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Possible CAS9353E message after applying ENF maintenance.

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Article ID: 49196

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

User may receive a "CAS9353E CA-ENF Checkpoint processing terminating due to error" message followed by an SVC dump after applying:

ENF r12 fix RO32409

or

ENF r14 fix RO37433

Solution:

For ENF r12, RO32409 (or test version T62T953) provides a new version of CAS9DCM0. After applying the fix, the user must point the ENF CAIDCM DD to the dataset where the new module resides or copy the new module to the appropriate dataset. Otherwise, upon ENF initialization, the LISTEN for ENFCKPT2 willfail because that event is not defined. There is ++HOLDDATA that mentions this required action.

For ENF r14 the equivalent fix is RO37433. PTF RO37433 was marked as PE and corrected by RO40960. RO40960 delivers the same DCM but includes ++HOLDDATAproviding direction regarding the placement of the DCM.

Environment

Release:
Component: ENF