Description: This knowledge document describes a condition which may cause events not to be rescheduled successfully when using the CALSCH command or the RESCHEDULE parameter.
Here's an example of the condition:
- Special Day named NEWYEAR is in the calendar, and is defined as 00.01 SUN JAN 1 2040
- You have one or more events containing SCHEDULE AT 00.01 ON NEWYEAR STARTING SUN JAN 1 2040
- You add another NEWYEAR Special Day, and is defined as 00.01 FRI JAN 1 2016
- You execute command CALSCH to reschedule events
In this case, CALSCH might or might not reschedule events successfully.
If the RESCHEDULE option is used on the DEFSPEC/DELSPEC command, the events might or might not reschedule successfully.
In release 11.3, PTF RO45912 was created so the CALSCH command would issue a warning message when it could not reschedule an event.
(Note: same fix is in 11.4 base level)
Warning message returned from the CALSCH command:
Warning: The following recently updated/created events have not been rescheduled
Example of a rescheduled event shown the audit log after using the CALSCH command:
ESP6081I EVENTDF: Event CYBERTST.TEST updated by calendar operation
ESP6081I Old statement: SCHEDULE AT 00.01 ON NEWYEAR STARTING SUN JAN 1 2040
ESP6081I New statement: SCHEDULE AT 00.01 ON NEWYEAR STARTING FRI JAN 1 2016
ESP6090I EVENTDF: Event CYBERTST.TEST rescheduled by calendar operation