Hi Kaare,

>From V5R1 onwards you can use the QWVRCSTK (retrieve call stack) api. Prior
to that, you would have to ask Leif.

Regards,

Kevin Wright 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kaare Plesner, SOSY A/S [mailto:kaaple@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Thursday, 20 March 2003 6:54
> To: Mi400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [MI400] How can you retrieve the call stack for a job
> 
> 
> I want to retrieve the call stack of another job. Are there 
> (except from MI
> running in system state) any other way of doing that than 
> DSPJOB of *PGMSTK
> to *PRINT followed by CPYSPLF to a data base file? It seems 
> to be a typical
> function for an API to do, but I can't find any doing that - 
> so if someone
> knows a good solution, I would sure love to learn about it.
> 
> Kaare Plesner
> SOSY A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark
> mailto:kp@xxxxxxx
> www.sosy.dk
> 
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