Tracking messages displayed in your AS400 server.
- How do you keep track of the various messages passing in the AS400 server?
- Do you want to be notified of those messages that need a reply ?
- How can you filter messages and track diagnostic messages ?
Message Information display gives you more detailed information about the various message(s) being displayed in your AS400 server. The messages are displayed with in-depth details such as message ID, severity of the message, type of the message, message text with a cause and recovery information if applicable, date and time of the message generated and help information for that particular message.
Some of the parameters monitored are:
||A 2-digit value ranging from 00 through 99. The higher the value the more severe or important the condition.
||Completion: A message that conveys completion status of work.
Diagnostic: A message that indicates errors in a system function, errors in an application, or errors in input data.
Escape: A message that describes a condition for which a program must end abnormally.
Information: A message that provides general non error-related information.
Inquiry: A message that conveys information but also asks for a reply.
Notify: A message that describes a condition for which a program requires corrective action or a reply.
Reply: A message that is a response to a received inquiry or notify message.
Request:A message that contains a command for processing by a request processor, such as command entry.
Sender Copy: A copy of an inquiry or notify message that is kept in the sender's message queue.
||Displays the default reply that was generated by your AS400 server for the particular generated message.
Displays in-depth details for the particular message from your AS400 server. It displays the following values:
- Message ID
- Date Sent
- Alert Option
- Current User
- From Job Number
- From Program
- Reply Status
- File Name
Message Monitoring Capabilities
Applications Manager allows you to monitor and control the messages in AS400 server. You can also configure alarms for these messages. You can now configure, enable or disable messages in the AS400 server and even make quick edits.
For more information, refer to IBM AS400 / iSeries Messages Monitoring Online Help.