Bryan Dietz wrote:

>Sounds like it might be an authority problem.  Can you run the CRTPF
>command from the command line??  If not
>the authority is the answer.  If so then I would look at the joblog of the
>QSH job that was submitted when
>you ran the command.

I tend to agree with you, Bryan.  The job to look for is QZSHSH.

A second note: If the job runs for a while, then creates no output, take a look
in the interactives job's QTEMP library.  Look for a file SOURCE; it will
contain the STDOUT output from the program.  The most common error is:

 Bad mojo: com.ibm.as400.access.ExtendedIOException: Path name was not found.

Which means you specified an invalid target path name (that is, one of the
directories was wrong in the IFS file name you specified).

Joe Pluta
Moderator, and Occasional Software Author


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