According to the ILE Cobol Reference File Status Key Values and Meanings reference I have, a '9N' states "Temporary (potentially recoverable) hardware I-O error. Error during communication session.)" I know that doesn't help much.

Jim Polwort
Scottrade, Inc.
Senior Data Analyst
Reports & Data Integration 

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we recently had a patch we received from an external vendor that has
broken an interactive program and i would like to be certain about the
error before i report it and get the run-around on the root cause. the
file status being reported is "9N" i believe this is a subfile/fisplay
file error based on what i could find doing a google search. is that a
correct assumption?

Tommy Holden

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