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IKJ56247I FILE ISP06213 NOT UNALLOCATED, IS NOT ALLOCATED

 
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GarciaRontani

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 11:32 pm    Post subject: IKJ56247I FILE ISP06213 NOT UNALLOCATED, IS NOT ALLOCATED
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Hi Everyone,
I'm having the following error when trying to copy the contempts of one datasets to another.

IKJ56247I FILE ISP06213 NOT UNALLOCATED, IS NOT ALLOCATED



Could this be a RACF issue? or it's Storage Routine related?


I was told that this kind copy was done every year so that's why I find hard to believe it's a storage allocation routine issue.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 11:41 pm    Post subject:
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It's a TSO message (the IKJ prefix) and means that file ISP06213 wasn't allocated. It is a TSO issue; it definitely is not RACF related or storage routine related. Your TSO session attempted to free up a DD name that was not allocated to it. Since it's an informational message anyway, did the CLIST / REXX complete normally?
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 11:56 pm    Post subject:
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It seems they are attempting to do it using ISPF option 3.3 ( 3 Move/Copy Move, or copy members or data sets )

No, it didn't finish normally.
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I asked the one who was trying to allocate the dataset, to try copying it into a dataset with his UserID as first qualifyer and he managed to do it. So I'm guessing his user doesn't have permission to create or alter datasets with the HLQ that he was trying to modify/create.


Do you think it's still a TSO related issue? I was thinking that maybe RACF is preventing his user to copy that dataset since he doesn't have proper authorization to do it.
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Take a look at How to write to a PS File in CLIST
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Thanks!
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