Program to process command

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AS/400 commands
COMMANDS
Compiled Command
OS/400
V5R4
Is there a way to tell what program is processing a compiled command?

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How about dspcmd
Phil

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  • carlosdl
    You will need to provide more details What operating system/platform are you referring to ?
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  • SrEsteban
    AS/400, or iSeries, or System i, OS/400 V5R4
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  • Dcantwell
    I'm not really sure what you mean... But, just a guess, I would do the following in a separate session:
  • Use WRKACTJOB to find your current JOB
  • Take option 5 "Work with"
  • Take option 11 "Display Call Stack, if Active"
  • That will show you the order of all items the job is currently using. The last item in the list is the most current. So you would call it LIFO (Last in First Out). Therefore, whatever called the most current item would be the item before it.
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  • SrEsteban
    Tried that: Had to change my job to another seclevel, displayed the job, pressed F1 and then F9 to actually see the programs being called. Thanks.
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  • SrEsteban
    The DSPCMD is what I was looking for. Thank you very much.
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