CAS9579E - Product = J152 Initialization program ACFAEINT not loaded

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Issue/Introduction

Symptoms: 

A problem can occur when upgrading CA COMMON SERVICES (which includes ENF) from release 11.0 to release 14.1. After the upgrade, when ENF starts the following message is presented:

CAS9579E - Product = J152 Initialization program ACFAEINT not loaded

 

Environment:  

z/os 2.1, CA COMMON SERVICES 14.1, ACF2 15.0

 

Cause: 

The error message is being generated due to the presence of a DCM (data control module) in the ENF parameter file resulting in the failed attempt to load its related initialization program. In this case the failure to load ACFAEINT is a result of having a DCM statement defined for J152DCM2. Here, both ACFAEINT and J152DCM2 are CA-ACF2 related elements.

CA-ACF2 DCM J152DCM2 was delivered by CA-ACF2 r5.1 and CA-ACF2 r6.0. These are both old unsupported releases.

CA-ACF2 DCM J161DCM2 is the currently supported DCM. This will load initialization program CAKSCINT, which must be accessible to ENF either via STEPLIB or LINKLST.

 

Resolution:

To resolve the problem, remove the DCM(J152DCM2) statement from the ENF parameter file (ie. ENFPARMS). If you require ENF/CICS and ACF2/CICS to secure your CICS regions with CA-ACF2 Security, than be sure to define the following two DCM statements in the ENF paramter file:

 DCM(CAS9DCM2)      

 DCM(J161DCM2)


 

Environment

Release: CA90SV00200-14.1-Common Services-for z/OS
Component: