Customer Information Control System. Middleware and MQ Series.
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Is there a way to find which CICS version we are using our own? Or we just need to ask it to support always.
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goggling with transaction to display the cics version will return some useful links...
but beware... using what is suggested there might cause a security violation for using a transaction You are not allowed to
if You have the need to know Your support will be happy to tell You
When I tell somebody to RTFM or STFW I usually have the page open in another tab/window of my browser,
so that I am sure that the information requested can be reached with a very small effort
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You could also look at the CICS logs on SDSF. At startup CICS should write a message to the log saying which version it is.
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CEMT I SYS
Code: Select all
STATUS: RESULTS - OVERTYPE TO MODIFY
Aging( 00000 ) Progautoexit( IMX004 )
Akp( 00200 ) Progautoinst( Autoactive )
Db2conn(RCTT1) Runaway( 0009000 )
Debugtool( Nodebug ) Scandelay( 0000 )
Dsalimit( 06291456 ) Sosstatus(Notsos)
Dsrtprogram( NONE ) Storeprotect(Active)
Dtrprogram( DFHDYP ) Time( 0001000 )
Dumping( Sysdump ) Tranisolate(Inactive)
Edsalimit( 0083886080 )
Forceqr( Noforce )
Logdefer( 00005 )
Maxtasks( 032 )
Mrobatch( 001 )
Progautoctlg( Ctlgnone )
RESPONSE: NORMAL TIME: 02.27.56 DATE: 11.10.17
PF 1 HELP 3 END 5 VAR 7 SBH 8 SFH 9 MSG 10 SB 11 SF
and look for Cicstslevel(030100). From above it's CICS 3.1.
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