Common cause of ABEND 0C4 REASON CODE=0010 in EDITR module in z/OS environment is from running send/receive translation with control strings from incompatible platform

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Problem(Abstract)

HOW TO RESOLVE ABEND 0c4 Reason Code-0010 in EDITR module

IEA995I SYMPTOM DUMP OUTPUT 559
559 SYSTEM COMPLETION CODE=0C4 REASON CODE=00000010
559 TIME=16.03.34 SEQ=01044 CPU=0000 ASID=00D3
559 PSW AT TIME OF ERROR 478D1000 A3C39088 ILC 6 INTC 10
559 ACTIVE LOAD MODULE ADDRESS=23BF8780 OFFSET=00040908
559 NAME=EDITR
559 DATA AT PSW 23C39082 - B01458B0 D0D8D27E B0007000
559 GR 0: 23B9AB3A 1: 23BAA63C
559 2: 23BAA620 3: A3C38B92
559 4: 23C51578 5: 23A5B43C
559 6: 23A5A2E0 7: BFBDA620
559 8: 00000003 9: 40400000
559 A: 00000001 B: 23A5A430
559 C: 23A55090 D: 23A5A2F8
559 E: A3C39010 F: 23B9A620
559 END OF SYMPTOM DUMP

Cause

The most common cause of an ABEND S0C4 in EDITR is from running a map or envelope standard control string that is compiled for the wrong platform.

Resolving the problem

Use WDI Client to check the "Server platform" in the appropriate "System" under the View menu. If the "Server platform" is not zOS you will need to change it appropriately, then:
- Recompile the involved map control string, and
- Recompile the Envelope standard control string. (This is done under EDI Standards, "Envelope standards" tab.)

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Document information


More support for:

WebSphere Data Interchange
WDI 3.2 for z/OS

Software version:

3.2, 3.2.1, 3.3

Operating system(s):

z/OS

Reference #:

1220949

Modified date:

2013-01-02

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