Why are some responses from ENF STATUS command truncated?

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

When issuing the ENF STATUS command, it may be noticed that some of the responses appear to have their values truncated.

However if STATUS is included in the ENF parameter file, when ENF starts the responses are not truncated...


Example when included in ENFPARMS at startup :

CAS9214I - CA-ENF Command: STATUS
CAS9250I - CA-ENF Status Display for System XE86
CAS9075I - Service(CA-ENF/BASE ) Vers(1400) Genlvl(E100AW100)
CAS9075I - Service(CA-CCI/BASE ) Vers(1400) Genlvl(E100AW400)
CAS9251I - Initialized at 08:28.41 on 13.154   Record(YES) DB Used(N/A%)
CAS9381I - Intercepts(000); Collectors(0000); Appls(000)
CAS9253I - Events(00000000); DB I/O(00000000); Abends(000); Commands(0010)
CAS9254I - Event Resp(000000); DB Resp(00000000); Supp(000000); Lost(0000)
CAS9255I - Diagnose(***None***); Status(Inactive)
CAS9256I - SYSOUT(A); Destination(LOCAL   ); Trace(0032); Exit(Off)
CAS9257I - Timer(0500,6000); Backup(Auto ); Detail(0007); Summary(0180)
CAS9258I - Queue(0000000); Size(00000K); Limit(1931264K); MaxQTime(010, )
CAS9261I - Recovery(Inactive); Recovery Queue(000000)
CAS9259I - Archive: DSN(ENF.ARCHIVE                                           )
CAS9260I -   Unit(TAPE    ); Label(SL); Retpd(000); Space(0000,0000)  *Catlg*
CAS9598I - CICS SPAWN status: (Auto-install feature Inactive)
CAS9267I - CICS Status:   (Auto-install feature Inactive)
CAS9608I - CAICCI Subsystem is not operational

Example when the command is entered from SDSF:

CAS9214I - CA-ENF Command: STATUS
CAS9250I - CA-ENF Status Display for System XE86
CAS9075I - Service(CA-ENF/BASE ) Vers(1400) Genlvl(E100AW100)
CAS9075I - Service(CA-CCI/BASE ) Vers(1400) Genlvl(E100AW400)
CAS9251I - Initialized at 08:28.41 on 13.154   Record(NO ) DB Used(N/A
CAS9381I - Intercepts(021); Collectors(0096); Appls(004)
CAS9253I - Events(00000197); DB I/O(00000000); Abends(000); Commands(0
CAS9254I - Event Resp(000001); DB Resp(00000000); Supp(000000); Lost(0
CAS9255I - Diagnose(***None***); Status(*Active*)
CAS9256I - SYSOUT(A); Destination(LOCAL   ); Trace(0032); Exit(Off)
CAS9257I - Timer(0500,6000); Backup(Auto ); Detail(0007); Summary(0180
CAS9258I - Queue(0000000); Size(00007K); Limit(1931264K); MaxQTime(010
CAS9261I - Recovery(Inactive); Recovery Queue(000000)
CAS9259I - Archive: DSN(ENF.ARCHIVE
CAS9260I -   Unit(TAPE    ); Label(SL); Retpd(000); Space(0000,0000)
CAS9598I - CICS SPAWN status: (Auto-install feature Inactive)
CAS9267I - CICS Status:   (Auto-install feature Inactive)
CAS9626I - CAICCI Subsystem is operational

Environment

Release: CA90SV00200-14.1-Common Services-for z/OS
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