CA IDMS DC027007 abend code Txxx/Tnnn in online program

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Issue/Introduction

CA IDMS online program fails with error:

DC027007 TASK:xxxxxxxx PROG:xxxxxxxx ABENDED WITH CODE Txxx

 

Cause

The Txxx abend codes occur when an online user program issues an invalid SVC while under the control of SVC Screening. The xxx is a number that represents the hexadecimal equivalent of the SVC number. For example, T038 means SVC 56 was issued.

Here is a list of some of the Txxx abends that have been reported in the past:
T002
T00A
T00B
T012 
T013
T022
T023
T028
T030
T031
T032
T033
T038
T03C
T040
T042
T060
T062
T06B
T08A   
T0BE
T0F6
T0F7 

 

 

Environment

Release : 19.0

Component : CA IDMS/DB

Resolution

For a non-LE program check if it issues an SVC or if the program has been invoked from a high level language program without going through a TRANSFER CONTROL to allow the CA IDMS online system to handle the transfer.

For LE programs check for Unsupported LE Functions:

  • CEE3PRM: Get exec parms
  • CEETDLI: Call IMS
  • CEETEST: Invoke debugging environment

Check for COBOL Features Not Supported by CA IDMS:

  • ENVIRONMENT and DATA DIVISION entries normally associated with file management (for example, INPUT-OUTPUT SECTION, FILE SECTION)
  • I/O statements, including ACCEPT, CLOSE, DELETE, DISPLAY, OPEN, READ, REWRITE, and WRITE
    Note: DATE/TIME related ACCEPT statements are supported in release 14.1and later for COBOL II and LE-compliant compilers.
  • The debugging features FDUMP and TEST
  • The sorting features SORT and MERGE
  • The compiler options ADV, DYNAM, FASTSRT, GRAPHIC, and OUTDD

 

Additional Information

See the following documentation sections.

For COBOL:

Considerations for IBM Language Environment

Unsupported LE Functions

Features Not Supported by CA IDMS,

For Assembler:

Considerations for Assembler Programs in a DC/UCF Online System

For PL/I:

Considerations for IBM Language Environment (LE)

Unsupported LE Functions