• Subject: RE: Finding where a job ran...
  • From: Joel Fritz <JFritz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Sep 1999 16:43:49 -0700

How about using dsplog and restricting it to msgid cpf1124?
It's not elegant, but it doesn't take much work.  You can send the output to
a spool file and scan it.
  


                               
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Graap, Ken [mailto:keg@exchange.gasco.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 1999 3:55 PM
> To: 'Midrange'
> Subject: Finding where a job ran...
> 
> 
> Hello - 
> 
> I would like to know what subsystems and/or job queues are 
> being used for
> submitted batch jobs.
> 
> I know the name of the subsystem a job started in is included 
> as part of the
> CPF1124 message on message queue QSYSOPR, but it is difficult 
> to retrieve
> this information, and it doesn't include the job queue name. 
> I also know
> that the WRKUSRJOB command displays the job queue a job was 
> run from when it
> is executed with an "Assistance level" of *BASIC. However, 
> this information
> is only available on the system while the job is still in the 
> system, i.e.
> ... on a job queue, active or has output on an output queue 
> and it isn't
> listed on the report when *PRINT is specified..
> 
> What I want to be able to do is create a process that will 
> let me find users
> who "cheat" by doing things like submitting batch jobs to 
> subsystem QINTER
> or QCTL instead of QBATCH.
> 
> Has anyone written a program or know of one, that can gather 
> up this kind of
> information? 
> 
> If not, does anyone have any ideas on how I might begin to write one?
> 
> Kenneth
> 
> ****************************************
> Kenneth E. Graap
> IBM Certified Specialist
> AS/400 Professional
> Systems Administrator
> NW Natural (Gas Services)
> keg@nwnatural.com
> Phone: 503-226-4211 x5537
> FAX:    603-849-0591
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