One somewhat hidden feature of the Work with Active Jobs (WRKACTJOB)display is that it can be sorted in any number...
of ways. The easiest way to sort the display is to position the cursor over a WRKACTJOB column heading and press F16. For example, placing the cursor over the "CPU %" column and pressing F16 will sort all the jobs by percentage of the CPU used.
You can also call WRKACTJOB and specify a value for the SEQ parameter, which specifies in which sequence the jobs are displayed. The possible SEQ parameter values and short descriptions are shown below:
Parameter Description ====================================== *SBS subsystem (default) *JOB job name *TYPE job type and job name within the same type *POOL system pool *PTY priority *CPU processing time used since the job started *INT number of operator interactions *RSP average response time *AUXIO auxiliary storage I/O operations *CPUPCT percent of CPU resource used *USER user name *FUNCTION function field *STS status field *NUMBER job number *THREADS number of active threads