AS/400 job: IDDYNMON

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This job gives errors on things in use during backup, and bad data coming through. Is there any way to program these occurrences so the job can continue without intervention?
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  • TheRealRaven
    Is there any way to program these occurrences so the job can continue without intervention?

    Probably yes.

    In order to say anything more about it, we'd need to know what the job was doing (what code was running) when an error was signalled and what the error was, especially any related message IDs.
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  • pdraebel
    In order to check for Locks you can try an ALCOBJ in the IDDYNMON application. If you cannot allocate the object issue a wait and try again later.
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  • ToddN2000
    Most likely you can. What errors are you looking to bypass?
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  • Splat
    The SAVACT parameter on your saves can help with object locks.  Monitoring and/or bypassing erroneous data is going to depend on how it's being processed.


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  • pdraebel
    It all depends which of the two applications is troubled by the other. I was under the impression that the IDDYNMON app was hindered by the Backup. SAVACT can help, but it still locks some things. The time a lock is placed will be reduced. SAVACT combined with Incremental backups and BRMS is a backup time saver.
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