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CICS - FCT

CICS - FCT

CICS - FCT

(OP)
HELLO FOR ALL;

I keep trying to remember my days as a programmer, I already developed a small batch system, it was really cool.
Now I have developed a Cobol / CICS transaction to consult the data generated in the batch system.

TCP working
transaction running perfect, all fields validated, so I went to include the files created in the BATCHS programs in the FCT table of CICS.

For you this is a ridiculous problem, but I am not able to open the files included in the FCT.

I believe that in addition to including the file in the FCT, I must change something in the CICS configuration files.

Can someone help me.

Thanks, Dylson from Brazil via Google translator.

This the MENU program



Files used is this MUNU program



I try install only one file for TEST – TABPROD -



I change UNE to ENA, OK!



I change CLO to OPEN and receive status NOTOPEN



I TRY read usinf CECI and notopen TOO





Please, where else do I have to change so that the file can be used in CICS.


I include file TABPROD in this members:

DFH320.SVSC.CUSTON.INSTALL - ZACIC1
MEMBERS:
DFHDEFDS
DFHIVPBT
DFHIVPDB
DFHIVPOL
DFHSTSRT

DFH320.CICS.ADFHINST
MEMBERS:
DFHDEFDS
DFHSTART

ADCD.Z110.PROCLIB
MEMBERS:
CICSA

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