• Subject: Re[2]: TFRJOB quirk -Reply -Reply
  • From: ericadelong@xxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 21 Jul 98 13:24:55 -0500


     Sorry I'm jumping in late, but can you do a dlcobj on the msgq before 
     you tfrjob?
     
     Eric


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Subject: RE: TFRJOB quirk -Reply -Reply 
Author:  <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com > at INTERNET
Date:    7/21/98 11:24 AM


Buck,
     
>>Chances are that the USRPRF has MSGQ(blahblah) DLVRY(*BREAK). 
>>If you  were to make it (*HOLD), then the message queue would not be 
>>allocated to  any jobs.  Of course, then it won't *BREAK, either... 
     
Not true.  In the original post I said I had tried that.  For some reason the 
"*HOLD" still wants to allocate the message queue somehow.  
     
>>Users aren't  complete idiots: they should be able to understand the 
>>difference between informational messages and inquiry messages, 
>>don't you think?
     
I received calls from over 10% of my users.  We have 700 active user 
profiles going here.  My help desk wants to $#%@*&)+= me.
     
John (it just sucks to be me) Cirocco
     
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