Hello, I am a unix and as400 user, you can do this by typing the command “wrkactjob sbs(qinter)” .
This command shows you the Active Jobs, and the sbs value filters the QInter subsystem,
where the logged in users have their jobs.
Hope this help you.
While the above is normally correct, this will depend on how your system is configured – most systems will use QINTER for their interactive jobs. Some systems may use QBASE for interactive jobs, while it’s also possible to setup other subsystems (you can define your own) for interactive jobs. Some companies use this to separate jobs from different departments for example.
If you run the WRKACTJOB command without the SBS parameter you will see all active jobs – the jobs with TYPE = INT are the current interactive jobs.