How to Force a Joblog.

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It used to be that a JOBD with Message logging of 4 0 *seclvl would always force a joblog. This has changed in V5R3. My Sarbanes Oxley requires a joblog for superusers and above. How can I force a joblog to be produced at signoff for these user types?

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Hi,

Maybe the easiest way is to change the default on the SIGNOFF command to LOG(*LIST) instead of LOG(*NOLIST).

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

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  • TomLiotta
    Note that "superusers and above" will have no problem avoiding the *LIST parameter attribute. They can simply enter SIGNOFF *NOLIST. However, review the Command Analyzer Change Exit Program for the QIBM_QCA_CHG_COMMAND exit point. If someone enters LOG(*NOLIST), consider forcing it to be LOG(*LIST). Tom
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    It used to be that a JOBD with Message logging of 4 0 *seclvl would always force a joblog. When did that ever "force" a joblog? (Especially after SIGNOFF *NOLIST was excuted.) Tom
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