Required parameters - assure_mimix - 10.0

Assure MIMIX Monitor Reference

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Software
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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
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2024-03-12
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Monitor information

OUTPUT; CHAR(*)

This is the variable in which to receive the monitor information that is returned. The information is returned in the format specified by the format name parameter. The amount of data returned is determined by the value of the length of monitor informa­tion parameter. Users need to allocate space large enough for this parameter.

Length of monitor information

INPUT: BINARY(4)

The size of the area to contain the monitor information, specified in bytes. The mini­mum size that can be specified is 8 bytes.

This parameter must specify the size of the variable you use for the monitor informa­tion parameter. If the size specified is longer than the length of the data actually returned other parts of storage could be overwritten when this API returns the infor­mation.

Format name

INPUT; CHAR(7)

This is the format in which to return the monitor information. The supported format names are:

MON0100

Returns basic information. See MON0100 format. for details.

MON0200

Returns all monitor status information from the last call to the event program. See MON0200 format for details.

Monitor name

INPUT;CHAR(10)

This is the name of the monitor for which information is being requested.

This parameter is not currently used.

Monitor type

INPUT;CHAR(10

The type of event class of the monitor specified in the Monitor name parameter. Pos­sible values are:

*MSG

The monitor is triggered when a specified message queue receives a predetermined message.

*INTERVAL

The monitor is triggered when the specified time interval has passed.

*TIME

The monitor is triggered at a specified time. Time can by specified either by scheduled date or scheduled day.

*JRN

The monitor is triggered when the specified journal receives a predetermined journal entry code or entry type.

*GROUP

The monitor is triggered when the last monitor that belongs to the group has a status of FAILED or FAILED/ACT.

Error code

INPUT/OUTPUT;CHAR(*)

This is the structure in which to return error information. If this parameter is omitted, null, or if the bytes provided are less than or equal to 8, escape messages are sent to the calling program.

For more information about error code structures, refer to IBM API Programming information.