The best resolution is to add a “;” or a “.” to the statement depending on whether or not the statement is inside an IF/THEN/ELSE construct.
Alternatively, optional bits 309 and/or 310 can be used to change the behaviour of the compiler.
By default, the DML084 will cause the compile to end with RC=8.
If you enable bit 309 in RHDCOPTF, the compile will end with RC=4.
If you enable bits 309 and 310 in RHDCOPTF, the compile will end with RC=0.
The functionality of bits 309 and 310 was added to CA-IDMS by r17.0 APAR RO12491.
From r18.0 and onwards, APAR RO12491 is fixed in the base release of CA-IDMS and therefore should not, and can not, be applied at those releases.