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1 MESSAGE

The Message utility (MESSAGE) lets you supplement system messages with your own messages. Your messages can indicate that an error has occurred, or they can indicate other conditions; for example, that a routine has run successfully or that a default value has been assigned. The messages you create with the Message utility can indicate that an error has occurred, or they can indicate other conditions; for example, that a routine has run successfully or that a default value has been assigned. Format MESSAGE file-spec[,...] 2 Command_Parameter file-spec Specifies the message source file to be compiled. If you do not specify a file type, the default is .MSG. Wildcard characters are allowed in file specifications. If you specify more than one message source file, separated by either commas or plus signs, the files are concatenated and compiled as a single file. If you specify SYS$INPUT, the message source files must immediately follow the MESSAGE command in the input stream, and both the object module name, identified by the /OBJECT qualifier, and the listing file name, identified by the /LIST qualifier, must be stated explicitly. 2 /ALPHA Directs MESSAGE to create an OpenVMS Alpha message object file. The default is to create OpenVMS Alpha message object files on OpenVMS Alpha systems and to create OpenVMS VAX message object files on OpenVMS VAX systems. Format /ALPHA 3 Example $ MESSAGE/ALPHA TESTMSG This MESSAGE command creates an OpenVMS Alpha message object module named TESTMSG.OBJ by compiling the message source file TESTMSG.MSG. 2 /FILE_NAME Specifies whether the object module contains a pointer to a file containing message data. Format /FILE_NAME=file-spec /NOFILE_NAME file-spec Identifies a nonexecutable message file. The default device and directory for the file specification is SYS$MESSAGE and the default file type is .EXE. No wildcard characters are allowed in the file specification. 3 Examples 1.$ MESSAGE COBOLMSG This MESSAGE command creates the message object module COBOLMSG.OBJ by compiling the message source file COBOLMSG.MSG. The default qualifier /NOFILE_NAME is implied. 2.$ MESSAGE/FILE_NAME=COBOLMF COBOLMSG This MESSAGE command creates a message pointer file COBOLMSG.OBJ, which contains a pointer to the nonexecutable message file SYS$MESSAGE:COBOLMF.EXE. 2 /LIST Controls whether an output listing is created and, optionally, provides an output file specification for the listing. Format /LIST[=file-spec] /NOLIST file-spec Specifies an output file specification for the listing file. The default device and directory are the current device and directory. The default file type is .LIS. No wildcard characters are allowed in the file specification. 3 Example $ MESSAGE/LIST=MSGOUTPUT COBOLMSG This MESSAGE command compiles the message source file COBOLMSG.MSG and creates the output listing MSGOUTPUT.LIS in your current directory. 2 /OBJECT Controls whether an object module is created by the message compiler and, optionally, provides a file specification for the object module. Format /OBJECT[=file-spec] /NOOBJECT file-spec Specifies a file specification for the object module. The default device and directory are the current device and directory. No wildcard characters are allowed in the file specification. 3 Examples 1.$ MESSAGE COBOLMSG This MESSAGE command creates the message object module COBOLMSG.OBJ by compiling the message source file COBOLMSG.MSG. The default qualifier /OBJECT is implied. 2.$ MESSAGE/FILE_NAME=COBOLMF /OBJECT=MESPNTR COBOLMSG This MESSAGE command creates the object module MESPNTR.OBJ, which contains a pointer to the nonexecutable message file COBOLMF.EXE. 2 /SYMBOLS Controls whether global symbols are present in the object module. By default, object modules are created with global symbols. Format /SYMBOLS /NOSYMBOLS 3 Example $ MESSAGE/FILE_NAME=COBOLMF /OBJECT=MESPNTR/SYMBOLS COBOLMSG This MESSAGE command creates the object module MESPNTR.OBJ, which contains global symbols. 2 /TEXT Controls whether the message text is present in the object module. Format /TEXT /NOTEXT 3 Example $ MESSAGE/FILE_NAME=COBOLMF/NOTEXT /OBJECT=MESPNTR COBOLMSG This MESSAGE command creates the object module MESPNTR.OBJ, which does not contain text; instead, it contains a pointer to the nonexecutable message file COBOLMF.EXE. 2 /VAX Directs MESSAGE to create an OpenVMS VAX message object file. The default is to create OpenVMS Alpha message object files on OpenVMS Alpha systems and to create OpenVMS VAX message object files on OpenVMS VAX systems. Format /VAX 3 Example $ MESSAGE/VAX TESTMSG This MESSAGE command creates an OpenVMS VAX message object module library named TESTMSG.OBJ by compiling the message source file TESTMSG.MSG.

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