AS/400 error when running command ‘call genlibacl’

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When I run command "call genlibacl", show error: Function check. CPF3142 unmonitored by ....600....
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  • TheRealRaven
    And what is your problem? The CPF3142 message tells you what is wrong.Are you trying to call programs on the server without knowing how to read error messages?

    Perhaps you shouldn't be issuing CALL commands when you don't first know how to set a program's environment. For us, that brings a problem because we can't be sure who we're trying to help nor what they're trying to do. (Maybe you're a user who's just calling different programs. We need to be careful.)

    This site is intended for IT professionals to help other IT professionals. Some indication of a professional background would be helpful to us.
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  • philpl1jb

    You should be able to see more info in this message and in the joblog

    Texst of a message can be seen with the dspmsgd command

    dspmsgd CPF3142

    The message is:

    Message . . . . :   File &1 in library &3 not found.
    Cause . . . . . :   File &1 was not cleared or initialized because it was not
    found in library &3.
    Recovery  . . . :   Either correct the file name or change the library name in
    the FILE parameter value. Then try your request again.

    Hope that helps.



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