You are correct.  As soon as one link in the chain is broken, the chain
ceases to exist.  I suspect that if you restored the missing link, that the
chain would re-heal itself.


Al Barsa, Jr.
Barsa Consulting Group, LLC


914-251-9406 fax

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In the normal course of operations, our journal receivers are deleted from
the system several days after they have been detached from the journal and
saved to backup.  If such a receiver is restored to the system, is it
"chained" to the journal?  I.e., will it be included in any xxxJRNE
command that uses RCVRNG(*CURCHAIN)?

Obviously, if interceding receivers are missing, an older receiver
restored could not be "chained".  So I imagine that receiver prior to the
oldest one in the chain must be restored.

Advice welcomed.


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