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CMS-XML SSM831 Two issues: Delete members not deleting, and HPS0725I messages during compare processes
SSM831 Two issues: Delete members not deleting , and HPS0725I messages during compare processes
CMS-XML SSM831: After applying fix SSM83106 data sets scheduled to be scratched during IMPORT processing are not deleting.
SSM831: After applying fix SSM83106 data sets scheduled to be scratched during IMPORT processing are not deleting .
CMS-XML HPSMAINT (PARMs HPSIN) does not delete members
HPSMAINT (PARMs HPSIN) does not delete members
CMS-XML During IMPORT APPLY processing Scratch datasets not deleted
During IMPORT APPLY processing Scratch datasets not deleted
CMS-XML Attempting to delete components getting SSV error HPS0104E '** Put failure ** on SM file cluster''
Attempting to delete components getting SSV error HPS0104E '** Put failure ** on SM file cluster''
CMS-XML IDCAMS delete of tracked dataset not being reported as an Event.
IDCAMS delete of tracked dataset not being reported as an Event.
CMS-XML SSM832 : Members not being deleted during IMPORT processing.
SSM832 : Members not being deleted during IMPORT processing.
CMS-XML SSM832: Unable to delete existing MRT history for member DELETE MEMBER=$UNCEXIT
SSM832: Unable to delete existing MRT history for member DELETE MEMBER=$UNCEXIT
CMS-XML SSM830: Batch Deletes for (new) Groups defined under SSM V8.3.0 failing
SSM830: Batch Deletes for (new) Groups defined under SSM V8.3.0 failing
CMS-XML ZMF failing to DEQ temporary file allocated by SSV
Whenever we allocate a staging version level a temporary file is enqueued, allocated and deleted by the started task. It does not appear to be dequeued and subsequent interrogation of the ENQs held by the stc always list the temporary files despite the fact that they have been deleted. We are unaware of any problems actually caused by this issue except for customer confusion and, in busy ZMF subsystems, a slight difficulty in recognising outstanding ENQs as opposed to these redundant ones.
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