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I've coded the sample to prompt message for message wait job, but I do want to "Beep". anyone know it? the current screen will be on the work job screen, e.g. wrkusrjob xxx *active. then this macro is applied to monitor this screen.. by refreshing every 3 secs, prompts warning ifmessage wait job found. [PCOMM SCRIPT HEADER] LANGUAGE=VBSCRIPT DESCRIPTION= [PCOMM SCRIPT SOURCE] OPTION EXPLICIT autECLSession.SetConnectionByName(ThisSessionName) REM This line calls the macro subroutine subSub1_ sub subSub1_() Dim MsgInd Dim MsgRow, MsgCol Dim MsgJob Dim MsgBody MsgInd = False MsgRow = 1 MsgCol = 1 MsgBody = "prompt message" Do while MsgInd=False autECLSession.autECLOIA.WaitForAppAvailable autECLSession.autECLOIA.WaitForInputReady autECLSession.autECLPS.Wait(3000) autECLSession.autECLPS.SendKeys "[pf5]" MsgInd = autECLSession.autECLPS.SearchText("MSGW",1,MsgRow,MsgCol) If MsgInd Then MsgJob = autECLSession.autECLPS.GetText(MsgRow, 7, 10) Msgbox MsgBody,,"Batch Monitor" End if Loop end sub
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