Kirk wrote:

> Somewhere along the line it appears monmsg's were put in
> the code that are causing more problems that not. By system
> level I meant things like the system reply list if it was
> used. The customer's SW is ALL CUSTOM CODE.

Kirk, I often find that confusion with MONMSG and inquiry messages is
caused by a misunderstanding of the sequence of events and what can be
monitored for. For example, if a physical file exceeds its maximum size
during a copy an inquiry message CPA3138 is issued. This can be auto
answered through the system reply list or by a default answer in the
message file, but it cannot be monitored for in the CL program because it
is not an escape, notify or status message. If the inquiry message is
answered with a 'C' then a CPF3140 is sent to the program message queue and
this is what can be monitored for. By then of course the inquiry message
has already been answered, either manually or by default.

Does this sound like the sort of thing that's happening?

Dave...
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