PLI MACRO PASS RC = 16



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PLI MACRO PASS RC = 16

Postby surime72 » Fri Jun 22, 2012 9:50 am

while i was compiling program

IEC141I 013-18,IGG0191B,$ISPTEST,SYSIN,C988,GENJ22,T4608SA.SHIP.PLI(SHI101)


IBM1984I U File DD:SYSIN could not be opened.

DSNH740I ======= PLI MACRO PASS FINISHED, RC = 16 ======= LISTING IN TEMP.LIST
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DSNH759I DSNH TERMINATING, PLI MACRO PASS RC = 16
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Re: compilation error

Postby NicC » Fri Jun 22, 2012 12:19 pm

So? As usual, a poorly defined post and a lack of analysis. What did you gather from the 2 error messages here? Mind you, if you are using your company' standard procedure for compiling then this would not have happened. If you do insist on using your own JCL then, at least, refer to the PL/1 user guide to make sure you get the all the JCL statements in your job that are required. And why not just ask the person sitting next to you?
The problem I have is that people can explain things quickly but I can only comprehend slowly.
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Re: compilation error

Postby dick scherrer » Fri Jun 22, 2012 7:15 pm

Hello,

IEC141I 013-18,IGG0191B,$ISPTEST,SYSIN,C988,GENJ22,T4608SA.SHIP.PLI(SHI
101)
You Did learn what causes this abend - right?

If not, you need to look in the z/OS Messages and Codes to learn what causes an 013-18.

This error could happen with the standard compile JCL . . . Once you read what is wrong, you will probably see the error.
Hope this helps,
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