If you use these programs you increase your "freedom". You do not have to check the active jobs every minute. Just...
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submit the first CL program and it will send you a message when any job is in the specified status (MSGW, HLD etc.) The idea is not to only watch the job status. I think it is more. If you modify the program it can alert you, when a specified user signed on or a specified subsystem started etc.
- You do not have to use the WRKACTJOB in this program. If you use WRKCFGSTS you can monitor a LINE,CTL,DEV etc. when became active.
- The type of alert can be modified too. I use SNDDST to send an e-mail to my address at my mobile phone provider. I use a mail notification service and they send me an SMS when I get an e-mail. The SMS contains the subject of e-mail sent by the AS/400. It works fine. It is good thing, when I started a lot of jobs to run for the weekend and those have to finish by Monday morning. I can be sure there is no MSGW or HLD status! I use SNDBRKMSG when I'm in a computer room or in my workshop. Easy to hear a big beep if an MSGW occur while you use another application!
It is a simple solution for daily problems, made in CL without API-s and easy to understand. We have used this for about 3 years. It became a standard and helpful tool for us! If you have any questions about this tip, you can e-mail Jozsef Petrovszki. Additional tip: If you use serial jobq to run your jobs, submit an SNDDST or SNDBRKMSG command after the jobs and you will be notified when all your jobs finished!
1st. Caller program: Compile to name ALERT the code: PGM PARM(&STS) DCL VAR(&ERROR) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(1) DCL VAR(&STS) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(4) DCL VAR(&TXT) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(60) START: OVRPRTF FILE(QPDSPAJB) HOLD(*YES) WRKACTJOB OUTPUT(*PRINT) DLTOVR FILE(QPDSPAJB) CHKOBJ OBJ(QTEMP/ALERTJOB) OBJTYPE(*FILE) MONMSG MSGID(CPF9801) EXEC(DO) CRTPF FILE(QTEMP/ALERTJOB) RCDLEN(132) ENDDO CPYSPLF FILE(QPDSPAJB) TOFILE(QTEMP/ALERTJOB) + SPLNBR(*LAST) DLTSPLF FILE(QPDSPAJB) SPLNBR(*LAST) CALL PGM(yourlib/ALERTW) PARM(&STS &ERROR &TXT) IF COND(&ERROR *EQ '1') THEN(DO) SNDDST TYPE(*LMSG) TOINTNET((email@example.com)) + DSTD('alert') LONGMSG(B) SUBJECT(&TXT) SNDBRKMSG MSG(&TXT) TOMSGQ(DSP01 DSP02 DSP06 DSP07) GOTO CMDLBL(END) ENDDO DLYJOB DLY(180) GOTO CMDLBL(START) END: ENDPGM
2nd: Finder program: Compile to name ALERTW This program called by the first CL program (ALERT) Before you compile it you have to create a workfile in qtemp with CRTPF FILE(QTEMP/ALERTJOB) RCDLEN(132) command!
PGM PARM(&STS &ERROR &TXT) DCL VAR(&STS) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(4) DCL VAR(&ERROR) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(1) DCL VAR(&TXT) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(60) DCLF FILE(QTEMP/ALERTJOB) CHGVAR VAR(&ERROR) VALUE('0') READ: RCVF RCDFMT(ALERTJOB) MONMSG MSGID(CPF0864) EXEC(GOTO CMDLBL(END)) IF COND(%SST(&ALERTJOB 111 4) *EQ &STS) + THEN(DO) CHGVAR VAR(&ERROR) VALUE('1') CHGVAR VAR(&TXT) VALUE(&STS *CAT ' status : ' *CAT + %SST(&ALERTJOB 29 6) *CAT '/' *CAT + %SST(&ALERTJOB 17 10) *TCAT '/' *CAT + %SST(&ALERTJOB 4 10) *CAT '!!!') ENDDO GOTO READ END: ENDPGM