How to correct zSecure Command Verifier 'MODULE NOT FOUND' error message?

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Question

I've completed the SMP/E install of Command Verifier and RC=0 was returned for the RECEIVE, APPLY and ACCEPT steps.

But when I try to use Command Verifier I get a 'MODULE NOT FOUND' error message. What did I do wrong?

Cause

Missing C4RMAIN module.

Answer

The scenario: you've already received, applied and accepted Admin and Audit. You're now ready to install Command Verifier. But you notice in the RECEIVE, APPLY and ACCEPT JCL that it includes FMID HC4R1D0 - which was already done with the Admin and Audit install. So you decide to remove HC4R1D0 from the Command Verifier SMP/E JCL and to only work with JC4R1D0.

Unfortunately, doing this will cause C4RMAIN to be omitted from the SC4RLNK dataset that is created as part of the Command Verifier install, since JC4R1D0 does not contain the code for C4RMAIN, the primary program for Command Verifier.

You can fix this by re-running the APPLY and ACCEPT with a REDO and including HC4R1D0.

Better yet, don't remove it and run the JCL as is, with both FMIDs:


//SMPCNTL  DD *                                                          
 SET     BOUNDARY (GLOBAL).          /* Set to GLOBAL zone */  
 RECEIVE SOURCEID(C4R)               /* Assign sourceid    */  
         SELECT(HC4R1D0,JC4R1D0)     /* The CV FMIDs       */  
         SYSMODS                     /* Any type of sysmod */  
         FORFMID(HC4R1D0,JC4R1D0).   /* The CV FMIDs       */


Cross reference information
Segment Product Component Platform Version Edition
Security IBM Security zSecure Command Verifier zSecure Command Verifier

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Document information


More support for:

IBM Security zSecure Audit for RACF
zAudit RACF

Software version:

1.12, 1.13.0, 1.13.1

Operating system(s):

z/OS

Software edition:

Enterprise

Reference #:

1271518

Modified date:

2013-06-25

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