WRKQRY Call LOADITMCL

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AS/400
WRKQRY
When I run a WRKQRY for ITEMSQRY after I'm done query completes fine. I use Call LOADITMCL to load the WRKQRY but when I run call LOADITMCL application error. cee9901 unmonitored by LOADITMCL at statement 0000000600, instruction x’000. This does work in our production side but in test it doesn't. I need it to be fixed.

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AS400

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  • philpl1jb
    We need more info ...
    
    we know that the program LOADITMCAL is failing at statement 600 but we don't know why or how.
    
      1.  What is the statement that is failing
    
      2.  What error messages and their text that are in the joblog just before the cee9901 error.
    
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  • TomLiotta
    The message that is shown refers to another message. But that other message is apparently a CEE9901 message.   And a CEE9901 message is a generic message that says an error occurred, and it tells you to look at the job's earlier messages to see what all happened.   We can't tell anything until you follow the directions in the message to find the actual error. When you get to the actual error, copy it and paste it here. Be sure to include the message ID.   The directions are included in the 2nd-level text of the message. You need to look at 2nd-level text whenever you don't get enough information from the initial 1st-level text of a message.   Tom
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