SYS0009E Invalid PSP level

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Article ID: 142352

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CA MICS Resource Management

Issue/Introduction

Trying to load R14.2 into the PSP libraries.  PSPLOAD abended with a U998.  Below are the error messages.,

DSN0996I LPEBLDD V1.2 Copyright (C) 2019 CA.  All rights  reserved.             

DSN0001I MICS product tape unload beginning at 14:24 on 19/360.                 

SYSA002I PARMS= 'KEYTYPE=LMP'                                                   

SYS0002I INPUT= '* TAPE TYPE KEYWORD FOR PSP AND UPG LOADS'                     

SYS0002I INPUT= 'TT=PSP'                                                        

SYS0002I INPUT= 'IL=1710'                                                       

SYS0002I INPUT= 'SP=(1710 1604)'                                                

SYS0009E Invalid PSP level 1604.                                                

SYS0004E Invalid syntax for SP.                                                 

SYS0006I End-of-File on SYSIN                                                   

SYS0022I Memory size is 8M.                                                     

SYS0019I Tapetype is PSP.                                                       

SYS0015I Integration level is 1710.                                             

SYS0017I The following PSP levels have been selected:                           

SYS0011i         1710                                                           

DSN0032E Input processor failed with return code=16.                            

DSN0027E ABORT has been requested, however no dump will be produced($DUMP not sp

Environment

Release : 14.1

Component : MICS

Resolution

This was occurring in the PSPCOPY step of the job where it uses the CAI.MICSESD.TAPELOAD.DATA and TAPELOAD.OBJ as input.  These data-sets were from a previous version of MICS.  Specify the correct high level qualifier in the proc for YOURHLQ or rerun the UNZIPJCL job from the PAX file to create new CAI.MICSESD datasets and specify that hlq in the proc.