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MCH3402


  • Subject: MCH3402
  • From: "Henrik Krebs" <hkrebs@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 6 May 1999 03:00:00 -0500 (CDT)

fixed

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message: Pls. help:
Where do I get this invalid pointer from?

I have a job (LOGCLPGM(*YES)) with the following low-level msg's:

 17600 - SAVOBJ OBJ(EG* XL*) LIB(QTEMP) DEV(*SAVF) OBJTYPE(*PGM)
  SAVF(QTEMP/P0425RT)
Pointer not set for location referenced.
Pointer not set for location referenced.
Pointer not set for location referenced.
Tried to refer to all or part of an object that no longer exists
Function check. MCH3402 unmonitored by QMHSNDPM at statement *N,
  instruction X'0427'.

At the time executing the SAVOBJ I have two EG* pgms and three XL* pgms in 
QTEMP, all created by an CRTDUPOBJ-cmd.
I try to save it into a savefile also in QTEMP, but I can't imagine that this 
could be a problem.
I thought that the pointer resolution for all 'objects or part of..' involved 
should be done BY the SAVOBJ-command, so that this is not the things that 
happens if for example a RPG program calls a program, then delete it and 
finally calls it once more.

Om my own V4R3 the program runs OK - the problem is at one of my customers V4R1.

Thanks in advance.

Henrik
realname: Henrik Krebs
email: hkrebs@hkrebs.dk


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