Hello,

I don't think this is related to data queues.

What program sends the CPD error message if you look at it in the joblog at
the to/from programs on the error? If it is SYS003B, then the
program name to submit to batch is somehow not getting passed to this
program via INV920D or from SYS003B to SYSOVRC. The SMBJOB command is used
to submit it to batch, and the 'JOB' parameter in that command should be
filled in with a program name, which is a name that is passed in as a
parameter by the caller to SYS003B, and which SYS003B uses to submit the job
to batch via SYS0VRC.

This is actually hard-coded into INV920D
as 'INV921B', and is passed on in the call to SYS003B and SYSOVRC, and no
BMRs at your release have been done on any of these 3 programs. Do you have
modifications to any of this that could be causing the error? I suggest
running the program in debug if you have source, to find out why and where
the parameter is being lost. Otherwise, report the incident to the Support
Center.

Thanks,

Genyphyr Novak
SSA GT

----- Original Message -----
From: "McGrath, Phillip" <PMcGrath@lear.com>
To: <bpcs-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 1:01 PM
Subject: INV920 Data Queues


> We are on BPCS Version 6.1.00.
>
> Do we need Data Queues set up to run INV920. We have multiple sites in UK
on
> various versions of V6.1, some have Data Queues set up, some don't. When
we
> run our version we get a CPD0078 message to say that the value for the
> parameter 'JOB' is blank, which seems to indicate we have some information
> missing.
> In a test environment it works fine, and we are able to submit batch jobs
> for other BPCS programs.
>
> Any ideas?
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