What methods can be used to determine if a program is excluded from CA InterTest for CICS monitoring?

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Article ID: 15208

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CA InterTest - CICS CA InterTest - Batch CA InterTest VSE - CICS

Issue/Introduction

CA InterTest for CICS creates a Monitoring Table and an Exclusion Table at startup.  Program exclusion can be accomplished by using either a CNTL=EXCL command or including the CNTL=EXCL command(s) in a PROMMAC table to issue the command(s) automatically at InterTest startup.   



What methods are available to see which program(s) might be excluded from monitoring? 

Environment

CA InterTest for CICS being used in a CICS environment.

Resolution

The CA InterTest for CICS Monitoring and Exclusion Table can be displayed by using one of the following two methods:

  • Choosing Option 31 Utility Functions on the CNTL menu
    • then List CA Intertest tables
  • Entering a CNTL=LIST command   

Additional Information

For more information on the CNTL=LIST command refer to

  •  TEC1307445 - which shows examples of the CNTL=EXCL commands that can be used in a PROMMAC table
  •  The section entitled CNTL Commands and Menus from the CA InterTest and Symdump r10.0 or  r11.0 Documentation wiki

Either method will result in a display similar to the following:

CA InterTest Monitoring Table list, 11:05 a.m.

IGZCPAC    IGZXLPKA   COB2ABND   COBDEMO    COB*

0014 FREE SLOTS IN INITIAL TABLE

CA InterTest Exclusion  Table list, 11:05 a.m.

ASM*       P1*        IDX*       TM*        UCF*       TS2TS23

0008 FREE SLOTS IN INITIAL TABLE

           * End of Report *

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