• Subject: Re: global MONMSG to catch everything
  • From: bmorris@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 4 Oct 1999 14:31:59 -0400




>Date: Mon, 4 Oct 1999 11:39:54 -0400
>From: "Dan Bale" <dbale@genfast.com>
>
>Thanks to all who responded.  Besides the CPF0000 & MCH0000, isn't there a
third
>global message?  (_THAT_ was the main question of my original post.)   I'm
>thinking CPA0000, or CPD0000???  Anybody know?  Or is it just CPF & MCH?

Dan, you really only need one of CPF0000, or CPF9999.  Any non-CPF message will
function-check, giving CPF9999, which will be caught by either CPF0000 or
CPF9999.  If you want to avoid function-check, you need to include XXX0000 for
every XXX prefix that your program might receive as an exception message.

By the way, CPD messages are not intended to be issued as exceptions - they're
diagnostics.

Barbara Morris


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