I'm using RDz with TXSeries, I want to perform the local syntax check of:
And I get an error like this:
'ERZ004023E: Invalid command option 'NUMITEMS'.
The variable WS-IND-ITEM is declared as PIC S9(4) COMP.
Besides, I' have problems using this commands:
If anyone has any help for me and for the forum, I'll thank you.
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3 replies Latest Post - 2011-12-23T11:21:22Z by gogol
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Updated on 2011-12-23T11:21:22Z at 2011-12-23T11:21:22Z by gogol
mazogi 0100003E8F1 Post
SF89_juan_cruz_Montanari 270003SF898 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Invalid option 'NUMITEMS'2011-12-13T19:51:57Z in response to mazogiHi Gary,
Look, I'm able to perform the local syntax check of these statements, but the problem is when I want to Build my project.
I know that using CICS('CTSxx') as a compile Option, the syntax check performs ok, but this is not valid for building.
I need to build my application, so if you can still help me I'd appreciate it.
Is this possible?
Thanks, Juan cruz
gogol 060001VHJV82 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Invalid option 'NUMITEMS'2011-12-23T11:21:22Z in response to SF89_juan_cruz_Montanari> I know that using CICS('CTSxx') as a compile Option, the syntax check performs ok, but this is not valid for building.
> I need to build my application, so if you can still help me I'd appreciate it.
I'm assuming you are trying to build your application in the local TXSeries environment.
As already pointed out in the earlier replies,
NUMITEMS is not a valid option in TXSeries, that is the reason you
are getting build errors.
If your application is intended to be running on CICS-TS you should
build it on that, and not locally on TXSeries. (however you can use RDz for local
If you are looking for writing and deploying the application on TXSeries,
you should use only the TXSeries supported APIs and options.
(and do not do syntax check using CICS('CTSxx') options, as
these as specific for syntax checking (only) for CICS-TS version xx applications.)