Unload and Reload Reports

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The Unload and Reload reports contain information about system unload activity. When running an Unload and Reload report against an unload tape, you must include an UNLINPT DD statement in the report JCL.
CONRPT50 Unload System Inventory Profile
This report provides information about all elements in the systems you specify as input parameters, at the time of the unload referenced in the header of this report. When more than one element is shown for one or more environment/system/subsystem/type/stage, the report prints total statement counts.
Using this report, you can easily see which elements have been updated or processed as a part of the current project. This allows you, for example, to identify elements that have been overlooked, so that these elements can be updated before they are moved to production.
CONRPT50 Report Column Headings
This section describes the column headings that appear on the CONRPT50 Unload System Inventory Profile report.
  • System
    Contains the name of the system where listed elements reside.
  • System Title
    Contains the name of the unload tape where this system is stored.
  • Backup Date
    Specifies the date the last backup was taken using the unload utility.
  • Backup Time
    Specifies the time the last backup was taken using the unload utility.
  • Processor Group
    Contains the name of the processor group for the element.
  • Base Date
    Contains the base date for the element (
    ddMMMyy
    ).
  • Base User ID
    Contains the base user ID for the element.
  • Current Date
    Contains the level date for the current level of the element (
    ddMMMyy
    ).
  • Current User ID
    Contains the level user ID for the current level of the element.
  • Last Gen Date
    Contains the last generate processor date for the element (
    ddMMMyy
    ).
  • Last Gen User ID
    Contains the user ID for the last run of generate processor.
CONRPT51 Unload System Definition Profile
This report provides detailed system definition information for each system requested, at the time of the unload referenced in the report header.
CONRPT51 Unload System Definition Profile Report
This section shows the CONRPT51 Unload System Definition Profile report.
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CONRPT51 Header Report Column Headings
This section describes the column headings that appear on the header section of the CONRPT51 Unload System Definition Profile report.
  • Environment
    Contains the name of the environment where the system resides.
  • Stage
    Contains the ID of the stage where the system resides.
  • System
    Contains the name of the system for which the definition information is shown.
  • System Title
    Displays a descriptive title for the system.
  • Comment REQD
    Valid entries are as follows:
    • Y
      -- Comments must be included for each action to which they apply.
    • N
      -- Comments are not required.
  • CCID REQD
    Valid values are as follows:
    • Y
      -- Change control ID must be included for each action to which it applies.
    • N
      -- Change control IDs are not required.
  • Sign REQD
    Valid values are as follows:
    • Y
      -- The sign-in/sign-out facility is in use for this system.
    • N
      -- The sign-in/sign-out facility is not in use for this system.
  • Check DSN
    Valid values are as follows:
    • Y
      -- Data set validation is in use for this system.
    • N
      -- Data set validation is not in use for this system.
  • Updated By
    Contains the user ID responsible for last system definition update.
  • Update Date
    Contains the date of last system definition update (ddMMMyy).
  • Update Time
    Contains the time of last system definition update (hh:mm).
  • System Backup Date
    Contains the date of unload covered by this report.
  • Processor Load
    Contains the name of the processor load library for the system.
  • System Backup Time
    Contains the time of unload covered by this report.
  • Processor List
    Contains the name of the processor listing library for the system.
  • Unload Dataset
    Contains the data set where report information is stored.
CONRPT51 Report Column Headings
This section describes the column headings that appear on the on the report section of the CONRPT51 Unload System Definition Profile report.
  • Type(s)
    Contains the name of the defined element type.
  • Update
    User Id
    Contains the ID of the user responsible for last element definition update.
  • Date
    Contains the date of last element definition update (
    ddMMMyy
    ).
  • Time
    Contains the time of last element definition update (
    hh:mm
    ).
  • Default Processor Group
    Contains the default processor group for the named type.
  • Group
    Contains the name and description of the processor group currently assigned to the element.
  • PROC Name
    Contains the name of the (generate, move, or delete) processor for the element.
  • Typ
    Contains the processor type. Possible values are as follows:
    • D
      -- Delete processor
    • G
      -- Generate processor
    • M
      -- Move processor
  • FG
    For each of the three types of processors, an indication of whether the processor can be run in foreground. Valid entries are as follows:
    • Y
      -- Indicates that the processor can be executed in the foreground.
    • N
      -- Indicates that the processor cannot be executed in the foreground.
    If a processor cannot be run in foreground and you run an action in foreground that would normally result in the execution of a processor, you will get a message to that effect and must submit the action in batch.
  • Symbolics
    Shows any overridden symbolics associated with the processor. The default symbolic appears in the left portion of the field; the value used to override the default appears in the right portion of the field. Default symbolics that are not overridden are not listed.
CONRPT52 Unload Approver Group Definition
The Unload Approver Group Definition report lists, by approver group, selected information defined in
Endevor
, as contained in the unload data set referenced.
CONRPT52 Report Column Headings
This section describes the column headings that appear on the CONRPT52 Unload Approver Group Definition report.
  • Environment
    Contains the name of the environment in which the approver group is defined.
  • Unload Dsname
    Contains the unload data set containing this information.
  • Group
    Contains the name of the approver group.
  • Title
    Contains a descriptive title for the approver group.
  • Quorum
    Contains the number of required approvals.
  • Last Updated By
    Indicates when the approver group definition was last updated, listing user (BY:), date (ON:), and time (AT:).
  • User IDs
    Lists the approvers for the inventory as specified (see the next report field described).
  • Where Used
    Lists the inventory area or areas that are related to the approver group. These areas are identified by stage, system, subsystem, and/or type, all within the environment listed at the top of the report.
  • Disqualify
    Indicates if the disqualification process is enabled (Y) or not (N) for this approver group.
CONRPT53 Unload Approver Group Usage
The Unload Approver Group Usage report lists all inventory areas, within a specified environment, for which approval is required, as contained in the unload data set referenced. The approver groups related to each inventory area are shown to the right of the inventory area identification.
CONRPT53 Report Column Headings
This section describes the column headings that appear on the CONRPT53 Unload Approver Group Usage report.
  • Environment
    Contains the name of the environment in which the inventory areas are defined.
  • Unload Dsname
    Contains the unload data set containing this information.
  • Stage/System/ Subsystem/Type
    Contains the inventory areas for which approval is required.
  • Approver groups
    Specifies the approver groups related to each inventory area. More than one approver group can be associated with a particular inventory area. The approver group type appears in parentheses to the left of the approver group name. This report identifies the following approver groups:
    ST
     -- Indicates that the approver group type is standard.
    EM
     -- Indicates that the approver group type is emergency.
CONRPT54 Unload Element Catalog
This report provides detailed information for all elements defined in the
Endevor
Master Control File for the selected environment, at the time of the unload recorded in the unload data set referenced in the report header. This report is sorted by element name.
CONRPT54 Report Column Headings
This section describes the column headings that appear on the CONRPT54 Unload Element Catalog report.
  • Unload Dsname
    Contains the unload data set where this information is stored.
  • Processor Group
    Contains the name of the processor group for the element.
  • Base Date
    Contains the base date for the element (
    ddMMMyy
    ).
  • Base User ID
    Contains the base user ID for the element.
CONRPT55 Unload Package Summary Report
The Unload Package Summary Report prints information on all packages in the system at the time of the unload tape referenced in the heading of the report.
CONRPT55 Report Column Headings
This section describes the column headings that appear on the CONRPT55 Unload Package Summary report.
  • Package name
    Contains the name of the package as defined during package processing.
  • Backout
    Indicates whether Backout is enabled. Valid entries are as follows:
    • blank
      Indicates that there has been no backout activity for the package.
    • BACKED-OUT
      Indicates that the package has been backed out.
    • BACKED-OUT
      Indicates that the package has been backed in.
  • PRO VER
    Identifies the sequence (version) of the promotion package. This number matches the number shown in the promotion package header. Valid values are as follows:
    • 0—Indicates that this is not a promotion package.
    • 001—Indicates that this is the current promotion package.
    • 00n—Indicates that this is the current version minus n. For example, 002 indicates that this is the current version minus one
    Status
    Specifies the current status of the package. Values for the status can be one of the following:
    ABORTED
  • Indicates that the package failed to execute.
  • APPROVEDIndicates that the package is approved by all approvers.
  • COMMITTEDIndicates that the package is committed.
  • DENIEDIndicates that the package is denied approval.
  • EXECUTEDIndicates that the package executed successfully.
  • IN-APPROVALIndicates that the package is not approved or denied.
  • -EDITIndicates that the package is created, but not cast.
  • *INVALID*Indicates that the package is considered invalid (there were discrepancies within the package when it was reviewed prior to execution). This problem is commonly caused by manually editing the package before submitting it for execution. The actual reason for the invalid status is shown in an error message at the top of the BSTRPTS output data set.
    Type
    Indicates the type of the package. Possible values are as follows:
    • ST
      —Standard
    • EM
      —Emergency
    Last Updated
    Indicates the date of last package update (
    ddmmmyy
    ).
    Update User ID
    Contains the user ID of the user responsible for last package update.
    Cast Date
    Indicates the date when package was cast (
    ddmmmyy
    ).
    Cast User
    Contains the user ID of the user who cast the package.
     
  • App/Den Date
    Contains the date when package was approved (APP) or denied (DEN).
  • Execute Date
    Contains the date when the package was executed.