Help! I have a batch job that copies a file from the IFS to my System
i5. The file comes from outside the company and is approximately 6 GB,
so it takes a little time to fully arrive in the IFS. In my CL program
I monitor for messages CPFA09E, CPA0702 and CPF0000 and execute a
DLYJOB command and return to the failing copy program until it finally
arrives. When I test this CL, it works correctly, but in production,
it doesn't "catch" the MONMSG, and the system operator receives the
CPFA09E message.

This is very frustrating, as I've tried submitting the test run using
exactly the same parameters as the production run, with the same
results. The test works perfectly, the production job does not.

Has anyone else had this experience, or can someone give me a clue as
to where to continue investigating?

Thank you,

Rick Marchini
Associated Banc-Corp
IT Services

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