***UNSUPPORTED*** and ***UNDEFINED*** messages in the LIBS command after upgrading.

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

After upgrading you may see from the Sysview ISPF menu,***UNSUPPORTED*** and ***UNDEFINED*** datasets upon issuing the LIBS command.

These messages can also be found in the Sysview job log,

For example:


CAPLIB   USER   ***UNSUPPORTED*** 
         SITE   ***UNDEFINED***** 

Solution:

The LIBS command displays information about product libraries and data sets. Check the Options that you have set up for the command:

Options UNDEF UNSUP USER SITE SYSTEM


| UNDef         | Controls whether or not undefined data sets     
| NOUNDef       | ("***UNDEFINED*****" in the DatasetName field)  
  UNDefined     | should be displayed. The initial default for    
| NOUNDefined   | this option is UNDEF. You can use the full      
|               | length keyword but only the short form will     
|               | be displayed in the information area. You only  
|               | need to enter the uppercase part of the keyword 
|               | for it to be correctly recognized.              
+------------------+-------------------------------------------------
|  UNSup        | Controls whether or not unsupported data sets   
| NOUNSup       | ("***UNSUPPORTED***" in the DatasetName field)  
   UNSupported  | should be displayed. The initial default for    
| NOUNSupported | this option is UNSUP. You can use the full      
|               | length keyword but only the short form will     
|               | be displayed in the information area. You only  
|               | need to enter the uppercase part of the keyword 
|               | for it to be correctly recognized.

Environment

Release: FAQSO.00200-13.9-SYSVIEW-Performance Management
Component: