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CMS-XML CPXDB2 command not found
CPXDB2 command not found
CMS-XML COMMAND CPX$ISPF NOT FOUND
COMMAND CPX$ISPF NOT FOUND
CMS-XML IKJ56500I COMMAND CDF410 NOT FOUND
IKJ56500I COMMAND CDF410 NOT FOUND
CMS-XML Getting 'INVALID COMMAND NAME SYNTAX' while installing COMPAREX
Getting 'INVALID COMMAND NAME SYNTAX' while installing COMPAREX
MS-WORD CPX.rexx stored procedures.doc
IF LEFT(CMD,2) = ""'" & RIGHT(CMD,2) = "'"" THEN CMD = SUBSTR( CMD ,2, LENGTH ( CMD )-2) ELSE
CMS-XML LIC0000E Message module LICM0ENU could not be loaded.
Getting the following errors when trying to invoke option 6 - FOREGROUND from the COMPAREX Primary Menu . LIC0000E Message module LICM0ENU could not be loaded. LIC0001E Message ID 47 not found.
CMS-XML TBGET Issued for Table CPXINOPT when Selecting Options 6, 7 or 8.
Getting ISPF Dialog Error: ISPT034 when attemping to access Options 6, 7 or 8 from the Comparex Primary Option Menu .
CMS-XML The previous version is displayed on the Primary panel (CPX@PRIM)?
After upgrading COMPAREX, the primary option menu , CPX@PRIM
CMS-XML From COMPAREX Option 6, receiving error msg - unable to open table CPXPROF.
When installing the ISPF interface for COMPAREX and going through the menu options, after trying option 6 then hitting PF3, receives ISPF error msg: Unable to open table - CPXPROF
CMS-XML CPX00I - FORMAT=2 results in RC=16
In CPX 8.3, if a user specified a digit for the FORMAT command , CPX would convert it to a 2 digit field. CPX 8.7 is converting the single digit to 2 digits; however, a RC=16 syntax error occurs. Tthe CPX 8.7 manual does state that the argument for this field REQUIRES 2 digits as seen below.
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