Could you please explain how SERL, FERL VERL and TERL are handled differently for EXECUTE and SCHEDULE transfers?
It has been noticed in practice that TYPE=EXECUTE generally fail immediately but we recently had a case where a EXECUTE transfer tried to retry a TCP/IP connection (the listeners were up but the server was not started) with this error message sequence:
XCOMM0126E ... FMH7 SENSE 00000000
XCOMU0469E ... xcomd is not running or is not compatible
XCOMM0780E Txpi: 215: Socket send error return value = 140
I need clarification of when the TYPE=EXECUTE job will retry and when it won't as this is not documented, whereas the TYPE=SCHEDULE behavior is consistent.
Release : 12.0
Component : CA XCOM Data Transport for z/OS
For comparison of TYPE=SCHEDULE and TYPE=EXECUTE see KB article 56208: CA XCOM TYPE=SCHEDULE and TYPE=EXECUTE