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S001

This abend can result from the following:

– The data control block (DCB) for SORTIN contained incorrect
LRECL or BLKSIZE data set attributes. Check the SORTIN DD
statement to ensure that the LRECL and BLKSIZE parameters are
correct.

– When a COBOL program invoked DFSORT:

The SELECT or ASSIGN statement specified an incorrect file
name or DDNAME parameter.

The SORTIN or SORTOUT files specified DCB attributes
different from those defined for the data set.

The FD file description for SORTIN or SORTOUT files contained
inaccurate specifications (such as RECORD CONTAINS, BLOCK
CONTAINS, RECORDING MODE, and so on).

S002

This abend can result from the following:
– For variable-length record SORTOUT or OUTFIL data sets, the
record descriptor word was invalid (less than 4 bytes or greater
than 32 KB) or, for nonspanned records, was greater than the
specified block size.
– For fixed-length record SORTOUT or OUTFIL data sets, the LRECL
parameter was greater than the BLKSIZE parameter.

S013

The SORTIN, SORTOUT, or OUTFIL BLKSIZE parameter:
– Was greater than 32760 for a disk data set, or was greater than the
maximum block size supported by the access method for a tape
data set.
– Was not an integer multiple of the LRECL parameter for
fixed-length records, or was not at least four bytes longer than the
LRECL for variable-length records.

S0Cx

These abends can result from the following:
– An invalid PD or ZD sign (0-9) or digit (A-F) can result in a data
exception (0C7 ABEND) for SUM processing. An invalid PD or ZD
digit can result in a data exception for OUTFIL edit or statistics
processing. ICETOOL’s DISPLAY or VERIFY operators can be used
to identify decimal values with invalid digits. ICETOOL’s VERIFY
operator can be used to identify decimal values with invalid signs.
– The SORTLIB DD statement specified an incorrect library.

S213

This abend can result from the following:
– A specified data set was not found.
– Space for the SORTOUT or OUTFIL data set was not allocated.
– For COBOL:

The file name or DDNAME parameter of the SELECT or
ASSIGN statement was incorrect.

The SORT verb required the SORTLIB DD statement.

S30A

The SORTIN LRECL parameter was greater than the SORTOUT or
OUTFIL LRECL parameter (for VSAM data sets).

S513

For COBOL, the SORT USING statement was used with an input tape
data set that was already opened prior to invoking DFSORT.

S806

DFSORT required a program, such as a user exit or invoking
program, during execution and was unable to find it. Correct the job
step or supply the necessary program.
Check if you have used the correct Load module library. Or if all the load modules required are in the load library

S813

The SORTIN, SORTOUT, or OUTFIL data set was tape, and the data
set name was incorrect or missing or DISP=MOD was specified
inappropriately for a tape data set.

S913

For COBOL, the file name or DDNAME parameter of the SELECT or
ASSIGN statement was incorrect.

SC03

A user exit opened data sets, but did not close them upon
completion.

SC13

For COBOL, the file name or DDNAME parameter of the SELECT or
ASSIGN statement was incorrect.

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