Amitava most likely you will find that this user has a different job description that specifies a different logging level. The logging level determines whether you can retrieve previous commands. Set it to a higher level - I would suggest a value but am not at a machine right now - best that you prompt the command and read the help text. Remember to check/alter the job description if necessary. You could also check to see whether logging is being changed via a CHGJOB in the initial program Regards Evan Harris >Hi >We have an user for whom F9 is not retrieving commands (of course he has >access to command line). I copied his user profile to a new one. Opened a >session using that new user-id, same thing happened in my workstation (pc) >too. F9 is behaving in a strange way (both for him and the new user >profile in my workstation). >Suppose I entered WRKSPLF command in screen-1, pressed ENTER, it went to >spool file screen. If I press F9 there, it is retrieving 'WRKSPLF' >command. But if I come back to screen-1 by pressing F12, and then press >F9, it does not do anything. What may be the problem? Where can I fix it? >Thank you for your help >Amitava
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