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CA Gen New & Updated Knowledge Base Articles for March 2019 

03-28-2019 11:16 PM

Here is the third list of New & Updated Knowledge Base Articles for March (March 13 - March 31)

The full Knowledge Base Articles history can be found from the CA Gen Product Information page: CA Gen 

KB000122711 | CA MAINFRAME COMPATIBILITY AND LIFECYCLE INFORMATION 
Mainframe z/OS compatibility and supportability, GA dates, End of Service (EOS) and End of Life (EOL) dates for all Mainframe Products
LAST UPDATE: 03/29/2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000126370 | CA GEN "CALL EXTERNAL" STATEMENT DISABLED IN TOOLSET 
For CA Gen 8.5 or 8.6, trying to consume a web services in a Gen Action Diagram via the Call External statement. However, that command statement seems to be grayed out (disabled) in the Toolset.
LAST UPDATE: 03/28/2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000130209 | CA GEN 8.6 EJB UNDER WILDFLY 10.1 FAILS WITH "EJBCLIENT000025: NO EJB RECEIVER AVAILABLE ..." 
This article covers the required syntax in commcfg.properties file when invoking an CA Gen EJB in the same WildFly instance as the Web client i.e. "server trancode=EJBRMI W ear_filename". Incorrect syntax can cause the error "EJBCLIENT000025: No EJB receiver available ..."
LAST UPDATE: 03/28/2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000027818 | WHAT ARE STEPS TO BUILD JAVA EXTERNAL ACTION BLOCKS (EAB) IN CA GEN 
Shows an example of how to build Java External Action Blocks (EAB) in CA Gen based on the CA Gen wiki section "Distributed Processing Working With Enterprise JavaBeans External Action Blocks in Java"
LAST UPDATE: 28.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000129661 | CA GEN TOOLSET CHECKOUT SHOWS ERROR "MEMORY CORRUPTION IN MODEL, CANNOT COMPLETE REQUEST." 
This message does not represent an actual model corruption, rather a memory error reported by the Toolset memory validation. In the latest Gen 8.5 & Gen 8.6 PTFs one particular scenario of memory validation failure has a fix which enables flow to model "save" logic for the user to continue work. However other memory validation scenarios may still exist which will not flow to the "save" logic. For this type of problem if it persists after installing the latest Toolset PTFs then it is suggested to re-subset differently so the memory structures fall differently (not just a matter of subset size). Once more work is done on the model & a new checkout.trn is created it maybe that the problem will not reoccur. u000aIf the problem continues then to receive further assistance from CA Gen Technical Support with suggested workarounds or a resolution please create a new Support case.
LAST UPDATE: 27.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000092789 | CA GEN TOOLSET CHECKOUT SHOWS ERROR THAT MODEL "MAY HAVE BEEN CORRUPTED. DO YOU STILL WANT TO SAVE IT?" 
This does not usually represent an actual model corruption, rather a memory error reported by the Toolset memory validation. u000aUsers can therefore select 'Save' and continuing to use the model.
LAST UPDATE: 27.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000129977 | CA GEN: CREATING A SEPARATE PDF FOR EACH DOWNLOADABLE MANUAL 
Downloading the entire bookshelf for CA GEN release 8.6 via the PDF button and thus creating a PDF, may the 66 mb file be separated into the difference individual guides?
LAST UPDATE: 26.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000129887 | CA GEN COM PROXY GENERATION ERROR "PROTECTION VIOLATION" AND UUID PROPERTY MISSING 
This document explains that problems with CA Gen COM Proxy Generation are often related to subset scoping.
LAST UPDATE: 24.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000030151 | USING THE COBOL 5.X OR COBOL 6.1 COMPILER WITH CA GEN 
After upgrading to COBOL 5 (5.x) or 6 (6.1), CA Gen customers have experienced compile problems such as insufficient region. This document will discuss the PTFs and changes necessary to use COBOL 5.x or 6.1 as the CA Gen compiler.
LAST UPDATE: 21.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000129632 | CA GEN MODEL/SUBSET DOWNLOAD GIVES SQLCODE = -904 UNAVAILABLE RESOURCE, REASON = 00C90080  
DB2 reason code 00C90080 means "An attempt was made to allocate a resource for update operations. However, the resource was already started for read-only access."u000aRestart the DB2 database resource with READ/WRITE access and execute the CA Gen download again.
LAST UPDATE: 20.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000129661 | CA GEN TOOLSET CHECKOUT SHOWS ERROR "MEMORY CORRUPTION IN MODEL, CANNOT COMPLETE REQUEST." 
This message does not represent an actual model corruption, rather a memory error reported by the Toolset memory validation. In the latest Gen 8.5 & Gen 8.6 PTFs one particular scenario of memory validation failure has a fix which enables flow to model "save" logic for the user to continue work. However other memory validation scenarios may still exist which will not flow to the "save" logic. For this type of problem if it persists after installing the PTFs then it is suggested to re-subset differently so the memory structures fall differently (not just a matter of subset size). Once more work is done on the model & a new checkout.trn is created it maybe that the problem will not reoccur. u000aIf the problem continues then to receive further assistance from CA Gen Technical Support with suggested workarounds or a resolution please create a new Support case.
LAST UPDATE: 19.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000092789 | CA GEN TOOLSET CHECKOUT SHOWS ERROR THAT MODEL "MAY HAVE BEEN CORRUPTED. DO YOU STILL WANT TO SAVE IT?" 
This does not usually represent an actual model corruption, rather a memory error reported by the Toolset memory validation. u000aUsers can therefore select 'Save' and continuing to use the model.
LAST UPDATE: 19.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000122156 | CA GEN CALL EXTERNAL USING DIFFERENT WEB SERVICE ENDPOINT URL ACROSS MULTIPLE ENVIRONMENTS 
For C generated code there is a user exit ABRT_xcall_ws_url_exit (file abrtexit.c) that allows the endpoint URL to be dynamically changed at runtime. For Java generated code user exit WebServiceMethodCallExit.java (runtime WebServiceMethodCallExit.class) provides similar functionality.
LAST UPDATE: 14.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000129178 | CA GEN WEB SERVICE DEPLOYMENT TO WEBSPHERE SRVE0232E JAVA HEAP SPACE 
Attempt to deploy a large CA Gen .ear file containing many web services to Websphere and receive error SRVE0232E Java Heap Space exception.
LAST UPDATE: 14.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000126378 | CLOB SUPPORT IN CA GEN FOR DB2 
Planned support of CLOB data types for CA Gen on DB2 database.
LAST UPDATE: 14.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000129204 | CA GEN CLIENT SERVER ENCYCLOPEDIA SQL TO SHOW HPVP SETTING BY ACTION BLOCK 
High Performance View Passing (HPVP) is controlled by the Action Block property PASSGLOB property which for a Client Server Encyclopedia (CSE) is stored in DOBJ table column OBJ_CHAR_PROP_4. CSE SQL is provided to show which action blocks in a model have High Performance View Passing enabled or otherwise.
LAST UPDATE: 13.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

KB000128993 | CA GEN HOST ENCYCLOPEDIA SQL TO SHOW HPVP SETTING BY ACTION BLOCK 
Is there a report or query to find if the High Performance View Passing flag was turned on for an action block? Is it possible to get a query for the CA Gen Host Encyclopedia that would tell us what the value is for this option for an action block?
LAST UPDATE: 13.03.2019    SIZE: 1 kb     TYPE: Knowledge Base Articles

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