Starting STOPX37 messages DIS1509E DIS0151S SVO0400E are issued

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    PRODUCT:

    MainView SRM Allocation


    APPLIES TO:

    MainView SRM StopX37



    QUESTION:

    When I start STOPX37 (SVOS), messages DIS1509E DIS0151S SVO0400E are issued. 


    ANSWER:

     

       
       When starting the STOPX37 SVOS Started Task (STC), the following error messages may be issued in certain situations.  
       
       DIS1509E VERIFICATION OF IDAV557A FAILED IN PRS41509                      
    DIS0151S RECEIVED RC 00000016 FROM ZAP GENERATION MODULE                  
    SVO0400E PROGRAM ETIDYNAM HAD A RETURN CODE X'010' 
     
         
       
          
    One possible cause of this error, is that a product providing similar function to STOPX37 may be active in the system.  
    Or alternatively, the similar product may not have been shutdown in a manner that de-installs the software 'hooks'.  
     
    One of these products with similar function is DTS/SRS, which typically has a STC called DIF.  
     
    To stop the DIF STC and de-install the software 'hooks', issue 'F DIF,SHUTDOWN'  
      NOTE:  
    Issuing a 'P DIF' may not shutdown the DIF STC as required for SVOS to start, this depends on the value set in the DIF STC PCMD parameter.  
    PCMD=Z                     will terminate DIF but leave the products installed (ie: 'hooks' installed)  
    PCMD=NONE             (Default) will not allow DIF to be terminated with a P/STOP command  
    PCMD=SHUTDOWN  will terminate DIF and de-install the 'hooks'  
     
    If the above article does not apply to your situation, please see    Knowledge Article: 000157190 which describes the    FORSYSID= SMMSYSxx global parameter for STOPX37  
     
      
      
        

     


    Article Number:

    000168545


    Article Type:

    FAQ/Procedural



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