Thenon SEE/Change Status *RSPW

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AS400 Thenon SEE/Change
Hi, not sure if many people use the Thenon SEE/Change tool... After sending changed software from test machine to production machine, the status of the transfer is showing as *RSPW instead *COMP . This is the first time this has happened... has anyone any ideas on this? All looks good on the production machine - the new objects are there.
ASKED: March 16, 2012  4:12 PM
UPDATED: March 17, 2012  1:39 AM

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  • TomLiotta
    I assume that "*RSPW" means "response wait" or something similar. What communication method is used to send responses back? Do you know if it uses sockets? Or SNADS? Tom
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    BTW, this seems like a good question to ask of the Thenon support people. Tom
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