• Subject: Re: Display jobs according to job q
  • From: Pete Massiello <PMassiello@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 08:14:59 -0400
  • Organization: OS Solutions International, Inc.

There is a command that will tell you, its a plain and simple OS/400, no
programming required. I was at home when I gave my first answer about
using the assistence level of *BASIC, and I couldnt remember exactly
which command it was. I check this out this morning, and while it does
take a little longer to display on the screen, the information is worth
the wait.


Pete Massiello
OS Solutions International 
Phone: (203)-744-7854  Ext 11.

Vern Hamberg wrote:
> At 04:43 PM 9/1/97 +1000, James wrote:
> >Does anyone know a way of displaying jobs by the job q they were
> >submitted into?
> >
> >I remember being told of a method in the distant past but can't for the
> >life of me remember it.  Tried WRKSBSJOB, WRKACTJOB.
> James,
> Although DSPJOB or WRKJOB and its derivatives do now show the JOBQ from
> which a job was started, there has not been a convenient way to see all the
> jobs, active and waiting, that came from one given JOBQ, listed by JOBQ.
> I've always wanted this capability and finally found it in NEWS 3X/400,
> January, 1995 issue, in an article entitled "Who's Jamming Up my Job Queue?".
> I'm not sure what I can share, since the code I've used is from their CD
> reference library. It may be that they've made it available on their Web site
>         http://www.news400.com
> The gist of it uses a number of APIs. I've not the details with me right
> now, but E-mail me back and I'll try to give you more info. Meanwhile, look
> into APIs for work management and job lists.
> Cheers,
> Vernon Hamberg
> Systems Software Programmer
> Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
> 400 Second Avenue South
> Minneapolis, MN 55401
> (612) 371-1111 x480
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