CADD702E UTIL Invalid syntax errors running DDEXLDSI

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Article ID: 129099

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Products

CA Dispatch Output Mgmt

Issue/Introduction

When running the CADDUTIL utility (job DDEXLDSI) to install a new ROOT LDS with the desire to not associate a DESTINATION to the processing CLASS defined for the task and to intentionally prevent the dynamic INTERCEPT function from being turned on for this class, the following errors were received:   

With syntax of ADD statement coded as:
CADD602I UTIL : ADD RPI1 , C = 4 , D = , A = NOINTERCEPT 

The following errors were received:

CADD702E UTIL Invalid syntax at offset 0023
CADD704E UTIL Invalid keyword at offset 0036 : NOINTERCEPT

Cause

The ADD statement contained syntactical and coding errors.
 

Environment

z/OS
 

Resolution

Syntax on ADD statement as: 

 ADD RPI1 , C = 4 , D = , A = NOINTERCEPT  
Received: CADD702E UTIL Invalid syntax at offset 0023 

This problem was resolved by simply removing the D=(BLANK) parameter since they did not wish to associate a destination to the RPI1 task. 

Syntax on ADD statement as:

ADD RPI1 , C = 4 , A = NOINTERCEPT 
Received CADD704E UTIL Invalid keyword at offset 0036 : NOINTERCE 

This problem was resolved by defining the ACTION parameter as A = NOI instead of as NOINTERCEPT

Additional Information

For more information on the syntax and coding requirements for the the CADDUTIL utility ADD statements, please see Chapter 7 in the CA Dispatch 11.7 System Programmers Guide where we document the "CADDUTIL Command Parameters".