Definition of 1A1nD

 

1A1nD CONFLICTING I/O ASSIGNMENT
1A11D CONFLICTING I/O ASSIGNMENT
1A12D CONFLICTING I/O ASSIGNMENT
1A13D CONFLICTING I/O ASSIGNMENT
1A14D CONFLICTING I/O ASSIGNMENT
1A15D CONFLICTING I/O ASSIGNMENT
1A16D CONFLICTING I/O ASSIGNMENT
1A17D CONFLICTING I/O ASSIGNMENT
1A18D CONFLICTING I/O ASSIGNMENT
1A19D CONFLICTING I/O ASSIGNMENT
n indicates the field processed when the error was detected.
Cause: Previous ASSGN attempted to assign a logical unit to a physical device already
assigned to another logical unit with a conflicting function. For example, no physical device can
be assigned to both SYSOUT and SYSIN.
System Action: If SYSLOG is assigned to a keyboard, the system waits for an operator
response; otherwise, The invalid assignment is ignored. If option ACANCEL is in effect
together with the NOLOG command, the system cancels the job.
Programmer Action: Use the LISTIO output to correct the assignments.
Operator Action: Enter a new assignment, or
Use the LISTIO command to obtain the current assignments, check the assignment in ques- `
tion, and make the necessary correction, or
Issue the LISTIO command, then type CANCEL to cancel job. or
Type IGNORE or press END/ENTER to ignore the assignment if you can do without, and
continue processing.
If the problem recurs, have the
· log sheet
· LISTIO output
available for problem determination.





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