AS/400: OF // JOBQ-NO

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What is the meaning OF // IF JOBQ-NO?

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That looks suspiciously like OCL.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    The Job Queue Properties window is displayed when a user creates a Job Queue. To view/modify for a Queue, right click the queues' and select Edit or View.
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  • azohawk
    If that is in an RPG IV or RPG Free program, that would be a commented out line of source code.
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  • Splat
    That looks suspiciously like OCL.

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  • TheRealRaven
    Context is needed. It can have different meanings that depend on where you see it. Please include at least a couple of lines from before and after the line so we can guess the context.
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  • marcelaml
    Is a OCL36 : A few lines of code:
    // IF EVOKED-YES GOTO MENSAJE      
    // IF JOBQ-YES GOTO MENSAJE        
    // EVALUATE P51='?L'351,20'?'    ............
    .......................
    // TAG MENSAJE                            
    // * 'INGRESAR FECHA A LISTAR (AAAMMDD)'  
    // LOCAL OFFSET-1,DATA-?R?                  
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  • Splat
    IIRC, // IF JOBQ-NO would mean the job is not running in batch.
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  • marcelaml
    Thanks

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  • ToddN2000
    I agree with Splat. After seeing more of the code posted for reference it made more sense.
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