When starting CA Intertest v 10 under CA Common services CAIRIM the client received error messages CAMR955E and CAS9140E.

Document ID : KB000006792
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Issue:

The client just install CA Intertest v 10. When initializing  V10 under the CAS9 utility program CAIRIM, CAIRIM fails with error messages

CAMR955E UNABLE TO LOAD SVC INTERCEPT MODULE

CAS9140E - Init error: CAINTERTEST/SYMDUMP Ver VHA0, Init routine RC=0008

The CAIRIM initialization card is

PRODUCT(CA INTERTEST/SYMDUMP) VERSION(VHA0) INIT(CAVHINIT) PARM(220)

 

Environment:
Z/OS CICS
Cause:

When CA Intertest v 10 was installed only the CA Intertest CICS FMIDS were only applied. The CA Intertest batch v 10 FMID CAMRA00 CA InterTest Batch Component was not applied.  When PARM(220) is specified on the CAIRIM initialization card it is assumed that the client is also starting CA Intertest batch v 10. Since the FMID was not applied the associated  CA Intertest batch load modules required by the SVC were not available in the load library and CARIM  issued message

MR955E UNABLE TO LOAD SVC INTERCEPT MODULE 

 

Resolution:

Change the CAVHCONF options module to configure CA Intertest v10 to only start CA Intertest for CICS and NOT CA Intertest batch v 10. This is outlined in the V10 Configuration section of DOCOPTS. Change the  CAVHCONF product intent option to INTCICS

PINT=INTCICS

PINT

Specifies whether a product can be used on a specific LPAR. If permitted, then the normal LMP checks for that product are performed. If not permitted, a message appears stating that the product is unavailable on this LPAR. (This message appears in place of an LMP warning.) The default value is DYNAMIC. This value causes the product to determine which products have valid LMP keys on an LPAR. The product then sets the product intent values accordingly.

Syntax:

PINT=(INTBAT,INTCICS,SYMBAT,SYMCICS|ALL|DYNAMIC)

The JCL to link this is in HLQ.CAVHJCL(CAVHCONF)

You can link this into the HLQ.CAVHAUTH load library where the default module is located.