Why do I get a S0C1 when issuing CA JCLCheck EJCK or !JCK commands?

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Last Modified Date : 09/06/2018
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Why do I  get a S0C1 when issuing CA JCLCheck EJCK or !JCK command?
CA JCLCheck load library is not available or the CAZ2CJCL module and it's ALIAS pointers may be out of sync.  Browse  the JCLCheck load library for module CAZ2CJCL and write down the SIZE and the TTR values.   Enter SORT ALIAS on the command  line and scroll up until you see  CAZ2CJL in the  Alias-of column.   Compare the values are the same for the SIZE and TTR.   If they are not the same, copy the correct CAZ2CJCL and its ALIASes into your current JCLCheck load library.
Additional Information:
As always, please contact CA Technologies support for CA JCLCheck Workload Automation  if you have  further questions.