ABENDU3191



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ABENDU3191

Postby alok1984 » Thu Jun 20, 2013 4:55 pm

Hi,

I am getting below error in my Job.
Below is the ABNLTERM.


An ABEND macro was issued with an abend code of 001C77 which is greater
than the maximum of 4095 for a user abend. This abend code contains
both user and system abend codes. Abend-AID diagnosis is for the system
portion of this abend (001) not the user portion (3191 ).

An S001 abend occurred during execution of program VCSABEND.

* Analysis of Error *
*******************************************


Possible causes:

Wrong length record

POINT issued with an invalid TTR

I/O error on the channel or device caused by a parity check or bad data
block
A B E N D - A I D PAGE 2

Write attempted to SYSIN data set.

Physical damage to the recording surface
Incorrect switch setting on the device (e.g. "READ ONLY")

A power fluctuation

For a BDAM file, record not found, out of DASD space, invalid I/O
request, or uncorrectable I/O error

Write attempted to data set (DCB) opened for input

Read attempted to data set (DCB) opened for output

Insufficient space detected during file CLOSE

Additional information may be found in messages and codes under message
IEC020I

The IBM message that corresponds to the condition is:

CEE3250C The system or user abend S001 R=00000000 was issued.


I have not seen such error... Please advise
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Re: ABENDU3191

 

Re: ABENDU3191

Postby Robert Sample » Thu Jun 20, 2013 5:17 pm

Is VCSABEND a program written by someone at your site? If so, then you need to plan on debugging the problem yourself, or find who wrote the program and get their help. If VCSABEND is a program that is part of a vendor package, then you need to consult the vendor documentation to figure out the problem. In all cases, you cannot put responsibility for debugging the problem on this forum -- only someone working at your site can debug the problem, since your site is where the source code is, and where the dump is, and where the tools to debug the problem reside.

We on this forum can provide guidance if you are having problems with some aspect of the debugging process, but we cannot debug a problem, especially based upon the little you have posted. I STRONGLY recommend you contact your site support group and enlist their aid in debugging your program. You did not post much helpful data, and it appears from your reliance upon what Abend Aid told you that you have little to no experience in debugging, which is another reason to get help from someone working at your site.
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Re: ABENDU3191

Postby NicC » Thu Jun 20, 2013 5:45 pm

Seemingly nothing to do with JCL - moving to Abends
The problem I have is that people can explain things quickly but I can only comprehend slowly.
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Re: ABENDU3191

Postby alok1984 » Thu Jun 20, 2013 5:56 pm

The abend is resolved now...

Sorry If I posted in wrong section.
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Re: ABENDU3191

Postby dick scherrer » Thu Jun 20, 2013 7:19 pm

Hello,

How was the abend resolved? It will probably help someone else with a similar problem if the solution is posted.
Hope this helps,
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