Field descriptions - assure_mimix - 10.0

Assure MIMIX Monitor Reference

Product type
Software
Portfolio
Integrate
Product family
Assure
Product
Assure MIMIX™ Software
Version
10.0
Language
English
Product name
Assure MIMIX
Title
Assure MIMIX Monitor Reference
Copyright
2023
First publish date
1999
ft:lastEdition
2024-03-12
ft:lastPublication
2024-03-12T10:35:16.085994

The field descriptions described in this information are used in the following places:

  • Condition program: detailed information parameter

  • Event program: detailed information parameter

  • MMUSRACCS API: format name parameter, monitor detailed information field used in format MON0200.

Communications flag: Indicates the success of the last communications check. The possible values and their meanings are:

0

False

1

True

Communications subclass: The subclass of communications being checked. The possible values are:

*NONE - no subclass

*CFG - configuration

*TCP - TCP/IP

*SYSDFN - system definition

*TFRDFN - transfer definition

Job schedule entry number: The entry number assigned by the IBM i job scheduler.

Journal and library names: The name of the journal to monitor and the library in which the journal is located.   The first ten characters are the journal name and the last ten characters are the library name.

Journal entry data: The first 256 bytes of the journal entry data for the transaction that was received by the monitor. If you need to retrieve all of the data from the transaction, use the Retrieve Journal Entry (RTVJRNE) command and specify the RTNJRNE parameter.

Journal header information: The fixed-length portion of the type 4 journal entry. For more information, refer the Journal Entry Information appendix in the IBM book Backup and Recovery - Advanced.

Journal receiver of last sequence number processed: The qualified name of the journal receiver that received the last processed journal entry from which the monitor is currently receiving journal transactions.

Last sequence number processed: The sequence number of the last received transaction that was processed by the monitor. Not all transactions are received.

Message data: The substitution data for the message data fields (variables) for the message received by the monitor.

Message data length: Indicates the length of the substitution data returned in the message data field.

Message file and library: The source of the message ID that was received. The first ten characters indicate the name of the message file that contains the message ID. The last ten characters indicate the name of the library that contains the message file. Because the library can contain override instructions, the library name is not necessarily the library in which the message file actually resides.

Message ID: The identifying code of the message that was received.

Message key: The key to the message that was received. This field can be used to retrieve the message if it has not been removed by another process that is not part of MIMIX Monitor.

Message queue and library names: The name of the message queue to monitor and the library in which the message queue is located. The first ten characters indicate the message queue name and the last ten characters indicate the library name.

Message type: The message type of the message that was received. The possible values and their meanings are:

Table 1. Message types

Value

Message type

01

Completion (*COMP)

02

Diagnostic (*DIAG)

04

Information (*INFO)

05

Inquiry (*INQ)

06

Sender’s copy (*COPY)

08

Request (*RQS)

10

Request with prompting (*RQS)

14

Notify (*NOTIFY)

15

Escape (*ESCAPE)

21

Reply, not validity checked (*RPY)

22

Reply, validity checked (*RPY)

23

Reply, message default used (*RPY)

24

Reply, system default used (*RPY)

25

Reply, from system reply list (*RPY)

Monitor job name: The name of the monitor job.

Monitor job number: The job number associated with the monitor job.

Monitor user profile: The name of the user profile that submitted the monitor job.

Receiving program name: The name of the program that received the message.

Reserved: This field is ignored.

Sending date: The date on which the message was sent. The date is specified in CYYMMDD format where Country, YY=year, MM=month, and DD=day.

Sending job name: The name of the job that sent the message ID to the message queue.

Sending job number: The job number associated with the job that sent the message ID to the message queue.

Sending program name:   The name of the program that sent the message or the name of the ILE program that contains the procedure that sent the message. When the name of the program is known, the 10-character program name is returned left-justified in the field and the final two characters contain blanks. In certain conditions when the name of the program that sent the message is not known, this field contains the 6-byte hexadecimal address of the program converted into 12 displayable characters.

Sending time: The time at which the message was sent. The time is specified in HHMMSS format where HH=hours MM=minutes and SS=seconds.

Sending user profile: The user profile used to submit the job that sent the message ID to the message queue.

Severity: The severity of the received message. Possible values range from 0 to 99.