Q1PDAY exists in the V4R4 version of PM/400, and there's an entry for it in
the PM/400 job scheduler (at least on my system there is).  You must have
the scheduler entry but not the program.  If they haven't changed it TOO
much, you can GO PM400, go into option 5 (Work with Automatically Scheduled
Jobs), and change the next run date for this job to around the 12th of Never
<grin>.  There's no way to delete the entry from this screen, at least on my
system.  This will at least kill the error for a while until you can find
out what the proper solution is.  Good luck!

Dave Shaw
Spartan International, Inc.
Spartanburg, SC
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-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Cunningham [mailto:mcunning@pct.edu]

I am getting a joblog everyday with the error "Program Q1PDAY in library
QMPGLIB not found."  This job appears to be being submitted by PM/400
and started after we upgraded to V4R5.  I scanned the entire system and
can't find a program named Q1PDAY anywhere and I can't find a way to
tell PM/400 to stop running this job.

Should I have a program object named Q1PDAY on a V4R5 system ?
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