Running ADSORPTS, the ADS application and dialog reporting utility, the following message is seen in the output.
19 RECORD...: OFFICE VERS.: 0100 SS
* * * RCDSYN-079 NOT FOUND IN DICTIONARY * * *
If you try to run the dialog, a 1408 abend will occur.
If you have a working dialog and subschema and delete a record from the subschema which the dialog uses, without changing and re-compiling the dialog, then ADSORPTS will issue this message under the record name. The reason is the dialog load module in the DDLDCLOD area is used to identify the name and version of the records used, and then the subschema definition in the DDLDML area is accessed to list the record layout - and it isn't there.
CA IDMS, all supported releases.
Change the dialog so that it doesn't reference the missing record and re-compile it.