Resolving DB90152E - DATACOM PARM SYNTAX ERROR (H) in AXRIM01 or BDRIM01

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Article ID: 210513

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Products

CA DATACOM - AD CA Datacom/AD CA Datacom/DB

Issue/Introduction

While running AXRIM01, received these errors:

CAS9115I - Input: PRODUCT(CADATACOM) VERSION(BD15) INIT(DBCR5PR) LOADLIB(CAI.D
DB90150I - DATACOM DBCR5PR  2013/12/05-1359 15.0
DB90154I - DATACOM DBPCCPR  2020/05/11-1421 15.1 SO11513
DB90152E - DATACOM PARM SYNTAX ERROR (H)
DB90153E - DATACOM INITIALIZATION FAILED

How do I resolve this syntax error?

 

Cause

This is the result of mismatched versions of DBCR5PR and DBPCCPR in the CAIRIM processing.

 

Environment

Release : 15.1

Component : CA Datacom/AD

Component : CA Datacom/DB

 

Resolution

The description of the error code (H) says, "H - The module named after PCC= or PCS= has been loaded but is not the proper module. It does not contain the expected code. It could be for the wrong version."

In your job, I see these messages:

DB90150I - DATACOM DBCR5PR  2013/12/05-1359 15.0                                                                                    
DB90154I - DATACOM DBPCCPR  2020/05/11-1421 15.1 SO11513   

This explains the "wrong version" comment, as the loading module is Version 15.0 and the PC module is Version 15.1, resulting in the two modules themselves being mismatched. Since this job wil use the LOADLIB() statement for both of these modules, browse this loadlib for module DBCR5PR, and find RMID. You should see this (as of 15 March 2021):

RMID(RESERVE)~ 20151231 11.46 .......CA Datacom/DB            R15.1

If instead of R15.1 you see R15.0, then there has been some sort of problem installing the software and you have mixed versions in this loadlib. To fix this, you would need to reinstall the software into a new set of files.

Another possibility is that you have the CA Datacom Version 15.0 loadlib in your Linklist. We do not recommend the use of Linklist for CA Datacom because each version is independent of every other version for load module usage. Please refer to Knowledge Base article 22678, titled "Linklist is not recommended for CA Datacom Libraries" for more details about this. If you are using Linklist for your CA Datacom loadlibs, please remove the Linklist entries and try this job again.

Additional Information

As always, please contact Broadcom support for CA Datacom if you have further questions.