Doesn't job accounting track this.

On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 1:28 PM, Dennis <iseries@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Chill. . . It was an honest question. . . Wanted to see what I had missed.
My post doesn't invalidate your points, but the fact that it also is not
idyllic and not to be done practically without a program needed (I believe)
to be expressed.

I actually had been up - as I usually am - quite some time before posting.
_my_ mood is good.
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"CRPence" <CRPbottle@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 02-Jun-2011 03:30 , Dennis Lovelady wrote:
<ed: add attribution> CRPence wrote the day before:
Perhaps "better", since instead of a program to process those
additional data queue entries, a DSPJRN can be performed to
produce results [specific to those batch jobs] directed to an
output file, then a report produced against just the specific
information generated or selecting and reporting about only the
information of interest.

Sorry... but you're suggesting this is better because it doesn't
require a program? What is the basis? It is choice, of course, but
I like the DQ approach much better because it is event-related,
whereas the DSPJRN is after the fact and relatively clumsy. <<SNIP>>

Whatever. Somebody apparently woke up too early or on the wrong side
of the bed, both for having temporarily forgotten the meaning of both
/perhaps/ and "scare quotes" and for having missed the emphasized
concern from the OP about having to process *every* status for *every*
OUTQ. I apologize too, for offering any comment then... and now.

Regards, Chuck
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