ERROR: No data destination exists for System: sysname and ERROR: No FTP location exists for System: sysname

Document ID : KB000103980
Last Modified Date : 02/07/2018
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Issue:
Validate remote systems is beginning for deployment: CA product name Validating System: sysname ERROR: No data destination exists for System: sysname ERROR: No FTP location exists for System: sysname.
Resolution:
Under the system registry tab, click the maintain data destination link on the left under actions.
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This displays the Data Destination panel. In this example a data destination, dd was previously added. Even though a data destination was added here if  it was not assigned to the ( target ) system/LPAR to which the deployment is being done the "No data destination exists for System" failure would still occur. All data destinations must first be added here.
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To add a data destination click create. This displays the following panel. It defaults to the Shared DASD transmission method. If FTP;ing between the ( source ) LPAR that CA CSM runs on and the ( target ) LPAR to which the deployment is being done then use Shared DASD. This means that the ( source ) CA CSM LPAR and the ( target ) LPAR to which the deployment is being done must share the same DASD's. Enter the mount point directory path, which is a directory path that must exist on the ( target ) LPAR to which the deployment is being done.The user that is doing the deployment must have write permission to this directory, and mount authorization on the target system
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If FTP is available check off FTP and you will see the following changes to the fields. 
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Click save to complete the data destination creation.
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Now two data destinations are shown.
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Click the system/LPAR name to which the data destination should be assigned.
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Click add as shown above and the panel below will be displayed.
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Select a data destination, data destination 1 as in this example and click select resolve the ERROR: No data destination exists for System: sysname.
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Now a data destination is assigned. Click Network Locations.
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Click add.
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Enter the hostname or IP address for the ( target ) LPAR to which the deployment will be done. The port number which is usually defaults to 21. Enter the FTP path that is on the ( target ) LPAR. This path is created by the install jobs ETN0100 and ETN0200. Click save to resolve the  ERROR: No FTP location exists for System: sysname.