• Subject: Re: routing entries
  • From: Patrick Townsend <townsend@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 16:16:57 -0800
  • Organization: Patrick Townsend & Associates, Inc.

Paul,

The sequence number defines the search order of the routing entries.
Routing entries are searched from lowest sequence number to highest
until the compare data matches the program request. That's why the 9999
entry is a catch-all entry for *ANY. 

Patrick

Paul Ellison wrote:
> 
> I appreciate the answers to my last question very much!  It's nice to have 
>this resource out there.  Another question please:
> 
> What exactly does the sequence # in the routing entries display have to do 
>with adding new entries.  Such as:
> 
> seq nbr 200     compare 'QCMDB'
>         9999    compare *any
> 
> If I add an entry should it be above or below the QCMDB in the sequence?  
>It's a live sbs and not too much experimental ability on the system.
> 
> Thanks much in advance,
> 
> Paul Ellison
> Technical Analyst
> Harolds Stores Inc.
> 
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