Why would I receive an C1G0295C BYPASSING DELETE BECAUSE MEMBER DOES NOT EXIST IN DATA SET that is pointing to a Source Output Library.

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Issue/Introduction

Symptoms:

Doing a delete of an element in Endevor and receiving the following messages:

      C1G0295C BYPASSING DELETE BECAUSE MEMBER DOES NOT EXIST IN DATA SET 

The type has no processors and the data set name is an Endevor Source Output Library

 

Environment:

Any supported version of Endevor. 

 

Cause:

The Source Output library is written to by Endevor when an element is being added or updated in an inventory group and a SOL is defined in the type being updated.  This is accomplished as part of Endevor’s  source management process when an element is being  added or updated and the generate processing is not bypassed.

If one bypasses the generate (option BYPASS GENERATE PROCESSING), the source management step of having CONWRITE write to the Source Output Library is not executed.    Another side effect of adding a member to Endevor and bypassing the generate processing is that the member cannot be moved.  

The Delete action sees that a SOL is defined and attempts to delete the member in question from it. Again this part of the element source management feature.

 

Resolution:

The severity of error message C1G0295 can be either set to an “I”, “W” or “C” level by a command in the ENCOPT table located in the Endevor CSIQSRC library.

 

Environment

Release:
Component: ENDBAS