----- Original Message -----From: Barkow, EileenSent: Thursday, May 06, 2010 8:49 AMSubject: Re: Offset difference between CEDX and SYSLOG
Since the 0c7 is most likely in a 6 byte decimal instruction, CEDX is stopping right before the abend occurs and
The syslog is showing the actual psw instruction offset, which is 6 bytes after the abending instruction.
From: CICS List [mailto:CICS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of Hari.R
Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2010 11:48 PM
Subject: Re: Offset difference between CEDX and SYSLOG
Since this is ASRA, you should be able to see the error statement easily from the syslog offset.
try putting some edit check to avoid the abend.
On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 11:28 PM, Agra Rizqa Cendrajaya <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I get ABEND ASRA at my program called BNODATE, trans ID OACJ.
While I do CEDX I get this Error message :
TRANSACTION:,OACJ,PROGRAM:,BNODATE ,TASK:,0045329,APPLID:,CICSUAT ,DISPLAY:, 00
,STATUS: ,AN ABEND HAS OCCURRED
COMMAREA = '10078OACJOACJ01...%...<BNODATE BNCJS1 SC0303N.......'...
EIBTIME = 101331
EIBDATE = 0110126
EIBTRNID = 'OACJ'
EIBTASKN = 45329
EIBTRMID = '0078'
EIBCPOSN = 8
EIBCALEN = 3800
EIBAID = X'7D' AT X'001400EA'
EIBFN = X'0A04' READQ AT X'001400EB'
EIBRCODE = X'000000000000' AT X'001400ED'
EIBDS = '........'
+ EIBREQID = '........'
,OFFSET:X'004EE6' , ,INTERRUPT: DATA EXCEPTION
,ABEND : ,ASRA ,PSW: X'079D1000 935EEBCC,00060007'
But When I see the SYSLOG, I get the following :
+DFHSR0001 CICSUAT An abend (code 0C7/AKEA) has occurred at offset
X'00004F0C' in program BNODATE.
+DFHME0116 CICSUAT 776
(Module:DFHMEME) CICS symptom string for message DFHSR0001 is
PIDS/5655M1500 LVLS/650 MS/DFHSR0001 RIDS/DFHSRP PTFS/HCI6500
AB/S00C7 AB/UAKEA RIDS/BNODATE ADRS/00004F0C
+DFHDU0205 CICSUAT A SYSTEM DUMP FOR DUMPCODE: SR0001 , WAS
SUPPRESSED BY THE GLOBAL SYSTEM DUMP SUPPRESSION OPTION
Most of the time, the CEDX more accurate.
Why the offset is different on CEDX and SYSLOG for the one problem ? I'm a programmer and at our production site, I'm not allowed to do CEDX, so I can only rely on SYSLOG. If the offset is not correct, it will make me difficult to trace back, which line of codes make the ABEND.
Any responses will be appreciated :)
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