Communication to iSeries

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I get this message alot on my system, it seems to come everytime someone signs on and when my server downloads information to a database using ODBC. Is there a way to stop logging this message? Message . . . . :   User XXXXXXXX from client 192.168.X.XX connected to job   368959/QUSER/QZDASOINIT in subsystem QUSRWRK in QSYS on 11/09/09 00:14:36.

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The message id is not listed so i’m not too sure this will work for you.
CHGTCPA TCPCNNMSG(*NONE)
This supresses some connection logging when that attribute is set to *NONE.
Other than this, i know of no other way to supress any msgs.

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  • TomLiotta
    Why would you ever want to suppress that message? It's a primary means of tracking which users are attaching to the servers. Suppressing it would mean deliberately hiding audit information that may be critical. Tom
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