EP437 TAPECUU ADDRESS NOT ADDED AT IPL
There is no dummy tape device defined to your VSE system.
If you use CA EPIC for z/VSE's tape management, you must define a dummy (non-existent) tape device.
Locate the ADD statements in your ASI procedure.
Add a PUB entry for a dummy tape device. For example:
Any valid tape device type (and mode) can be specified. The dummy tape device is only referenced by programs that do pre-open checking to determine device category (tape, disk, printer, and so on). The actual tape device is selected by CA EPIC for z/VSE based on the mode requested when a program issues an OPEN request.
Write the dummy device address you used on your configuration option worksheet (the TAPCUU option).
For dual density tape drives, specify the highest available mode setting on the ADD statement that defines the drive.
ADD 880:884,3420T9,D0 (6250 BPI on a 1600/6250 drive)