Anything interesting in the QSYSOPR message queue, the history log, or
PRTERRLOG? Is there a different job log for the DDM server instance,
maybe in QEZDEBUG or QEZJOBLOG? 

> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: DDM Server Error
> From: Guy Terry <guy.terry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Thu, September 22, 2005 7:10 am
> To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> In iSeries Navigator, if I do Network -> Servers -> TCP/IP and do 
> 'Properties' on SMTP server I get:
> 
>  > There was an error when trying to retrieve data from the server.
>  > Try the following possible solutions then contact you next level of
>  > support.
>  > - Verify the DDM server is started.
>  > - Verify the connection name and server name are identical.
> 
> The iSeries Navigator tells me that the DDM server is actually started, 
> but if I look at the joblog for it (well, for QRWTLSTN in QSYSWRK) I see 
> that an entry appears each time the error above is produced:
> 
>  > CPD3E33 - DDM TCP/IP server error occurred with reason code 5.
>  > 5 -- Starting of the server job failed.
> 
> Whilst I can a little reference to CPD3E33 via Google, there's nothing 
> about reason code 5 - Starting of the server job failed.
> 
> This is causing problems, as the CPD3E33 message is also produced when 
> asking the WebSphere Development Studio for iSeries Client package to do 
> anything useful.
> 
> Were on v5r3m0, and having spent a fair amount of time over the last 
> couple of weeks sorting the PTF's, we're patched up-to-date.
> 
> Any ideas why DDM server is barfing?
> 
> Guy
> 
> 
> 
> 
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