The Question is:
Can you give some insight to this error. I get it when running the same
command procedure that has been working for months.
%CLI-E-NOCMDPROC, error opening captive command procedure - access denied
The Answer is :
$ HELP/MESSAGE NOCMDPROC
NOCMDPROC, error opening captive command procedure - access denied
Facility: CLI, Command Language Interpreter (DCL)
Explanation: When you attempted to log in, you failed because you have a
captive account and DCL received an error during the login.
For example, DCL could not find your LOGIN.COM file. You
may also have incorrect protection on the system's SYLOGIN
file (SYS$MANAGER:SYLOGIN.COM or /SYSTEM/EXEC logical). The
system's SYLOGIN file must be protected with at least WORLD:E
access to the file and the directory that contains it.
User Action: See your system manager.
You can enable and use OpenVMS security auditing or security alarms to
detect some of the most common causes of this error -- incorrect file
and/or incorrect directory protections.