We have a writer that ALWAYS seems to end after printing every spool--
file and needs to be started again for the next one
Here is a joblog and it seems to be code 20.
But what does it mean, and more importantly, how is it rectified?
We are on V5r4
Additional Message Information
Message ID . . . . . . : CPF1164 Severity . . . . . . . : 00
Message type . . . . . : Completion
Date sent . . . . . . : 01/08/13 Time sent . . . . . . : 12:52:37
Message . . . . : Job 057272/QSPLJOB/WPVPICK1 ended on 01/08/13 at 12:52:37;
8 seconds used; end code 20 .
Cause . . . . . : Job 057272/QSPLJOB/WPVPICK1 completed on 01/08/13 at
12:52:37 after it used 8 seconds processing unit time. The job had ending
code 20. The job ended after 1 routing steps with a secondary ending code of
0. The job ending codes and their meanings are as follows:
0 - The job completed normally.
10 - The job completed normally during controlled ending or controlled
20 - The job exceeded end severity (ENDSEV job attribute).
30 - The job ended abnormally.
40 - The job ended before becoming active.
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