You've another reply that showed me something in WRKACTJOB - very cool.

In short, these are host server jobs, and they are started under a certain user profile. When you connect, you sign in, and the job runs under your credentials.

If you see any of us talk about swapping profiles, that is what is happening here.

At the time - I repeat here what others have said - at the time, your profile is locked, as it's in use for running the job.


On 12/8/2015 4:42 PM, Justin Dearing wrote:

QZDASOINIT were the jobs. Next question though. If the QZDASOINIT jobs were
under my user profile, why did they not show up under WRKUSRPRF?

Second, my QCMDEXC call is calling QSH, and the QSH doesn't seem to be
waiting for my pase process (a PHP script) to end. Any easy way to make it


On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 5:20 PM Justin Dearing <zippy1981@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I wrote a cursor in SqlWorkbench/J. Generated some PASE commands with sql
string concatenation so I could loop through with a cursor and execute. It
failed terribly and the job won't die. WRKUSRJOB only shows my greenscreen
job as active and a bunch of OUTQ status jobs. So how do I find the job
created by the JDBC connection so I can kill it?


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