Temporarily restoring permanent message customizations

If you have already used the PFPEPR00 utility to set permanent modifications for eligible messages, you can specify the RESET subcommand on the PFPOPTS DD statement to temporarily restore any (or all) customized messages to product defaults.

RESET can be used to temporarily override the permanent override that you stored in the Fast Path/EP repository.

For detailed instructions about using the PFPEPR00 utility to specify, store, list, and remove permanent message customizations, see Dynamic message modification.

The example in the following figure assumes that PFPEPR00 has been executed previously to override the suffix level for message BMC111162 and to set a suppression threshold for message BMC121150. Separate RESET subcommands are specified to restore both messages to product defaults for the specified job input only.

Restoring selected permanent message overrides on the PFPOPTS DD statement

//PFP      EXEC PGM=PFPMAIN,REGION=0M 
//STEPLIB  DD DSN=BMC.PFP.LOAD,DISP=SHR 
//         DD DSN=IMSVS.RESLIB,DISP=SHR 
//PFPOPTS  DD *
OPTIONS
RESET MESSAGE_NUMBER=111162
RESET MESSAGE_NUMBER=121150
/*
//PFPSYSIN  DD *
UNLOAD DBD=dbdnam1,IAREA=areaname
/*

The example in the following figure assumes that PFPEPR00 has been executed previously to specify customizations (suffix overrides or suppression thresholds) for multiple messages. The parameter ALL is specified on the RESET subcommand to restore all customized messages that have been stored in the repository to product defaults for the specified job input only.

Restoring all permanent message overrides on the PFPOPTS DD statement

//PFP      EXEC PGM=PFPMAIN,REGION=0M 
//STEPLIB  DD DSN=BMC.PFP.LOAD,DISP=SHR 
//         DD DSN=IMSVS.RESLIB,DISP=SHR 
//PFPOPTS  DD *
OPTIONS
RESET MESSAGE_NUMBER=ALL
/*
//PFPSYSIN  DD *
UNLOAD DBD=dbdnam1,IAREA=areaname
/*


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