Works for me. The queue needs to either, a) be empty, or b) have the
entries keyed with a timestamp of some sort so the data queue program
picks up the correct entry.
Safest given the problem, clear the queue prior as a very first step in
the control group.
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On 1/11/2013 9:43 AM, Ken Sims wrote:
Hi Jim and Jeff -
On Fri, 11 Jan 2013 08:15:46 -0600, Jim Oberholtzer
>3) BRMS Exit program waits to see the data queue entry. Start up
If I'm correctly interpreting the flow of events, personally I would
>program enqueues the entry. I would clear the data queue in any case at
>the end of the control group. Maybe a bit later by another job so you
>can inspect the contents of the queue if you want, but clearly it has to
>be clear when the process starts
clear the data queue in the exit program right before starting the
controlling subsystem. That seems the safest to me.
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