How to suppress the CA SPOOL alert CAS9180E - CPU 0nnnnn Requires a LMP key to run Prod (JT) , when you are using only CA SPOOL Base?

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Introduction:

 CA SPOOL  CAS9180E - CPU 0nnnnn Requires a LMP key to run Prod (JT) messages,

 

 when you are running CA SPOOL Base  ( LMP key Prod(OA).

Question:

How to suppress the CA SPOOL  alert CAS9180E - CPU 0nnnnn Requires a LMP key to run Prod (JT) ,

 

when you are using only CA SPOOL  Base?

Environment:
Z/OS , CA SPOOL 11.7 CA SPOOL 12.0
Answer:

You have defined 2 MAS in your CA SPOOL  ESFPARM member 
S1 SID=SYS1 
S2 SID=SYS2

 

But you have only the  LMPKEY OA for CA SPOOL  Base.

. . .

Prod(OA) Date(ddmmaa) CPU(nnnn-nnn /nnnnnn) LMPCODE(123456789ABCDEF123) 

. . .
The LMPKEY JT is mandatory if you want to implement CA SPOOL  INTERFACE FOR MAS

. . .

Prod(JT) Date(ddmmaa) CPU(nnnn-nnn /nnnnnn) LMPCODE(123456789ABCDEF123) 

. . .                                                                                       

Then you have to suppress S2=SYS2 definition in your CA SPOOL  ESFPARM member , 
to avoid and suppress CAS9180E - CPU nnnnnn Requires a LMP key to run Prod (JT) messages. 

And recycle your CA SPOOL  region.

Additional Information:

In the future if you want to use CA SPOOL  INTERFACE FOR MAS
then check our CA SPOOL Customization Guide 
Chapter 1: Customization Multi-Access Spool (MAS) From Page 61 to Page 68 
and request the JT LMPKEY CA SPOOL INTERFACE FOR MAS.