When starting CAS9 with program CAIRIM after upgrading to CA Datacom version 14.0, I received the following message: IEC130I LOADBD14 DD STATEMENT MISSING.

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Issue

When starting CAS9 with program CAIRIM after upgrading to CA Datacom version 14.0, I received the following message:
IEC130I LOADBD14 DD STATEMENT MISSING.

Everything seemed to work normally in CAS9, and the version 14.0 CA Datacom MUF is running, so is there a problem here?

Environment: 

z/OS

CA Datacom/DB (and /AD) version 14.0, CA Datacom/DB version 15.0

Cause:

There are a couple possibilities for this error to be displayed:

  1. The format of the control statements is incorrect, and the LOADLIB() parameter is either missing or misspelled.
  2. One of the two necessary program entries is missing (both DBPCCPR and DBPCSPR are needed).

Resolution/Workaround:

This is the proper and recommended format for the input to CAIRIM/CAS9 for CA Datacom version 14.0 and above:

PRODUCT(CA DATACOM) VERSION(BD14) INIT(DBCR4PR)    - 
LOADLIB(CAI.THLQ.CAAXLOAD)                         - 
PARM(PC=PROD,PCC=DBPCCPR)                           

PRODUCT(CA DATACOM) VERSION(BD14) INIT(DBCR4PR)    -  
LOADLIB(CAI.THLQ.CAAXLOAD)                         -  
PARM(PC=PROD,PCS=DBPCSPR)

If the DBPCCPR entry is missing, the Multi-User Facility (called MUF) will still start, but functionality will be limited. However, if the DBPCSPR entry is missing, XCF functionality and other cross-memory processing will fail.

Please verify the configuration of your input for CAIRIM compared to the examples above, and if you need further assistance, contact CA Support.

Additional Information:

For more information about using the Program Call (PC) routines with CA Datacom, please refer to the CA Datacom/DB Database and System Administration Guide, in the section “Establishing Communication with z/OSInstallation and Use of the CA Datacom/DB Program Call PC Routines.”

As always, please contact CA Technologies support for CA Datacom if you have further questions.