WHY DO I HAVE THE IEF761I MESSAGE AFTER CAMASTER START?

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

You are upgrading from CA Common Services r14.0 to CA Common Services r14.1.

After installing CAMASTER prerequisites:

  1. Install the CEI0E10 function.
  2. Add the CAW0LINK library to your LINKLSTxx concatenation.
  3. Add the CAW0LPA library to your LPALSTxx concatenation.

With z/OS 1.13, the update to LPALSTxx is not a requirement.

After these prerequisites done, you IPL your system and the CAMASTER address space starts at IPL.

Then you get the messages:

CAMS100I CAMASTER INITIALIZATION IN PROGRESS
IEF761I MSTJCL00 IEFPARM CAMSPLIB CAMASTER DD IS ALREADY ALLOCATED AND
CAMS101I CAMASTER INITIALIZATION COMPLETE
IEF170I 1 CAMASTER CAMS410I CAHCHECK started.
IEF170I 1 CAMASTER CCSR090I CCSLMD COMPONENT SUCCESSFULLY INITIALIZED

CAS9 is initializing properly, is the IEF761I a normal message?

Solution:

According to Quick Reference the complete message is:

IEF761I jobname [procstep] stepname ddname callername DD IS ALREADY ALLOCATED AND WILL BE USED BY THIS TASK

And the system action says:

System Action: The system will use the DD statement that is already allocated.

The message is informational only.

It is not a problem and can be ignored.

Environment

Release: CA90SV00200-14.1-Common Services-for z/OS
Component: