DB00605E - DBUTLTY COMM CONSOLE BAD CONTEXT - SYSTEMDBID_DELETE

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Issue:

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.

 

 

Environment:
z/os 2.1; CA Datacom/DB 14.0
Cause:

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

CATALOG needs exclusive control on the database.

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.