Transfer CFT messages: CFTR

This topic lists the CFTRxx (CFT xnnx) messages and provides the type, a description, consequence, and corrective actions when applicable.

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>

Error

CFTR02E: &cmd Failed _ Invalid date or time

Explanation

The &cmd command contains at least one invalid date or time.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the command syntax.

 

Error

CFTR03E: &cmd Failed _ No record found

Explanation

The &cmd command cannot be associated with any record in the Transfer CFT catalog file (example: deletion of a non-existing record).

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the command syntax.

 

Error

CFTR04E: &cmd Failed _ Keyword &keyw too large

Explanation

The length of the &keyw keyword is greater than 8.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the description of this parameter in the Transfer CFT Online documentation, correct the error and then resubmit the command.

 

Error

CFTR05E: &cmd Failed _ Illegal separator for keyword &keyw

Explanation

A parameter separator in the &cmd command is invalid.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the command syntax (the separator must be a comma), correct the error and then resubmit the command.

 

Error

CFTR06E: &cmd Failed _ Keyword &keyw, missing quote

Explanation

A closing quote (') is missing in the value assigned to the &keyw keyword.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the offending parameter, correct the error and then resubmit the command.

 

Error

CFTR07E: &cmd Failed _ Too many keywords

Explanation

There are too many keywords for this command.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the command syntax, correct the error and then resubmit the command.

 

Error

CFTR08E: &cmd Failed _ Keyword &keyw unknown or duplicate

Explanation

The &keyw keyword is unknown or duplicated in the command.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the command syntax, correct the error and then resubmit the command.

 

Error

CFTR09E: &cmd Failed _ Keyword &keyw missing

Explanation

The &keyw keyword, which is mandatory for the command, is missing.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the command syntax, correct the error and then resubmit the command.

 

Error

CFTR10E: &cmd Failed _ Keyword &keyw value out of bounds

Explanation

The &keyw keyword of the &cmd command is numeric and its value is outside the authorized limits.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the possible values for this parameter, correct the error and then resubmit the command.

 

Error

CFTR11E: &cmd Failed _ Invalid value for keyword &keyw

Explanation

The value of the &keyw keyword of the &cmd command is not authorized (for example: numeric value for an alphabetic-type parameter).

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the possible values for this parameter, correct the error and then resubmit the command.

 

Information

CFTR12I: &cmd PART=&part [IDF=&idf | IDM=&idm]IDT=&idt Treated FOR USER=&user

Explanation

The command was executed correctly.

The partner's name (&part), the IDF (&idf) and the IDT (&idt) are only defined if it is a SEND or RECV command.

 

Error

CFTR13E: &cmd Failed _ IDT=&idt not allowed

Explanation

During execution of a command (response to a message or transfer for example) the required transfer identifier (&idt) was not found in the Transfer CFT catalog.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

Action

Check the parameter settings of the command and the transfer identifier value.

 

Warning

CFTR14W: &cmd Failed PART=&part _ No transfer found for this request

Explanation

When processing an ACT or INACT command, no transfer in the 'D' state and with DIAGI=430 for ACT or in the 'C' state for INACT was found in the Transfer CFT catalog for the partner(s) designated by &part.

Consequence

The command takes effect for any subsequent transfers concerning the partner(s).

 

Warning

CFTR15W: &cmd not treated for user &user

Explanation

The security system has refused to execute the MQUERY or SHUT command. The CFTX03W message is displayed before this message.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

 

Information

CFTR16I: &message

Explanation

Information concerning either the TURN command or the WLOG command.

  • TURN command:
    • PART=&part
    • MODE=&mode (&str) &mode: create,replace,delete
    • &str: “part not found”,”part inact”,”prot DMZ not found” ,”part not in requester mode","commutation not available”,"see omintime,omaxtime”,”already in command cache”,”not into command cache”
  • WLOG command:
    • &message displayed in the Transfer CFT LOG

Error

CFTR16E: &message

Explanation

Displays error status in the WLOG command.

  • &message displayed in the Transfer CFT LOG

Warning

CFTR16W: &message

Explanation

Displays warning status in the WLOG command.

  • &message displayed in the Transfer CFT LOG

 

Information

CFTR17I: &cmd In progress for USER &user &message

Explanation

This information message displays at the beginning of the processing for the &cmd.

  • Cmd =DELETE/END
  • Message where PART=&part IDF=&idf [ IDT=&idt IDTU=&idtu IDA=&ida STATE=&state]

 

Information

CFTR20I &message

Explanation

Information concerning the folder monitoring functionality.

  • For each configured directory a related message is written to the log.
  • When a file is automatically submitted for emission, a log message is also written to the log.

Error

CFTR20E &message

Explanation

Error messages originating from the folder monitoring functionality.

Usually triggered by error conditions encountered on file manipulation as renaming, deleting.

Fatal

CFTR20F &message

Explanation

Fatal messages originating from the folder monitoring functionality.

Indicates that a severe error condition was encountered and is preventing this functionality from proceeding normally.

 

Error

CFTR21E &cmd Failed _ No record found <IDTU=&idtu PART=&part IDT=&idt>

Explanation

During the internal command execution (&cmd) the required unique transfer identifier (&idtu) was not found in the Transfer CFT catalog.

Consequence The command is ignored.

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