Hello,

You could do this in a few steps:
1) Command DSPLOG to the Printer, include only MSGIDS CPF1124 and
CPF1164
2) Command CPYSPLF to a PF
3) Create a Query/SQL/etc. that includes only the "Severity = 00',
and sort by the Job Number and Msg ID

This will show you the Start and Stop times for each job.

HTH



Thanx,

Nick



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Hello.
I had sent the question included herein to be posted on RPG 400
programming
to rpg400-l-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxx; however, it got rejected since the
moderator considered it had nothing to do with RPG programming. Well,
since
they advised me to send it to this forum, I am proceeding as suggested and
hope this time around it gets approved for posting. Thank you, in advance.
The message I would like to be posted is as follows:

Hello.
First of all, I am not a programmer, so what I'm looking for is some sort
of
guidance with a project I have.
I know AS/400 from a user/administrative perspective but I have been asked
to come up with a way to export the start and end times of jobs running in
QBATCH subsystem to a flat file that then can be exported to a document
such
as a spreasheet. This is to reflect the times both start, end and the
obtain
the elapsed time for a series of jobs that run in a daily basis.

Since I have no prior programming experience on RPG or COBOL or the sort,
I
have no clue on how to do this (well, so maybe someone can start by
recommending me to study programming in this environment but I would like
to
take that approach only if necessary)
I have tools such as the entire IBM ISeries Access for Windows kit (That
comes with a green screen 5250 emulator and Windows Navigator interface)
but
cannot seem to find a way to do that here.
If I could only find a way to capture the start and end times of jobs
(from
job log) and export that information to a file, that's basically all I
need.

Any one has any idea? Maybe someone can even refer me to a proper forum.
Thanks a lot for any help.....In advance.

Regards,
Moris

rpg400-l-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxx

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