SUBMITTION A JOB IN BATCH ?

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AS/400 printing
I have submitted a job to run in batch mode for every Thursday . I would like to know where this job will be located before executing ? I have checked with WRKSBMJOB , WRKSBSJOB, WRKJOBQ ... I could not find . Can any one help me in this ? Thanks in Advance .

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SBMJOB

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Hi,
you can try this command, Work with Job Schedule Entries WRKJOBSCDE. One more you can try is WRKUSRJOB.

Hope this will help.

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  • TomLiotta
    We need to know the command that "submitted a job to run in batch mode for every Thursday" before an answer is certain. There seem to be three possibilities. You might have used SBMJOB. This would 'submit' a job and could schedule it to start on Thursday. But it's not able to have it run "every" Thursday. It might no longer exist in the system. You might have used ADDJOBSCDE to add a job to the system job scheduler. This could schedule the job to be submitted every Thursday. Or you might be using the IBM Advanced Job Scheduler, or a scheduler such as Robot/SCHEDULER or other 3rd-party product. <disclaimer> I am employed by Help/Systems, but I'm not familiar with any 3rd-party schedulers. </disclaimer> There are many possibilities. Some of them might be unfamiliar to all of us. We need to know how you did the submission. Tom
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  • Mffa
    Probably you can't find the job because it finishes before you issue the command WRKSBMJOB. It help if you know in which job queue it runs. Assuming you used SBMJOB as described. You should check the command SBMJOB parameter JOBQ (job queue). If has the default value '*JOBD' (Job Description) then the JOBQ is the one assigned for the job defined in the parameter JOBD, use command DSPJOBD JOBD(lib/jobdescription) to check the JobQ. If this JOBD has the default values *USRPRF , then the JOBQ is the one assigned the job description in the user profile who submits the job, use command DSPUSRPRF USRPRF(user) (if you have authority) to retrieve job description.
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  • Abdulonas400
    Thanks Mr. TomLiotta . Yes I had used SBMJOB, now I have used for regular intervals by using addjobscde command.
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