The is an excellent description of this utility along with code examples in
the April 1996 edition of Midrange Computing.

If you would like a copy of the article email me offline.

Michael Smith

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Subject: Jobq monitor utility

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Hi everyone,

I know some of this has been talked about before but I was hoping someone
could send a little more light on this topic.  I'm looking for hints on
where to begin writing a jobq monitor utility.  I've searched through the archives and the articles on the iSeriesnetwork site and have
found valuable stuff on APIs but am still at a loss as to HOW to code a
never-ending job that 'wakes up' and then processes a job queue.  Tom
Liotta's shareware utilities work great when I manually kick them off, but I
sure would like to automate the process.  Any suggestions or advice would be
greatly appreciated.

Theresa Luebeck
AS/400 Systems Manager
Fiskars Consumer Products, Inc.

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