HPMSGFENCE


HPMSGFENCE  A variable used by the CI that controls the output for all
CI errors, warnings and skipped commands. Skipped commands
refer to commands that are not executed by the CI because
they follow a conditional expression that evaluated FALSE.

HPMSGFENCE is divided into 2 fields, 3 bits each in size.
The low order field (bits 29..31) controls the output of
CI error and warning messages as:

0 = display all CI errors and warnings
1 = show only errors, warning are suppressed
2 = suppress all CI errors and warning messages.

The next field (bits 26..28) controls the output of
skipped commands and the "*** EXPRESSION FALSE: ...",
"*** EXPRESSION TRUE: ...", and "*** RESUME EXECUTION OF
COMMANDS" messages:

0 = show all skipped commands and the above "***..."
messages
1 = show only the "***..." messages, suppress commands
that are skipped. Integer value is 8.
2 = suppress the skipped commands and the "***..."
messages. Integer value is 16.

Combining the two fields results in the following table of
HPMSGFENCE values:

0 show "***", skipped commands, CI warnings, CI errors
1 show "***", skipped commands, no CI warnings, CI errors
2 show "***", skipped commands, no CI warnings, no CI errors
8 show "***", no skipped commands, CI warnings, CI errors
9 show "***", no skipped commands, no warnings, CI errors
10 show "***", no skipped commands, no warnings, no CI errors
16 no "***", no skipped commands, CI warnings, CI errors
17 no "***", no skipped commands, no CI warnings, CI errors
18 no "***", no skipped commands, no CI warnings, no CI errors

The initial value for HPMSGENCE is 0, which shows all errors,
warnings and skipped commands.
Type= Read/Write, Integer, CI local