Specify *PGMQ for the reply message queue.  Then use the QMHRCVM API using the
message key returned from QMHSNDM to get the reply message.
In looking at the documentation for QMHSNDM, you should be able to specify
*SYSOPR for the message queue.


-----Original Message-----
From: Titus Kruse [mailto:t_kruse@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2005 9:11 AM
To: C400-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [C400-L] Re: Sending inquiry message in batch job



Ok, let me ask a last question: When I send an inquiry  message to QSYSOPR,
a reply message queue must also be specified. Which message queue would you
prefer?


"Ulrich, Kent" <Kent.Ulrich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> schrieb
im Newsbeitrag
news:3C334ACE3F6FEA4987F48F13ADD8D7AE0248DE1B@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
You can send it to QSYSOPR.  Alternately you could define a message queue
for
certain messages and use it.  I have a data area that I use which contains a
set of message queue names for specific uses.  For example, a message queue
for
program exceptions etc. which is connected to a designated person.

Kent





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