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PostPosted: Fri May 14, 2010 4:14 pm    Post subject: ABENDED S000 U4083 USER 4083 CN(INTERNAL)
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I am getting following error

CAPE022I JOB06753 STEP010 ABENDED U4083 IN PROGRAM UNKWN1 AT OFFSET +000000.
CN(INTERNAL)
06.38.52 JOB06753 $HASP165 KAR09JCL ENDED AT PENNJES2 - ABENDED S000 U4083 USER
4083 CN(INTERNAL)
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PostPosted: Fri May 14, 2010 4:19 pm    Post subject: Reply to: ABENDED S000 U4083 USER 4083 CN(INTERNAL)
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U4083

as already said gazillions times Uxxxx are user abends and their meaning is related to the program being executed

with the info provided little we can do
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PostPosted: Fri May 14, 2010 4:36 pm    Post subject:
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There almost certainly are more messages that you're giving us. A U4083 abend is most typically a Language Environment error, specifically:
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U4083 (X'FF3')

Explanation: The back chain was found in error. The reason code describes the most likely cause of the abend.

Reason codes:

X'01' (1)
A save area loop exists. The save area points to itself or another save area incorrectly points to a higher save area.

X'02' (2)
Traversal of the back chain resulted in a program check.

X'03' (3)
Under normal conditions, all save area chains should end with a save area pointed to by CEECAADDSA. In this case, the save area chain terminated with a back chain pointer of 0.

X'04' (4)
Under normal conditions, all save areas are presumed to be word-aligned. Either a linkage stack has been encountered with the character string of "F1SA' (X'C6F1E2C1') in a backward pointer field of the save area chain, or a misaligned (non-word) boundary save area is in the chain. Examine the save area chain to determine which is the case.

X'05' (5)
A condition was raised before the allocation of the main stack frame, or after the main routine terminated.

X'06'(6)
The dsa format was not set to up or down.

X'07'(7)
The save area chain cannot be reached or is non-existent. The pointer referencing the back chain is set to 0 (R13).

X'08'(8)
A save area on the chain points to itself.

X'09'(9)
Under normal conditions, all XPLINK save areas are presumed to be quad-word-aligned (the starting address must end in 0. Either a linkage stack has been encountered with the character string of FISA (X'C6F1E2C1' in a backward pointer field of the save area chain, or a misaligned (non-quad-word) boundary XPLINK save area is in the chain. Examine the save area chain to determine which is the case.

X'0F' (15)
The save area chain is not intact.

Programmer Response: For applications that generate their own save areas, ensure the save areas are chained together correctly; all save areas must be addressable in AMODE(31). It may be helpful to generate a system dump of the original error by using run-time options TERMTHDACT(UAIMM) and TRAP(ON,NOSPIE).

For other types of applications, a storage overlay problem has probably occurred.

System Action: Enclave terminated.
which implies to me that your program is overlaying storage it should not be touching.
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PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 1:42 am    Post subject:
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@ sauraso: if u r working in ENDEVOR u can actually see the line of code where it is giving error using the offset address.
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PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 3:15 am    Post subject:
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Hello,

Using the "offset address" will show "which line of code" without Endevor. . .
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PostPosted: Tue May 18, 2010 9:29 am    Post subject:
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Can u check the sysout? Make sure the file attributes ( espcly file length ) in JCL & Cobol are matching.
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