Why we take Break Message please explain in detail

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AS/400 administration
AS/400 Break Message
AS/400 message queues
Hi, we take Break message once the operator change please explain me detail what is the whole purpose of taking the Break message... Thanks And regards Umesh
ASKED: March 15, 2009  5:33 AM
UPDATED: March 15, 2010  4:08 PM

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Hi,

The break message is used to alert you to problems on the system – for example a printer is offline or the backup needs a new tape inserted. You change the system operator message queue to break mode so that you receive these messages on your screen. If you don’t do this the messages will stay waiting for a response.

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Martin Gilbert.

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    The break message is used to alert you to problems on the system - for example a printer is offline or the backup needs a new tape inserted. You change the system operator message queue to break mode so that you receive these messages on your screen. If you don't do this the messages will stay waiting for a response. Please elaborate
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