Would QIPLSTS tell you?

On Mon, 2021-12-13 at 15:41 +0000, Rob Berendt wrote:
How can you tell if the last IPL was done in manual or normal mode?
Changing the panel changes the value of DSPIPLA on the fly. (just tested and confirmed this)

So far the closest I've found is
CPF0905 - Attended IPL in progress.
CPF0903 - Unattended IPL in progress.

With CPF0903 you'll see:
CPI35AB - Apply PTF started.
With CPF0905 you will not see CPI35AB and you'll end up with WRKPTFGRP showing stuff like:
Apply at next IPL

Any other way to check? Someone could purge DSPLOG.

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