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RC/Query for DB2 for Z/OS : RQ118I: No customized report formats found for authid1

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Article ID: 52331

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RC/Query for DB2 for z/OS

Issue/Introduction

When typing REPORT in RC/Query the following message is displayed:

RQM    20.0   ---------------- RC/Q Main Menu --------------- yyyy/mm/yy hh:mm
COMMAND ===>
RQ118I: No customized report formats found for authid1
 DB2 Object ===>                         Option  ===>      Where => N
Item Name ===> authid1               > Creator ===> *                      >
  Qualifier ===> *                     > Grantor ===> *                      >
ACM      ==> OFF  ACMID    ==> acmid        ------------------- authid1
Location ===> LOCAL               DB2 SSID ===> ssid   DB2 Version => 121M500

 DB2 OBJECTS:
      T - Table           SG - Storage Group      P - Plan
      V - View            DB - Data Base         CL - Collection
      I - Index           TS - Table Space       PK - Package
      C - Column          BP - Buffer Pool       TG - Triggers
      S - Synonym          H - History            L - LOB
      A - Alias            U - User               R - Routines
     RI - Ref.Integrity   SY - System            SC - Schema
     CD - Coldist         VC - VSAM Catalog      DT - Distinct
     SQ - Sequence        AC - Accl. Server      TC - Trusted  Context
     RO - Role            PM - Permission & Mask

Why is this message displayed?

 

Environment

Release: R20
Component: RCQ

Resolution

First, make sure the RC/Query profile variable SAVED REPORTS is set to Y. This can be accessed from the RC/Query main menu by typing PROF or PROFILE at the command line.

Then select 2 RC/QUERY Profile Variables The screen will display all the RC/Query profile options. Check the SAVED REPORTS variable, make sure it is set to Y.

RQPROF1        ---------- RC/QUERY Profile Variables --------- yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm
 COMMAND ===>                                                                  
 
 PRINT PARAMETERS:     (For Printing Query Report being viewed)                 
   PRINT SQL PAGE      ==> Y   (Y/N; SQL Page N/A if Printline Size < 41)       
 
 PROCESSING OPTIONS:   (For Query Reports)                                      
   VIEW LEVELS         ==> ALL          - For Object Dependency Report.         
   QUALIFIERS          ==> Y    (Y/N)   - For Obj. Dep. and some Ver. 2.1 cols. 
   MAX LINES           ==> ALL          - For List and Detail reports.          
   FULL DETAIL         ==> Y    (Y/N)   - For reports based on multiple tables. 
   OMIT ORDER BY       ==> N    (Y/N)   - For List and Detail reports.          
   CA-UTILITIES        ==> N    (Y/N)   - To use CA-Utilities.                  
   SAVED REPORTS       ==> Y    (Y/N)   - To use customized reports.            
   MATCHCASE           ==> CAPS (ON,    - Enables matchcase.                    
                                 OFF,   - Disables matchcase. ( SQL Intensive ) 
                                 CAPS)  - Force object names to upper case.     
   CAPNATS             ==> N    (Y/N)   - Capitalize National Characters.       
   ALL LOCATIONS       ==> Y    (Y/N)   - For searches in Plan/Package Report.  
   UNDERSCORE WILDCARD ==> OFF  (ON/OFF)- To process underscore as wildcard. 
NOTE: Y Yes, display the customized report. N No, display the RC/Query standard report.

Second, make sure that if this is the first time a customized report is created, that the SAVE command is issued. This will save the customized report that can be accessed for edit later.

The following message will be displayed if the report was successfully saved:
RQ111I: Customized report format has been saved for authid1

After this has been done, now the RE or REPORT command can be issued to display the list of customized reports that have been created.

NOTE: Only LIST reports can be customized and saved!

Additional Information

Create Customized Reports