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... might have been about 30 years ago...
if i recall correctly, you would simply need a loop around your call of RCVJRNE and in case of CHGJRNRCV your exit will be started again for the now new *current receiver. To handle ending your receiving job by some other scenarios (endjob, endsbs) it might be a good idea to register an exit handler with cee4rage and restart automatically in the CEE4RAGE exit. handling all errors might become a little bit more tricky.


RCVJRNE passes two entries to an exit program--a buffer and a three-byte
control field. When the journal receiver changes, RCVJRNE passes data into
the control field and my exit program sees "3N0", where byte 1 ('3')
indicates the RCVJRNE command is ending. It ends--and so does my
application. The return code in the job log is 0 and no message is posted.

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