How do you back off a bad version of a test apar that has been applied?

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CA Mainframe Software Manager (Chorus Software Manager)

Issue/Introduction

 

 



How do you back off a bad test apar that has been applied?

Environment

Release: MSMNGR00200-5.1-Chorus Software Manager
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Resolution

Part I: Back off the bad version of the test apar that has been applied.

1. Go to the SMP/E Tab and select the CSI where the apar is applied.

2. Click the Maintenance Button and find the bad test apar that you wish to back off.

3. To the right on the same line as the apar number, click the Action Button and then select Restore.

For Example: 

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Part II:

Delete the bad version of the test apar from your Software Catalog.

1.  From the Products Tab, click on the Product Release.

2.  Find test apar you wish to delete in the list of maintenance.

3.  To the right of the test apar number click the Action Button and select Delete.

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4.  When the Delete Task completes, click Refresh on the page and you will no longer see the test apar in the       maintenance list. 

 

Additional Information

https://docops.ca.com/ca-chorus-software-manager/6-1/en/using/general-best-practices/update-the-catalog-with-an-unpublished-ptf

 

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