COBEC0035I <cmd> command is a NO-OP if no options specified

No options for the <cmd> command are required, however, if none are specified the command acts like a null operation.

An example is HANDLE CONDITION, where no specific option is required, but the command does nothing unless one is present.

System Action:
The EXEC CICS statement is generated normally and will (effectively) do nothing at execution.
None required, however, the command has no function as coded.
cicsprep (dfhxc2pc)
Source Listing, .TRL file, STDOUT