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Hi Martin,<div>&nbsp;</div> you can obtain the "JOB THAT*JOINED*MEMBER" info executing following cmd:<div>&nbsp;</div> D XCF,GRP,IXCLO008,ALL IXC333I 10.36.40 DISPLAY XCF 584 INFORMATION FOR GROUP IXCLO008 MEMBER NAME: SYSTEM: JOB ID: STATUS: M718 SYSX NETX ACTIVE M719 SYS1 NET1 ACTIVE M723 SYST NETT ACTIVE M725 SYSM NETM ACTIVE M726 SYSL NETL ACTIVE M728 SYS2 NET2 ACTIVE M729 SYSZ NETZ ACTIVE M730 SYSN NETN ACTIVE M731 SYSY NETY ACTIVE

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Hello Christian. Sorry to take so long to reply to your comment:<div>&nbsp;</div> (I'll admit it somehow slipped through my net and I noticed it now because I refer to it in another blog post.)<div>&nbsp;</div> The issue - for me - is that I don't get to issue operator commands. (And I suspect "in house" Performance people don't get to do it either, or at least would rather the information was in the SMF record.)<div>&nbsp;</div> But thanks for your comment. And, is there anything else from D XCF that really ought to be in the appropriate SMF record? (Perhaps it is but nobody knows it, but equally if it's not I could pursue it with RMF Development.)

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And the URL of the other blog entry is: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/blogs/page/MartinPacker?entry=db2_data_sharing_and_xcf