IDMS: Cloned CV DC075110 VTAM FUNCTION OPEN ACB  ERROR CODE = 00580000  

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Article ID: 191971

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CA IDMS CA IDMS - Database CA IDMS - ADS

Issue/Introduction

I have cloned an IDMS CV and on startup it is getting these messages -

IDMS DC390015 V127 OPENING LINE D02IDM01                                        
IDMS DC075110 VTAM FUNCTION OPEN ACB  ERROR CODE = 00580000  APPLID =  D02IDM01 
        CANNOT BE RESTART                                                       
IDMS DC390015 V127 OPENING LINE D02IDM02                                        
IDMS DC075110 VTAM FUNCTION OPEN ACB  ERROR CODE = 00580000  APPLID =  D02IDM02 
        CANNOT BE RESTART                                                       

The CV that I cloned from that is running on the same LPAR but there are other Lines in that CV that are named the same as this one.

The regions are the same.

Do you know what could cause these messages?

Cause

VTAM line does not have a unique APPLID (aka ACB) defined to VTAM.    

Environment

Release : 19.0

Component : CA ADS

Resolution

The 0058 error code in the DC075110 messages means that the APPLID named in the message is already in use to VTAM.
Each VTAM line must have a unique APPLID (aka ACB) defined to VTAM.     

In other words, the messages:

IDMS DC390015 V127 OPENING LINE D02IDM01                                        
IDMS DC075110 VTAM FUNCTION OPEN ACB  ERROR CODE = 00580000  APPLID =  D02IDM01 
        CANNOT BE RESTART                                                       
IDMS DC390015 V127 OPENING LINE D02IDM02                                        
IDMS DC075110 VTAM FUNCTION OPEN ACB  ERROR CODE = 00580000  APPLID =  D02IDM02 
        CANNOT BE RESTART   

DC075110 mean that the applid (D02IDM01) and (D02IDM02) are already in use to VTAM.
Each VTAM line must have a unique APPLID (aka ACB) defined to VTAM.     

Perhaps the reason there are other Lines in the CV that are named the same as this one could be because this is valid if the programs are not open concurrently.
So for example if the same VTAM Line/APPLID is defined to two CVs ... the first CV up will get it and the second CV up will get the
DC075110 ACB OPEN 0058 error.

If the new CV needs VTAM lines you will have to request new unique VTAM APPLIDs that you can specify in the LINE definitions in Sysgen.
The LINE names in the Sysgen  don't have to be unique but you will probably want to make them unique as well especicially in the case that you name the
lines to match the VTAM APPLID.

Additional Information

IBM z/OS Communications Server Guide, OPEN MACRO:
https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSLTBW_2.3.0/com.ibm.zos.v2r3.cs3cod0/acbopen.htm

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Another ACB, already opened by VTAM, indicates the same application program symbolic name
that this ACB does. The system programmer might have assigned the same symbolic name to
two application programs. This is valid only if the programs are not open concurrently.
Possibly the system operator initiated your program at the wrong time.
For multinode persistent session support, an MNPS takeover OPEN was rejected by
the owning VTAM node.