Leo

At 11:23 AM 11/25/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi,
>
>I changed the System Value QQRYTIMLMT to 300 (seconds) to limit the
>query runs to about 5 minutes. 
>
>In the interactive environment, the user gets the message CPA4259 when
>the query is about take longer than the time limit, with the option to
>continue or cancel the request. That works fine.
>
>But when the request is executed in batch mode, the message gets
>AUTOMATICALY the default reply 'C', not allowing anyone to enter a
>reply. The only messages sent are 1) the user receives a message saying
>that the system operator received a message, and 2) the system operator
>receives a message saying the 'previous cl command failed' with options
>C, D, I, and R. The reply to this message, obviously, will not allow the
>job to run regardless of the time limit, but will either cancel/ignore
>the query request (options C, D or I) or retry the same query request
>(option R) with the same parameters, just to get the same results.
>Unless, before replying with an 'R', somebody change the system value to
>a greater number.
>
>What would be the best way to operate, when the job is a 'batch' type,
>to allow someone (the user or the system operator) to use his/her
>judgement to kill the request or to continue.
>We do have many programs with OPNQRYF and I would appreciate if I would
>not have to modify all of them!

Also, what's the INQMSGRPY setting? Sounds like it's *DFT.

Cheers

Vernon Hamberg
Systems Software Programmer
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
400 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 371-1111 x480


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