And like I said, jobs that run on a schedule still produce the msgid. I realize I'm not being very clear but please try to understand what I'm saying.
again I ask... what do You think the YES under the column headed SUPPRESS means ???
and why do You think that after somebody has told the system to suppress the message the same should be displayed anyway
read the system initialization and tuning about the details of the syntax of the MPFLSTxx parmlib member
here for examplehttp://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocente ... mpflst.htm
when in one of Your posts You said the the MPFLST in use contained the IEF403I message
everybody believed that you had carried on the due diligence to try to understand the MPFLST implications
but unfortunately we were wrong