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Allu

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2005 5:19 pm
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Hi

Could you please tell me what is S013 abend and how to solve this abend in mainframe.

Thanks
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Deepa.m

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2005 5:44 pm
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It is member/module not found.

This is either a case of a missing control card element, or program element - a control card is not present in the library specified in the JCL. This can occur when a control card/module is promoted from one test environment to another. The resolution for this is to search the other levels of promotion for the correct element and use this library as a temporary fix - the JCL should be changed to reflect the move at a later date.

Check: S013 Abend

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An error occurred in opening a data set because of conflicting or unspecified data set attributes. Possible causes: There was a conflict between the program, the JCL, and the data set label DCB information required. Some required DCB information was omitted. Directory space was not allocated for a partitioned data set. The BLKSIZE DCB sub-parameter was missing for a dummy data set. A specific member of a partitioned data set could not be located. For fixed block records, the LRECL=0, or the data set was empty. For fixed length records, the BLKSIZE was not a multiple of the LRECL. For variable length records, the blocksize was not four bytes greater than the logical record length. RECFM=F was specified and the logical record length was not the same as the block size. Solution: Check the DCB attributes of the problem data set and correct any inconsistencies. Check for inconsistencies between the program, the JCL, and the data set DCB characteristics. Verify that all the DCB information required for the data set is specified. Recreate the partitioned data set specifying a value for directory blocks in the space parameter. Specify a BLKSIZE that matches the program DCB information. Check the spelling for any programs to be executed. Verify that the appropriate STEPLIB data sets have been provided.
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kanak

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2005 7:36 pm
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S013 --

The SORTIN, SORTOUT, or OUTFIL BLKSIZE parameter:
--> Was greater than 32760 for a disk data set, or
was greater than the maximum block size supported
by the access method for a tape data set.

-->Was not an integer multiple of the LRECL
parameter for fixed-length records, or was not at
least four bytes longer than the LRECL for
variable-length records.
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srinivasareddy_80

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 10:50 pm
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Hi Friends,

SO13: It is an open problem. Usually this ABEND occurs, When the program tries to read a member of PDS and the member is not found.

Ex: During compilation, If you code a non-existing member as source(SYSIN).

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The S013 Abend occurs when the Program expects the DD to have a specific DCB, but the DD has a different DCB. Specify the correct DCB for the DD.
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