Command Work with Active Job (WRKACTJOB) are used to show the performance and job status on the system. All job activities on the system can be seen using this command. Many parameters can be used for displaying active jobs. Here are the parameters that I use often:
Default Command Work with active job:
The default command will display all active jobs on the system without any filters sorted alphabetically by subsystem. At the command line, type WRKACTJOB then press Enter.
Active job on specific subsystem:
Through command line, type WRKACTJOB SBS (BATCH) then press Enter. Displays all jobs in the QBATCH subsystem.
Active job witch specific job:
Through the command line, type WRKACTJOB JOB (MYJOB1) then press Enter.
Or using generic job name, through the command line type WRKACTJOB JOB (MYJOB*) then press Enter.