Definition of 2124I

 

2124I PHASE ORIGIN NEGATIVE
content of statement in error
Cause: Phase origin is negative.
System Action: The invalid statement is ignored and processing continues, unless ACTION
CANCEL was specified to cancel the job.
Programmer Action: Refer to card format 3, linkage editor control cards (DOS/VS System
Control Statements, under Linkage Editor) and compare this with the output on SYSLST. The
probable errors are:
· symbolic origin address is too low.
· negative relocation factor is too large, causing the phase origin to be less than zero.
Correct the second operand in the PHASE card or change the address of the symbolic origin.
If the problem recurs, have the following available for problem determination:
· linkage editor map
· log sheet ·
· job control cards
· object modules
If the program was compiled again, have the source deck and the program listing available.
Programmer Action: none.
2125I PHASE STATEMENT IN AUTOLINKED MODULE
content of statement in error
Cause: The linkage editor will not accept a PHASE statement in an auto—linked relocatable
module.
System Action: The invalid statement is ignored and processing continues, unless ACTION
CANCEL was specified to cancel the job.
Programmer Action: Use RSERV to punch the module that precedes the autolink statement
that caused the error message. Remove the PHASE cardlsl and recatalog to the relocatable
library. Resubmit the job.
If the problem recurs, have the following available for problem determination:
· linkage editor map
· log sheet
· job control cards
· object modules
Operator Action: none.





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