I received that same error. As I recall, I was informed that it was
a known symptom\issue, and that the diagnostic condition could be
ignored. I do not recall any of the details, nor can I find any record
of my discussion or with whom. I could only find my joblog:
Job 012718/CRP/ANZOBJROOT started on 02/19/08 at 16:19:21
RQS> ANZOBJCVN OPTION(*COLLECT) OBJ(/)
CPDB0C8 Diag Sev20 02/19/08 16:19:31
From Program: QIZACOMMON
To program: QIZAIFSA
From module: QIZACOMMON
To module: QIZAIFSA
CPFB0DE Escape Sev40 02/19/08 16:23:32
From Program: QIZAAOCV
To program: QCMD
Message: Not all eligible objects were analyzed.
Cause: Analyze Object Conversion (ANZOBJCVN)
OPTION(*COLLECT) did not analyze all objects due
to reason code 6. RC6 - The command could not
retrieve the required information to analyze the object.
This is the report of the analysis:
493 objects in library *ALLUSR were analyzed.
0 objects were not analyzed.
300381 objects located in / were analyzed.
1 objects were not analyzed.
Seems odd that the msgCPDB0C8 F/QIZACOMMON T/QIZAIFSA effects the
escape msgCPFB0DE RC6 F/QIZAAOCV that then ends the job abnormally for a
condition ¿that can apparently be ignored?. If nothing else I would
expect the symptom and outcome should be easy to search and find, with
some definitive answer on when and for why the condition can be ignored;
i.e. other than my ramblings here. Others have reported it as a defect,
and have been told to just ignore it... apparently without any KB item
being created. Because there is no parameter to omit, I have not seen a
completion for '/' because of that QASP01 issue.
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