CA JCLCheck WA vs CA JCLCheck Common Component and finding the release level

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Question:

How do I check if we are using CA JCLCheck Workload Automation or CA JCLCheck Common Component and at what release level?

 

Answer:

CA JCLCheck Workload Automation is a fully licensed product which is also known as the "fullblown JCLCheck" or "full version JCLCheck".  CA JCLCheck Common Component is a subset of the "fullblown/full version JCLCheck", and is shipped free with several CA products such as Workload Automation CA 7 Edition, Workload Automation ESP Edition, CA Scheduler Job Management, CA Roscoe Interactive Environment, CA InterTest Batch and CA APCDOC Automated Job Documentation.

To determine whether you have CA JCLCheck Workload Automation or CA JCLCheck Common Component, browse the CA JCLCheck load library and locate modules CAZ1RLSE and CAZ2RLSE.  If both modules are present, then the CA JCLCheck Workload Automation is available in your environment.  If only module CAZ2RLSE is present, then you have the CA JCLCheck Common Component.

You can also check if both FMIDs CZ1C000 and CAZ2C000 are installed for the CA JCLCheck Workload Automation.  For CA JCLCheck Common Component, only the  FMID CAZ2C000 is installed.

 

To find the release for the CA JCLCheck Workload Automation, browse module CAZ1RLSE and locate the release.  For example, the display for r12 is CAZ1RLSERELEASE  12.0.  Do the same for module CAZ2RLSE. The display will be CAZ2RLSERELEASE  12.0. Note that both modules must show the same release version.  Mismatched release modules will cause unpredictable errors when running CA JCLCheck. 

The release can also be found when producing reports for CA JCLCheck.  The first line in the report will display JCLCHECK  12.0          INVOKED AT .

 

To find the release for the CA JCLCheck Common Component, browse module CAZ2RLSE and locate the release.
For example, for r12, the display is CAZ2RLSERELEASE  12.0