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CMS-XML Why is SYNCH0 issued for a new component that resides in a promotion library.
Why is SYNCH 0 issued for a new component that resides in a promotion library.
CMS-XML Audit reporting SYNCH0! errors against strange CSECT names
Audit reporting SYNCH 0 ! errors against strange CSECT names
CMS-XML Invalid synch18/synch0 reported in audit
Invalid synch 18/ synch 0 reported in audit
CMS-XML Invalid SYNCH0! errors in package audit
Invalid SYNCH 0 ! errors in package audit
CMS-XML Invalid Synch0's in BETA audit V520/Pkg17
Invalid Synch 0's in BETA audit V520/Pkg17
CMS-XML Invalid SYNCH17! and unexpected SYNCH0! errors being reported by simple package audit
Invalid SYNCH 17! and unexpected SYNCH 0 ! errors being reported by simple package audit
CMS-XML SYNCH0! erroneously flagged instead of SYNCH15! for new copybooks
SYNCH 0 ! erroneously flagged instead of SYNCH 15! for new copybooks
CMS-XML DEF184052: ZMF V6.1.1B – Invalid SYNCH0 errors related to the SECURITY paragraph of a COBOL
DEF184052: ZMF V6.1.1B – Invalid SYNCH 0 errors related to the SECURITY paragraph of a COBOL
CMS-XML Invalid SYNCH15s in V5.6.2C Audit for C language components where SYNCH0s are expected
Invalid SYNCH 15s in V5.6.2C Audit for C language components where SYNCH 0 s are expected
CMS-XML Invalid SYNCH15! for cross application audit
errors for copybooks being pulled in from other application's baseline libraries even when the other application is within the audit's scope. If SYNCH 15! errors are suppressed in CMNEX021 invalid SYNCH 0 ! messages are issued instead.
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