Mainview AutoOPERATOR: I have a user exit called SMLXIT written, and it is suppressing BBI Journal messages that I don’t want to suppress.  This exit was written quite some time ago and I’m not familiar with the expected input and output.  Where can I...

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    PRODUCT:

    MainView AutoOPERATOR


    COMPONENT:

    MainView AutoOPERATOR



    QUESTION:

    I have a user exit called SMLXIT written, and it is suppressing BBI Journal messages that I don’t want to suppress.  This exit was written quite some time ago and I’m not familiar with the expected input and output.  Where can I find documentation on this exit?
     


    ANSWER:

    The BBI—S products offer an option user exit for users that want to suppress messages written to the BBI journal.  This exit is called SMLXIT and is documented in the MainView Adminstration Guide. 
    Upon entry,
    Register 0 points to one of the following values:
    the VTAM node name that issued the command or received the message
    the job name of the target system that sent a message to the BBI-SS PAS
    the user ID that issued the command
    the subsystem name that responded to the command
    Register 1 points to one of the following locations:
    +0 points to the length (two bytes) of the command or message text
    +4 points to the actual text
    Upon exit, all registers are restored except for register 15, which contains one of
    the following return codes:
    RC=0 Log the message or command to the BBI-SS PAS journal log.
    RC=4 Do not log the message.
     


    Article Number:

    000164205


    Article Type:

    FAQ/Procedural



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