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EJCK Abend S80A under TSO / ISPF EDIT session of a JCL or SDSF SJ line command on a JCL


Article ID: 133834


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JCLCheck Workload Automation


EJCK or !JCK command, issued in TSO/ISPF EDIT session of a JCL or from SDSF SJ line command on the executed JCL,  can cause an ABEND S80A-10  

How it can be bypassed?


Release : 12.0

Component : CA JCLCheck workload Automation


If the Abend S80A is occurring only in Foreground (using EJCK or !JCK command in TSO/ISPF EDIT or SDSF SJ of a JCL) and no problem occurs during a batch validation of a JCL, then the abend could be caused by the TSO ISPF PROFILE dataset reaching 100% for the affected  users getting it.
In this case the problem is solved, reallocating a larger ISPPROF dataset. 

If this doesn't solve the problem, Please open a case to Broadcom Support, providing the appropriate documentation.