How can I check the modules that are loaded in the LPA like RHDCSSFM?

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CA IDMS CA IDMS - Database CA IDMS - ADS

Issue/Introduction

Question: 

We have applied an apar to RHDCSSFM and run CAIRIM to replace this module. Is there a way to check if the correct version of RHDCSSFM is loaded in the LPA? IDMSLOOK cannot be used as it loads the module from the loadlib and does not look in the LPA.

 

Answer

To get the version of a module in the LPA you can use: 
- SYSVIEW 
- IPCS 
- CONSOLE commands 

Samples for getting the header from module RHDCSSFM. 

- SYSVIEW:

Enter

DUMP RHDCSSFM

and scroll back to the header with PF7. 

 

- IPCS:

Use active as source in option 0:

Source ==> ACTIVE 
and then enter in option 6:
FMOD RHDCSSFM 

you will get something like this 
RHDCSSFM 
LIST 38CE6000. ASID(X'0001') LENGTH(X'0F88') MODULE(Rhdcssfm) 

Then enter the above LIST cmd. 

 

- CONSOLE:

Use the following command:

DISPLAY PROG,LPA,MODNAME=RHDCSSFM

It will respond with a display like this:

 FLAGS  MODULE    ENTRY PT  LOAD PT   LENGTH    DIAG        
  D P   RHDCSSFM  8BAE80B8  0BAE8000  00000DB0  03173210   

Use the value under LOAD PT in the following DCMT command in IDMS:

DCMT D MEM 0BAE8000 100

 

 

 

Additional Information:

Information about CA-IDMS modules in the LPA can be found in the manual 

“Installation and Maintenance Guide for z/OS”

Chapter:

Starting Your Product -- Post-Configuration Tasks -- Refreshing Required Modules

 

Environment

Release: IDADSO00100-18.5-ADS-for CA-IDMS
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