Transfer CFT Local Administrator messages and error codes

This section lists the different types of messages that Transfer CFT Local Administrator generates, and corrective actions when applicable. It begins with this section, which describes message formats, severity, and additional conventions used in this documentation.

Message format

Format in the documentation

Transfer CFT messages provide information on the status of the Transfer CFT. Messages have the general format and supporting information:

The message severity is displayed

CFTxxx: the actual message that is displayed on Transfer CFT

Explanation

The elements, such as variables, in the above message are detailed.

Consequence

Description of what happens to the Transfer CFT, or lists corrective actions.

Action If applicable, add corrective action here.

Format in the product

Earlier versions of Transfer CFT used a different message format than the current version 3.1.3. The error messages displayed in this document use the former, or earlier version, format. If your system uses the CFTLOG parameter Format = V24, the log display is as shown below:

CFTXXX: fixed text message <variables>

Example

CFTLOG FORMAT=[V23,V24]

  • For V23: CFTT57I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt &str transfer started
  • For V24: CFTT57I &str transfer started   <IDTU=&idtu PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt>

Auto documented messages

Certain messages that are auto-documented, for example CFTA01I, CFTA02W, CFTA03E, CFTA04F, may not appear in this documentation. These messages are considered self-explanatory.

Writing conventions

Messages are written according to the following conventions.

Message description

The Transfer CFT messages use the format CFTxnns, for example CFTC01E. The elements that make up the message format are described in the following sections.

Where:

  • x: message source
  • nn: sequence number
  • s: message severity

Message source

Code Description
C Catalog: Access to the catalog
E End: Transfer CFT shutdown phase
F File: Access to files
H External PeSIT: PeSIT protocol, non-SIT profile and CFT profile
I Init: Transfer CFT initialization phase
N Network
P

Parameter: Access to parameter files

R Request: Requests that Transfer CFT received  from CFTUTIL, applications, or interactive functions
S System: System interface operations by the Transfer CFT
T Transfers: Actions relating to transfers
U CFTUTIL: Messages from the CFTUTIL utility
X Security: Security system (only in the log)
Y SSL: SSL protocol

Sequence number

The sequence number is an index characterizing the message within a given class.

Severity

The severity code is described in the following table.

Code Indicates
I Informational message only
W An anomaly which may be an error
E An error requiring correction (parameter setting or environment error)
F A serious system error requiring the intervention of Product Support

Symbolic variables used in message text

The table below lists the symbolic variables used in message text.

Code

Description

char

Alphanumeric character

cr

Function return code

cmd

Parameter setting or operator command name
Example: CFTPARM, SEND

cpu_id

Host computer's CPU number

ctx

Internal context

diagn

Diagnostic code of a network error
Specific to the access method and, in some cases, to the system
Expressed in hexadecimal form

diagi

Internal CFT diagnostic code (DIAGI) of the catalog

diagp

CFT protocol diagnostic code (DIAGP) of the catalog

dest

Partner list identifier (CFTDEST command)

direct

Transmission direction

fname

File name

host

Physical address of the remote partner

id

Command identifier (value of the ID parameter)

idf

Model file identifier (CFTSEND/CFTRECV command)

idt

Transfer identifier

keyw

Keyword in a parameter setting command or an operator request
Example: PART, DIRECT

local

Location of a network error:
     1: local
     0: remote

label

Freeform name relating to the software protection key

maxtrans

Number of transfers authorized at any one time

mode

Action requested

n

Numeric character

nb

Numeric code

ncr

General network error code

ncs

Network error code specific to the access method and system

net

Network resource identifier (CFTNET command)

part

Local partner identifier (CFTPART command)

prot

Transfer CFT protocol identifier (CFTPROT command)

pevent

Protocol event

pid

Process identifier

pstate

Protocol status

recov

General error recovery code (in the case of a network error), independent of the system or access method

reason

Reason code for a network error
Specific to the access method and, in some cases, to the system
Expressed in hexadecimal form

sappl

SAPPL parameter value (name of the sending application)

scs

System return code describing a system interface access error

state

Transfer status

str

Character string forming the message label

vfm

VFM base name

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