• Subject: Re[2]: TFRJOB quirk -Reply -Reply -Reply
  • From: John Cirocco <JCirocco@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Jul 1998 08:14:29 -0400


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

Unfortunately it is the second and subsequent sessions that are getting
the displayed info messages.  Therefor there is no message queue object
to deallocate.

I am thinking of modifying the message description for 
CPF2451 - Message Queue is allocated to another job
CPF1293 -  TFRJOB command ended the routing step
and  CPF1294 - Routing step started in subsystem CTG__XXX
to something a little more user friendly for now.

My wish is to find a way to just not have them displayed in the first place.
 For some reason the CPF2451 insists on being displayed to the user.  I
assume that program QMHCHMSQ is sending the message to the job in
such a way that the user is forced to see it and respond with an enter

Any other ideas???

John W. Cirocco
Manager, Data Center Operations
Computer Task Group, Inc.
700 Delaware Ave.
Buffalo, NY  14209
Phone (716) 888-3566
Pager 1-800-283-2255 Pin 12029
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