Maybe I did not expressed correctly. I am actually trying to get a count of the minutes spent in dial-up connections. I have searched in some performance redbooks but did not find a way to do it.
IIRC, when you create a *ASYNC line you can specify a particular queue
for the messages it sends. There is a system value (QCFGMSGQ) that
allows you to specify the name of the queue.
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Any chance that when they go active, and inactive, that a message is
logged into DSPLOG? If you find the two message id's then you could do a
DSPLOG MSGID(CPF1234 CPF2345)
Also, there are messaging products out there that may help you with this.
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