Transfer CFT messages: CFTB

This topic lists the CFTBxx messages and provides a type, a description, and when applicable a consequence and corrective action.

Message format

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 auto-documented messages, for example CFTA01I, CFTA02W, CFTA03E, CFTA04F, are not detailed in this section. These messages are considered self-explanatory. The CFTAnnx messages all refer to the acceleration feature on all platforms that support acceleration.

 

Error

CFTB01E: PART=&part Context area allocation failure CS=&scs

Explanation

Cannot allocate the working area necessary for the transfer.

Consequence

In REQUESTER mode, the transfer is refused with a Transfer CFT 122 diagnostic code and a MALLOC protocol diagnostic message.
In SERVER mode, the incoming call is rejected.

In this case, as the partner's name is not known, the value UNKNOWN is displayed.

 

Error

CFTB02E: PART=&part TFIL Exchange buffer allocation failure CS=&scs

Explanation

Cannot allocate the working area required to exchange information between the PROTOCOL task and the FILE task.

Consequence

In REQUESTER mode, the transfer is refused with a Transfer CFT 122 code and a MALLOC protocol diagnostic message.

In SERVER mode, the incoming call is rejected. In this case, as the partner's name is not known, the value UNKNOWN is displayed.

 

Error

CFTB03E: PART=&part Error sending data on network NCR=&ncr NCS=&ncs NET=&net

Explanation

Cannot send a message on the network.

Consequence

The transfer is interrupted with a Transfer CFT 302 code and a protocol diagnostic message indicating the specific error code of the error occurring during the send request. This code is expressed in hexadecimal form.

 

Error message

CFTB06E: Flow control error NCR=&ncr NCS=&ncs NET=&net

Explanation

Network flow control error.

 

Error

CFTB07E: PART=&part TFIL task Synchronization error CR=&cr CS=&cs

Explanation

Problem encountered when sending an internal Transfer CFT message to the FILE task.

Consequence

The transfer is aborted by the protocol task (network disconnection). However, as the FILE task is not protected by a time-out, the request remains in the C status in the catalog

 

Error

CFTB08E: PART=&part Network release resp err NCR=&ncr NCS=&ncs NET=&net

Explanation

Cannot respond to a network disconnection indication.

Consequence

This incident has no effect on the previous transfer (whether completed or interrupted).

 

Error

CFTB09E: PART=&part Network connect req local err NCR=&ncr NCS=&ncs NET=&net

Explanation

Cannot make an outgoing connection request on the network.

Consequence

For a general -6 code (maximum number of connections reached on the resource), the transfer is refused with a Transfer CFT 416 diagnostic code and a MAXCNX protocol diagnostic message. The transfer will be retried (minimum time-out equal to the WSCAN parameter of the CFTCAT command), without incrementing the retry counter.

 

Error

CFTB10E: PART=&part RECOV=&recov L=&local R=&reason D=&diagn NET=&net

Explanation

Physical connection refused.

Consequence

Depending on the source of the refusal and the RECOV code, the transfer is set to the K status (diagnostic code 303) or remains in the D status (diagnostic code 302) and will be retried.

 

Error

CFTB18E: Incoming call reject error NCR=&ncr NCS=&ncs NET=&net

Explanation

Cannot refuse an incoming call.

 

Error

CFTB19E: Incoming call accept error NCR=&ncr NCS=&ncs NET=&net

Explanation

Cannot accept an incoming call.

 

Error

CFTB21E: PART=&part MAIN task Synchronization error CR=&cr CS=&scs

Explanation

Transfer CFT internal synchronization error.

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