GIM54502E while running Apply Check job SCM5APP.

Document ID : KB000007989
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Issue:

We are getting the below error while running Apply Check job SCM5APP.

GIM41802I JCLIN PROCESSING WAS SUCCESSFUL FOR SYSMOD CSIQI00.
GIM54502E ** ALLOCATION FAILED FOR CSIQUSS0 BECAUSE THERE IS NO DD STATEMENT IN THE JCL AND NO DDDEF ENTRY IN TARGET ZONE CAIT0.
GIM28307E ** ALLOCATION FAILED FOR CSIQUSS0, WHICH IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO PROCESS ELEMENT ENWS3LIB IN SYSMOD CSIQI03.
GIM22601I APPLY PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD CSIQI03.
GIM37001S ** APPLY PROCESSING STOPPED BECAUSE FUNCTION SYSMOD CSIQI03 FAILED.
GIM30201E ** APPLY PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD CSIQF03. ALL SYSMODS THAT WOULD HAVE DELETED CSIQF03 HAVE FAILED.
GIM35941I SYSMOD CSIQI03, WHICH WOULD HAVE DELETED SYSMOD CSIQF03, FAILED.
GIM30201E ** APPLY PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD CSIQF13. ALL SYSMODS THAT WOULD
GIM35941I SYSMOD CSIQI03, WHICH WOULD HAVE DELETED SYSMOD CSIQF13, FAILED.
GIM30201E ** APPLY PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD CSIQG03. ALL SYSMODS THAT WOULD
GIM35941I SYSMOD CSIQI03, WHICH WOULD HAVE DELETED SYSMOD CSIQG03, FAILED.
GIM30201E ** APPLY PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD CSIQH03. ALL SYSMODS THAT WOULD
GIM35941I SYSMOD CSIQI03, WHICH WOULD HAVE DELETED SYSMOD CSIQH03, FAILED.
GIM20501I APPLY PROCESSING IS COMPLETE. THE HIGHEST RETURN CODE WAS 12.
GIM20502I SMP/E PROCESSING IS COMPLETE. THE HIGHEST RETURN CODE WAS 12. SMP/E IS AT LEVEL 36.66.

Resolution:

Please be sure that you have executed the following jobs from SAMPJCL library before trying to apply the Web services FMID (CSIQI03)

SI32ALLU - Allocate product USS Datasets (Only required if installing CSIQI03)
SI33MKD  - Allocate product USS Directories (Only required if installing CSIQI03)
SI33CSIU - Customize SMP/E CSI for USS (Only required if installing CSIQI03)

Endevor Web services includes some files and folders residing in zFS files.
The above jobs define, format and mount a new filesystem, create some folders on it and then define the SMP/E DDDEF entries into the CSI tarhet zone which allow SMP/E to place the objects into its folders.


Additional Information:

Note that it's not strictly required that you create and mount a new filesystem. We define the process this way to make things easier and to ensure that our objects don't not interfere with your current filesystems. You are free to create the folders wherever you prefer. Just be sure that the folders are defined AND that the SMP/E target zone has the DDDEF entries pointing to them.