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CMS-XML Invalid SEREX006 MSGS dataset allocation attempted
Invalid SEREX006 MSGS dataset allocation attempted
CMS-XML ZMF 8.1.1 SEREX006 copybook
ZMF 8.1.1 SEREX006 copybook
CMS-XML Purpose of exit SEREX006 and the .MSGS datasets it allocates. Messaging Between All Clients Has Been Standardized.
Purpose of exit SEREX006 and the .MSGS datasets it allocates. Messaging Between All Clients Has Been Standardized.
CMS-XML SEREX006-related abends in non-SMS environments
SEREX006 -related abends in non-SMS environments
CMS-XML SEREX006 copybook not available on download
SEREX006 copybook not available on download
CMS-XML SEREX006 not listed in SERPRINT when active
SEREX006 not listed in SERPRINT when active
CMS-XML Cosmetic SER0604I message problem when DYNDCLAS populated in SEREX006
Cosmetic SER0604I message problem when DYNDCLAS populated in SEREX006
CMS-XML The same version of SEREX006 should be able to be run for multiple tasks on the same or different LPARS.
The same version of SEREX006 should be able to be run for multiple tasks on the same or different LPARS.
CMS-XML S0C7 SERNTFYR+B82 in ZMF Server task after invalid user *.MSGS dataset allocated
A customer copied the valid contents of USERA’s message log file (i.e. SEREX006 defined HLQ.MSGS, LRECL=448, BLKSIZE=28224) to a dataset with LRECL=80, BLKSIZE=800 that matched the same naming convention for USERB. Every time that USERB subsequently attempted to connect to the ZMF Server started task the following abend was encountered within the started task:
CMS-XML IEE822E COMMANDS ARE AT 80% OF LIMIT IN COMMAND CLASS M3
With the introduction of SEREX006 , when a user is not logged onto ZMF, messages are written to the log dataset dynamically allocated by the exit. When the number of messages in the user’s log dataset get to a certain number, for example 50 messages, when they finally do log back on to ZMF they are ‘flooded’ with all the missed messages. If you look in the System Log you will see the following messages:
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