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Journal entry information

I'm working with the QAUDJRN and have been dumping the journal and querying the file. I'm getting a Journal Entry type of PR with no detailed entry. It appears that this entry only gets posted when I issue a CHGJRN command. The Security Reference guide doesn't contain a PR journal entry. Can you tell me what this entry represents?
The answer to your question can be found using a very cool tool provided in the IBM Information Center. Look or Search for the "Journal Entry Information Finder". Enter the journal entry type you're curious about and it brings up the definition as well as a link to the lay-out of the entry specific data for this type.

You're correct -- PR entries are generated when you do a CHGJRN. It's used to keep track of the journal receivers.

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