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ALLOCERRLOGFORMAT

The ALLOCERRLOGFORMAT option determines the contents and the formatting of the error log that you specify with the ERRORLOG argument to the ALLOCATE command.

Syntax

ALLOCERRLOGFORMAT = text

Arguments

text

Characters that determine the contents and formatting of the error log that you specify with an ERRORLOG statement in an ALLOCMAP command. By placing an INTEGER value before the formatting character, you can specify the number of characters that the object occupies in the error log. You can specify escape sequences as formatting characters. For valid escape sequences, see "Escape Sequences". Table 6-1, "Characters for Specify the Contents of the Error Log for ALLOCATE" lists the characters that specify the contents of the error log. The default value of ALLOCERRLOGFORMAT is the following.

'%8p %8y %8z %e (%n)'

Table 6-1 Characters for Specify the Contents of the Error Log for ALLOCATE

Character Output Specified

b

The basis object being processed.

c

The child node of the dimension being processed.

d

The name of the dimension being processed.

e

A description of the error encountered.

n

The error code of the error encountered.

p

The parent node of the dimension being processed.

r

The name of the relation being allocated down.

s

The source object being processed.

t

The target object being processed.

n

The basis value of the child cell receiving the allocation.

y

The source value of the parent cell being allocated.

z

The basis value of the parent cell being allocated.


Examples

Example 6-1 Setting the ALLOCERRLOGFORMAT Option

This example sets the ALLOCERRLOGFORMAT option and produces the results shown in the last line.

ALLOCERRLOGFORMAT = '%8p %8y %8z %e (%n)'
SHOW ALLOCERRLOGFORMAT
%8p %8y %8z %e (%n)