TMSDELET Messages

This section contains the TMSDELET messages.
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This section contains the TMSDELET messages.
*** FIRST VOLSER MUST BE LOWER THAN SECOND
Reason:
A DELETE was specified for a range of volumes, however the ending volser is less than the first volser coded in the statement.
Action:
Correct the volser statement and resubmit TMSDELET. 
*** INVALID SYNTAX FOUND
Reason:
The control statement identifier did not start in the first 20positions, or an invalid delimiter was found.
Action:
Correct the control statement and resubmit the job.
*** UNKNOWN CONTROL CARD
Reason:
The control statement verb was not DELETE, ADD, or LIST.
Action:
Correct the control statement and resubmit the job.
*** VOLUME-SERIAL-NUMBER INVALID
Reason:
A VOLSER was requested that is not defined in the volume ranges of TMC Control Records #1 and #3.
Action:
Correct the control statement and resubmit the job.
ALREADY IN DELETE STATUS - BYPASSED
Reason:
The Volume record was already in inactive (DELETE) status when the request to place the Volume record in inactive (DELETE) status was processed. No update is performed to this Volume record.
Action:
This is an informational message. If the volume was included in the range and can be bypassed, no action is required.
RECORD WAS NOT MARKED AS 'DELETED'
Reason:
The Volume record was not in inactive (DELETE) status when the request to place the Volume record in active status was processed.
Action:
If the volume was included in a range and it is acceptable that the volume is not in delete status, no action is required. Otherwise, use
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batch or online inquiry to examine the Volume record and determine why the record is not in delete status.
UNABLE TO DELETE, MUST BE SCRATCH STATUS
Reason:
The Volume record was not in scratch status when the request to place the Volume record in inactive (DELETE) status was processed.
Action:
If the volume was included in the range and can be bypassed, no action is required. If the volume should be in scratch status, use
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batch or online inquiry to determine whether the volume is eligible for scratch (volume is not out-of-area and is expired); if not, take the appropriate action.