job is running???



Thanks for any help





Chris Wright

Senior Analyst/Programmer

CrossCheck, Inc.



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