IDMS 16.0 upgrade gets s800

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Apr 28, 2008
Latest reply on Apr 29, 2008 by ca.portal.admin
Has anyone on 16.0 experienced S800 abends in the condense step of the
journal offload jobs? Or any S800's at all?

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Re: One program One queue Two Schemas in One CV
"Use the Queue Name and Task Code to differentiate. If the program that
does the Put Queue is running against database D1 use the current Queue
Name convention. If it is running against D2 then add D2 to the front or
back of the Queue Name.

The D2 Queues will of course be associated with a different Task Code
that includes the D2 convention. The programs that are triggered by the
Queue threshold can Accept Task Code to see if they are the original
Task Code - so they run against D1 - if the Task Code contains the D2
name then Bind to database D2. The SET TIMER Task command would specify
the name of the task Code that invoked the program - so the D1/D2 flag
is perpetuated through the system.

Just a thought - HTH - cheers - Gary

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