Continuation Character For CPFNODES In Top Secret Parameter File

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Article ID: 209615

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CA Top Secret

Issue/Introduction

Currently, the CPF nodes are defined in the Top Secret parameter file as follows:

CPFNODES(SYSA,SYSB,SYSC,SYSD,SYSE,SYSF,SYSG,SYSH,SYSI)

When adding more nodes to this parameter, if the total length will be greater than the 80 characters allowed for one line, what would be the 'best' way to add the new nodes and not change the behavior? Is there a continuation character that can be used so the CPFNODES control option can span more than 1 line in the parameter file?

Environment

Release : 16.0

Component : CA Top Secret for z/OS

Resolution

There isn't any continuation character. A second CPFNODES statement with the additional nodes is needed.