DB00605E - DBUTLTY COMM CONSOLE BAD CONTEXT - SYSTEMDBID_DELETE

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Issue/Introduction

How do I get around this error when running DBACTDYN job to update the DST in 15.1. 

 

DB00605E - DBUTLTY COMM CONSOLE BAD CONTEXT - SYSTEMDBID_DELETE

 

In that particular case the problem was due to SYSVIEW. Customer found out when using DBUTLTY COMM STATUS.

 

 

Cause

SYSVIEW being activated, the CATALOG of the CASYSTEMTABLES Database could not occur.

CATALOG needs exclusive control on the database.

Environment

z/os 2.1; CA Datacom/DB 14.0

Resolution

Just point SYSVIEW to another Multi-User environment showing up in the DCLIST (sysview command).

This will free any tasks preventing the CATALOG to run.

Additional Information

DB00605E

x BAD command/value/context aaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Reason:

An attempt to use a console command failed. In the message text, the x can be one of the following:

DBUTLTY COMM CONSOLE

Occurs if an attempt to use the DBUTLTY COMM OPTION=CONSOLE function to simulate a console command failed because an invalid value was specified for the OPTION2= keyword. In the message text, aaaaaaaaaaaaaa indicates the user-specified value for the OPTION2= keyword.

CONSOLE

Occurs if the command shown as aaaaaaaaaaaaaa in the message text was entered using the console supported by the operating system.

SQL_CONSOLE

Occurs if the command shown in the message text was requested by an insert into the dynamic system table SYSADM.SQL_CONSOLE.

If the error, however, was a context error, it means that although the command and the value aaaaaaaaaaaaaa in the message text are both valid, other rules make the combination invalid at this time.

Note: The command and the value shown as aaaaaaaaaaaaaa in the message text may be truncated, if necessary, due to limitations on the length of a message.

Action:

Examine the value or command or context shown in the message text as described in the foregoing explanation and correct before attempting to execute the function again.