Spool - ESF005 PARAMETER STATEMENT IS INVALID

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Article ID: 225049

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CA Spool

Issue/Introduction

After converting to use the JAVA transformers, my CA Spool started task now gives errors for my printer definitions. 

The parameters appear to be valid, and below is what I see in the started task log for Spool:   

NODE PRD04H03 - Error On CLASS=AFV                  
PARAMETER STATEMENT IS INVALID NEAR SEQ 00000013    
NODE ST0360J1 - Error On SOKDEFLT                   
PARAMETER STATEMENT IS INVALID NEAR SEQ 00000025    
NODE S00268J1 - Error On LPRDEFLT                   
PARAMETER STATEMENT IS INVALID NEAR SEQ 00000035    
NODE ST0707J1 - Error On SOKDEFLT                   
PARAMETER STATEMENT IS INVALID NEAR SEQ 00000046    
NODE ST0701J1 - Error On SOKDEFLT                   
PARAMETER STATEMENT IS INVALID NEAR SEQ 00000057    
REINIT FAILED                                       
REINIT completed (  11 msec)  

What should I look at?                     

Environment

Release : 14.0

Component : CA Spool

Resolution

From the Spool 14.0 documentation:

 https://techdocs.broadcom.com/us/en/ca-mainframe-software/traditional-management/ca-spool/14-0/installing/install-the-web-interface.html

Please see the following:

 . Step 6: Start and Stop the z/OS HTTP Apache Server

 . . 1. Use an MVS 'S CAIQWEBA' command to start the z/OS HTTP Apache Web Server.
 . . 2. Go to SYSLOG and search for messages that are issued by the CAIQWEBA STC
        until you find the following message: 

 . . . STC51452 00000094 IHS is active. 

       Use jobname CAIQWEBx for MVS commands. 
       Remember the assigned jobname CAIQWEBx.

 . . 3. Verify that the Apache HTTP Server is running successfully by loading the
        default CA Spool Web Interface web page with the host name or IP address of
        your z/OS system and the defined port number. 

        For example: http://**HostName**:**port**/caspool/esfhweb

 . . 4. Use an MVS ‘P CAIQWEBx’ command to stop the Web Server.

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In addition, please review Knowledge Article ID: 124995 
   "How to stop the IHS (Apache) web server used by CA Spool?"

 https://knowledge.broadcom.com/external/article/124995/how-to-stop-the-ihs-apache-web-server-us.html