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COMTI Metadata ??

COMTI Metadata ??

COMTI Metadata ??

(OP)
Hi , I am trying to  send message via a COMTI to the host(CICS/VTAM) .
but host has recevied something like the metadata or header at begining of
my message , that include the Network Name(NBNET) ,  Local LU Name
(LU92700),
and  COMTI  Method Name (GetData3). when I trace on the HIS server , it
still  the same
on the traced file  as follow :


DLC   0B90A02B 0502FF00 03D10000 08C785A3     <...+.....J...Get>
DLC   C481A381 F300160D D5C2D5C5 E34BD3E4     <Data3...NBNETKLU>
DLC   F9F2F7F0 F007D488 41436600 010000A6     <92700.MhACf....w>
DLC   12FFC9D5 C6E46F40 C1F3F0F0 F0F0F0F3     <..INFUo@A3000003>
DLC   F2F6F9F1 F0F0F0F0 F0F0F0F0 F0F0F040     <269100000000000@>

my message start with 'INFO'. Since host can not recognize the TP Name
'INFU'  at  the appropriate
postion, therefore it reject all my request.

Also In the  COMTI   Component Builder , I have put the metadata setting to
none ,
But it still  comes out . Can anyone  help me  please  !!!


Thanks a lot
 

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