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INVMPSZ

INVMPSZ

(OP)
Hi,

I am getting a INVMPSZ while trying to receive a map.  After reading the error message I have checked the DFHMDI SIZE=(43,80) in the map.  (Map was created using SDF2).  And the terminal size on my screen.  (43x80)  There are also other CICS programs with the 43x80 that is working fine.  Please help!  What else could this mean?


EXEC CICS RECEIVE                  
     MAP    ('ITSM265')            
     MAPSET ('ITSM265')            
     SET    (ADDRESS OF ITSM265I)  
     RESP   (WK-RESP-CODE)         
END-EXEC                           

RE: INVMPSZ

I think you have to set something in the transaction definition to tell it to use the alternate screen size. Otherwise it uses 24x80 by default.

RE: INVMPSZ

(OP)
Thank you!  I got with my tech support guy and it is now working correctly.

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