errors applying new site keys. CAS9125E - INVALID DATA: MISSING KEYWORD: LMPCODE   

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Article ID: 143298

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CA CIS CA Common Services for z/OS CA Database Management Solutions for DB2 for z/OS CA Common Services CA LDAP Server for z/OS CA Chorus Software Manager MF - MISC OLD CODES CA Output Management Web Viewer

Issue/Introduction

Ran CAS9 to load license keys. Keys were accepted but an error message was generated.

 

IEF196I CAS9115I - INPUT: SITEID(09972991)
IEF196I SITECODE(*********************)
CAS9115I - INPUT: SITEID(09972991) SITECODE(*********************)
IEF196I CAS9115I - INPUT: NAME(COMPANYNAME)
CAS9115I - INPUT: NAME(COMPANYNAME)
IEF196I CAS9174I - CA-LMP SITEID CONTROL CARD PROCESSED FOR
IEF196I SITE(01234567)
CAS9174I - CA-LMP SITEID CONTROL CARD PROCESSED FOR SITE(01234567)
IEF196I CAS9175I - CLIENT NAME (COMPANYNAME)
CAS9175I - CLIENT NAME (COMPANYNAME)
IEF196I CAS9115I - INPUT:
CAS9115I - INPUT:
IEF196I CAS9125E - INVALID DATA: MISSING KEYWORD: LMPCODE
CAS9125E - INVALID DATA: MISSING KEYWORD: LMPCODE
IEF196I CAS9115I - INPUT: PROD(TL) DATE(30DEC20) CPU(*SITE*-/01234567)
IEF196I LMPCODE(*******
CAS9115I - INPUT: PROD(TL) DATE(30DEC20) CPU(*SITE*-/01234567)
LMPCODE(*******
IEF196I CAS9190I - PRODUCT (TL) KEY ACCEPTED FOR THIS CPU  

Cause

The "MISSING KEYWORD: LMPCODE" can occur if:

  • the continuation character was not used correctly, thus preventing the NAME(COMPANYNAME) from being accurately read on the next line.
  • coding a blank line in the KEYS member

In the above example the continuation  character was correctly defined, but a blank line was defined.

Environment

Release : ANY

Component : CA Resource Initialization Manager(CAIRIM)

Resolution

If coding NAME variable of Site keys on second line due to length, be sure to code a dash '-' character in column #72 of first line.

If coding a blank link, be sure to place an asterisk in column #1 denoting a comment.