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Pinned topic Start Z1090

‏2012-05-11T08:16:16Z |
Hi,
When I hit the Start Z1090 shortcut the windows with the starting options is opened but also 2 windows "x3270-4 localhost" with this message :

Instance: IBMSYS1 Host-IP: 192.168.1.129:3270,  Client-IP: 192.168.2.24 Term-type: IBM-3278-2-E,  LU-name: tso,  Device-addr: 0701


How can I solve this issue?
I suppose that my shutdown procedure isn't correct

in the operator console, I execute these commands : %CSQ7 STOP QMGR -DB9G STOP DB2 F CICSA,CEMT P SHUT IMM S SHUTDOWN $P JES2 QUIESCE then I use the stop z1090 icon to stop RDZ-UT


are these steps correct?

thanks

Eric
Updated on 2012-05-11T14:02:12Z at 2012-05-11T14:02:12Z by ENO2010
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: Start Z1090

    ‏2012-05-11T10:25:28Z  in response to ENO2010
    Eric,
    I understand you are able to start the RDz UT instance.
    In the Start System Z we have two x3270 commands to open two X3270 terminals.

    In your post you say you get two terminals with this message
    Instance: IBMSYS1
    Host-IP: 192.168.1.129:3270, Client-IP: 192.168.2.24
    Term-type: IBM-3278-2-E, LU-name: tso, Device-addr: 0701

    Can you please make sure that both of the terminals have the Device-addr set to 0701?
    It should be Device-addr set to 0700 and the other one to 0701. And this is what it is needed.

    Check you device map, the entries under aws3274 to check the device numbers,

    The procedure for stopping is ok, I do it like you and then close the x3270 terminals I have opened.
    • ENO2010
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      Re: Start Z1090

      ‏2012-05-11T11:45:44Z  in response to SystemAdmin
      Hi Rafa,

      Indeed, I have 2 device-addr one set to 700 and another to 701.
      I'm trying to logon in TSO with L TSO and I receive the next error code
      
      LCL701 UNABLE TO ESTABLISH SESSION - INIT SELF FAILED WITH SENSE 08570002
      


      using L CICS, it works.

      Eric
      • ENO2010
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        Re: Start Z1090

        ‏2012-05-11T12:10:08Z  in response to ENO2010
        more information when I try L TSO, I received this error in the console
        
        TCAS UNABLE TO ACCEPT LOGONS, REASON CODE=0090 REPLY 
        'RETRY' or 
        'TERM'
        


        eric
        • RDzJohn
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          Re: Start Z1090

          ‏2012-05-11T12:24:12Z  in response to ENO2010
          Did VTAM start without any issues? If so, Reply RETRY to the TCAS WTOR. If not, you'll need to debug the problems with starting VTAM. The syntax for the LOGON command is LOGON userid where userid is one of the userids defined for use for RDz-UT.

          RDzJohn
          • SystemAdmin
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            Re: Start Z1090

            ‏2012-05-11T13:30:37Z  in response to RDzJohn
            I press the button before....

            As I said in the console terminal I had a message like this one
            *02 IKT003D TCAS UNABLE TO ACCEPT LOGONS,REASON CODE=0090 REPLY 'RETRY' OR 'TERM'

            so I answer from the master console
            R 02,RETRY

            and then everything is fine

            So please check if you have a message like this one (white) at neary the top of the console. In this case reply to the message with the RETRY.
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          Re: Start Z1090

          ‏2012-05-11T13:26:33Z  in response to ENO2010
          Eric ,
          I have already gone thru this one.
          In the console you will have a message. I answered (in my case was message 02)

          R 02,RETRY
          and the system responded
          TCAS ACCEPTING LOGONS
          TCAS IS INITIALIZED
          and then I can logon into TSO.