Is there a table mapping the ACF2 FMIDs for ACF2 r14, r15 and r16?

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Issue/Introduction

Question:  

Is there a table mapping the ACF2 FMIDs for ACF2 r14, r15 and r16?

Answer: 

CA ACF2 for z/OS: Mapping of r14 FMIDs to r16 FMIDs.

 Important note to follow:

? The FMID naming convention has been changed. r14 FMIDs followed the CX1Ennn format whereas r15 & r16 FMIDs follow the new CAX1nnn format.

? The FMIDs no longer contain the release number within them.

? The number of FMIDs has been reduced to simplify installation and maintenance procedures.

 

The following table demonstrates the mapping of r14 FMIDs to r16 FMIDs:

CA ACF2 Component

 

r14 FMID

r15 FMID

r16 FMID

CA ACF2 z/OS Component

CX1E000

CAX1F00

CAX1G00

CA ACF2 SAF Component

CX8E000

CAX1F00

CAX1G00

CA ACF2 JES2 Component

CX1E010

CAX1F01

CAX1G01

CA ACF2 JES3 Component

CX1E009

CAX1F02

CAX1G02

CA ACF2 CICS

CX1E052

CAX1F03

CAX1G03

CA ACF2 IMS

CX1E0A8

CAX1F04

CAX1G04

CA ACF2 IMS

CX1E0B8

CAX1F04

CAX1G04

CA ACF2 IMS

CX1E018

CAX1F04

CAX1G04

CA ACF2 IMS Batch

CX1E003

CAX1F05

CAX1G05

CA ACF2 IMS Batch

CX1E0A3

CAX1F05

CAX1G05

CA ACF2 IMS Batch

CX1E0B3

CAX1F05

CAX1G05

CA ACF2 IMS Batch

CX1E013

CAX1F05

CAX1G05

Environment

Release: ACF2..001AO-15-ACF2
Component: