In another thread -

Mark wrote:
Create a message queue named QSYSMSG in QSYS. Then in addition to sending
critical messages to QSYSOPR (and QHST) the system will also send them to
QSYSMSG.
It is then easy to write a program to monitor QSYSMSG for certain errors
and "take appropriate action." (CPF1393 does get sent to QSYSMSG.)

Then Jim wrote:
Good idea but there's an extra step: Change the owner of QSYS/QSYSMSG to
QSECOFR, or create it with QSECOFR.
Incomplete results otherwise.

Interesting. I've had QSYSMSG for as long as I can remember. CPF1393 does
not show up there. My QSYSMSG is owned by QPGMR because it was created by
(drum roll) yours truly.

You're saying if I change ownership to QSECOFR, additional messages will
show there?



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