If you're on v5r1 you can use QWVRCSTK.

Otherwise I have a shareware program that will retrive the call stack
(invocation stack) of any job into an array.  Go to the below site, click on
'Programs in Use', then scroll halfway down.

Bernard Burchell
Precosis Pty Ltd
http://www.precosis.com

Larry wrote:
The command DSPJOB OUTPUT(*PRINT) OPTION(*PGMSTK) will display the program
stack for the current job.  Does anyone know of a way to get this
information
in a RPG or C program?  I cannot find an API that provides it.




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