How can I verify if I am running CA Date Simulator release 2.0 fix level TF1D331 or TF1D332?
Since CA Date Simulator is not SMP/E controlled there is no easy way to determine what fix level you have applied. To determine what fix level you have applied the CA Date Simulator started task must be active. The you need to run the following SHOWWARP utility program JCL below. The SHOWWARP report will list certain modules which can be used to determine what fix level you are running based on the modules assembled date and time.
//SHOWWARP EXEC PGM=SHOWWARP
//STEPLIB DD DISP=SHR,DSN=TWARP20.LOAD
// DD DISP=SHR,DSN=TWARP20.APFLOAD
//SYSOUT DD SYSOUT=X
If your SHOWWARP report shows your modules with the following assemble date and time stamps then you are running fix TF1D331 or TF1D332.
WARPSVC V200 04/11/13 17.36
WARPPCR1 V200 05/09/16 11.47
WARPPCR3 V200 06/03/13 17.40
WARPFETI V200 07/29/13 13.41
WARPFLIH V200 02/02/12 15.31
WARPFLI2 V200 05/09/16 11.47
Then you need to browse Date Simulator load module WARPCICS. In load module WARPCICS is an assemble-link date and time stamp as shown below.
Fix Level TF1D331 has a date and time stamp for WARPCICS of
WARPCICS V200 05/09/16 11.47
Fix level TF1D332 has a date and time stamp for WARPCICS of
WARPCICS V200 06/27/16 17.49
If you are not sure what fix level you have applied please open a case with CA Technical support and attach the SHOWWARP report to the case.