On 8/5/21 3:07 PM, Daniel Gross wrote:
No JDBC possible? Because at the SQL level it's quite easy to get al
this information - and it's obviously the preferred way since 7.x.

Why use SQL when there's functionality in JT400 to get the information?
SQL is just added overhead.

Maybe I didn't explain my question.

I'm just looking for advice on what Job attributes to consider to determine if a job is active or not.

I've already got the CallStackEntry array. I'm also considering the job active status.

Is there anything else that would be a good indicator that a job is active and not hung up?

Thanks,


david


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