• Subject: RE: DSPJOBLOG
  • From: Neil Palmer <npalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 7 May 1998 16:56:09 -0500

Can't you do a DSPJOBLOG to an *OUTFILE and find what you want in the
Message Data field ?

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kellems, Cary [SMTP:cary.kellems@nissan-usa.com]
> Sent: Thursday, May 07, 1998 12:29 PM
> To:   'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
> Subject:      DSPJOBLOG
> We are upgrading our hardware from E10's to model 170's and thus from
> V2r2 to V4r2.  During the testing I uncovered a problem that was due
> to
> using the output from a DSPJOBLOG (*PRINT).  I would like to replace
> this method with an API.  Does anybody know what or if any API would
> allow me to extract the 'Request' info from a job log?  In particular
> I
> am looking for the parameters for the job submitted.
> Then current process is as follows:
> I am attempting to find a way to retrieve the parameter of a submitted
> job.  Currently I RTVJOBA to determine the job then issue a DSPJOBLOG
> (*PRINT) to get the data I then CPYSPLF so that I can retrieve the
> data.
>  I then read each record for 'RQS' (which has now changed to
> 'Request')
> and then store the data (called pgm and parameters).  This was a
> klugie
> way but it worked. 
> Thanks
>     Cary T. Kellems
>                                               x 3172
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