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We are closing sales and I keep getting a msg. ENSURE ALL SALES USERS AREOFF MONTHEND FAILED!... All users are logged off and I have manually checked all their computers and nothing. Is there a way to tell what users are still logged on? We are a small company of less than 10 people. I have dont WRKACTJOB and WRKSPLF *ALL, DSPMSG for qsecofr and qsysopr and all users... Any suggestions?

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Hi,

Have you tried doing a WRKOBJLCK libraryname *lib? This way you would see any locks that are holding up the job.

Sometimes there could be a library in the users library list that is holding a lock on a job. When you do the WRKOBJLCK command on the library or file, it will show who is still locking the object.

TPinky

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  • Gilly400
    Hi, I suspect this is something in your application program. Maybe a user has switched their screen off or cancelled their emulation program while they were still using the program, leaving some data marked as "in use" in the application. I suggest you contact your support person for the software. Regards, Martin Gilbert.
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    Hi, Just another thought - maybe you have a menu in your application with an oprion to reset this. It's worth taking a look to see if there's an option for this. Regards, Martin Gilbert.
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  • graybeard52
    This is an application message, not a system message. Some applications use a job control file that gets an entry when a user logs on, then deletes it when they log out. If they abort the log out due to X'ing the application or due to an error message, it leaves stranded job control records. What is your primary application ? Mapics, JDE, etc. Someone here might know the file you need to clean up.
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