There is a new Special Feature (63) that will allow you to control where the CADD250I and CADD251I messages are written to, or suppress them altogether.

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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CADDSPL writes  a CADD250I message whenever a SYSOUT is deleted from the LDS files. A CADD251I message may also be written. By default, the CADD250I and CADD251I messages are written to the Dispatch message log, to the external archive log (if the external archive is used), to the operator console and to the system log.

An example of what these particular messages look like follows:

CADD250I JOBxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxx   PURGED RC=00 Flags=YN N    Y NNNN

CADD251I File xxxxxxxx- Status yy - 1st Block zzzzzzzz

 

Special Feature 63 (FEAT063) allows you to dictate where (or if) these particular messages are written. The option settings available with FEAT063 are: 

 

N-Normal (default) processing

The messages CADD250I and CADD251I are written to Dispatch message log, to the external archive log (if the external archive is used), to the operator console and to the system log.

 

S-System log suppression

The messages CADD250I and CADD251I are written to Dispatch message log, to the external archive log (when external     archive is used), to the operator console, but not to the system log.

 

Y-Complete suppression

The messages CADD250I and CADD251I are not generated at all.

 

If you think that you might be interested in changing where these messages are written to or perhaps suppressing them altogether, the APARS that provide Special Feature 63 are RO83346 and RO83222.

 

Details regarding the implementation of Special Features can be found in Chapter 7: Starting Your Product, Prepare to Start Your Product, Activate Special Features (Optional) of the CA Dispatch Installation Guide. And after installation, to activate Special Features you'll need to recycle the CA Dispatch main task.