&DVUSUHLQ resolves to different values in CPYIRMPL and VARSUB steps in $830DOPT job

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    PRODUCT:

    Common Install - z/OS


    COMPONENT:

    Common Install - z/OS


    APPLIES TO:

    Common Install - z/OS



    QUESTION:

    Why does the &DVUSUHLQ resolve to different values in CPYIRMPL and VARSUB steps in $830DOPT job?


    ANSWER:

    All custom overrides must be added to member $$INCUSR. The program logic only reads $$INC* members and not other members.


    Article Number:

    000182413


    Article Type:

    FAQ/Procedural



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