Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 14:56:28 -0800
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From: Bob Hildreth <Bob.Hildreth@VOPAKUSA.COM>
Subject: Re: TCTUA
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You have not assigned a TCTUA length.
If you are using the standard terminal type definitions, you will need to
make your own copy, and assign the TCTUA area.
From: Ping Chiao [mailto:Ping.Chiao@NSC.COM]
Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2002 2:43 PM
I was wondering on the TCTUA thing:
We have a program that has following statements:
EXEC CICS ASSIGN TCTUALENG(TCTUALNG)
IF TCTUALNG > 0
EXEC CICS ADDRESS TCTUA(ADDRESS OF TCTUA-USER-AREA)
MOVE 'TCTUA NOT AVAILABLE ===> SYSTEM ERROR' TO ERRMSGO
GO TO 9000-EOJ.
Why the TCTUALNG always return '0' ? We are using terminal autoinstall, and
it is a self-contained CICS TS 1.3 region (no separate TOR).
I'd appreciate someone could shed some light on this.