After moving an element from stage 'D' to stage 'T' , getting "LIST MBR NOT FOUND" when doing an LL command. Had no problems doing the LL command before the move. Further checking found other elements in 'T' stage cannot be viewed either.
The Move processor shows that the listing was successfully copied to the stage 'T' listing library -
C1X0012I STEP COPYLIST INVOKING PROGRAM CONLIST
C1G0000I DATA SET ENDV.STMF03.T.LISTLIB
C1G0000I MEMBER XCMNT090
C1G0132I ELEMENT VVLL 0125 WRITTEN TO DATA SET
C1X0010I STEP COPYLIST PROGRAM CONLIST COMPLETED, RC=0000
Any ideas what is wrong?
Release : 18.0 18.1
Component : Endevor Software Change Manager
A "LIST MBR NOT FOUND" normally indicates that the Listing library in the element's Component List is not pointing to the correct Listing library.
1) Run a PRINT ELEMENT with OPTION COMPONENTS:
//PRTCMPLS EXEC PGM=NDVRC1,DYNAMNBR=1500,
//C1PRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//C1MSGS1 DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSOUT DD SYSOUT=*
//BSTIPT01 DD *
PRINT ELEMENT 'xxxxxxxx'
FROM ENV 'xxxxxxxx'
2) In the --- OUTPUT COMPONENTS --- section of the element's Component List report, verify the Listing library is correct for the stage the element was moved to. In this example: ENDV.STMF03.T.LISTLIB
See How to Monitor Components in a Move Processor
From the doc:
"Should you want a move processor to replace the OUTPUT components of the existing component list with the new output components that are the result of the move processor, then MONITOR=COMPONENTS should be coded only on the OUTPUT files of the steps in the processor. When BC1PMVCL gets executed as the last step of the processor, it automatically replaces the existing OUTPUT components with the newly captured output components."
Also review the MLODNNL sample Move processor in the doc on how to code the MONITOR=COMPONENTS on the DD statements.
3) To correct the element's current Component List, there are a couple of options:
If the Listing library in the Component List report is correct, retain the Move processor output and the element's Component List report and open a case with Broadcom support.