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I am working with 2 iSeries Servers both running V5R3M5. I have a job that runs on both systems that detaches and attaches journal receivers. A CPA7025, Receiver never fully saved, is issued at times. One of the first statements in the CLP is CHGJOB INQMSGRPY(*DFT) so the Default Message Reply is used, which is an I for this message on both systems. On one system this works perfectly, on the other the message is sent to QSYSOPR and waits for a Reply. Any ideas as to where to look ? Thanks You, Bill

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Is it possible there is an OVRMSGF in effect on the system that is failing? Work with the job (WRKJOB) experiencing the problem and see if there are any overrides in effect causing a different *MSGF to be used, one where the DFT for the message is *NONE. I don’t consider this to be overly likely, but nothing else jumps to mind either…

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Bruce
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  • wpoulin
    Bruce, Thank You, but there is only 1 QCPFMSG *MSGF on each system. Bill
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  • TomLiotta
    there is only 1 QCPFMSG *MSGF on each system. That's very likely true, but it completely evades the question. The question was whether or not an OVRMSGF could be in effect. I agree that it's not very likely, but there was reason for asking. What I'd look at first would be the default for the DLTJRNRCV DLTOPT() parameter. Is that the same on both systems? Tom
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  • TomLiotta
    And come to think of it, maybe receivers are simply saved more often on one system than the other. Tom
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