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  • warning: Creating default object from empty value in /homepages/10/d92055197/htdocs/cicsworld2/modules/taxonomy/taxonomy.pages.inc on line 33.
  • warning: Illegal string offset 'link_to_original_url' in /homepages/10/d92055197/htdocs/cicsworld2/sites/all/modules/aggregation/aggregation.module on line 1079.
  • warning: Illegal string offset 'link_to_original_url' in /homepages/10/d92055197/htdocs/cicsworld2/sites/all/modules/aggregation/aggregation.module on line 1080.
Technotes(Troubleshooting)

Slow down in CICS due to waits for QR KTCB when running with OMEGAMON

You see a back up of tasks on the QR KTCB due to waits for the QR KTCB to be redispatched in a CICS Transaction Server for z/OS (CICS TS) region. You are using IBM Tivoli OMEGAMON XE for CICS.

CASD6069 AICA and DFHPI0001 abend at 2EA in DFHPIPM when using CA ACF2

You receive message CASD6069 reporting an abend AICA (abendAICA) followed by message DFHPI0001 reporting an abend at offset 02EA IN MODULE DFHPIPM. The abend occurs after the Soap Header Handler program but before our CICS Web Services application program. You are using CA ACF2 for z/OS from CA Technologies with CICS Transaction Server for z/OS (CICS TS).

DFHSJ0215 and DFHSJ0914 JVM Server disabled when installing CICS Liberty JVMServer

You created a Liberty JVMServer resource definition within CICS. Now when you try to install it, you receive messages DFHSJ0215 and DFHSJ0914 in the CICS log. This indicates that the JVM Server failed to initialize and is disabled.

ClassNotFoundException when using JNDI in a CICS JVM Server

You experience a ClassNotFoundException for the initial context factory when attempting to use Java™ Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) from a CICS Java program hosted in a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) Server. For example, using the com.ibm.websphere.naming.WsnInitialContextFactory from the WebSphere Application Server thin client.

Exchanging diagnostic information with IBM Technical Support for problem determination

This document describes how to submit diagnostic information to IBM, so problem determination can begin for a Service Request (SR) or Problem Management Report (PMR). This document also describes how to receive information from IBM.

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