iSeries native job scheduler -QJOBSCD

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I had heard that the job QJOBSCD is related to native job scheduler and it is responsible for the job submission to JOBQ but when I had given command WRKACTJOB JOB(QJOBSCD), I could not find the job. It's still active and the job scheduler is working fine.

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OS400/V7R1

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  • CharlieBrowne
    Use the command WRKJOB QJOBSCD Job QJOBSCD does not run in a subsystem.
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  • TomLiotta
    The WRKACTJOB JOB() parameter can't be used to select QJOBSCD. It's a system job. As CharlieBrowne said, it doesn't run in a subsystem. Read the help for the JOB() parameter. -- Tom
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  • Meetmeonline
    System jobs runs in AS400 when the iseries server starts without user input. The basic function of system jobs is to control system resources and perform system functions. The QJOBSC is a system job related to job scheduler that  controls the system's job scheduling functions. Qjobscd monitors the timers for job schedule entries and scheduled jobs. As mentioned above this cannot be used with WRKACTJOB. You can check using WRKJOB command.
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  • TomLiotta
    You can't use the WRKACTJOB JOB() parameter to find the job by name. However, you can use the JOB() parameter to narrow the list; you just have to follow the instructions given in the help text for the JOB() parameter. -- Tom
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