The QUET= parameter can be used to force a batch job into a quiet mode of operation so that the normal error and status reporting activities are suppressed.
Using QUET=Y in an interactive process has no effect and the setting is ignored.
Using QUET=Y in a batch job that fails suppresses the display of fatal error information unless you also set FATL=Y (see description following).
If QUET=Y and FATL= N is set in a batch job that fails, details are logged to X_ERR.LOG in the usual way, but they are never actively displayed.
Using QUET=Y in a batch job suppresses event log displays of status messages. Any process created will use the LANSA Desktop Heap.
You would normally set QUET=Y in a profile file or an environment variable rather than as a direct X_RUN command parameter.
QUET=N is the default.
If FATL=Y, the display of fatal errors (only) is forced in client-side applications when QUET=Y. This is its only effect.
It does not affect Server or web jobs (it is only in x_uimms*.dll not x_usv.dll or x_u4w.dll).