The SECURE Runtime option requests support of the pre-validation of the security environment. This option has the following format:
Use options to modify security checking. Specifying the Security option automatically activates various pre-validation checks.
If this option is in effect, You can specify also the runtime options DATEFMT(EURO) and RUNDATE for future run date and time to use for security validation in a date format which is not the default US layout mm/dd/yy. They are only valid for ACF2 security product.
If runtime option DATEFMT(EURO) is in effect but RUNDATE is not specified or it is specified without a valid date/time value, then every CA JCLCheck scan against a jcl stream, both batch and foreground, abnormally ends with the abend S0C7 in CAZ1SSF, followed by a S0C4 in CAZ2CJCL.
To bypass this abend there are two possibilities:
1. If DATEFMT(EURO) should be used, then it is mandatory to correctly setup the Runtime option RUNDATE, providing a valid date/time value as documented in our CA JCLCheck 12.0 Command Reference Guide.
2. Otherwise both DATEFMT(EURO) and RUNDATE runtime options should be removed so that the default values NODAtemf and NORUNDt are used.
If, after this suggestion, the message occurs again, please open a Case with CA Support.