Definition of 4n12I

 

4n12I ISAM mac1, VSAM mac2 RC=r EC=e
4112I ISAM mac1, VSAM mac2 RC=r EC=e
4212I ISAM mac1, VSAM mac2 RC=r EC=e
4312I ISAM mac1, VSAM mac2 RC=r EC=e
4412I ISAM mac1, VSAM mac2 RC=r EC=e
4512I ISAM mac1, VSAM mac2 RC=r EC=e
4612I ISAM mac1, VSAM mac2 RC=r EC=e
4712I ISAM mac1, VSAM mac2 RC=r EC=e
4812I ISAM mac1, VSAM mac2 RC=r EC=e
4912I ISAM mac1, VSAM mac2 RC=r EC=e
Cause: The problem program issued the ISAM macro (mac1) and the ISAM interface program
(IIP) issued the VSAM macro {mac2). The execution of mac2 failed and VSAM set a return
code (r) in register 15 and an error code (e) in the RPL to describe the cause of the error.
WRITE A in mac1 means WRITE NEWKEY when IOROUT=ADD in the DTF.
WRITE L in mac1 means WRITE NEVIKEY when IOROUT=LOAD in the DTF.
System Action: The job is canceled.
Programmer Action: Examine the return code and error code for the VSAM macro in
DOS/VS Supervisor and I/O Macros.
If the problem recurs, have the
· job stream
· log sheet
· printer output
· program listing
available for problem determination.
Operator Action: none.





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