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  1. For details, see NoDup(ImageFast(…)).
  2. For details, see NoDup(CICSFAST(…)).
  3. For details, see NoDup(NORMAL(…)).

The NoDup option specifies duplicate fault detection thresholds.

There are two distinctly different types of duplicate fault detection, depending on the execution environment:

Regardless of the method used to designate a fault as a duplicate, the fault entry of which it is a duplicate has its duplicate count incremented accordingly.

This option applies to the real-time analysis only.

If NoDup(NORMAL(hours, …)) is in effect, with a non-zero value of hours, then this option is included in the section of the fault analysis report that shows options in effect. In addition, information about whether no duplicate fault was determined, or the fault ID of any identified duplicate, is provided. NoDup(CICSFAST) or NoDup(ImageFast) option information is not included, since no report is written if the associated duplicate criteria matched.

While the syntax for each duplicate subtype is shown separately in the following, they can be specified together in a single NoDup option if desired.