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  • 1.  Use Case with PARMXCT Table

    Posted Jan 23, 2017 08:56 AM


    I've got a job with several steps First step Return Error Code 4 and Second Step Return Error Code 8.

    But if  check the result from CAVIEW CLIST Call i only have Xode=004 even if the second step of the Job return Error Code 8.

    How can i manage this ?

    My PARMXCT Table Member is define like this .



    Many thanks for your Help




  • 2.  Re: Use Case with PARMXCT Table
    Best Answer

    Posted Jan 23, 2017 12:45 PM

    Hello Eric,


       Regarding you update in the Communities web page:


     FIRST, LAST, HIGH Specifications
     The parameters FIRST, LAST, and HIGH are provided to specify whether
     the exception code for the first, last, or highest exception condition
     for the SYSOUT group should be retained in the group control record.
     The FIRST, LAST, and HIGH keywords are mutually exclusive.
     LAST is SYSOUT system default.

     HIGH      Specifies that when multiple exceptions
               occur for a SYSOUT group, the one with the

               highest priority is retained in the group
               control record.
               The following list defines the XCODE priorities
               in highest to lowest order:
                  1) System Abend
                  2) User Abend
                  3) JCL Error
                  4) Non-Zero Condition Code
                  5) Operator Cancel
                  6) Not Cataloged
                  7) Not Deleted
                  8) Not Recataloged
               If multiple exceptions occur with the same priority,

               the one with the highest numerical value will be used.


    If you want to display the highest condition code, then you will need to add an entry to the

       SARXCTAB. You can add the HIGH parameter to each ERO entry or as a global
       parm for all reports.


    /*  HIGH

       Please refer to the System Reference Guide
     Be sure to recycle STC.



    Roxanne Richardson

    CA Sr. Support Rep.