From: <Bobby.Hicks@ccc-michigan.com>
> Is there an easy way (without scanning the WCB tables) to get the current
> job name, number and user if * is passed into a program.
>
>
> Basically  I would call program x with a job name/user/job number
> parameter and I want to check and see if the current job is the same as
> the parameter.
>

There might be a nifty API (I'm sure there is), but you can also find
it in the PCO:

000AE0  00000000 00000000  00000000 00000000    ииииииииииииииии
000AF0  00000000 D8D7C1C4  C5E5F0F0 F0F6D3E2    ииииQPADEV0006LS
000B00  E5C1D3C7 C1C1D9C4  F0F2F1F6 F3F80000    VALGAARD021638ии
000B10  00000000 00000000  00000000 00000000    ииииииииииииииии
000B20  00000000 00000000  00000000 00000000    ииииииииииииииии
000B30  00000000 00000000  00000000 00000000    ииииииииииииииии

you migth need to subtract x20 from the offset if you use BASPCO.

The offset is the same in V4R5 and V5R1.




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