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ABEND S806 OCCURRED IN PROGRAM BC1PSM10

  • 1.  ABEND S806 OCCURRED IN PROGRAM BC1PSM10

    Posted 03-04-2020 08:41 AM
    When a particular user try to access the Endevor he getting this  below error. Can any one can provide some idea on this.


    BC1PROUT: E0003 BC1PROUT MSGP ERROR - NO RESPONSE FROM BC1PSERV
    CALL FROM $FUNC=WRITEMSG EPA=0014A170 R1=000A53A0 R14=8014A1DE STACK=000A5348
    CALL FROM $FUNC=MSGPRUTN EPA=00149738 R1=000A5144 R14=80149B0A STACK=000A5248
    CALL FROM $FUNC=BC1PROUT EPA=00149500 R1=000A4F78 R14=801495D2 STACK=000A50B0
    CSECT=BC1PROUT 08/20/15
    CALL FROM $FUNC=BC1PVECT EPA=00096828 R1=000A50A0 R14=80096888 STACK=000A5040
    CSECT=BC1PVECT 08/20/15
    CALL FROM $FUNC=TAUTRUTN EPA=0012FF48 R1=000A4EF0 R14=8012FFC0 STACK=000A4E98
    CALL FROM $FUNC=BC1PINIT EPA=0012B6B8 R1=000A4B30 R14=8012BE22 STACK=000A4AD0
    CSECT=BC1PINIT 12/02/16
    CALL FROM $FUNC=INITCALL EPA=2B5E9648 R1=000A49F8 R14=AB5E9722 STACK=000A49A0
    CALL FROM $FUNC=CALLTHRU EPA=2B5E9338 R1=000A47E8 R14=AB5E9414 STACK=000A4790
    CSECT=BC1PSM10 08/03/16
    CALL FROM C FNC= MAIN(PINITC#) EPA=000C7490 R1=0012A0C8 R14=800C75B4 STACK=0
    012A028
    CALL FROM C FNC=$MAINO EPA=000C9AC2 R1=00128140 R14=800CA6CA STACK=0
    0128028
    CALL FROM $FUNC=XPCXOPT EPA=000C6B88 R1=000A46D8 R14=800C6C20 STACK=000A4678
    CSECT=XPCXOPT 08/20/15
    CALL FROM $FUNC=CENVCALL EPA=2B5E91F0 R1=000A45A0 R14=AB5E9292 STACK=000A4548
    CALL FROM $FUNC=BC1PSM10 EPA=2B5E9160 R1=000A32A8 R14=AB5E91C0 STACK=000A3248
    CALL FROM PROGM=BC1PSM10 ASM DT=08/03/16 VERS=0003 EPA=AB5E9050 RET=AB5E9154
    ABEND S806 OCCURRED IN PROGRAM BC1PSM10


  • 2.  RE: ABEND S806 OCCURRED IN PROGRAM BC1PSM10

    Posted 03-04-2020 08:51 AM
    These trace entries indicate that the Endevor Libraries in the users address space are NOT AUTHORIZED.

    This can happen if the user's Logon Proc has a STEPLIB pointing to a library that might be authorized but the STEPLIB does not contain the Endevor executable libraries.

    I would check for APF authorization or the Logon Proc to determine what is being allocated.

    Bernie Beriau

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    Endevor Administrator
    CA Technologies/Broadcom
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