Ah, In a previous life I used to work with "JobRescue"
a long time ago. I didn't remember what statn was.

Neil

> -----Original Message-----
> From: HP-3000 Systems Discussion
> [mailto:HP3000-L@RAVEN.UTC.EDU] On Behalf Of Rao, Raghu
> Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 1:55 PM
> To: HP3000-L@RAVEN.UTC.EDU
> Subject: Re: [HP3000-L] Job run listing does not show some
> line numbers
>
>
> Yes.. It is a STDLIST viewing package and maintains a history
> based on each job name. Provided by Nobix.. http://www.nobix.com/
>
>
> Raghu Rao
>
>
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: Neil Armstrong [mailto:neil@robelle.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 1:52 PM
> To: Rao, Raghu; support@robelle.com; HP3000-L@RAVEN.UTC.EDU
> Subject: RE: Job run listing does not show some line numbers
>
>
> Dear Raghu,
>
> I am not even sure what STATN is? Is it some stdlist viewing package?
>
> Neil
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rao, Raghu [mailto:RRao@preferredcare.org]
> Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 1:43 PM
> To: Neil Armstrong; support@robelle.com; HP3000-L@RAVEN.UTC.EDU
> Subject: RE: Job run listing does not show some line numbers
>
>
> Thanks once again.
>
> We were able to issue a "SET FCTL" command inside STATN
> and then Text and view the entire STDLIST appropriately with
> all the Suprtool and Suprlink output record counts.
>
> To roll this back, we just had to issue a "SET NOFCTL"
> command. This command has to be executed because the "SET
> FCTL" command is a permanent one, irrespective of whether you
> exit out of STATN or logout of your session.
>
>
> With Best Regards
>
> Raghu Rao
>
>
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: Neil Armstrong [mailto:neil@robelle.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 10:49 AM
> To: Rao, Raghu; support@robelle.com; HP3000-L@RAVEN.UTC.EDU
> Subject: RE: Job run listing does not show some line numbers
>
>
> Dear Raghu,
>
> An educated guess would be in how the spool file is
> moved and/or being listed. What happens if you
> list with Display functions on? A guess would be that
> CCTL was munged in one of the moves/copies.
>
> I am not sure that I understand how the output
> files/stdlists are processed and who or what is looking
> at them, but that is where I would start to look. The
> first step is to list them with display functions, you
> may see that the lines are there but with an extra or
> odd escape sequence.
>
> Sincerely,
>
>
> Neil Armstrong
> Robelle
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rao, Raghu [mailto:RRao@preferredcare.org]
> Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 10:32 AM
> To: support@robelle.com; HP3000-L@RAVEN.UTC.EDU
> Subject: Job run listing does not show some line numbers
>
>
>
> Hi all,
>
> We observed a strange problem over the weekend.
> Our production jobs run and produce output file as usual in
> OUT.HPSPOOL. From there, its picked up by CONMAN and then
> eventually moved to STATN. The original copy from OUT.HPSPOOL
> is purged and the history of last 50 jobs runs are maintained
> in the STATN records.
>
> We have a job that runs daily. The job as such
> completed successfully fine and does not show any abend or
> aborts. The job executes Suprtool step. It's a fairly simple
> step and has been running fine all these years. The job run
> listing shows perfectly fine on Friday nights run, but is
> missing some line numbers in the Thursday nights run. The
> line numbers on the job run listing 417, 433 and 453-454
> appear fine on the Friday's run. These lines are basically
> the output count from the Suprtool and Suprlink statements.
>
>
> 384 :SUPR
> 385
> 389 SUPRTOOL/iX/Copyright Robelle Solutions
> Technology Inc. 1981-2003.
> 390 (Version 4.7.02) FRI, MAR 21, 2008, 11:48 PM
> Type H for help.
> 391 >
> 392 INPUT xcg200ws
> 393 >
> 394 DEFINE link-key,1,11,BYTE
> 395 >
> 396 DEFINE record-body,91,610,BYTE
> 397 >
> 398 DEFINE zip-code,7,10,BYTE
> 399 >
> 400 DEFINE id-num,17,10,BYTE
> 401 >
> 402 DEFINE bus-seg,1,6,BYTE
> 403 >
> 404 DEFINE last-name,27,14,BYTE
> 405 >
> 406 DEFINE card-date,41,50,BYTE
> 407 >
> 408 SORT link-key
> 409 >
> 410 EXTRACT link-key, zip-code, id-num, bus-seg
> 411 >
> 412 EXTRACT last-name, card-date, record-body
> 413 >
> 414 OUTPUT xcg200wt, LINK
> 415 >
> 416 XEQ
> 417 IN=101, OUT=101. CPU-Sec=1. Wall-Sec=1.
> 418
> 419 >
> 420 >
> 421 LINK INPUT xcg200wt BY link-key
> 424 Suprlink/iX/Copyright Robelle Solutions
> Technology Inc. 1988-2003
> 425 (Version 4.7.02) FRI, MAR 21, 2008, 11:48 PM
> Type H for Help.
> 427 >
> 428 LINK LINK xcg200tq BY link-key OPTIONALLY
> 429 >
> 430 LINK OUTPUT xcg200wu
> 431 >
> 432 LINK EXIT
> 433 In=101. Out=101. CPU-Sec=1. Wall-Sec=1.
> 434 >
> 435 >
> 436 INPUT xcg200wu
> 437 >
> 438 SORT zip-code
> 439 >
> 440 SORT id-num
> 441 >
> 442 SORT bus-seg
> 443 >
> 444 SORT last-name
> 445 >
> 446 SORT card-date
> 447 >
> 448 EXTRACT zip-code, id-num, bus-seg, last-name,
> card-date, record-body, tpv-name
> 449 >
> 450 OUTPUT xcg200w2
> 451 >
> 452 XEQ
> 453 Warning: Using Output XCG200W2,Link
> 454 IN=101, OUT=101. CPU-Sec=1. Wall-Sec=1.
> 455
>
>
> But these similar output on Thursday's job run is
> missing these line numbers. Basically, the line numbers 417
> and 433 are missing and we are not able to determine the
> outfile file records counts from those steps.
>
> 384 :SUPR
> 385
> 389 SUPRTOOL/iX/Copyright Robelle Solutions
> Technology Inc. 1981-2003.
> 390 (Version 4.7.02) THU, MAR 20, 2008, 11:40 PM
> Type H for help.
> 391 >
> 392 INPUT xcg200ws
> 393 >
> 394 DEFINE link-key,1,11,BYTE
> 395 >
> 396 DEFINE record-body,91,610,BYTE
> 397 >
> 398 DEFINE zip-code,7,10,BYTE
> 399 >
> 400 DEFINE id-num,17,10,BYTE
> 401 >
> 402 DEFINE bus-seg,1,6,BYTE
> 403 >
> 404 DEFINE last-name,27,14,BYTE
> 405 >
> 406 DEFINE card-date,41,50,BYTE
> 407 >
> 408 SORT link-key
> 409 >
> 410 EXTRACT link-key, zip-code, id-num, bus-seg
> 411 >
> 412 EXTRACT last-name, card-date, record-body
> 413 >
> 414 OUTPUT xcg200wt, LINK
> 415 >
> 416 XEQ
> 418
> 419 >
> 420 >
> 421 LINK INPUT xcg200wt BY link-key
> 424 Suprlink/iX/Copyright Robelle Solutions
> Technology Inc. 1988-2003
> 425 (Version 4.7.02) THU, MAR 20, 2008, 11:40 PM
> Type H for Help.
> 427 >
> 428 LINK LINK xcg200tq BY link-key OPTIONALLY
> 429 >
> 430 LINK OUTPUT xcg200wu
> 431 >
> 432 LINK EXIT
> 434 >
> 435 >
> 436 INPUT xcg200wu
> 437 >
> 438 SORT zip-code
> 439 >
> 440 SORT id-num
> 441 >
> 442 SORT bus-seg
> 443 >
> 444 SORT last-name
> 445 >
> 446 SORT card-date
> 447 >
> 448 EXTRACT zip-code, id-num, bus-seg, last-name,
> card-date, record-body, tpv-name
> 449 >
> 450 OUTPUT xcg200w2
> 451 >
> 452 XEQ
> 453 Warning: Using Output XCG200W2,Link
> 454 IN=88, OUT=88. CPU-Sec=1. Wall-Sec=1.
> 455
>
> Has anyone else noticted this strange behaviour before ?
> Is this a STATN or a SUPRTOOL, SUPRLINK issue ? OR is it time
> to change my glasses ?
>
>
> With Best Regards
> Raghu Rao.
>
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