• Subject: Fwd: BPCS Reorg job
  • From: MacWheel99@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2001 13:59:59 EDT

I run SYS120C quite frequently in 405 CD in a controlled setting in which NO 
OTHER USERS are on BPCS at the time that it is running.  I always wait until 
I get the successful job end report, which lists the files that got actually 
reorganized, before doing anything else with the files.  The way I run it is 
F6 F18 F6 F6 so that all files that need reorg get reorg.

My suggestion to you is
1. Get yourself to such a controlled state, like right after a backup.
2. Pop-Up Menu-1 change your JOBQ to ON HOLD
3. Launch SYS120C to JOBQ
4. Pop-Up Menu-7 change the SYS120C job ... F10 2nd screen, change JOBQ to 4 
0 *SECLVL & change LOGCLPGM to *YES ... then release the SYS120C job to run 
... then Pop-Up Menu-1 change your JOBQ back to normal

You will get a JOBLOG that has a whole lot more information than what you 
shared with us.  When you figure out why this is failing, it will probably 
lead to discoveries about other things failing that you were not aware of.

Although you SAY you running this with all stuff correct, something has 
changed ... perhaps someone changed YOUR security & you not know it.

Understanding this requires technical knowlege of both BPCS & AS/400.

MacWheel99@aol.com (Alister Wm Macintyre) (Al Mac)
AS/400 Data Manager & Programmer for BPCS 405 CD Rel-02 mixed mode (twinax 
interactive & batch) @ http://www.cen-elec.com Central Industries of 
Indiana--->Quality manufacturer of wire harnesses and electrical 
sub-assemblies - fax # 812-424-6838

AS400  Mix Mode   BPCS V6.1.01

Job SYS120C has stopped running successfully.  This job was running fine
but I noticed today that it wasn't running anymore.  I can't say when it
stopped running as it doesn't really give a noticeable error msg and the
operator did not catch this.   When I run this in a controlled environment
today, I captured the msg below but it doesn't tell me much or I don't
understand what it's telling me.  I am running this with the correct lib
list and all object authority.

It says there is a file missing from BPCSF but it doesn't say which file it
is.  Does anyone know if there's some type of system file residing in
BPCSF that has anything to do with the SYS120C job running.  Basically the
msg below is what is showing in the joblog.

   Message . . . . :  -CALL SYS126 PARM('BPCSF     ' 'Y' 'N' 'N' '  ')
 40    04/02/01   13:58:44   QLIROHDL       QSYS        00D8     SYS126
   Message . . . . :   File  in library BPCSF not found.
   Cause . . . . . :   The file name or the library name is not correct.
If th
     library name was not specified, the file may be in a library that is
     contained in the library list. Recovery  . . . :   Correct the file or
     library name, or add the library name to the library list.  Then try
     request again.
 40    04/02/01   13:58:45   QMHUNMSG                   *N       SYS126
   Message . . . . :   Function check. CPF9812 unmonitored by SYS126 at
     74300, instruction X'030C'.
   Cause . . . . . :   An escape exception message was sent to a program
     did not monitor for that message. The full name of the program to
which th
     unmonitored message was sent is SYS126  . At the time the message was
     the program was stopped at higher level language statement number(s)
     If more than one statement number is shown, the program was a bound
 Optimization does not allow a single statement number to be determined. If
 *N is shown as a value, it means the actual value was not available.
 Recovery  . . . :   See the low level messages previously listed to locate
 the cause of the function check.  Correct any errors, and then try the
 request again.

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