• Subject: Re: using DTAQ in COBOL
  • From: "Simon Coulter" <shc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 20 Sep 00 12:08:56 +1000

M
Hello Mary,

You wrote:
>Hope you have time to help me...I've got the program working with the data
>que and used several of your suggestions...I have only one problem..the
>program stops updating the records about twice a day.  If I stop the program
>and restart it, it starts updating again..I know it reads the correct dataq
>records because the first thing I do is write them to a history file...just
>no updates...there are no messages in the job log...any ideas. 

Given that the program is receiving the data queue entries because you see them 
in the 
log file then I'd put money on it being a logic flaw in your program.  Maybe 
some flag 
is being set and not reset properly.  Maybe a counter is overflowing.  Who 
knows from 
this distance.  Service the job and debug it while the problem is occurring.  
Is there 
any pattern at all to the failure (e.g., time of day, hours active, records 
processed, 
record type, etc., etc.)?

Regards,
Simon Coulter.


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