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OPSBCPII failed after 13.5 ptfs

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Article ID: 186500

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OPS/MVS Event Management & Automation

Issue/Introduction

Please advise. The OPIIDRV mod has the OPSBCP999E msg.

$HASP373 OPSBCPII STARTED                                             

IEF403I OPSBCPII - STARTED                                            

OPS7902O STATEMAN ACTION FOR STCTBL.OPSBCPII: STARTING_UP=NO ACTION FO

State of OPSBCPII is STARTING                                         

CASV0001I SRV initialization in progress                              

CASV0041I Task CASRVML0 started                                       

CASV0020I SRV log facility initialized                                

CASV0041I Task CASRVHTM started                                       

CASV0041I Task CASRVSCM started                                       

CASV0041I Task CASRVCMD started                                       

State of OPSBCPII is UP                                               

CASV0002I SRV initialization complete                                 

CASV0006I Operator communications interface enabled                   

CASV0104I 12.57.41 ATTACH 156                                         

CASV0261I ATTACH command acknowledged                                 

                                                                      

CASV0260I CASRVHTM Hosted-task OPSS     OPIIDRV  started              

OPSBCP999E -  Unable to load OPS/MVS API module - terminating         

CASV0263I CASRVHTM Hosted-task OPSS     OPIIDRV  terminated ECB=400000

State of OPSBCPII is STOPPING                                         

Environment

Release : 13.5

Component : OPS/MVS BCPII INTERFACE

Resolution

The error is due to the following missing module: The BCPii Server is attempting to load module CCSOPEXM which resides in the the CA Common Services library. If the module isn't in the linklist or LPA then it should be added to the BCPii Server proc steplib.