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CMS-XML Duplicate components in participating packages within the same complex or super package
When auditing a package, customers may see different package numbers generated in the audit report for various errors based on the sequence that the participating packages are defined within the complex. For example, a SYNCH 15 ! error for a copybook that is resident in more than one participating package within the complex could be displayed as coming from any of the packages in which it resides.
MS-WORD ChangeMan ZMF Hilo Documentation Content and Notes
If CMNWRITE run a second (or third, etc.) time within a given compile, then the “OPT=CONTINUE” control card will automatically be added to CMNWRITE’s SYSIN DD to ensure that any new ISIC (source-to-copybook) records that are found during the second, third, etc. run of CMNWRITE will be saved into the master files for the source component being staged. This will ensure that SYNCH 4, SYNCH 5, SYNCH 15 , etc. will be generated as needed during Audit.
CMS-XML How to use the document manager docstore synch utility.
How to use the document manager docstore synch utility.
PDF Microsoft Word - ZMF ALF Event Filters for RLM.docx
... 07 No generate package information 08 Yes delete a package 09 No generate project information 10 Yes revert a package 11 No generate global information 12 No activate component 13 Yes package memo deleted 14 Yes undeleted package 15 Yes base rippled 16 Yes base reverse rippled 18 No install package aged 19 No component history aged 20 Yes approve a package 21 No calendar re- sync 22 No staging libraries aged 23 Yes backout a release 24 Yes install a release 25 Yes distribute a release 26 Yes delete a release 27 Yes revert a release 28 Yes ...
CMS-XML TRANSFORM examples in CNM SSM Detect and Synchronization Guide and Getting Started Guide are Incorrect
TRANSFORM examples in CNM SSM Detect and Synchronization Guide and Getting Started Guide are Incorrect
CMS-XML Sync Engine Integration RM and QC – QC on SQL Server : Dim RM 10.1.4, 2009 R1.01, 2009 R2
Sync Engine Integration RM and QC – QC on SQL Server : Dim RM 10.1.4, 2009 R1.01, 2009 R2
CMS-XML How to capture detailed logs for the RM QC Sync engine integration – Dim RM 10.1.4, 2009 R1.01, 2009 R2
How to capture detailed logs for the RM QC Sync engine integration – Dim RM 10.1.4, 2009 R1.01, 2009 R2
CMS-XML SSM823: References FILENAME as a PARM, but the correct PARM is FILE.
It has been identified in the Detect and Synch manual, that in Chapter 4, for HFS fingerprinting and comparing it states the parm FILENAME. This is not a valid PARM, it should be replaced by FILE, which is the vaild name.
MS-WORD ZMF ERO Release Audit Error Codes
Where a cell is blank it means that the combination is either valid or not applicable. ERR(099) implies that a potential out of synch situation has been detected but it relates to components which are outside of and have no bearing on the area being audited.
CMS-XML DIMCM12.1: z/OS: Link List Libraries
There is an intermittent problem with conflicts between the link list libraries and a tasklib (STEPLIB) in the sBem. This manifests itself as the sBem loading the wrong module in the attached sub-task. For example, if is in the link list and is on the TASKLIB for the compile step, then the wrong version of IGYCRCTL gets loaded, and then the COBOL compiler fails (because a subsequent sub-module of the COBOL compiler is not in synch with the main line).
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