Is anyone familiar with event masking? It's something that the OS does and it prevents debugging, not sure if preventing debugging is the goal or just a side effect.
The scenario is that I've tapped into an entry point in the SEPT and I'm trying to debug that program when called through the SEPT. The breakpoint never displays and I get this strange message:
Cause . . . . . : The breakpoint statement or instruction /0001 in
program TEST was already processed when the machine notification was received. The
program call for the breakpoint may no longer exist.
Technical description . . . . . . . . : The process was probably masked for
events when the breakpoint instruction was run. You cannot use the ADDBKP
command to stop the program at an instruction while the process is masked
If my test program calls another program, I get the same error trying to debug the second program. So I'm just looking for more information about this event masking, what it does, why it's used and if there is a way to turn it off.
BTW, this is on a V4R4 box.
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