>The clock count of the last time the job was running is stored
>in the task description (TDE) for the process running the job.
>This information can be extracted, but not with a "normal"
>MI-program. One needs a specially patched program to get at
>this information, so, yes, it is possible, but not easy.

Just curious...

This information seems benign enough that IBM wouldn't need to cloak under
the guise of security.  What is it about this information that makes it
unaccessable via "normal" MI?  Are there many other pieces of information
like this?

Or do we wait for that next chapter?

P.S., Leif, any chance you could announce on this list when new or updated
chapters are available for download?

- Dan Bale
(I am *NOT* "Dale"
http://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l/200105/msg00281.html )



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