As400/Message Subfile Error Code

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AS400 Message Monitor
in program i used message subfile but ** RESULT - Message "1010??" received in lower left corner of the display screen. Message should be "Drivers physical has, or is about to expire" why this Happen

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  • TomLiotta
    ** RESULT - Message "1010??" Is that what appeared? Or did only "1010??" appear? (I assume that only "1010??" appeared; but you didn't show any source code, so anything is possible.) Why do you think that "Drivers physical has, or is about to expire" should have been there? Tom
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  • philpl1jb
    Are you getting the message from a message file? The message you are getting might be the default when your message isn't found in the message file. Check the message file, check the library list (the message file might exist in more than one library)? Phil
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  • TomLiotta
    The message you are getting might be the default... I recognize the "1010??", but it's been so long I can't put any meaning to it. And I don't have a terminal error code list handy. (I assume they still exist somewhere.) I've been trying to come up with the logic that would come up with it in a "message subfile". If the program could put the message without an error, then the pieces should all exist. If an error was signaled when the message was put (no message file, no message ID, etc.), then there shouldn't be a message on the message queue at all. I'd wonder if this is a "message subfile" or if it's a ERRMSGID() perhaps. I vaguely recall that these types of errors are generally from the display file itself. But with no source to review...? Tom
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  • philpl1jb
    Since this is a one line subfile ..point at the message and press the pageup key to see the previous message. Repeat until top is reached.
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