Does Endevor element registration allow the ability to have the same element in the same system but multiple subsystems.

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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QUESTION:

Element A exists in prod in system PTEST subsystem PTEST.  I would like to add the same  element in system PTEST but subsystem PTEST2.  I would then add the same element to same system but different subsystem SCNSUB.

ANSWER:
 
Using the following setup in Endevor you would be able to add the same element into multiple subsystems:
 
In the file prefix.qual.CSIQSRC(ENCOPTBL) enable this option:
 
***********************************************************************
* ELEMENT REGISTRATION CHECK FOR OUTPUT PROCESSOR TYPE ACROSS SYSTEMS  
*                                                                      
*   THIS OPTION WILL OVERRIDE THE DEFAULT LOGIC THAT CAUSES ELEMENT    
*   REGISTRATION CHECKS FOR OUTPUT PROCESSOR TYPE TO OCCUR ONLY        
*   WITHIN A SINGLE SYSTEM.                                            
*---------------------------------------------------------------------*
*        ENHOPT ELM_REG_CHK_OUTPTYPE_ACROSS_SYSTEMS=ON   DEFAULT IS OFF
***********************************************************************
 
In Endevor on the primary options panel 
    select option 4 - Environment
    select option 3 - System
    fill in the blanks for the following:
         Option ===> U
         Environment ===> your environment name
         System  ===>  your system name
    make sure the following is set up exactly as displayed
          ELEMENT REGISTRATION CHECK OPTIONS:                                            
          DUP ELEMENT NAME  ===> N (Y/N)                         MSG LVL ===>   (W/C/E)
          DUP PROC O/P TYP  ===> Y (Y/N) ACROSS SBS ===> N (Y/N) MSG LVL ===> E (W/C/E)
 
these are examples of the output that is produced using the above setup:
 
ELEMENT --   TYPE    NS ENVIRON  S SYSTEM   SUBSYS      VVLL   PROCGRP   CUR DTE
 
PTSTEL0       PTST       ENV1         1    PTST       PTST         0101   PTSTGRP    23AUG16
PTSTEL0       PTST       ENV1         1    PTST       SNDSUB    0100   PTSTGRP    23AUG16
PTSTEL0       PTST2     ENV1         1    PTST2     PTST2        0100   PTSTGRP    23AUG16
PTSTEL0       PTST2     ENV1         1    PTST2     SNDSUB2   0100   PTSTGRP    23AUG16
PTSTEL0       PTST       ENV1         2    PTST       PTST         0100   PTSTGRP    23AUG16
 
what will happen is that you will now see on the processor group definition panel:
 
                       PROCESSOR O/P TYPE: DATA    PTSTGRP