Break message with batch job

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AS/400 batch job
Hi all,
When I submit a job in batch. I don't get any break message that job was completed successfully or not. I read somewhere that this attribute is set against message queue to send break message or notify etc. I just call my program with SBMJOB CMD(CALL PGM(xxxxx)) it initiated job QBATCH. How can I set attribute of message queue attached to this job. When I execute WRKUSRJOB there I find my job with status OUTQ. Simply I want a break message on batch job..
Thanks in advance


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i-Series,AS400

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  • Splat
    Message delivery - *HOLD, *BREAK, *NOTIFY - is an attribute of the message queue, not the message.  

    The MSGQ parameter of the SBMJOB command determines to which message queue the completion message is delivered.  The default is *USRPRF.

    The simplest method to achieve what you're asking for is for you to change your message queue to DLVRY(*BREAK).


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