Oracle9i Enterprise Edition Messages Guide
Release 1 (9.0.1) for OS/390

Part Number A90089_02
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Preface

Intended Audience

This guide is intended for anyone who uses, installs, or administers Oracle9i Enterprise Edition. It provides information about Oracle products and their interactions with OS/390. A thorough understanding of the fundamentals of OS/390 is necessary before attempting to use this software.

Structure

This guide contains OS/390-specific messages issued by Oracle9i Enterprise Edition for OS/390 products. Each message description includes the message, a probable cause, and a suggested action.

There are many messages produced by Oracle9i products that are independent of the operating system environment. These messages appear in the relevant product-specific documentation.

The messages in this guide are listed in order by reference number, and are organized into the following chapters:

To find these messages:  Go to this chapter: 

Messages AMI-0001 to AMI-0055

Messages AMI-0107 to AMI-0197 

Chapter 1, "Oracle Access Manager for IMS/TM Messages" 

Messages CIC-00001 to CIC-00026 

Chapter 2, "Oracle Access Manager for CICS Messages" 

Messages CFU-0001 to CFU-0013 

Chapter 3, "CFUTIL Messages" 

Messages OFT101I to OFT107I

Messages OFT101E to OFT999E 

Chapter 4, "Oracle9i for OS/390 Installation Messages" 

Messages ORA-04100 to ORA-04157 

Chapter 5, "OS/390-Specific Oracle Database Messages" 

ORA-04101 Error Codes 1060 to 1349 

Chapter 6, "Server Infrastructure Error Codes" 

Messages ORAFNA-001 to ORAFNA-035 

Chapter 7, "FNA Messages" 

Messages MIN0001 to MIN0901 

Chapter 8, "Network Messages" 

Messages MIR0001 to MIR0613 

Chapter 9, "Database Region Messages" 

Messages MIS0001 to MIS0454 

Chapter 10, "Oracle Subsystem Messages" 

User Abend Codes U1010 to U1112

User Abend Codes U3975 to U3984 (Oracle Access Manager for IMS/TM) 

Chapter 11, "User Abend Codes" 

Product Name

The complete name for the product described in this book is Oracle9i Enterprise Edition for OS/390. To maintain readability and conciseness in this document, the Oracle9i Enterprise Edition is also referred to as Oracle9i for OS/390.

Related Documents

The documentation set has two parts: OS/390-specific documentation and product-specific documentation. Your site automatically receives both for the Oracle products that you have purchased. The product-specific documentation is intended to assist you in learning how to use a product, and the OS/390-specific documentation will provide assistance regarding special requirements or restrictions for using that product under System/390.

OS/390-Specific Documentation

The OS/390-specific documentation set is used to install, maintain, and use Oracle9i on OS/390, and consists of:

Product-Specific Documentation

Product-specific documentation describes how to use the Oracle9i products. The information in the product-specific books applies to all operating systems under which the products run.

Conventions

Examples of input and output to the system are shown in a special font:

//SYSIN   DSN=oran.orav.INSTJCL(member) 

All output is shown as it actually appears. For input, the following conventions apply:

Convention  Meaning 

italic font 

indicates that a word or phrase of your choice must be substituted for the term in italic font, such as the actual member name. For example: member 

oran.orav  

is the standard example for high-level and second-level qualifiers. Substitute your system's actual high-level and second-level qualifiers. These qualifiers may appear in lowercase or in UPPERCASE typeface. 

<> Angle brackets 

indicate that the enclosed arguments are required and at least one of the arguments must be entered. Do not enter the brackets themselves. 

[] Square brackets 

indicate that the enclosed arguments are optional. Do not enter the brackets themselves. 

{} Braces 

indicate that one of the enclosed arguments is required. Do not enter the braces themselves. 

| Vertical lines 

separate choices. 

... Ellipses 

indicate that the preceding item can be repeated. You can enter an arbitrary number of similar items. 

Other punctuation 

must be entered as shown unless otherwise specified. For example, commas and quotes. 

Commands, reserved words, and keywords appear in uppercase in both examples and text. A fileid can appear with both uppercase and lowercase text. When portions of a fileid appear in italics, the use of italic characters indicates that those portions can vary. Reserved words and keywords must always be entered as is, because they have reserved meanings within Oracle.

Storage Measurements

Storage measurements use the following abbreviations:

Documentation Accessibility

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Documents Referenced in this Guide

IBM Books

F1A1D100 CS:IP Application Programming Interface Guide

MVS Programming: Authorized Assembler Services Reference

MVS Programming: Sysplex Services Reference

OS/390 Communications Server IP and SNA Codes

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