How do I verify that the new Production Level is active after I have applied cumulative maintenance to CA Chorus Software Manager (CSM) r 6.0?

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Article ID: 35331

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CA Mainframe Software Manager (Chorus Software Manager)

Issue/Introduction

Summary:

When applying cumulative maintenance for CSM the instructions are as follows as outlined in each PTF description and the Maintenance section of the CA Chorus Software Manager Wiki:
1. Apply the cumulative maintenance.                                    
2. Stop CA CSM.                                                         
3. Run the MSMDEPLY job to deploy the maintenance to the CA CSM run-time
libraries and USS paths.                                                
4. Start CA CSM.                                                      

After the MSMDEPLY is run successfully and CSM is restarted, it is a good habit to verify that the new Production level is active.

 

Instructions: 

The PTF description contains a Level Set number as in the following example:

CA CSM 6.0 LEVEL SET MAINTENANCE SHIPMENT - 114

In order to make sure that the Production level matches the Level Set, press the  ABOUT button found in lower right corner of any CSM display.   The ABOUT button will show the Product Specifications which includes information such as the CSM version  and current Level Set.  

See the following pictures to find the ABOUT button and the Level Set number in CSM: 

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This picture shows where to find the ABOUT button on any CSM display

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This picture shows the level set number

 

Additional Information:

Please refer to the CA Chorus Software Manager r 6.0 and 6.1 Wiki Maintenance section for more information on applying cumulative maintenance to CSM.

Environment

Release: MSMNGR00200-5.1-Chorus Software Manager
Component:

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