Tapping my old buddy Google, I found this:
The job control language (JCL) for an invocation of the log print utility (CSQ1LOGP) specified the use of the bootstrap data set (BSDS), but the utility control statements did not specify values for RBASTART and RBAEND.
The RBASTART and RBAEND values must be specified when using the BSDS, although they are not required when using the active or archive logs.
No error is issued by log services, and no information is written to SYS1.LOGREC data set.
System programmer response
Continue to use the BSDS, but change the utility control statements to specify values for RBASTART and RBAEND
Change the JCL to use the active and archive data sets instead
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From: IBM Mainframe Discussion List [mailto:IBM-***@LISTSERV.UA.EDU] On Behalf Of Donald Likens
Sent: Saturday, June 03, 2017 7:40 AM
Subject: (External):Automation of MQ CSQ1LOGP
I am attempting to monitor MQ. To that affect I want to look at the logs (forgive me I do not know much about MQ).
I found the CSQ1LOGP utility and am using the extract function. I was able to get this to work using the ARCHIVE DD however it failed with the following message when I only specified the BSDS.
CSQ1210E LOG READ ERROR, RETCODE=00000008 REASON CODE=00D10014
It appears that I need to specify the ARCHIVE DD! Now to my question...
I want to run CSQ1LOGP periodically to extract the logs. I know I could write a REXX to do this but before I re-invent the wheel, did anyone come up with a way to automatically figure out what the active archive datasets are and create DD cards?
For example our archive datasets are:
The LLQ is created by MQ.
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