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Message - 4n99D


Nov 28, 2018

 

4n99D DATA SECURED FILE ACCESSED
4199D DATA SECURED FILE ACCESSED
4299D DATA SECURED FILE ACCESSED
4399D DATA SECURED FILE ACCESSED
4499D DATA SECURED FILE ACCESSED
4599D DATA SECURED FILE ACCESSED
4699D DATA SECURED FILE ACCESSED
4799D DATA SECURED FILE ACCESSED
4899D DATA SECURED FILE ACCESSED
4999D DATA SECURED FILE ACCESSED
Cause: A file with the data security bit posted in the Format 1 label is being opened. For
diskette file this message indicates that a secured volume (file) is being opened.
System Action: The system waits for the operator to respond and then proceeds according to
his response.
Programmer Action: The programmer must instruct the operator what to reply when this
message is issued. If the message resulted because incorrect label information was submitted,
correct it and resubmit the job.
If the failure recurs. or if the file being accessed is not data secured, have the
· failing job stream and associated listings
· job stream that created the file
· listing of the VTOC
· dump at time of failure
available for problem determination.
Operator Action: Reply YES to allow the file to be opened, or
Reply NO. or CANCEL, or press END/ENTER to cancel the job, or
Reply CANCELV to obtain a display of the VTOC and cancel the job. or
Reply DSPLYV to obtain a display of the VTOC. When the message is reissued after the
display is complete, give one of the other replies cited.
Any other response results in an INVALID RESPONSE message.





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