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>"fundle"?  Uh, Anton, your translator garbled something there. <g>

Well, i learned that kind of english from Steve Martin's "Dead men don't
wear plaid", so please be patient, i promise to not cook you his kind of
java... ;-)

>You know what, though, I think I like that word.  "Don't fundle around with
>Anyway, I concur with what you said about "fiddling" with IBM objects.
>Normally I would simply take the approach you suggested, creating a
>separate program with parms to call the DSPJOBLOG command with *OWNER
>adopted authority yada yada.  The problem with that scenario is that the
>user was attempting to view the job log of an active job using option 10
>from the "Work with Job" menu.

You can override the msgf.  I managed to replace DSPJB by WRKJOB, i'm quite
confident that one can replace DSPJOBLOG by a MYJOBLOG or something like that.

>   AFAIK, my only hope is to create my own
>DSPJOBLOG command that appears higher in the library list than the one
>in QSYS.  This command's CPP would do the things you suggested and I
>presume this would work as a solution.  This assumes that option 10 does
>not qualify the DSPJOBLOG command (and how would one determine that?)

By DSPMSG *ALL and search a little bit. (I don't like that LIBL approach at
all. That's why some of my commands are fully qualified with QSYS/cmdxxx ;-)

>But what a mess!  Now I have to create a new library that has to be put
>above QSYS in the system library list by changing the QSYSLIBL system
>value.  Our QA & Security Audit teams will have a fun time with that.

They would have had much more fun wih your allow everybody to view anything
approach, wouldn't they? ;-)

Mit freundlichen Grüssen / best regards

Anton Gombkötö

Avenum Technologie GmbH
Wien - Mattsee - Stuttgart
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