• Subject: Re: Rhyme nor reason
  • From: John Hall <jhall@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Nov 1999 15:36:05 -0500

Have you tried doing a WRKACTJOB on each of these jobs and checked the
major items ?

Such as open files - make sure that each job is getting the same file.
Call stack - is each job running the same program ?
File Overrides
Locks
Job Descriptions
etc.

Have you tried a DSPOBJD in each job on the file ?  
How about DSPDTA ?

Is it possible that you own a file in a library which is excluded (the
library) from the other users so that you access one file and they
access another? 

We have a rule in our shop to use when trouble shooting stuff like this
: 'Assume it's the stupidest thing possible and go from there'



boothm@earth.goddard.edu wrote:
> 
> It sounds like the only difference is in the user name, which says to me
> there is some sort of authority problem, and he is the owner of the file
> and that everyone else is *EXCLUDE or something.
> 
> That would mean that DFU is sending the wrong message, which may mean that
> DFU is an IBM marketing tool?
> 
> Jim, just out of curiosity, can other users do  runqry against the file?
>
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