CA JCLCheck EJCK (!JCK) under CA Librarian ELIPS ISPP100 * * Panel 'LIBIE01' error * Panel not found. *

Document ID : KB000103924
Last Modified Date : 02/07/2018
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Issue:
CA JCLCheck optional EDCHEK feature allows to run CA JCLCheck as an edit macro under ISPF. 
CA JCLCheck analyzes and reports on the JCL in the file that  is currently edited.
Edit macros are called within ISPF edit by entering either a percent sign (%) or an exclamation point (!) preceding the edit macro name.
To invoke EDCHEK,command %EJCK, or !EDCHEK, or !JCK (a shorthand form of CA JCLCheck)can be used to invoke CA JCLCheck processing against the contents of the edited file. The preferred method to invoke EDCHEK is %EJCK. This CLIST calls the EDCHEK macro.

It is also possible to call in the same way EDCHEK from within a CA Librarian ELIPS edit session of a CA Librarian Masterfile member.
It can happen that, trying to execute !JCK command from within a CA Librarian ELIPS edit session of a CA Librarian Masterfile member, the below error occurs:

**************************************************
* ISPP100                                         
*                                                 
* Panel 'LIBIE01' error                           
* Panel not found.                                
*                                                 

What is wrong and how to solve this problem, allowing EJCK execution also in CA Librarian ELIPS?
 
Environment:
Z/OS - CA JCLCheck - CA Librarian ELIPS 
Resolution:
The CA Librarian ELIPS panel LIBIE01 usually resides in the CA Librarian target library CAI.CALUPENU , and, more generally, below there are the CA Librarian ELIPS Target libraries related to ISPF Interface :

 //ISPTLIB   DD DSN=CAI.CALUTENU,DISP=SHR ELIPS -CLU44   --- TABLES 

 //ISPPLIB  DD DSN=CAI.CALUPENU,DISP=SHR ELIPS -CLU44  ----  PANELS 
  
 //ISPMLIB  DD DSN=CAI.CALUMENU,DISP=SHR ELIPS -CLU44  ----  MESSAGES 
  
 //ISPSLIB  DD DSN=CAI.CALUSENU,DISP=SHR ELIPS -CLU44  ----  SKELETONS 

In order to bypass the above error it is necessary to add all these // DDs  in the JCLCHECK Clist used to allocate the CA JCLCheck ISPF libraries to be used by the product in a TSO/ISPF interface.

If, even with this suggestion, the problem still occurs, Please open a Case with CA Support.