Why do I get the message "CAS9612I - CAICCI Host Application Table APPLID not defined?"

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Introduction:

Question:


During ENF startup, I saw a new message:

CAS9612I - CAICCI Host Application Table APPLID not defined

Here is an extract of ENF joblog:

*CAS9200I - CA-Event Notification Facility Active
CAS9228I - CA-ENF Application CASNMNET now active
CAS9228I - CA-ENF Application CASCCICS now active
CAS9155I - AUTOCMD: *
CAS9500I - CA-ENF CASCCICS - Initialization in Progress
CAS9550I - CA-ENF Attaching CICS Command Processor
CAS9501I - CA-ENF CASCCICS - Initialization Complete
CAS9620I - CAICCI Subsystem initializing -
CAS9757I - CAICCI Spawn Manager now active
CAS9646I - CAICCI Dispatch Manager now active
CAS9754I - CAICCI LU Services Manager now active
CAS9751I - CAICCI Server Manager now active
CAS9649I - CAICCI Interface Manager now active
CAS9641I - CAICCI Communication Manager now active
CAS9612I - CAICCI Host Application Table APPLID not defined

 

 

Question:

Why do I get the message "CAS9612I - CAICCI Host Application Table APPLID not defined?" 

Is this message temporary or definitive?

 

Environment:
CA COMMON SERVICES R14.1 S1401 - CA DATACOM/AD R14.0 - z/OS 2.1 -
Answer:

This message can be ignore if you are using TCP/IP. If you are using VTAM then you will need to define an APPLID.