Tips and Techniques: Subsetting WRKACTJOB
The Work with Active Jobs (WRKACTJOB) command has been around forever, and I'm sure most--if not all--of you have used it. But did you know that you can actually subset the data you view with that command?
If you simply type WRKACTJOB and press Enter, you get a screen that shows the list of all the active jobs for each subsystem on the machine. Prompting WRKACTJOB gives you the display shown in Figure 1, which doesn't offer any indication that there are any more options to the command. But there are.
Just press the infamous F10, and the command prompt will show you the additional, hidden parameters
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