At 11:55 AM 12/31/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Does any body know of a way to get subsystem name we run some rf equipment
>and the easy way to distinguish these would be by the subsystem
>
You can possibly get it out of the job log. Pick any interactive or batch
job. Hit F10 and roll down. Look at the second level text for the first two
messages. There's all kinds of stuff in there. You can get it directly by
parsing the MSGDTA positionally, and you can determine the positions by
looking at the message descriptions. These messages may not be present if
your job is evoked or a prestart job though. I think it is for autostart
jobs. Anyway, it's worth a look.

hth
Pete


Pete Hall
peteh@inwave.com 
http://www.inwave.com/~peteh/

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