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S0C6 abend due to load module in ISPLLIB pds while xpediting

 
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Ajay Baghel

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2008 10:24 pm    Post subject: S0C6 abend due to load module in ISPLLIB pds while xpediting
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Hi Friends,

While xpediting a cobol only program, i am getting the S0C6 abend at a statement as given below:
IF TO-BE-PAID-AMT = 0
GO TO PARA-EXIT.

I am putting few lines from the error log. The error message is as given below:

XPD0439 RA105 S0C6 Abend at 15F2CD75 REASON CODE 00000006

Interrupt address at offset 0219C5 in load module CWPIDRVB that resides in DSN TTXT.TKK.RCOMBO.ISPLLIB.

RA108 S0C6 abend in module CWPIDRVB

XPD6033 abend ADSRA410 S0C6 abend encountered.


I found that the dataset TTXT.TKK.RCOMBO.ISPLLIB is the first dataset in the concatenation series of ISPLLIB ddname of my TSU job (lognon proc).

Any ideas to what could be causing the problem.


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Ajay
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2008 10:29 pm    Post subject: Reply to: S0C6 abend due to load module in ISPLLIB pds while
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Just to add... it is a batch program(not online) i.e XPEDITER/TSO.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2008 12:44 pm    Post subject:
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you say that this is a non-db2 module, but is does it use any isp services?
That is an additional option on the interactive screen.

are you debugging this interactively?

is TO-BE-PAID-AMT declared in your working-storage?

are you performing a para or section in which you 'GOTO ?'.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 21, 2008 4:02 pm    Post subject: Reply to: S0C6 abend due to load module in ISPLLIB pds while
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you say that this is a non-db2 module, but is
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does it use any isp services?
That is an additional option on the interactive screen.


--> I am using option 2 (for interactive debugging under TSO). But how can i know if it is using any ISPF services. Which additional option are you talking about. Please elaborate.

are you debugging this interactively?
--> I am using option 2 (for interactive debugging under TSO).

is TO-BE-PAID-AMT declared in your working-storage?
--> yes.

are you performing a para or section in which you 'GOTO ?'.
--> actually this error is happening even if i am at a statement and then when i did a Keep on the table occurrence element.

Please help.

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