When running multiple batch jobs for different Broadcom Mainframe products) to Receive PTFS, we lately had some errors and need to rerun the batch jobs later in the day. (Below is the error)
Is there a certain time of the day we should NOT be running these due to Broadcom being unavailable? Todays errors listed below at 3/29/23, 01:00 - 01:02 EDST
Is there a way to run a 'CHECK' to make sure Broadcom is available, and have that as a PREREQ to our batch job stream, to prevent all batch from being unsuccessful?
Is there a way to get a 'FAILURE' message in the JOBLOG and maybe can use OPS/MVS to help flag this, instead of the error hidden in the SMPOUT DD?
Sometimes just a couple of the jobs fail and the reruns are successful - but the reruns are all manual.
What are your suggestions to avoid us from getting involved to 'fix', what is to be an automated process?
GIM68700I ORDER ORD00488 HAS BEEN SENT TO THE SERVER AT https://eapi.broadcom.com/receiveorder.
GIM69192S ** RECEIVE PROCESSING HAS FAILED FOR ORDER ORD00488. AN ERROR WAS FOUND IN THE RESPONSE RECEIVED FROM THE
SERVER AT https://eapi.broadcom.com/receiveorder WHEN PROCESSING ORDER ORD00488 WITH ORDERID 1490952.
GIM69226I faultcode = Server.Processing.DataCollectionServer.Processing.DataCollection.
GIM69226I faultstring = The server cannot process the request.
GIM69226I description = MSP0008E - CA had a temporary resource outage process
GIM20501I RECEIVE PROCESSING IS COMPLETE. THE HIGHEST RETURN CODE WAS 12.
Release : 15.0
Internal Broadcom Order server errors.