eun jeong Song, depending upon how the program is coded a step condition code of zero after a -904 SQL code is entirely possible. A non-zero step condition code means the system detected a problem (or the application program detected a problem) and set an appropriate code. If your program did not change the default code after the -904, then OF COURSE the step condition code would be zero. No, the program did not complete normally -- but that is not what a zero step condition code means, anyway. The zero step condition code merely means there were no system errors to cause a system code to be set, and the program did not explicitly set a code either (in COBOL, moving a value to RETURN-CODE would be the method to do so).
As you have been told, you have not provided any data for us to help you. AND if the problem is a resource issue, it is most likely that the ONLY source of help for you will be your site -- coworkers, team leader, managers, or site support group.
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