getting alot of Quser/Qzdasonit jobs going into wrap throughout the day.

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Hi all. Im not sure if this is a problem or not, but im getting alot of Quser/Qzdasonit jobs going into wrap throughout the day. When I display the individual jobs im seeing the following message looping. Cannot resolve to object USTAXCLP. Type and Subtype X'0201' Authority.

The jobs use the QDFTSVR job description - which to my knowledge has not been tampered with. The object USTAXCLP that is being refered to does not exist on my system - is this the problem, or is this just a red herring? Help much appreciated



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ASKED: July 21, 2010  3:02 PM
UPDATED: July 21, 2010  10:42 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    The object USTAXCLP that is being refered to does not exist on my system - is this the problem, or is this just a red herring? It is, of course, the "problem"; but that might be only part of the resolution. Since these are QZDASOINIT errors, it might not be an "object" as you would normally think of them. That is, type/subtype x'0201' is indeed a *PGM object; but it could be coming out of an indirect reference. I would probably think first about a stored procedure that is defined to reference USTAXCLP as the external name. The stored proc definition might be wrong, or some testing or evaluation of an app on a PC might be going on such that USTAXCLP isn't expected to exist yet. You might check one of the recent instances through iSeries Navigator to see if clues emerge. Drill down into <Connection-Name>-> Network-> Servers-> iSeries Access. Then right-click the Database server to bring up the list of jobs. For the job that you saw the recent error, right-click and select Details-> Last SQL Statement. If the error is recent enough, the latest SQL statement should tell you something about what is being attempted. Tom
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