At 08:14 AM 9/2/97 -0400, Pete wrote:

>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.

Hi, Pete,

Hmmmm, verrrrrrry eenterrrrrresting!  :-)

I just tried you idea. It gives me part of what I really want (so what else
is new?). Personally, I tend to dislike intensely _any_ of the *BASIC
displays. Maybe what I really dislike is that, so often, the *BASIC &
*INTERMEDIATE, esp., seem almost to have no relationship to each other.
E.g., in this case, the *INTERMEDIATE version has absolutely _NOTHING_
about job queues in its layout.

But thanks for the info. I'll definitely pass it on around here. Still, for
more of the info I want to see in one place, the WRKSBSJOBQ utility is my

Happy days,

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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