Writing command WJ that will do the same thing as WRKACTJOB?

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need you help once more. I want to create a cl program. instead of wrinting wrkactjob, i want to write wj having the same result. The problem is i don´t know programming, so if somebody could make a clp to me so i could read it and understand it, it would be great. Tanx a lot
ASKED: May 6, 2011  3:41 PM
UPDATED: May 6, 2011  5:28 PM

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Are you asking to have a commad WJ that will do the same thing as WRKACTJOB?*
If you want to do it without any programming.
CRTDUPOBJ OBJ(savlibl) FROMLIB(*LIBL) OBJTYPE(*CMD) TOLIB(QGPL) NEWOBJ(WJ)

my purpose is to start programming, so i think this is a fine way of training.

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  • Aringarosa
    that's right CharliBrown
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  • Aringarosa
    by the way, is there any way to know wich libraries are added when i login the system?
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  • TomLiotta
    How much of WRKACTJOB do you want to emulate? Do you want all of the same parms or do you simply want a shortcut for WRKACTJOB with no parms? A simple shortcut doesn't require programming if the emulated command string is 32 bytes or less. If some parms need to be exposed, it might not make good sense to create a short-cut name. Tom
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  • CharlieBrowne
    Regarding your libraries added. Do you have a command lib. If so, you can DSPLIBL. * I think it mightr be a good idea for you to get some books/manuals and do a little reading and research. You will retain the information better as opposed to just getting answers for someone else.
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