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CMS-XML Invalid password error with batch logonid
... still receive an invalid password error when the job ... When the job runs on the same lpar it completes successfully, and an invalid id message is written to the task. When it is submitted on a different lpar, they receive the invalid password error in the job. They are running the CMN010 from global . ... When you define the PASSTICKET in an ACF2 environment you need to specify 'MULT-USE' in order to have similar functionality as RACF (i.e. NO REPLAY PROTECTION).
CMS-XML Edit of HFS component getting error 'SER0308I The file exists'
... code built an invalid file name. To get around the problem go into Global Admin Parms and on the field 'HFS Temp Folder' placed the cursor right after value you had entered , then scroll right using the space bar and hit PF11 to continue scrolling to the end of the field. ... The same workaround also resolves another customer-repored problem where attempts to edit a UFS component failed with a 'File not found/CMN000 The specified file or a directory in the pathname was not found.' error .
CMS-XML CMNENTFY process does not update checkpoint date when global parms are locked
... to the location specified in the NTFYURL ... ... updated in the global admin general record ... However, a situation may arise where the global admin parms ... For example, if a global administrator was updating the global parms ... That is the kind of issue where administrators see the following type of error accessing the A.G.* options in the ISPF interface: GLOBAL PARMS IN USE/CMN5178I - Global admin parameters currently being updated ... the CMNENTFY process can still successfully send the events/transactions to the target specified in the NTFYURL address for processing.
CMS-XML CMNBAT40 calculating package aging using incorrect value
It does not appear to be global admin or any other application admin. When running this here we always receive a value of ‘1’ in the ‘AGING IN DAYS’ column and this was the consistent value across global and many application admin definitions prior to changing it to a higher number. ... In the reporting customer’s situation, they formerly had a consistent value of 4000 specified and, despite changing it to a much lower number, the 4000 persists.
CMS-XML 'UNDEFINED SITE' message specifying sites at package create time (installation calendar)
Each physical global admin site record contains enough room to contain 3 entries for site definitions. ... In CMN ZMF instances that utilise the installation calendar functionality, when creating a package (online) only the sites defined on the first physical global site record are available for selection. All others receive the following error when package creation is attempted:
CMS-XML Behaviour of aging parameter 0 documented incorrectly
Hence 0 is the highest possible value that can be specified in these fields. The ISPF help panels behind the appropriate global and application administration panels document the correct behaviour.
CMS-XML CMN990 report fails when run against a new ZMF 5.6.x install when the 'Global Notification File' modification Date and Time have not been updated in the Package Master.
... install and the Global Notification Update Date ... If you have a new install of ZMF 5.6.0 with the Global Admin parms ‘Use Global Notification File’ and ‘Allow Application Update to Notification File’ set to ‘YES’, and a ‘ Global Notification File’ specified , but have never selected option ‘N’ (Notify - Update the Global Notification File), when you run the CMN990 report it will fail with the following error : ... IRX0040I Error running CMN990, line 533: Incorrect call to routine
CMS-XML New Features in ChangeMan ZMF 8.2 Patch 1
... release administrators and global administrators could delete ... ... do so, specify a new option ... ... enables you to specify the DL ( ... ... to update a specified component. ... in to the specified area. ... in to the specified area regardless of ... The form numbers (maximum of 50) must be specified ... Invalid Field Error Message Has Been Changed ... Package Report (Report 170) from either global or application administration functions, and you specified only the application mnemonic on the Report Selection List (CMNREPT6) panel, the following messages were displayed:
CMS-XML What’s New in ChangeMan ZMF 8.2 Patch 4
Global application panels and ... A Warning Message Is Issued if an Invalid Parameter Is Passed ... A warning message is issued if an invalid parameter is passed ... ... of N in global and application administration ... You can specify the following processing ... ... You Can Now Specify Short, Long ... ... You can now specify the Short, ... Global and Application Administrators Cannot Specify the Same Library ... Global administrators must specify a different library ... Global Library Types Part ... ... associated with a specified source component library ... ... application administrators must specify a different library ... ... associated with a specified source component library ...
CMS-XML New Features in ChangeMan ZMF 8.2
You specify the email notification ... ... application through ZMF global administration on the Global Parameters - Part ... ... on configuring these global and application administration ... ... that you can specify to discover macros ... If you specify MACRO=YES ... You can specify the MACRO= ... ... , you can specify this parameter following ... If you specify one or more ... ... = parameter is specified , the default ... ... = is a global parameter and should be specified ahead of application ... ... to process a specified JSON schema. ... code in the specified skeletons for more ... if you specify the QC function ... If you specify the Detach Package ...
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