There are no error messages, the trace shows nothing funny.  The data queue
is not receiving the "*ICFF" entry so the application is not reading the icf
file.  After the data is received an "RR", (Receive Ready), is sent back.
No indication of an error in the trace.  While I was out sick a contractor
changed the application to read 1024 bytes per record, up from 256.  This
error seemed to go away by its self prior to that.  An unsolved mystery.
Thank you for your help.

Christopher K. Bipes            mailto:ChrisB@Cross-Check.com
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-----Original Message-----
From: Patrick Townsend [mailto:townsend@patownsend.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 1999 8:10 AM
Chris,

Some thoughts/questions:

Are you getting any error messages in the job log related to the data
queue not being large enough for the data? 
No.
Any error messages in QSYSOPR?
No.
We've used the technique of overriding ICF files to data queues
without any problems in X.25 applications, so I would look for something
like this. Do you have a communications trace of the session?
Yes.
If so, look to see what the AS/400 does when it receives the data. If it
issues
an X.25 reset this would be an indication of configuration mismatch.
No reset.

hth,
Patrick
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