• Subject: RE: deleting a message in log
  • From: PaulMmn <PaulMmn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 10 Oct 1999 18:48:47 -0400

Your technique leaves a fit 'n' trim job log.  However, I'd much prefer
wading through the extra bits of the job log.  I want to be able to -see-
that the file wasn't there.  Sometimes knowing is the key to debugging.  (:

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com


>Suppose you have the following code:
>
>       DLTF       dk1234
>       MONMSG     MSGID(cpf2105)
>
>You want to delete the file if it exists, but if it doesn't exist you don't
>care, so you use a monitor message to ignore the exception. However, you now
>have an unwanted severity 40 message in your job log.....

*snip*

>Is it possible to delete a particular message available in job log messages
>in system? If so, how to do it?


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