II06401: PLACEMENT OF 'ENTRY DLITCBL' IN COBOL BATCH PROGRAM.

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APAR status

  • Closed as canceled.

Error description

  • 5746XX100 568602601 RCA1 566540301 R113 R212 R312 R321 R330
    5746XX300 RA69 RA71.
    APAR PN05764-UN08734 for VSE, APAR PN07823-UN10126 UN10128
    UN10127 UN10123 FOR MVS. These apars made a change to the COBOL
    translator for CICS batch programs. It moved the 'ENTRY DLICTBL'
    statement in front of the 'CALL DFHEI1' statement that serves
    to initialize rhe DLI environment. If the user had coded both
    the 'DLI' and 'CICS' options for the translator, an extra 'CALL
    DFHEI1' was inserted. This went undetected prior to the APAR's
    mentioned above because the program was entered at the 'ENTRY'
    statement, rather than the first statement in the Procedure
    Division. This extra CALL DFHEI1 can cause MSGDLZ096I, ABEND0C4
    protection exception in DLZEIPB1 or DLZEIPB. The 'CICS'
    translator option *MUST NOT* be coded when translating batch
    DLI programs.
    

Local fix

  • Don't code 'CICS' option for batch programs.
    KEYWORD: R1EF
    

Problem summary

Problem conclusion

Temporary fix

Comments

  • INFO APAR
    

APAR Information

  • APAR number

    II06401

  • Reported component name

    PB LIB INFO ITE

  • Reported component ID

    INFOPBLIB

  • Reported release

    001

  • Status

    CLOSED CAN

  • PE

    NoPE

  • HIPER

    NoHIPER

  • Special Attention

    NoSpecatt

  • Submitted date

    1992-09-30

  • Closed date

    1992-09-30

  • Last modified date

    1992-10-26

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More support for:

z/OS family

Software version:

001

Operating system(s):

MVS

Reference #:

II06401

Modified date:

1992-10-26

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