• Subject: Re: Internal Job Id
  • From: "Leif Svalgaard" <leif@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 May 2000 11:24:54 -0500

> The '001E2F00' is evidently the offset of the WCBTE (Work Control Block
Table
> Entry) in the Work Control Block Table, QWCBT01 (a sysptr to which is in
every
> job's PCO at offset x10

> Leif Svalgaard wrote:
> > When retrieving information about a job with QGYOLJOB, you get something
like this:
> > QPADEV000H LSVALGAARD153409 00440001001E2F00 80BAABC5410A0000*ACTIVE  I
> >
> > The 00440001001E2F00 80BAABC5410A0000 part is the internal Job Id.

yes Dave, you are - as always - correct (thanks), it is the offset (in the
associated space)
 - I was off by x'100' in my count - didn't look carefully enough :-(.

So, this is my take on it:
0044 is the IPL number (?)
0001 is the WCBT number - here WCBT01
001E2F00 is the offset in the associated space

Now, the WCB for the job is where? Once I have the PCO...




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