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T.S.U compiling error

Postby stewchicken » Mon Jun 30, 2008 8:29 pm

Hello I am working at Mainframe

When I try to compile my first HELLOWORLD program with =t.s.u ->8 ,enter, I got below error
could someone give me some hints?

Thanks and Rgds


16.48.21 JOB28630 $HASP165 I15985U ENDED AT F01NJE - JCL ERROR CN(INTERNAL)
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Re: T.S.U compiling error

Postby Bill Dennis » Mon Jun 30, 2008 9:30 pm

If you can view your job output in SDSF or ISPF option 3.8 there will be more messages describing the reason for the JCL ERROR.

If you JOB card info is wrong, there may not be any output.

1. Use a JOB card from another job that has worked.
2. Look for the output to find the JCL ERROR reason.
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Re: T.S.U compiling error

Postby stewchicken » Tue Jul 01, 2008 1:45 pm

Hello Bill,

Thanks alot for your hints

I check job log for job status..

but actually I dont really understand the meaning of it,see below

does "ACCOUNTCODE=TO8U ILLEGAL "mean some thing? How could I use another Job card for compiling COBOL?
I did compiling just by =t.s.u ->, choose "enter"

//I15985U JOB (TO8UACCT),UAE,MSGCLASS=X,NOTIFY=&SYSUID JOB20326
//*
*** JESXIT53 USERID=I15985 ACCOUNTCODE=TO8U ILLEGAL JESXIT53
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Re: T.S.U compiling error

Postby dick scherrer » Tue Jul 01, 2008 8:21 pm

Hello,

You need to talk with the system support people or someone on your project/class to learn what is an acceptable account code/job card.

It is completely site-specific and someone in your organization can provide the answer.
Hope this helps,
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