New and updated messages in Model 204 version 7.7

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M204 messages

M204.0064: NDBSERVS cannot be less than NSERVS+2, reset to NSERVS+2

If DEBUGOPT=x'02' (server swapping debugging facility) is set, the number of debug servers (NDBSERVS) must be greater than or equal to the number of servers (NSERVS+2).

System manager response: Set NDBSERVS to NSERVS+2 or greater.

Return codes: E 0 4 AUDITAD


M204.0163: SERVSIZE increased to 65536

If the calculated SERVSIZE or the SERVSIZE specified in CCAIN is less than 64K, it is forced to its minimum value of 64K.

Response: No response is needed. This message is for information only.

Return codes: I 0 0 AUDITMS

M204.0478: RACF message display limit reached; not all messages are displayed

RACF login messages for the current session have exceeded the number of bytes available for their display. Further messages will not be displayed.

Response: No response is needed. This message is for information only.

Return codes: I 0 0 AUDITMS


M204.0509: No action taken by FREE command; ddname not allocated

The FREE command was issued for ddname that has not been allocated to the run.

Response: No response is needed. This message is for information only.

Return codes: I 0 0 AUDITMS


M204.0510: FREE command successful; ddname freed

A successful FREE command was issued for ddname.

Response: No response is needed. This message is for information only.

Return codes: I 0 0 AUDITMS


M204.0524: Maximum number (num) of screens|images|MAXBOUT exceeded

As of version 7.7, Model 204 allows a maximum of 4095 screens and/or images per request; if that number is exceeded, the request is cancelled. If, on the other hand, MAXBOUT is set to a positive value, then the message indicates that the transaction has allocated more TBO pages than MAXBOUT, and the request is cancelled. If MAXBOUT is -1 (the default), the number of TBO pages per transaction is unlimited.

Response: Reduce the number of screens and images to 4095 or fewer, and retry the request. In the case of exceeding the MAXBOUT value, increase MAXBOUT or examine the request for logic errors that might be causing unexpected updates to occur.

Return codes: C 0 4 ECHO AUDITER


M204.0543: Warning: procedure can't COPY into itself: procname

As of version 7.7, this message specifies the COPY action and indicates the procedure name.

The running procedure, procname, contains a COPY PROC command that has attempted to copy a procedure into itself.

Response: Specify a different output procedure or previous request with the COPY PROC command.

Return codes: E 0 4 AUDITMS


M204.0569: Find: filename Table B recs to be searched = number

In version 7.7, with zap maintenance applied, this message now displays the name of the file containing the Table B records to be searched.

A Find statement requiring a direct search of the file filename has identified the number of records to be retrieved. This number exceeds the value of the MBSCAN parameter.

Response: Reply to the prompt that follows this message to indicate whether or not you want the direct search to proceed. Use the VIEW MBSCAN command to determine the maximum number of records to be retrieved without a prompt. Use the RESET MBSCAN command to change the number of records. A value of -1 indicates no limit.

Return codes: I 0 0 AUDITMS


M204.0598: Free failed - ddname; specified DDNAME or DSNAME associated with an open dataset

The FREE command was issued for ddname but that DDNAME or DSNAME is open by another user. The ddname did not appear in the message previously.

Response: No response is needed. The ddname cannot be freed until it is closed by all users.

Return codes: C 0 4 AUDITER


M204.0917: IFAM JOB TOO LONG -- NTBL

For SQL and RCL connections, an NTBL full condition now results in a soft restart.

A Host Language Interface function exhausts the available name table space. For SQL and RCL connections, the user program is cancelled. For IFAM users, the call producing the message returns a code of 7.

Response: See HLI: Model 204 tables to calculate the amount of NTBL space necessary for your program.

For IFAM users, call IFFLSH to delete compiled calls or %variables that you no longer need. In IFAM2 or IFAM4, insert an IFUTBL call to increase LNTBL to sufficient size, and retry. In IFAM1, specify a larger value of LNTBL in the prologue parameter of IFSTRT.

System manager response: For IFAM2 and IFAM4, consider increasing the value of LNTBL in the system initialization stream.

Return codes: C 0 4 AUDITER


M204.1070: ALLOCATE DDNAME failed - reason

This message now displays the DDname.

The ALLOCATE DDNAME command failed with the reason indicated.

Response: Correct the error, and reissue the command.

Return codes: C 0 4 AUDITER


M204.1303: I/O ERROR DETECTED ON streamname STREAM

This message now displays the relevant stream name (CCAJRNL or CCAJLOG).

An error has occurred while writing to this journal data set.

System manager response: Refer to your CCAAUDIT output or console log for more specific messages. If you are using multiple journals, Model 204 will simply close this particular journal and proceed with processing the other journals. Therefore, you can either rerun Model 204 or let the run continue with one less journal. If there are no further messages to assist you, contact Technical Support and have the following documentation ready:

  • Audit trail
  • Snap dumps, if any
  • Console log, if possible

Operator response: Contact your system manager.

Return codes: E 104 104 DUMP SAVE SNAP NOTERM OPR


M204.1414: ERROR: SORT RECORD > 16MEG

As of version 7.7, this error condition results in an error message and not a snap.

The user has exceeded the 16M sort record limit.

System manager response: Correct and retry.

Return codes: C 0 4 CANCEL AUDITER


M204.1610: Only 4095 images allowed for a single block

As of version 7.7, the number of allowed images has been increased to 4095.

More than 4095 IMAGE statements appear before the first END IMAGE. All of the images describe the same block of data. Model 204 allows a maximum of 4095 images of a single data block.

Response: Reduce the number of images of this block to 4095 or less. Note that items can redefine part of an image using the AT clause without creating a separate image definition. If the images describe separate blocks of data, insert END IMAGE statements between the images. Retry the request.

Return codes: C 0 4 ECHO AUDITER


M204.2316: TCPIP ERROR: category, PROCESS=process_name, REMOTEID=remote_id, SEITUH=data_header

As of version 7.7, this message no longer issues a snap.

Unexpected data has been received on this connection requiring the connection to be closed. process_name identifies the name of the process opened at the time of error. remote_id identifies the remote Internet address. SEITUH is the data header (for Rocket Software internal use).

Response: Contact the System Manager.

System manager response: Obtain the CCAAUDIT file and contact Technical Support.

Return codes: C 0 20 AUDITER NOTERM


M204.2581 XMEMOPT=2 (IOS Branch Entry) and APF authorization required for option

This message has been updated to emphasize that APF authorization is required when using XMEMOPT=2.

The indicated option is only valid if IOS Branch Entry (the X'02' bit in the XMEMOPT CCAIN parameter) is being used.

System manager response: Either disable the option specified in the message, or set the X'02' bit of the XMEMOPT parameter and make the load module APF authorized.

Return codes: C 0 4 AUDITMS


M204.2633 Enter | Reenter new password

This message now appears when the user changes a password using either of these commands:

  • LOGCTL (the message appears if the Password Expiration feature has been enabled)
  • LOGINCP or LOGONCP (this command is new in version 7.7)

Response: Enter or reenter the password.

Return codes: P 0 0


M204.2789 Error executing Fast/Unload request for PGM=FUNLOAD: error

The error shown was encountered during the execution of Fast/Unload.

Response: Correct the error and retry.

Return codes: E 0 4 AUDITMS


M204.2955: Buffer allocation failed.

This message was added in version 7.7 (and is available in 7.5 and 7.6 with zap maintenance applied). It results in a cancel instead of a bug when storage is not available for universal buffer allocation.

There is not enough storage to allocate the universal buffer. The request has been cancelled.

System manager response: Correct and retry.

Return codes: C 0 4 CANCEL


M204.2956: File filename is in-memory file

File filename is defined as an in-memory file, which has no zHPF capabilities.

Response: No response is needed. This message is for information only.

Return codes: I 0 0 AUDITAD


M204.2957: Error errno opening stream streamname for Janus Web port portname

This message indicates why the open failed for the TCPLOG stream streamname for the Janus Web port portname, where errno indicates the problem:

Number Meaning
1 Operation failed
2 Stream id is not available
3 Nonexistent stream or unauthorized access
4 Permanent I/O error
5 End-of-data or record not found
6 Data length greater than buffer length
7 Data validation error
8 Stream not ring or concatenated
9 All ring members full, cannot switch
10 Offload process failed
11 Terminal attention
12 File full condition
13 Reread required for OS-concatenation
14 GCORE problem for arbitration buffers
15 Parallel stream members differ

Response: Correct the problem indicated by the error number.

Return codes: I 0 0 AUDITAD NOTERM


M204.2958: APSYPAGE is obsolete as of 7.6. Rocket recommends using RESPAGE and/or TEMPPAGE as the alternative

As of version 7.7, setting APSYPAGE to non-zero results in an error and prevents the Online from coming up.

System manager response: Set APSYPAGE to 0 and use an alternative; see APSYPAGE parameter for details.

Return codes: C 0 4 AUDITER


M204.2959: Invalid product keyword: keyword

Response: Correct and retry.

Return codes: C 0 4 CANCEL AUDITER


M204.2960: Initialized interface (ESM) (version)

This message is issued during Model 204 startup when a Model 204 interface to an External Security Manager (RACF, ACF2, or Top Secret) has been successfully initialized. The message is informational only and identifies the relevant ESM and its version.

System manager response: Issue the AUTHCTL VIEW command to get more information about the current security environment.

Return codes: I 0 0 AUDITAD NOTERM


M204.3026 TPN: transaction program name Requesting User: user id

Message 3026 accompanies this message:
M204.2027 REJECTING ATTACH - SENSE DATA = xx
and displays the transaction program requested by the attach and the User ID associated with that request.

System manager response: Use the information in this message to identify the issuer of the rejected attach request.

Return codes: E 0 4 AUDITMS


M204.3027 Source was remote id

Message 3027 accompanies this message:
M204.2027 REJECTING ATTACH - SENSE DATA = xx
and displays the remote id from which the attach request was made.

System manager response: Use the information in this message to identify the issuer of the rejected attach request.

Return codes: E 0 4 AUDITMS

MSIR messages

MSIR.0841: HttpRequest method protocol:host:port page: Timeout= value exceeded

This message indicates that the timeout setting specified for this HTTPRequest object has been exceeded. This timeout (in wall-clock seconds) is independent of any timeout set for the socket, and it covers connecting, sending the HTTP request, and fetching all the data.

As of version 7.7, this message displays additional information about where the failure is occurring: the method, protocol, host name, port, and page name (the latter truncated to 64 characters).

As a result of the error, no instance of HTTPResponse is created, and the request is cancelled if the cancel parameter on the Get or Post method call is set to 1.

Return codes: E 0 4 AUDITAD NOCOUNT NOTERM