Definition of 0P77I

 

0P77I [JOB or SUB] xxxxxxxx CANCELED DUE TO INVALID ADDRESS
Note: If xxxxxxxx is JOB ACCT, it can be reinitiated only with IPL. The associated job can be
rerun.
Cause: The address parameter given by a problem program refers to an address outside the
requester's area (background or foreground). This message can also be issued if the problem .
program requires more virtual storage than is currently allotted to the partition in which the
program is run. SUB refers to a subtask.
System Action: The job or subtask is canceled.
Programmer Action: You will find, on SYSLST, the PSW printed out in message 0S07I. Find
the SVC that caused the cancelation in byte 3 of the PSW and follow the action in the table in
Figure 9.

Use the dump with the output of the MAP command, and check that the parameters passed
by the SVC are within the partition. Use the DSERV to determine the storage requirements of
the called program. Figure 9 contains the information passed by various SVCS. Make the
necessary corrections and resubmit the job.
If the problem recurs, have the following available for problem determination:
· MAP output
· stand-alone dump (see DOS/VS SADP to obtain a meaningful storage dump)
· job stream
· log sheet
· printer output
· program listing
Operator Action: Issue the MAP command and execute DSERV to display the directory of the
core image library.
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0P78I [JOB or SUB] xxxxxxxx CANCELED DUE TO UNRECOGNIZED CANCEL-CODE
Note: If xxxxxxxx is JOB ACCT, it can be reinitiated only with IPL. The associated batched
job can be rerun.
Cause: A system control component failed to post a valid CANCEL code.
System Action: The job or subtask is canceled.
Programmer Action: Check any non-IBM supplied coding changes or additions to the system
control modules.
If the problem recurs, have the
· stand-alone dump
· log sheet
· job stream
· program listing
· supervisor listing
available for problem determination.
To obtain a meaningful storage dump, use DOS/VS SADP.
Operator Action: none.





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