Definition of 4n39D

 

4n39D USER TRL LBL IS NOT STD
4139D USER TRL LBL IS NOT STD
4239D USER TRL LBL IS NOT STD
4339D USER TRL LBL IS NOT STD
4439D USER TRL LBL IS NOT STD
4539D USER TRL LBL IS NOT STD
4639D USER TRL LBL IS NOT STD
4739D USER TRL LBL IS NOT STD
4839D USER TRL LBL IS NOT STD
4939D USER TRL LBL IS NOT STD
Cause: The first three characters of the user trailer label do not contain UTL.
System Action: If SYSLOG is assigned to a keyboard, the system waits for an operator
response; otherwise. the job is canceled.
Programmer Action: Correct the UHL routine in the problem program.
If the problem recurs, have the
· system dump
· problem program
available for problem determination.
Operator Action: Type CANCEL or CANCELV or press END/ENTER to cancel the job, or
Type DSPLYV to obtain a VTOC display, then type IGNORE to continue processing. Any other
response causes an INVALID RESPONSE message.
4n4OA/I EXTENT OVERLAY ON ANOTHER
Cause: Overlapping extents were specified for the file.
System Action:
A: If SYSLOG is assigned to a keyboard, the system waits for an operator response; other-
wise,
and I: the job is canceled.
Programmer Action: If DLBL and EXTENT cards are included in the program, determine the
conflicting extents and correct them. If a standard label set is being used, use the LSERV
output to locate and correct the conflicting file extents, and rebuild the standard label tracks.
If the problem recurs, have the
· LSERV output
· VTOC display
· job stream
· system log
available for problem determination.
Operator Action:
1. Type CANCEL or CANCELV, or press END/ENTER to cancel the job, or
Type DSPLYV to obtain a VTOC display, then type BYPASS to bypass the extent that
overlaps the previously opened extents. Any other response to this message causes an
INVALID RESPONSE message.
2. Execute LVTOC for the file in error. If standard (permanent) labels were used, execute
LSERV and return the output of both to your programmer.





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