We utilize LEI to move DB2 data to certain Domino databases.  This data
movement is triggered by our own processes and DB2 to DB2 movements.  As
a result we schedule 99% of our LEI activity from the System i and not
from within LEI.  Works great but we have a few activities that tend to
fail on a somewhat 'regular' basis.  As best I can tell LEI activities
run via the RUNDOMCMD CALL LEIACT process will not send tactile feedback
to the calling program.  I am trying to figure out if there is a way to
determine the status of an LEI activity from the System i (ie: CL



                        RUNDOMCMD CALL LEIACT 'LEI ACTIVITY'


                        CALL PGM (TO CHECK ACTIVITY STATUS)


                        IF STATUS = 'BAD' THEN DO

                                    ERROR LOGIC



Michael Crump


Manager, Computing Services

Saint-Gobain Containers, Inc.

1509 S. Macedonia Ave.

Muncie, IN  47302


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