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IDMS: JOB 05 Change COPYMOD to COPYGRP to Automatically Bring in the Aliases for the Member Names

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Article ID: 190431

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IDMS IDMS - Database IDMS - ADS

Issue/Introduction

JOB 05 uses COPYMOD 

For example:
//SYSIN    DD *                                                 

    COPYMOD INDD=IN,OUTDD=OUT                                   
    SELECT MEMBER=DBTB1900                                      
    SELECT MEMBER=DMCL1900                                      
/*    

and in the output of JOB 05 you will see that the aliases for the member names were not included in the copy.                                                          


IGW01569W MEMBER CV51DBTB WAS SPECIFIED FOR COPY BUT ONLY 0 OF 1                

 ALIASES WERE SPECIFIED                                                         
IGW01569W MEMBER CV51DMCL WAS SPECIFIED FOR COPY BUT ONLY 0 OF 1                
 ALIASES WERE SPECIFIED                                                         

Is there a way for JOB 05 can be modified to automatically bring in the aliases defined for the member names in the LOADLIB?

Environment

Release : 19.0

Component : CA ADS

Resolution


Yes in JOB 05 you can change the COPYMOD to COPYGRP and that will automatically bring in aliases for the member names in the LOADLIB.

For example: 
//SYSIN    DD *                                                 
    COPYGRP INDD=IN,OUTDD=OUT                                   
    SELECT MEMBER=DBTB1900                                      
    SELECT MEMBER=DMCL1900                                      
/*    

With COPYGRP specified you can see the aliases for the member names were automatically copied.

IGW01553I ALIAS IDMSDBTB OF COPIED PRIMARY CV51DBTB HAS BEEN COPIED             
IGW01553I ALIAS IDMSDMCL OF COPIED PRIMARY CV51DMCL HAS BEEN COPIED             

Additional Information

https://techdocs.broadcom.com/content/broadcom/techdocs/us/en/ca-mainframe-software/database-management/ca-idms/19-0/installing/install-and-maintain-z-os/starting-your-product/generated-configuration-tasks.html#concept.dita_57ea8f60d2c0cf25bfbfe4b53ae76a1cc28a1072_DatabaseFilesAllocation