Definition of 4n25I

 

4n25I FILE fileid -- DATA SET NOT CLOSED OR PREVIOUS CLOSE FAILED
4125I FILE fileid -- DATA SET NOT CLOSED OR PREVIOUS CLOSE FAILED
4225I FILE fileid -- DATA SET NOT CLOSED OR PREVIOUS CLOSE FAILED
4325I FILE fileid -- DATA SET NOT CLOSED OR PREVIOUS CLOSE FAILED
4425I FILE fileid -- DATA SET NOT CLOSED OR PREVIOUS CLOSE FAILED
4525I FILE fileid -- DATA SET NOT CLOSED OR PREVIOUS CLOSE FAILED
4625I FILE fileid -- DATA SET NOT CLOSED OR PREVIOUS CLOSE FAILED
4725I FILE fileid -- DATA SET NOT CLOSED OR PREVIOUS CLOSE FAILED
4825I FILE fileid -- DATA SET NOT CLOSED OR PREVIOUS CLOSE FAILED
4925I FILE fileid -- DATA SET NOT CLOSED OR PREVIOUS CLOSE FAILED
Cause: The file was not seccessfully closed the last time it was processed because (1) an
error caused the job to terminate during CLOSE or before the CLOSE macro was issued or (2)
the processing program did not issue a CLOSE macro.
Records that were added to the end of the file or the end of a keyrange can be overwritten by
subsequent new records because the new end of the file or keyrange is not indicated in the
file's catalog entry. Also new or updated records that were in buffers not yet written in the file
when the job was terminated may have been lost.
System Action: OPEN processing is completed and the file is ready for processing. A return
code of X'04’ is set in register 15 and an error code of X'74' is set in the ACB.
Programmer Action: (1) If records were not added, deleted, or updated during the previous
job, the file will not have data integrity problems and can be processed as intended. (2) If
records were added, the programmer should execute the VERIFY command of Access Method
Services to update the fiIe's catalog entry to show the correct end of the file or keyrange.
Also, if records were added, deleted, or updated, he should determine whether these transac-
tions were actually recorded in the file. (3) If the programmer wants to delete the file, he
should issue the DELETE command of Access Method Services.
Operator Action: none.





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