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EMC and DB2 on Z/OS

My account has DB2 SYSADM granted to it.

I am trying to issue DB2 Subsystem commands via rexx.

Error:

16.46.34 JOB04218 IEA630I OPERATOR OPRJAW0 NOW ACTIVE,
SYSTEM=AGL1
, LU=
16.46.36 JOB04218 -DISPLAY DB(DJAW01R0) SPACENAM(*)

16.46.36 JOB04218 DSN3107I - DSN3EC0X - COMMAND REJECTED. REQUESTOR
NOT AUTHORI
16.46.36 JOB04218 DSN3107I - DSN3EC0X - COMMAND REJECTED. REQUESTOR
NOT AUTHOR

Rexx block:

000046 cma_db2:
000047 "CONSPROF SOLDISP(NO) SOLNUM(100)"
000048 "CONSOLE SYSCMD(-DISPLAY DB(DJAW01R0) SPACENAM(*))"
000049 RC = GETMSG("LINE.",,,,20)
000050 "CONSOLE DEACTIVATE"
000051 Do I = 1 TO LINE.0
000052 Say LINE.I
000053 End
000054 Return

It almost seems like my EMCS session needs something in CONSOL00 :

May 4 '06 #1
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"Jimbo" <wi******@mindspring.com> wrote in message
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My account has DB2 SYSADM granted to it.

I am trying to issue DB2 Subsystem commands via rexx.

Error:

16.46.34 JOB04218 IEA630I OPERATOR OPRJAW0 NOW ACTIVE,
SYSTEM=AGL1
, LU=
16.46.36 JOB04218 -DISPLAY DB(DJAW01R0) SPACENAM(*)

16.46.36 JOB04218 DSN3107I - DSN3EC0X - COMMAND REJECTED. REQUESTOR
NOT AUTHORI
16.46.36 JOB04218 DSN3107I - DSN3EC0X - COMMAND REJECTED. REQUESTOR
NOT AUTHOR

Rexx block:

000046 cma_db2:
000047 "CONSPROF SOLDISP(NO) SOLNUM(100)"
000048 "CONSOLE SYSCMD(-DISPLAY DB(DJAW01R0) SPACENAM(*))"
000049 RC = GETMSG("LINE.",,,,20)
000050 "CONSOLE DEACTIVATE"
000051 Do I = 1 TO LINE.0
000052 Say LINE.I
000053 End
000054 Return

It almost seems like my EMCS session needs something in CONSOL00 :


You are likely to have better luck with this question at the
ibm.software.db2.mvs newsgroup on the news.software.ibm.com news server.
That newsgroup is focused specifically on DB2 on MVS (and its descendants)
and appears to be active, although the volume is lower than it is here.

The vast majority of the people on comp.databases.ibm-db2 are working with
DB2 for Windows/Unix/Linux.

--
Rhino
May 4 '06 #2

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