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Re: QUADJRN receivers have saved date and time = ZEROS



fixed

Chuck...see prior messages. Rob's intuition was correct, the receivers
were in QSYS.

Charles


On Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 2:21 PM, CRPence <CRPbottle@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 10-Jun-2014 11:57 -0500, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

Should these receivers even be in QSYS?


That inquiry seems possibly to have been influenced by the lack of the
OP having shown that the output was from a DSPJRNRCVA of a specific
*JRNRCV, for which neither the receiver name nor its library name was
included. There was no implication that the receivers were in the library
QSYS, only that the *JRN [named QAUDJRN] associated with that Journal
Receiver was in the library QSYS. If there was no such influence on the
origin of that inquiry, or merely FWiW as more general interest, then...

Journal Receivers should never be created in QSYS. They are potentially
/disturbing/ to install and both save and recovery [install] scenarios with
both DSLO and SAVSYS. They are best avoided rather than trying to figure
out how to resolve any issues that might result from having created any
there; i.e. I doubt that the issues that they cause [due to naming and
auto-creation with a different name], are either generally eliminated or
otherwise easily overcome [most notably, the likelihood of eventual name
collision causing problems with either user-managed or system-managed
receiver management processing].

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Regards, Chuck

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