Dennis Lovelady wrote:
> 
> Hi, Leo:
> 
> On V3R2 (and I thought on earlier releases) *RQD is a
> valid option for the "default reply" on the ADDRPYLE
> command.
> 
> If you _do_ have a default value for this cmd, then
> remove it (RMVRPYLE) from the reply list.
> 
> If all of your job descriptions truly have *RQD spec-
> ified (I don't doubt you), then I am baffled.  I'd be
> tempted, just for the test, to submit an OPNQRYF, with
> INQMSGRPY(*RQD) specifically stated on the SBMJOB command,
> and see if the problem persists.  _OR_ you can put:
>    CHGJOB INQMSGRPY(*RQD)
> right in front of the OPNQRYF command.
> 
> If the problem persists then, I imagine it would either
> be an "undocumented feature," or it may be put in there
> by design.... but I cannot imagine why.
> 
> Since I'm not really "on" our AS/400 anymore, I can't go
> much further now than to advise.  I hope this is of some
> help.
> 
> Dennis



I just realized that when the 'OPNQRYF' is executed in interactive mode,
the message issued is: "CPA4259" which has a "Type: Inquiry"; while, in
batch, the same command gives me a "CPF427F" message. which is a
"Diagnostic message" only. 
Why would we get two different results for the same problem?
-- 

Leo Lefebvre
leo@tug.on.ca
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