A couple of things occur to me.
First, are you checking the right statement number in the compile
listing. The OS is reporting the statement number. Don't get this
confused with the statement sequence number. You have to refer to the
compile listing to get the statement number which is in the leftmost
column of the listing.
If this is not the problem, then perhaps you are compiling to a different
OS version than what was originally compiled to. I'd check that next. It
can result in different statement numbers even when your source has not
Rich Loeber - @richloeber
Kisco Information Systems
Austin, Mark wrote:
I've got an ILE Cobol program with 3 modules in it. One of the modules has aborted with a subscript out of range error at statement 2979. When I compile the module and check the source listing for the statement 2979 it isn't a statement referring to a subscripted field.
I am obviously doing something wrong. Can anyone enlighten me as to how to find the source statement that is in error?
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