IIRC, when you create a *ASYNC line you can specify a particular queue
for the messages it sends. There is a system value (QCFGMSGQ) that
allows you to specify the name of the queue.

Regards,


Luis Rodriguez
IBM Certified Systems Expert — eServer i5 iSeries



On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 11:21 AM, <rob> wrote:
Any chance that when they go active, and inactive, that a message is
logged into DSPLOG?  If you find the two message id's then you could do a
DSPLOG MSGID(CPF1234 CPF2345)

Also, there are messaging products out there that may help you with this.

Rob Berendt
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Dept 01.073
Dock 108
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Kendallville, IN 46755
http://www.dekko.com





From:
Guillermo Payero <guille_pm>
To:
midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date:
08/31/2009 11:45 AM
Subject:
Monitor a couple of *ASYNC lines
Sent by:
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Hello all,

            one of our clients requested us to monitor when a couple of
*ASYCN line goes active in order to provide information of the use ( in
minutes) of the assigned hardware resource.

Any ideas on how to do it?

Warmest regards,

Guille



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