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sonasheetal

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 4:47 pm
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Suppose there are 4 input files in a program. If a SOC 7 error occurs, how can we figure out which one of the input files resulted in the error?

I would apprciate if ur answering.,
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Rupesh.Kothari

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 4:59 pm
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Hi,

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Suppose there are 4 input files in a program. If a SOC 7 error occurs, how can we figure out which one of the input files resulted in the error?

I would apprciate if ur answering.,
Bye
Sona


To find the where SOC7 abend happedn the best wayis use DISPLAY in your cobol program . Using this you can fined it.

Hope this helps

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Rupesh
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priyesh.agrawal

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:00 pm
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Sona,

S0C7 is a data exception error caused by Invalid Data.

You'll have to identify the statement causing S0C-7 first with the help of offset value given in abend log. Then identify what input file is passing values to the variables involved in the statement.

Giving few displays around the statement will help you grip on the error.

P.S. You'll find lots of document available in the site for S0C-7 error resolution. Take a look there, it'll help you.

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Priyesh.
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parikshit123

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:03 pm
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Hi sonasheetal,

When you get S0C7 error, you will definitely get an Offset. Note that Offset. Now compile the program and in the compile list find the offset. Then just above you will get the line number for the code. Now go to the top of the compile listing and find out the line number. You will get the COBOL verb and variables name from there.

After getting the variable names, try to locate the variable definition in compile listing. After getting this you will get the BLW at the right side of the variable. Note that and in the Dump, go to that particular BLW. You can see the data within that variable

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parikshit123

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:05 pm
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Opps,

I guess priyesh posted while I was writting.



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P.S. You'll find lots of document available in the site for S0C-7 error resolution. Take a look there, it'll help you.


Anyway, You are right Priyesh.
Threre are a number of documents wherein resolution of S0C-7 is well documented. Searching the forum will definitely get you a good one.

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Parikshit.
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sonasheetal

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:16 pm
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Hi Folks,

Thanks a lot for all of ur quick reply.
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