ACF70035 INVALID KEYWORD is seen when entering SYSID with DB2 rules

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Article ID: 210294

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Products

CA ACF2 - DB2 Option

Issue/Introduction

A DB2 Plan is listed with the intent to review and update. The update entered includes the SYSID parameter but this returns an error message:

ACF70035 INVALID KEYWORD - SYSID        

 

Cause

For DB2 rules there is a different rule compiler which is similar to standard resource rule compiler but with some minor differences related to DB2 processing.

Environment

Release : 16.0

Component : CA ACF2 for z/OS

Resolution

Issue the proper SET command for DB2 before working with DB2 rules so that the DB2 rule compile process will be used is invoked as indicated by message ACFD2010. For example, the following is entered from the TSO READY prompt:

                               
 READY                         
acf                            
 ACF                           
set db2(pln)                   
 DB2                           
comp                           
 ACFD2010 DB2 COMPILER ENTERED
                                      

Additional Information

The SET command usage for DB2 is documented in more detail, with examples, online at

Compile Rule Sets at a Terminal 

and 

SET Establishing the CA ACF2 Option for DB2 Rule Setting