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Is Enterprise PL/I v4.2 compatible with Assembler V2.1 ?


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sundarkudos

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2015 11:15 pm
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Hello All,

Currently, as part of PL/I language upgrade, we are migrating PL/I programs from PL/I V1.1 to Enterprise PL/I V4.2. Initial few phases went successfully (with simple PL/I programs) into production without any issues.

Now, we hit a problem while testing TELON-PLI-Assembler-DB2 combination programs. When TELON screen transaction is triggered, screen is abending with S0C1 and these programs also calling some assembler programs.

So, just wanted to make sure whether Enterprise PL/I v4.2 is compatible with Assembler V2.1.

I have checked various documentation and our forum threads but could not find any info on this. Need your help please.

Thanks,
Sundar.
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Robert Sample

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 12:46 am
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Why would Enterprise PL/I 4.2 NOT be compatible with HLASM 2.1? Have you contacted the vendor of TELON for support? Is your assembler code compatible with LE and the run-time environment for Enterprise PL/I 4.2? It is difficult to say much here since we don't know how much research you have already done yourself.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 12:55 am
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I guess that their might be a problem in that EPLI nowadays uses the OPTLINK linking convention. If the Telon assembler modules don't, you may have a problem, although declaring them as

Code:
dcl whatever entry options(assembler);


should cure that. The other thing that might cause a S0C1 is using an ARCH(n) that is too high for the underlying hardware.
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