DADS Plus CICS Message DP884 when executing utility program PGM=DADRBTCH parameter LIST RPL?

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CA DADS Plus

Issue/Introduction

The client is executing  DADS utility program  PGM=DADRBTCH parameter LIST RPL  to see if any user load libraries are stored in the DADS01 control file.

//STEP01 EXEC PGM=DADRBTCH                                       
//STEPLIB  DD DSN=DADSPL40.GA.LOADLIB,DISP=SHR     
//DADS01   DD DISP=SHR,DSN=CICS68.DADS.CONTROL    
//REPORT   DD SYSOUT=*                                           
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*                                           
//SYSIN    DD *                                                  
LIST RPL    
/*
//

Starting with DADS  Plus release 4.0 APAR  SO04309 the DADS Plus modify RPL feature is no longer supported by DADS Plus and has been removed from the product.
The client must identify any user load libraries defined in the DADS01 control file and remove them. The client must run this utility program DADRBTCH for every DADS01 control file to insure no user load libraries are stored in any DADS01 control files.

When the client runs the utility program they receive message 

DP884 : NO RELEVANT DATA ON CA-DADS/PLUS FILE FOR THIS REQUEST.


Does this message indicate that the DADS01 control file does not contain any user load libraries?

Environment

Z/OS 
CICS
DADS Plus CICS

 

Resolution

When you execute utility program DADRBTCH using parameter LIST RPL you received message 

DP884 : NO RELEVANT DATA ON CA-DADS/PLUS FILE FOR THIS REQUEST.

The DADS Plus r 4.0 Message Guide can be found at link 


DP884 NO RELEVANT DATA ON THE CA-DADS/PLUS FILE FOR THIS REQUEST

Reason: No records could be found in the Advantage CA-DADS Plus file that satisfies the
request.

Action: None. 

Message DP884 indicates that this particular DADS01 control file does not contain any user load libraries so you have no concerns with this control file.

I did a test here using CTS 5.1. I started the CICS region and added a couple of user load libraries to the DADS01 control file.

If the DADS01 control file contains user load libraries, you will see those load libraries in the report generated by utility program DADRBTCH using parameter LIST RPL.

For example

COMPUTER ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL, INC.                 C A - D A D S  /  P L U S                                  DATE:  2020/06/04
REPORT DADRBTCH                                                                                                      TIME:  12:55:32
                                          L I S T   O F   D F H R P L   L I B R A R I E S                            PAGE:         1
                                   -------------------------------------------------------------                                    
                                                                                                                                    
                                                INTERT91.COMPOSIT.LOAD                                                        
                                                TWARP20.BASE.TF1D332.V200.LOAD                                              
                                                CICS.COMPOSIT.LOAD                                                          
                                                MAT11.C00.CEESPLD                                                           
                                                INTERT10.CICS68.OPTSR91                                                       
                                                INTERT91.GA.CSM.CABALOAD      

COPYRIGHT 1992 COMPUTER ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL INC.    
 
LIST RPL                                                    
DP888 : THIS REQUEST HAS BEEN SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED    

..
Any User load libraries found in the DADS01 control file can be deleted by using the DADS Plus online transaction DADS and making the following menu selections.

DADS
6   STARTUP MANAGEMENT 
1 - DFHRPL MODIFICATION STARTUP
A - UPDATE STARTUP LIST LIBRARIES  

When the load libraries are displayed on the screen enter DELETE in the command line and press enter
Then press ENTER again to confirm the DELETE and you will receive message.

DP653: DFHRPL STARTUP DEFINITIONS DELETED