I'm guessing you were running with JOBMSGQFL(*PRTWRAP).

Try CHGJOB LOG(0 00 *NOLIST) LOGCLPGM(*NO) JOBMSGQFL(*WRAP).

On Fri, Sep 17, 2021 at 9:02 AM <Debra.Fitzgerald@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Today I did a test using CHGJOB to try to turn off generating a spooled
joblog on the SQLRPGLE prgram during a debug session.
Step 1: CHGJOB LOG(4 00 *NOLIST) LOGCLPGM(*NO)
Step 2: STRDBG and run the SQLRPGLE program interactively.
Result:
The job still generated many spool files.
Did I not use the correct CHGJOB parameters?
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