Web applications fail in AS/400

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AS/400
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Sometimes we face a problem with users deal with Web Application server who deals in turn with AS/400. All of the jobs work under "QZDASOINIT" with the same IP and userID"WEB". There is no way to reach which job is associated with a certain End User to decide what is source of problem?

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Power 7 8202 IBMi 7.1

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If you are getting a error or halt you can always reference the job using the job number.  Do a WRKACTJOB and sort it by job number then you can do a 5 and work with the job and see the joblog.

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  • chalenger
    As I said, all of that jobs imitated thru The WEB Server, I couldn't differentiate which job belongs to which enduser?
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  • ToddN2000
    I think i get it now. The "web" jobs halting with an error is not the main issues. You can find the job and fix the error with the method above. You want to know the actual end user..I don't know of a way of identifying the actual user attached to the "web" job.. Let me poke around a bit here and see if I can find anything...
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  • pdraebel
    Have you checked the "Connect" messages for the QZDASOINIT jobs ? (CPIAD09)
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  • ToddN2000
    That looks like it may do it pdraebel. Nice catch. IF you look at the QHST log you will see who established the connection. 
    User JOHNDOE from client 180.180.1.180 connected to job 767758/QUSER/QZDASOINIT
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