Document ID : KB000117416
Last Modified Date : 25/01/2019
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When the BMP option is used to collapse BMP message-driven transaction
records, a S0C4 ABEND might occur while running LDE as an exit in the 
IMS Archiver. The same problem can occur while processing raw IMS log 
data with a standalone LDE job, or with a DAY060/INCR060 step.        
This problem does not affect customers who process data generated by  
BMC Mainview for IMS.                          

The IMS Archive using the LDE exit or the standalone LDE job or the   
DAY060/INCR060 step fail with a S0C4 ABEND and error messages similar 
to the following appears in the JESMSGLG output DD:                   
  IEA995I SYMPTOM DUMP OUTPUT  219                                    
  SYSTEM COMPLETION CODE=0C4  REASON CODE=00000010                    
  TIME=08.07.33  SEQ=42513  CPU=0000  ASID=02EB                      
  PSW AT TIME OF ERROR  078D2000   80014602  ILC 4  INTC 10          
  ACTIVE MODULE ADDRESS=00000000_0000E000  OFFSET=00006602

     DATA AT PSW  000145FC - B548A718  0000BF13  C0AE4110             
   AR/GR 0: 0000003F/00000000_00000001   1: 00000000/00000000_00000000
         2: FFFFFFFF/00000000_00000060   3: FFFFFFFF/00000000_0000E500
         4: FFFFFFFF/00000000_3745D900   5: FFFFFFFF/00000000_3740E248
         6: FFFFFFFF/00000000_3745D500   7: FFFFFFFF/FFFFFFFF_37219700
         8: FFFFFFFF/FFFFFFFF_3745D500   9: FFFFFFFF/FFFFFFFF_37109814
         C: FFFFFFFF/FFFFFFFF_40404040   D: FFFFFFFF/00000000_0001CB00
         E: 00000000/00000000_8000E214   F: 00000000/00000000_37109804
  END OF SYMPTOM DUMP                                                 
The IMS log records cannot be processed.                                                     
IMS6709 - CORRECT S0C4 ABEND IN BMP TRANSACTION PROCESSING                                                  
Additional Information:
If you run LDE as an EXIT to the IMS Archiver, change the BMP option
in LDEPARM to NOBMP.                                                
If you input IMSLOG data directly into DAY060, change the BMP option
in IMSOPS to NOBMP and run prefix.MICS.CNTL(IMSPGEN).               

Note that this circumvention bypasses the BMP collapse feature, 
potentially increasing the number of observations written to the
MICS database files.