BSTCOPY may issue error message C1G0192E, copying from PDSE to PDSE, but what does it mean? C1G0192E MEMBER PU000IM0 COULD NOT BE COPIED, REASON CODE 83000405.

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Endevor only passes along the Return/Reason codes from the Binder to the Endevor Binder interface. Since Endevor uses the Binder for the reading and writing of a Program Object (i.e. PDSE load module), it is at the mercy of the Binder. Endevor calls the Binder through the Binder API.

The following information provides guidance on how to locate an explanation of the above reason code.

In an Internet browser session, enter the following URL for the IBM Book- Manager Book Server Library:
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/bookmgr/LIBRARY

This shows a page entitled 'IBM Library Server Library'.

Enter the following into the block under 'Find documents in the catalog...'program management: advanced facilities'

You then need to look for the Program Management Advanced Facilities guide for the release of z/OS your site is running.

The Book Manager application will enable a SEARCH for the return codes issued by the Binder.

The messages generally start with '83000'. Those that start with '83EE' indicate errors that are internal to the Binder.

Those starting with '83FF' are followed by a three-digit system abend code and a zero. The system abend code would need to be investigated as the cause of the binder error.