AS/400 – View license and version information of Robot job scheduler

Robot Job Scheduler
Hi, Please let me know how I can view the license and version information of a Robot job scheduler.

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I think the command to use is RSLVER. This should list the release & mod levels of all the software on your system.

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  • Whatis23
    If you're not too familiar with Robot, their website is pretty informative:
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  • Herbina
    you can do wrklicinf and see the details of all s/w on yuor system.
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  • Whatis23
    wrklicinf is intended for IBM based software only unless the 3rd party vendor specifically populates the database. On our systems, iTera populated the list but Robot, Data Mirror, Pathfinder, etc did not.
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  • Lovemyi
    If you go to the Help Systems menu with the RBO command, there is F10=Robot Versions. Press function F10 will take you to the following screen RSL712 Installed Help/Systems Products 08:58:58 Start list at Product Options 1=License Code Entry Opt Product Release Date EZVIEW R07M38 070518 HELP/NET R02M43 011213 ROBOT SYSTEM LIBRARY R01M96 070423 ROBOT/ALERT R05M40 070208 ROBOT/CONSOLE R04M31 070521 ROBOT/SCHEDULE R09M42 060817 To look at the License Code Information just enter a 1 in front of the product you want to see the details for. Lovemyi
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  • 07091988ramya
    how to view the jobs scheduled on robo ?and i want previous logs?
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  • welchg
    We are going to upgrade to 7.3 I want to make sure all my 3rd party software is compatible. I think I know all of them but want to make sure. Is there a way to display those?
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  • TheRealRaven
    @welchg : No, it can't be guaranteed. The WRKLICINF command will give access to license info for all IBM licensing as well as all 3rd-party licensing that follows IBM standards.

    Most 3rd-party products that I've seen use their own schemes that require their own methods to determine license validities and levels. Use WRKLICINF to gather as much as possible, but then look into documentation of each non-standard product to learn what must be done in each individual case. Practically all will be different.
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