Does CAIMST00 ASMMEM value support system symbolics?

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Last Modified Date : 21/12/2018
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Introduction:
In relation to the CA Common Services CAMASTER address space, you are utilizing the optional CAIMST20 member in your logical parmlib concatenation and want to override this default member name using the ASMMEM keyword. Because you use a common parmlib source location with symbols for use on different systems, you would like to use a system symbolic to define the value.
Question:
Does the ASMMEM keyword support the use of a system symbol for the CAIMST20 member override value?
 
Answer:
Yes, the following example describes the usage:


==> SYS1.PARMLIB(CAIMST00) 

********************************* Top of Data **********************************
CAMSINIT START, 
JOBNAME(CAMASTER), 
ASMMEM(CAIMST&SYSCLONE) 
******************************** Bottom of Data ********************************

In this example, system symbolic &SYSCLONE="86"

Define member CAIMST86 in your logical parmlib concatenation (eg. SYS1.PARMLIB) 
Additional Information:
Optional CAIMST20 Logical Parmlib Concatenation Member