Why do I get the following WTOR after startup? 893A CONFIRM DATE AND REPLY 'Y' TO CONTINUE, 'N' TO TERMINATE OR 'Q' TO QUIESCE

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Last Modified Date : 31/01/2019
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Introduction:

The TIMECHK parameter coded in the Init Parm gives a warning if a specified time has elaspsed since ESP Workload Manager was last up. If TIMECHK is not coded the default elapsed time is 60 minutes. The Maximum is 9999 (6 days 22 hours and 39 minutes). Below is a link. 

The warning can be useful in detecting if a system clock has been accidentally set to the wrong time. Also, the warning will appear if ESP Workload Manager is started, and the system clock is set to a time prior to the last time ESP Workload Manager was active.

This Frequently Asked Question applies to all supported releases of ESP Workload Manager.

https://docops.ca.com/ca-workload-automation-esp-edition/11-4/en/reference/initialization-parameters/timechk-check-time

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