use the CHKTAP to verify the tape is ready.
see the help text for all the monmsg id's
jim
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Nick Franco" <franco.nick@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 8:19 AM
Subject: BRMS in CL


> I have a BRMS question for those familiar. We currently have a CL that
does
> our nightly processing and backups. We are going to replace the SAVLIB
with
> STRBKUBRM. The CL already runs in batch and the STRBKUBRM cmd will be
> entered as SBMJOB(*no) so it will continue in the same CL. The problem is
> this: We need to monitor messages for the STRBKUBRM so that, if there is
no
> tape loaded or a scratch tape is not loaded, the CL will continue and
> complete the rest of the steps it needs to complete. We do not want to
> replace the CL with a BRMS control group that has multiple *EXITs because
> it can be run with different parameters. What MONMSGs are needed or how
> else can we make this work? Thanks.
>
> NF
>
>
>
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