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Re:Re: IDMS/Intertest DC999999L

  • 1.  Re:Re: IDMS/Intertest DC999999L

    Posted 08-18-2010 06:24 AM
     
     
    Silly question Dick,  but did you verify the module is in the CDMSLIB concatenation ?


    --- On Wed, 8/18/10, Pierce, Richard (DOT) <Richard.Pierce@STATE.MA.US> wrote:


    From: Pierce, Richard (DOT) <Richard.Pierce@STATE.MA.US>
    Subject: IDMS/Intertest DC999999L
    To: IDMSVENDOR-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM
    Date: Wednesday, August 18, 2010, 8:44 AM


    Hi peanut gallery friends, :-)

    One of my users is a heavy batch Intertest user and received the following message/abend:

    IDMS DC999999L MODULE CAMRTPGM BLDL FAILED =20

    Any of you have any idea what's going on here?  I asked him to have the Interest people open a problem, but I don't know if he did or will.

    Inquiring minds want to know.

    Dick

    Richard Pierce
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    Massachusetts  Dept of Transportation, Information Technology 10 Park Plaza, Suite 7110 Boston, MA   02116
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    Re: EXTERNAL:IDMS/Intertest DC999999L
    "If I remember correctly, the dc999999 messages are meaningful only to say that the problem is with another piece of software, and that software has not bothered to define it's own message in the message dicitonary. I would look at, which program in the dump caused the message. It'll be the last user program before rhdcwtl got called to look up and handle the message. You either linked something in unintentiionally, or, left out a load lib from the cdmslib concatination, or didn't run the dictionary message area update for the software to load it's user created messages. A BLDL is a directory lookup of either a loadlib or loadarea. IDMS does it's own processing of loads, for performance reasons, from either a pds or an idms load area.

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