How to determine if the CTSJUSAF is installed ?
Release : 14.0
CTSUSAF replaces the IBM tape management exit IFG019VM with the CTS019VM in module, which resides in SYS1.LPALIB.
If browsing the IFG019RB you find CTS997E it means that the FAILSAFE usermod has been installed .
If the CTSUSAF usermod is displayed on the sysout of the following SMP/E job:
//SMPCNTL DD *
SET BOUNDARY(your IBM CSI target) .
it means that the failsafe usermod is installed.
For z/OS 2.2 and above, the installation of CTSJUSAF in the z/OS SMP zone can be replaced by adding the following statement to one of your active PROGxx members of SYS1.PARMLIB:
EXIT ADD EXITNAME(OCE_VOLUMEMOUNT) MODNAME(CTS019VM)
In addition, CTS019VM can be dynamically installed using the following MVS command
. In order for CA 1 to detect that the installed exit is from CA1, the name must be CTS019VM.
After PTF LU01354 is applied, the CA1 utility TMSCKLVL and the TMS STATUS command will now report on whether the FAILSAFE intercept is active or not when the exit is installed dynamically or via the EXIT ADD EXITNAME statement in the PROGxx member of SYS1.PARMLIB. These checks will not report on the FAILSAFE intercept if installed with the CTSJUSAF usermod.