The last job to upgrade to Admin Tool-ADBCMBAF z/OS DB2 v10

James Park

The last job to upgrade to Admin Tool-ADBCMBAF z/OS DB2 v10
Dear listers,

I’ve run the last job to upgrade Admin Tool to v11.2 in a subsystem. The job name is ADBCMBAF.
It has given me a rc=12.

The error message says below. I don’t understand where a member GOCCCM comes from. The job doesn’t have GOCCCM but GOCCM.
Thank you,

--JCL
//PROCLIB JCLLIB ORDER=ADBB20.ADBTCZ.PROCLIB
//*
//******************************************************************
//* *
//* STEPS TO VERIFY THE CM BATCH JCL PROCEDURE SETUP: *
//* 1) SUBMIT THIS JOB TO REGISTER A CHANGE FOR THE LISTED DDL. *
//* THIS JOB WILL IMPORT THE DDL BELOW, RUN CM ANALYZE, AND *
//* CREATE THE RUN AND RECOVER JOBS IN: *
//* &USERID..CMBIVP.RUN.JCL *
//* 2) SUBMIT THE RUN JOB *
//* 3) VERIFY THE DDL WAS RUN. *
//* 4) SUBMIT THE RECOVER JOB TO UNDO THE DDL CHANGES. *
//* *
//******************************************************************
//GOCCM EXEC GOCCM,SSID=DB2X
//GOCCM.PARMS DD *
PREFIX_FOR_DATA_SETS='&USERID..CMBIVP'
,GENERATE_RECOVER_CHANGE = 'Y'
,IMPORT_PENDING_CHANGE_ACTION = 'S'
,RECOVER_PENDING_CHANGE_ACTION = 'S'
/*
//GOCCM.IMCHG001 DD *


--Job output

********************************* TOP OF DATA *************************
ACF0C038 ACF2 LOGONID ATTRIBUTES HAVE REPLACED DEFAULT USER ATTRIBUTES
IKJ56005I MEMBER GOCCCM NOT FOUND WITHIN THE STANDARD SEARCH ORDER
IKJ56701I MISSING MEMBER NAME+
IKJ56701I MISSING NAME OF PROGRAM TO BE EXECUTED
IKJ56000I COMMAND SYSTEM ERROR+
IKJ56000I PARSE RETURN CODE IS 0004
READY
END
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Lizette Koehler

The last job to upgrade to Admin Tool-ADBCMBAF z/OS DB2 v10
(in response to James Park)
Search orders are not the proc name but a member of a concatenated DD.


For example, for ISPF, I would look in (depending if it is a load module or a CLIST/REXX)



LINKLIST

STEPLIB

SYSPROC

SYSEXEC



The manual should point you to the member name GOCCCM and where it is located. The dataset it will be found in.



Look at the expansion for proc GOCCM and see what datasets are allocated on each of those DD statements. Then see where the GOCCCM is located in the manual. Then see if that Dataset is properly allocated in the PROC.





Lizette





From: PARK, JAMES [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 8:07 AM
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Subject: [DB2-L] - The last job to upgrade to Admin Tool-ADBCMBAF z/OS DB2 v10



Dear listers,



I’ve run the last job to upgrade Admin Tool to v11.2 in a subsystem. The job name is ADBCMBAF.

It has given me a rc=12.



The error message says below. I don’t understand where a member GOCCCM comes from. The job doesn’t have GOCCCM but GOCCM.

Thank you,



--JCL

//PROCLIB JCLLIB ORDER=ADBB20.ADBTCZ.PROCLIB

//*

//******************************************************************

//* *

//* STEPS TO VERIFY THE CM BATCH JCL PROCEDURE SETUP: *

//* 1) SUBMIT THIS JOB TO REGISTER A CHANGE FOR THE LISTED DDL. *

//* THIS JOB WILL IMPORT THE DDL BELOW, RUN CM ANALYZE, AND *

//* CREATE THE RUN AND RECOVER JOBS IN: *

//* &USERID..CMBIVP.RUN.JCL *

//* 2) SUBMIT THE RUN JOB *

//* 3) VERIFY THE DDL WAS RUN. *

//* 4) SUBMIT THE RECOVER JOB TO UNDO THE DDL CHANGES. *

//* *

//******************************************************************

//GOCCM EXEC GOCCM,SSID=DB2X

//GOCCM.PARMS DD *

PREFIX_FOR_DATA_SETS='&USERID..CMBIVP'

,GENERATE_RECOVER_CHANGE = 'Y'

,IMPORT_PENDING_CHANGE_ACTION = 'S'

,RECOVER_PENDING_CHANGE_ACTION = 'S'

/*

//GOCCM.IMCHG001 DD *





--Job output



********************************* TOP OF DATA *************************

ACF0C038 ACF2 LOGONID ATTRIBUTES HAVE REPLACED DEFAULT USER ATTRIBUTES

IKJ56005I MEMBER GOCCCM NOT FOUND WITHIN THE STANDARD SEARCH ORDER

IKJ56701I MISSING MEMBER NAME+

IKJ56701I MISSING NAME OF PROGRAM TO BE EXECUTED

IKJ56000I COMMAND SYSTEM ERROR+

IKJ56000I PARSE RETURN CODE IS 0004

READY

END

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Kirk Hampton

The last job to upgrade to Admin Tool-ADBCMBAF z/OS DB2 v10
(in response to Lizette Koehler)
I could be wrong, it’s been a while,
but I believe the “GOC” prefix is for IBM’s Object Compare Tool, not Admin Tool.
If you are not licensed for both tools, then anything named GOC* may not exist on your system.
You should check to see if this job you are trying to run is labeled as optional, or depends on the other tools.

Thanks,
J. Kirk Hampton
DB2 z/OS Sysprog
HCL America
Frisco, Texas

(Unwept, Unhonor'd, and Unsung)



From: Lizette Koehler [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 9:29 AM
To: [login to unmask email]
Subject: [DB2-L] - RE: The last job to upgrade to Admin Tool-ADBCMBAF z/OS DB2 v10

Search orders are not the proc name but a member of a concatenated DD.

For example, for ISPF, I would look in (depending if it is a load module or a CLIST/REXX)

LINKLIST
STEPLIB
SYSPROC
SYSEXEC

The manual should point you to the member name GOCCCM and where it is located. The dataset it will be found in.

Look at the expansion for proc GOCCM and see what datasets are allocated on each of those DD statements. Then see where the GOCCCM is located in the manual. Then see if that Dataset is properly allocated in the PROC.


Lizette


From: PARK, JAMES [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 8:07 AM
To: [login to unmask email]
Subject: [DB2-L] - The last job to upgrade to Admin Tool-ADBCMBAF z/OS DB2 v10

Dear listers,

I’ve run the last job to upgrade Admin Tool to v11.2 in a subsystem. The job name is ADBCMBAF.
It has given me a rc=12.

The error message says below. I don’t understand where a member GOCCCM comes from. The job doesn’t have GOCCCM but GOCCM.
Thank you,

--JCL
//PROCLIB JCLLIB ORDER=ADBB20.ADBTCZ.PROCLIB
//*
//******************************************************************
//* *
//* STEPS TO VERIFY THE CM BATCH JCL PROCEDURE SETUP: *
//* 1) SUBMIT THIS JOB TO REGISTER A CHANGE FOR THE LISTED DDL. *
//* THIS JOB WILL IMPORT THE DDL BELOW, RUN CM ANALYZE, AND *
//* CREATE THE RUN AND RECOVER JOBS IN: *
//* &USERID..CMBIVP.RUN.JCL *
//* 2) SUBMIT THE RUN JOB *
//* 3) VERIFY THE DDL WAS RUN. *
//* 4) SUBMIT THE RECOVER JOB TO UNDO THE DDL CHANGES. *
//* *
//******************************************************************
//GOCCM EXEC GOCCM,SSID=DB2X
//GOCCM.PARMS DD *
PREFIX_FOR_DATA_SETS='&USERID..CMBIVP'
,GENERATE_RECOVER_CHANGE = 'Y'
,IMPORT_PENDING_CHANGE_ACTION = 'S'
,RECOVER_PENDING_CHANGE_ACTION = 'S'
/*
//GOCCM.IMCHG001 DD *


--Job output

********************************* TOP OF DATA *************************
ACF0C038 ACF2 LOGONID ATTRIBUTES HAVE REPLACED DEFAULT USER ATTRIBUTES
IKJ56005I MEMBER GOCCCM NOT FOUND WITHIN THE STANDARD SEARCH ORDER
IKJ56701I MISSING MEMBER NAME+
IKJ56701I MISSING NAME OF PROGRAM TO BE EXECUTED
IKJ56000I COMMAND SYSTEM ERROR+
IKJ56000I PARSE RETURN CODE IS 0004
READY
END
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Venkat Srinivasan

RE: The last job to upgrade to Admin Tool-ADBCMBAF z/OS DB2 v10
(in response to James Park)

comes from object compare tool lib sgocllib. gocccm is a lmod in that member.

Venkat
 
In Reply to James Park:

Dear listers,

I’ve run the last job to upgrade Admin Tool to v11.2 in a subsystem. The job name is ADBCMBAF.
It has given me a rc=12.

The error message says below. I don’t understand where a member GOCCCM comes from. The job doesn’t have GOCCCM but GOCCM.
Thank you,

--JCL
//PROCLIB JCLLIB ORDER=ADBB20.ADBTCZ.PROCLIB
//*
//******************************************************************
//* *
//* STEPS TO VERIFY THE CM BATCH JCL PROCEDURE SETUP: *
//* 1) SUBMIT THIS JOB TO REGISTER A CHANGE FOR THE LISTED DDL. *
//* THIS JOB WILL IMPORT THE DDL BELOW, RUN CM ANALYZE, AND *
//* CREATE THE RUN AND RECOVER JOBS IN: *
//* &USERID..CMBIVP.RUN.JCL *
//* 2) SUBMIT THE RUN JOB *
//* 3) VERIFY THE DDL WAS RUN. *
//* 4) SUBMIT THE RECOVER JOB TO UNDO THE DDL CHANGES. *
//* *
//******************************************************************
//GOCCM EXEC GOCCM,SSID=DB2X
//GOCCM.PARMS DD *
PREFIX_FOR_DATA_SETS='&USERID..CMBIVP'
,GENERATE_RECOVER_CHANGE = 'Y'
,IMPORT_PENDING_CHANGE_ACTION = 'S'
,RECOVER_PENDING_CHANGE_ACTION = 'S'
/*
//GOCCM.IMCHG001 DD *


--Job output

********************************* TOP OF DATA *************************
ACF0C038 ACF2 LOGONID ATTRIBUTES HAVE REPLACED DEFAULT USER ATTRIBUTES
IKJ56005I MEMBER GOCCCM NOT FOUND WITHIN THE STANDARD SEARCH ORDER
IKJ56701I MISSING MEMBER NAME+
IKJ56701I MISSING NAME OF PROGRAM TO BE EXECUTED
IKJ56000I COMMAND SYSTEM ERROR+
IKJ56000I PARSE RETURN CODE IS 0004
READY
END
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