October 1, 1979 PROBLEMS AND MESSAGES
MESSAGES
include the characters: "{", "}", "[", "]"). Following the
command a line will be typed containing a single or-bar ("")
under the invalid character. Unless this is accompanied by
another error message, the command has been executed after
having changed the invalid character to a blank.
INVALID SUBSET COMMAND
(CM) The CMS command may not be issued from the CMS subset
environment. The user should RETURN to FRESS, then END the
FRESS session, thus returning to the complete CMS environment
where the command may be issued successfully.
INVALID CODE
The <code> part of a format code specification is incorrect
(see Section 4.1).
INVALID DEFAULT LITERAL
(cmac) The ending or-bar ("") was not found for a default
literal within a given line of the macro.
INVALID FILENAME
(CF) The name of either <file1> or <file2> contains an invalid
character (possibly caused by a transmission error).
INVALID FUNCTION
(AP) The <options> list contains an invalid command.
INVALID FUNCTION SEPARATOR
Only ">" may be used as a function separator - see Section
5.4. This message may occur if a house function is followed
by another command with no function separator between them.
INVALID JUMP
(FU) FULLPRINT stopped at the bad Jump. Check to see whether
it was specified correctly, then contact FRESS staff.
INVALID MODE CHARACTERS WERE IGNORED
(SM) Conflicting options, or characters other than B, D, S, or
T were specified in the <option> string. The invalid Modes
were ignored.
INVALID LIBRARY TYPE SPECIFIED
(routine lmembers) Contact the FRESS staff.
INVALID NUMBER
(GD, MDR) The value given for the Decimal Block number (<n>)
is not a valid number.
INVALID OR ILLEGAL QUALIFIER
An undefined qualifier was used (see Section 5.5).
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October 1, 1979 PROBLEMS AND MESSAGES
MESSAGES
INVALID PARAMETER
A Block Trail or Keyword function was specified incorrectly.
INVALID PARM, OFFSET=
A format code contains an invalid <data> portion (see Section
offset 4.1). The ______ value is equal to the difference from the
last "!" or ";", to the beginning of the invalid parameter of
the line returned when FELONG is issued.
INVALID PASSWORD
(CP, FU, G) For CPASSWORD, this message indicates that the
<pass> field specified a password not associated with the
file. In the case of GFILE, it means the <pass> specified is
not one of the valid passwords for the given <file>. If no
<pass> was specified, the specified <file> is
password-protected and the system-default password is
considered invalid. If the user does not think he placed a
password on the file, it may indicate that something is wrong
with the file itself. In this case, contact a FRESS staff
member.
INVALID PASSWORD ON IMBED
(FU) The password specified does not allow FULLPRINTing of the
indicated file.
INVALID PATTERN, TRY AGAIN
(L, US) This message occurs if the <scope> pattern started
with an ampersand ("&"), which is not allowed.
INVALID PLACEMENT OF WEIGHT (MISPLACED ,)
(BT) A Block Trail or Keyword function was specified
incorrectly.
INVALID SUBSET COMMAND
(CM) Only some CMS commands may be executed from the CMS
IBM Virtual Machine Facility/370: SUBSET environment. See the _________________________________
CMS Command and Macro Reference ___________________________________ for a complete list of
allowable subset commands.
INVALID VIEWSPEC STRING
(J) The <lp> was in a Jump or Pmuj which contained an invalid
Viewspec string.
INVALID WEIGHT SPECIFIED
A Block Trail or Keyword function was specified incorrectly.
INVALID WINDOW CONFIGURATION
(SW) A valid option must be specified (1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B,
4A). This pertains only to the multiple-window version.
INVALID WINDOW NUMBER SPECIFIED
A current window number must be specified. This pertains only
to the multiple-window version.
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