From: Willie Moore To: All
I have to work on a CL program and it has the following MONMSG's: TKM0075 and CPF9841. Not knowing what command uses them makes it hard to look up in the CL book. I would appreciate any help. Thanks.
From: Douglas Handy To: Willie Moore
If you don't know what a MONMSG is monitoring for, you could use something like DSPMSGD CPF9841 to display the message text and details. If the message is not in QCPFMSG, as in the case of TKM0075, you must supply the MSGF name.
If you want to find out which IBM commands might issue a given CPF message, the easiest way is to use the CD-ROM and do a search for the message ID in book SYSSUM.BOO, which is Programming: Reference Summary, SX41-0028-00, Chapter 7, CD topic section number 2.3. Then use Ctrl-F4 to move to each occurrence. For message CPF9841, it is only listed in DLTOVR and DLTOVRDEVE for V2R1M0.
The TKM0075 message must be from a program product or user application I am not familiar with. Try QUSERMSG, or see if the CL references any other message files in the MSGF parameter.
Also, when looking at MONMSG statements, don't forget entries ending xx00 or 0000 are generic entries, not specific messages.