Hi Carel -

Yeah...that's what I'm using...well, the retrieve call stack API anyway. I
have an inactivity monitor that monitors the message queue specified in
system values QINACTITV and QINACTMSGQ. I need to know if an interactive
user is using certain program, and do something different if they are.

On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 4:10 PM, Carel Teijgeler <coteijgeler@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Trigger PGMs may be locked to a job and cannot be replaced at
recompilation. You can check it with WRKOBJLCK *PGM

Back to the OP with some questions:
What exactly do you mean with active PGM in an inactive job?
For what purpose, just curious?

I think it will be using the List Active Jobs API combined with the
Retrieve Call Stack API, as you alredy said.

With regards,
Carel Teijgeler

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On 29-10-2009 at 13:25 Charles Wilt wrote:

Unlike *FILEs, *PGM objects are not locked by use.

On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 12:03 PM, James H. H. Lampert
Michael Ryan wrote:
I have an inactivity monitor that I need to change to check to see if a
certain program is in the inactive job's stack. I thought I saw a thread
about that, but I can't find it. Any suggestions? Thanks!

If you're looking around in general, maybe looking for locks on the
program might be of use.

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