So what do you get when you run DSPLOG JOB(812082/UROPER/CNSRDC9)? Any indication of what was running just before completion?

Gary Monnier

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Subject: Re: Job ran halfway thru, then vanished except for 2 QPDSPJOB spool files in QEZDEBUG.

Thanks Gary, Rob, Chuck,

I did get dsplog to reveal this -

CPF1164 00 COMPLETION Job 812082/UROPER/CNSRDC9 ended on 05/01/12 at 16:13:24; .889 seconds used; end code 0
CNSRDC9 UROPER 812082 QWTMCEOJ 0000 05/01/12 16:13:24.379108 UROPER

As the job is no longer in the system, because it "thinks" it ran normally I can't do the dspjoblog against it as Chuck suggested but I did post the spool files generated yesterday.

QPDSPJOB1 spool file -

QPDSPJOB2 spool file -

(taking my thinking cap off now)
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