I think 1085 should have other messages above it. I know I have a few programs that mon for 1085 and then dump the job log and send a message to a programmer. 1002 it looks like we monitor for, do a delay and try again until we've reached a certain number of retries.

On Wed, 2021-05-12 at 11:12 -0400, John Yeung wrote:

These are potential messages for ALCOBJ.


In my experimentation, I found that if I purposely locked an object in

one session, then tried to ALCOBJ that object in another session, it

would fail with CPF1002.


So I monitored for CPF1002 as a way to detect whether an object was

locked, and things seemed to be working well for several weeks.


Today I got CPF1085: "Objects not allocated." Very descriptive. What

conditions would cause this message but not CPF1002?


John Y.



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