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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 3:59 pm    Post subject: AEIS abend
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Hi all,

I am getting AEIS abend when executing a transaction. this happens in the system region but does not come up in the unit test region. Also trickiest part is the programs are remote used in the KWCA transaction.
so in the system region , if i am using for a different brand , the trnsaction is not abending. only for one brand its happening , so I donot think its a program issue.. could be an environment issue.
the program has a handle condition . below is the error :

Code:
+GSVC201E Tran=KWCA Task= 198 Code=AEIS Program=CW8000 ReqID= Resource=         
+BN9003CIA UNEXPECTED CICS RETURN CODE *EXEC CICS HANDLE* ABEND AEIS KWCA CW8000
+BN9003CIA CICS ERROR HAS OCCURRED                                             


I am trying to put some displays for EIBRESP code and see why its abending.. meanwhile any tips or inputs is appreciated.


Thanks
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 4:21 pm    Post subject:
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Any particular reason that you post a CICS related topic in the DFSORT forum.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 7:11 pm    Post subject: Reply to: AEIS abend
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In the Transaction Dump, find your Exec Interface Block, either User or System. Then, within the Block, locate the offset associated with EIDS, which is the last dataset that CICS had attempted to access, at X'23' off the start of the EIB, relative to zero.

AEIS raises an abend when the NOTOPEN condition is not specifically handled or you've not used either RESP or NOHANDLE in the API and interrogated its value after API completion.

Although AEIS is not raised specifically for a NOTOPEN dataset, it's most likely that this was the smoking gun.

You can also use IBM transaction CMAC to get information about this and other abends and messages.

For further assistance, contact Tech Support personnel and/or your CICS System Programmer(s).

Mr. Bill
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Jose Mateo

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 7:18 pm    Post subject:
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Good day!

AEIS is a NOTOPEN condition, my guess would be that in the system region when processing that particular brand that's causing the problem the program is trying to access a file that is not open (this also could be that a file doesn't exist which in turn can not be open). Make sure that all files in the system region are open to which the program has access to.
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