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XCPR010I ; MSST=Open failed for copy in &FUNCTION. Errno=13.

Gaurav Raj Minhas
Occasional Visitor

XCPR010I ; MSST=Open failed for copy in &FUNCTION. Errno=13.

Hi,
I have a ndm channel setup from a mainframe server to a unix box. I have verified the configurations and the nodes are able to communicate fine. how ever when we run job to push some files to the unix box i get the following errors
Message Id => XCPR010I
Short Text => Open failed for copy in &FUNCTION. Errno=13.

I check the permissions for Local userid and its Proxy setup with the remote id. Every thing looks fine. Can some help out




ROCESS RECORD Record Id => CTRC
Process Name => DEOSUPLA Stat Log Date => 04/16/2010
Process Number => 18881 Stat Log Time => 21:29:28
Submitter Class =>
Submitter Id => EOPBIMZ@MPLSMRB

Step Start Date => 04/16/2010 Step Start Time => 21:29:27
Step Stop Date => 04/16/2010 Step Stop Time => 21:29:28
Step Elapsed Time=> 00:00:01

Step Name => STEP01
From node => P
Rstr => N
SNODE => wpsh4040
Completion Code => 8
Message Id => XCPR010I
Short Text => Open failed for copy in &FUNCTION. Errno=13.
Ckpt=>Y Lkfl=>N Rstr=>N Xlat=>N Scmp=>Y Scpr=>0.00 Ecmp=>N CRC=>N
Secure+ Protocol => TLSv1
Cipher Suite => SSL_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
Local node => S
From node => P
Src File => PRDEO.#DARC.DEOLIRXA.SLIRCIFF
Dest File => /askwdlir60.img
Source Destination
Ccode =>8 Ccode =>8
Msgid =>XCPR010I Msgid =>XCPR010I
Bytes Read =>0 Bytes Written=>0
Recs Read =>0 Recs Written=>0
Bytes Sent =>0 Bytes Recvd =>0
Rus Sent =>0 Rus Recvd =>0
Ru Size =>16000
1 REPLY
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: XCPR010I ; MSST=Open failed for copy in &FUNCTION. Errno=13.

> I have a ndm channel setup [...]

I don't know what that is, but I know what
errno = 13 means. EACCES = 13 = "Permission
denied".

> I check the permissions for Local userid
> and its Proxy setup with the remote id.
> Every thing looks fine. [...]

I'm glad that you're happy, but I can't see
any evidence for your claim. As usual,
showing actual commands with their actual
output can be more helpful than vague
descriptions and interpretations. (Or
unsupported claims.)

> Dest File => /askwdlir60.img

This thing has write permission in "/"?
Really?