That's still a NEP. Unless you discovered some sort of exit program to
fire off upon a journal entry creation.
That's what the Receive Journal Entries exit program is _supposed_
to do -- fire when a journal entry is created.
Two programs are involved. The outer program executes RCVJRNE and
names the exit program, along with parameters like delay times and
others. The exit program is called (according to the command
parameters) whenever new entries are deposited in the receiver or if
existing entries are found that meet the supplied criteria.
If no entries arrive within the RCVJRNE DLYTIME() limits, or if the
exit program ends and returns a value to request it, the statement
after RCVJRNE is executed. The outer program may then choose to end
after checking something like "shutdown status" or loop back to run
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