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CMS-XML SMP/E DELETE parameter for older FMIDs
The DELETE parameter to remove older FMIDs can be added by the installer to remove the older FMIDs when the next version is installed. The installation documentation will be updated.
CMS-XML FIXPDS against PDSE requires OLD
FIX RESET END //
CMS-XML startool DELETE of members results in job hung
//ENQ EXEC PGM=IEFBR14 //ENQ DD DISP= OLD ,DSN=DR.SSM.TEST.LOAD.ORIGINAL //*
CMS-XML S0C1 PDSMAINB S40A-008 - PDS264I This is a null vsam data set
S0C1 occurs when using $INSTALL=9 to prevent FDM from adding a seed record to the dataset. Older FDM documentation from early releases indicates that the s0c1 could be normal. From customer abend:
CMS-XML FDM generating incomplete COMPAREC ending messages in z/os 1.6
NEW: SYS1.SERENA.PARMLIB(JS2PRMZ2) OLD : SYS1.SERENA.P
CMS-XML SUBLIST EXCLUDE not excluding members
//SYSUDUMP DD SYSOUT=* //ISPPROF DD DISP= OLD ,DSN=ISPF.ISPPROFB //SYSTSPRT DD SYSOUT=*
CMS-XML DELINK removed from FDM
DELINK removed from FDM
CMS-XML PDS722E error message in removing authorization or reauthorizing module
PDS722E error message in removing authorization or reauthorizing module
CMS-XML remove $INSTALL=9 from PDS#OPT4 source
remove $INSTALL=9 from PDS#OPT4 source
CMS-XML How does the FDM LLA command work?
If you are planning to rename members of an LLA controlled data set, set “Remove renamed members” in SETALL for MEMLIST to NO. Then, after a member is renamed with the REN line command, enter an LLA line command on both the old and new member names to inform LLA of their status changes. After the LLA subcommands finish , remove the old member name with an X line command.
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