Various SMP APPLY Issues With DDDEF CAIHFS When The Path Is Not Correct During The Install Of CA LDAP r14.0

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

SMP/E APPLY made to install LDAP r14.0 when the PATH is not correct on DDDEF definition fails.

Possible sample error messages are:

 
GIM69168E ** HFSCOPY PROCESSING TO THE CAIHFS LIBRARY FAILED FOR HFS    
AUTHID IN SYSMOD CDT9E00. THE RETURN CODE (12)                          
              EXCEEDED THE ALLOWABLE VALUE. DATE 10.124 - TIME 09:00:07 
- SEQUENCE NUMBER 000002.                           
                                                                  
                                                                        
BPXF150I MVS DATA SET WITH DDNAME SMP00001 SUCCESSFULLY COPIED INTO     
BINARY HFS FILE /MySite/MyLDAPr14/AUTHID.                              
 BPXF140E RETURN CODE 00000090, REASON CODE 0549010C.  A LINK FAILED FOR
LINK NAME /MySite/MyLDAPr14/../authid.

Solution:

There are some points to check before applying with SMP/E the LDAP r14.0.

  1. Make that a HFS file exist and has got as mount point a path that doesn't include the CA/ directory.

    E.g: /MySite/MyInstall/MyLDAPr14/CA is incorrect as mount point.
           /MySite/MyInstall/MyLDAPr14       is correct.


  • In SAMPJCL(CDT9ICSI) the ADD DDDEF has to be:

    ADD DDDEF(CAIHFS) PATH('/MySite/MyInstall/MyLDAPr14/CA/').


  • The CA directory must exist.


  • The "/" at the end of the PATH name on DDDEF must be there.

Environment

Release:
Component: TSSLDP