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RE: routing entries


  • Subject: RE: routing entries
  • From: Neil Palmer <npalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 17:34:46 -0700

fixed

Actually, my example should have been reversed:

        Seq #           Routing Data

        50      DEPT501
        51      DEPT502
        52      DEPT503
        53      DEPT50
        54      DEPT5



... Neil Palmer                                     AS/400~~~~~      
... NxTrend Technology - Canada     ____________          ___  ~     
... Thornhill, Ontario,  Canada     |OOOOOOOOOO| ________  o|__||=   
... Phone: (905) 731-9000  x238     |__________|_|______|_|______)   
... Cell.: (416) 565-1682  x238      oo      oo   oo  oo   OOOo=o\   
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        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Neil Palmer 
        Sent:   Tuesday, February 03, 1998 5:40 PM
        To:     'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
        Subject:        RE: routing entries

        System checks for matching routing data starting at sequence 1.
Usually
        you have a sequence 9999 catch-all entry of *ANY.
        This allows sort of generic matching on routing data.  For
example:

        Seq #           Routing Data

        50      DEPT5
        51      DEPT50
        52      DEPT501
        53      DEPT502
        54      DEPT503

        Etc.

        ... Neil Palmer                                     AS/400~~~~~

        ... NxTrend Technology - Canada     ____________          ___  ~

        ... Thornhill, Ontario,  Canada     |OOOOOOOOOO| ________
o|__||=   
        ... Phone: (905) 731-9000  x238
|__________|_|______|_|______)   
        ... Cell.: (416) 565-1682  x238      oo      oo   oo  oo
OOOo=o\   
        ... Fax:   (905) 731-9202
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 
        ... mailto:NPalmer@NxTrend.com          http://www.NxTrend.com


                -----Original Message-----
                From:   Paul Ellison [SMTP:ellison@harolds.net]
                Sent:   Tuesday, February 03, 1998 3:01 PM
                To:     'Midrange ListServ'
                Subject:        routing entries

                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
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