The message key is a binary value that takes up 4 bytes. It will look
like gibberish to the naked eye. If you are using RPG message key can
be defined as an int.
Prompt the rcvmsg command, press F1 on a field, then F2 and go to the
bottom of the help text. There you will find the messages you can
As Chuck pointed out there is CPF2410 to look for. There are also
others you may want to monitor for - CPF2415, CPF247A, CPF2479 and
CPF2551 to mention a few.
Again as Chuck pointed out you can try PGMQ(*SAME (*)) rather than
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Rusling, John
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 10:22 AM
Subject: Re: If MSGTYPE has *NEXT or *PRV specified, MSGKEY is required.
Thanks for the replies :-)
I put in what Gary suggested.
2 things -
In debug, after the first rcvmsg call, the value of the keyvar looks
(reverse img chars etc) Shouldn't this be clear, legible text?
2nd thing, it now crashes, right away, on the second rcvmsg call
(the one with msgkey), as per message below.
Message . . . . : Application error. CPF2410 unmonitored by GARMON at
statement 0000000204, instruction X'0000'.
Gonna do some trial and error and reading-up,
(not necessarily in that order)
if (&msgid *NE 'CPF1002') then(do)
if (&msgid *EQ 'CPF1002') then(do)
/* Retrieve the cpf1002 msg w/ it's substitution values */
/* Call program, pass msg to it */
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