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how to check the user that changed a scheduled job from held to release?? because we have a backup job in WRKJOBSCDE that is in held and being submitted daily manually. but what happen is that it run it self in QBATCH and we are also submitting the job again. so it create a duplicate backup on the tape. I want to know if who changed the held job to release by it self.

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thanks for the answer tom

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  • TomLiotta
    First, since there should only be a couple users who have the authority to change that job, the first thing you should do is ask them. It should only take a minute or so. But I suspect that many users have the authority even though they don't need it and you don't want them to use it, so you have no control.   So, you need to look for the T/JS entry in your system audit journal that logs the release from the job scheduler. It should be just a second or two at most before the T/JS entry that marks the start of the backup job.   If you aren't auditing for job events, I don't know how you can tell.   Tom
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