IBM creates an internal cache for *DTAQ's when they are used to allow
faster access to them.  An entry in the cache means a user is authorized to
the *DTAQ.  It may be related to that?  Also know that in some ways it a
protected object.  If I remember correctly, you can not MATQAT the *DTAQ
either (MCH6801).

Steven Hinrichs

message: 5
date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 15:11:33 -0800
from: "Graap, Ken" <keg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Using CRTDUPOBJ for *DTAQ objects...

Does anyone know why you can't use CRTDUPOBJ to create a duplicate data
queue?

It just seems odd to me that it doesn't...

Kenneth

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IBM Certified Specialist
AS/400e Professional System Administrator
NW Natural (Gas Services)
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