Local Batch job gets abend DC329000 TMGR error 00: DBIO error RC=0BBD

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Problem

Local Batch job gets abend DC329000 TMGR error 00: DBIO error RC=0BBD 

What is DBIO error 0BBD?

 

Environment: 

all IDMS environments

 

Cause:

The DBIO error code displayed in this message is in hexadecimal format.  x'0BBD' = 3005 abend code 

3005 is an abend code that indicates a failure to open a required file.

In the job listing you should also see an operating system message indicating a certain DD STATEMENT is MISSING.

 

Resolution/Workaround:

 

The missing DD can be for any required database file but for most of the reported cases of this error for a local batch job, we have found that the client was running with a DMCL that defined a TAPE JOURNAL (local mode journal definition) and it was the DD for the TAPE JOURNAL that was missing.

A DMCL can either define DISK JOURNALs (used for CV) or a TAPE JOURNAL (used only in local batch).

If you run a local batch job using a DMCL that defines a TAPE JOURNAL there must be a DD in the JCL for this journal file.  

 

Additional Information:

 

 

CA IDMS MESSAGES AND CODES GUIDE for 3005 ABEND code definition.

CA IDMS DATABASE ADMINISTRATION GUIDE for documentation on defining DISK and TAPE JOURNAL in the DMCL