To obtain from TMSGRW the complete list of all the files present on a multi-file tape it is necessary to specify the statement:
in CONTROL-SECTION, to change the DSNB value from NO to YES and apply what we detail in the CA 1 Utility and Report Guide for this option:
Specifies whether used DSNBs for the secondary files are to be merged in at read time. The
default is NO.
If DSNB=YES is specified, for each used DSNB record a YSVC call is made to retrieve volume
information to be combined with the DSNB information. The DSNB fields are accessed by
specifying the TMC equivalent keyword. The F1STVSN value is mapped into the VOLSER field so that reports will display the VOLSER on which the data set actually begins. Fields such as
OUTCODE, OUTDATE and ACCT are available for the DSNB data sets.
DSNB=YES can be used only with the production TMC. If an ALTER INPUT= is found indicating another file, the logic will change to DSNB=FAST.
Note: DSNB=YES will have an increase in processing time due to the YSVC call. DSNB field
not reported is PREV.
If DSNB=FAST is specified, each DSNB field is moved into the corresponding TMC record field. If there is no corresponding TMC record field, an asterisk (*) is moved to that field on the report. The DSNB fields are accessed by specifying the TMC equivalent keyword.
If, after this suggestion, the report is still wrong, please open a Case with CA Support.