CPF2909 is not the message that a C was taken to. CPF2909 was the escape message to another message, probably CPA0701. Either the job was running with INQMSGRPY(*DFT) or (*SYSRPYL). You must identify the real message and how the job was running. Then look in the message description for that message, of look in WRKRPYLE. Steven Hinrichs > message: 9 > date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 08:28:21 -0800 (PST) > from: murali dhar <hydchap1@xxxxxxxxx> > subject: AUTO-REPLY > > > Hi All, > > How to check whether the system is configured to auto > reply to messages CPF2909 etc? > > Below is the error message I see frequently, before i > take any response codes it displays as if some one has > taken some response codes. In the below example 'C' > was taken(ofcourse i have nt taken). > what are the prevention measures I have to take to see > that no response codes were taken till I act. > ========= > Step 695 of SLMAIN errored out. CALL YSL05010C > PARM('SL' 'Y') > > 7800 - CPYF FROMFILE(*LIBL/YSLTR200) > TOFILE(YEXPORT/YSLTR200) > > MBROPT(*REPLACE) CRTFILE(*YES) > > Member YSLTR200 already in use. > > Error clearing member YSLTR200 in file YSLTR200 in > YEXPORT. > > CPF2909 received by YSL05010C at 8100. (C D I R) > > ? C > > Function check. CPF2909 unmonitored by YSL05010C > at statement 8100, > > instruction X'00E2'. > > SYS3827 Options (0 3) > > Error occurred on a CL command. > ==============================
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