• Subject: RE: global MONMSG to catch everything
  • From: "Dan Bale" <dbale@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 13:03:00 -0400



Thanks for the replies!

Just for the record, I _am_ trapping errors at the command level.  At least
those I _know_ about.  And that's the key.  The global MONMSG points to an error
routine which runs a DSPJOBLOG *print and sends a message to my user message
queue.  I get the message in the morning, check the job log, and modify my
program as appropriate.  This particular application is NOT mission critical, so
if it bombs in ANY way, shape, or manner, it absolutely MUST NOT tie up the job
queue.

Mission critical apps are a different animal altogether.  Intelligent decisions
must be made when designing the app when encountering an error not expected.

- Dan Bale

________________________ Original Message __________________________

Dan,

CPF0000 will catch them all.  MCH, SQL, RPG, etc messages if not
caught (monmsg'd) will cause a CPF9999 message..and that will get
caught by the CPF0000.

BUT PLEASE BE CAREFULL!  What you are talking about doing is VERY
dangerous!                 <<< BIG SNIP >>>





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