Update for &AOMREAD in CA NetMaster and CA SOLVE Network Control Language Reference

Document ID:  TEC1700982
Last Modified Date:  07/11/2017
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Products

  • CA NetMaster Network Management for TCP/IP
  • CA SOLVE:Operations Automation
  • CA SOLVE:Access Session Management

Releases

  • CA NetMaster Network Management for TCP/IP:Release:12.2
  • CA NetMaster Network Management for TCP/IP:Release:12.1
  • CA SOLVE:Operations Automation:Release:11.9
  • CA SOLVE:Operations Automation:Release:12
  • CA SOLVE:Access Session Management:Release:5

Components

  • CA NetMaster File Transfer Management:NFT
  • CA NetMaster Network Automation:NMAUTO
  • Unicenter NetMaster Management Services:NMS
  • CA NetMaster Network Management for SNA:NMSNA
  • CA NetMaster Network Management for TCP/IP:NMTIP
  • Unicenter SOLVE:Access Session Management:SACCES
  • CA SOLVE:FTS:SFTS
  • CA SOLVE:Operations Automation for CICS:SOPCIC
  • CA SOLVE:Operations Automation for z/OS:SOPMVS
Introduction:

We've updated the &AOMREAD section in the Network Control Language Reference for all CA NetMaster and CA SOLVE products.

Instructions:

In the Network Control Language Reference for all CA NetMaster and CA SOLVE products, in the &AOMREAD section update the text for the MINOR={ YES | NO } operand, as follows:

 

 MINOR={ YES | NO }

  Specifies whether &AOMREAD is to return minor lines of a multiline WTO message.

 

MINOR=YES presents the individual lines of a multiline WTO message in order, following the

  &AOMREAD of the major line.

  This setting is useful if you want to examine attributes of each line.

 

MINOR=NO causes the next &AOMREAD after reading a major line to skip all the minor lines,

   and read the next message.

Default: YES

 

Note: Regardless of this setting, the &AOMMINLN and &AOMMINLT built-in functions allow access to the text and line type of any minor line of the current message.

The &AOMNMIN system variable indicates how many minor lines there are.

The operand has no effect except in the case where the previous line read was a multiline WTO major line.

 

Thus, you can use &AOMREAD MINOR=NO in a main processing loop, and enter an inner processing loop, to read &AOMNMIN minor lines

 

[NEW LINE] 

 

Important! To make &AOMREAD read the minor lines in responses to console commands, use the screening table to route the minor lines to the AOMPROC.

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