Remove exit point programs from the register without pgm names?

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AS/400 errors
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We purchased a used AS/400. All the application programs were removed. We frequently receive a message, Exit Program not Processed. When I go to the register and select an exit point, there is no program or format listed. I am assuming the programs were delted when the application/user programs were removed. Is there a way to clear the register?

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Can you provide the exact text for the message you are receiving? For most exits you would simply use WRKREGINF, find the exit point causing the message, take option 8 and then remove the exit program so that the exit point doesn’t try to call it. But it sounds like you’ve already gone down this path, so I believe we need more specifics on your error message situation.

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  • TomLiotta
    When I go to the register and select an exit point, there is no program or format listed. If that's true, then there wouldn't be any exit program called for that exit point. The removal of the exit program name from the exit point is what tells the server not to call an exit program. I am assuming the programs were delted when the application/user programs were removed. If the exit point no longer lists an exit program, then it doesn't matter if the exit program was deleted from the system. As Bruce noted, there is more going on than is being described. Please tell where and when the message appears. Especially, please provide the message ID. The message text is often useless if there is no message ID along with it. Any program can send any message text it chooses. Tom
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