Understanding the Cobol compile process and troubleshooting problems compiling Cobol [Video]
(Doc ID 1640121.1)
Last updated on APRIL 24, 2019
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The following three error messages produced by a failed COBOL compile generally will indicate the same problem:
- CopyBook Not Found
- Operand Not Declared
- Cobol Compile Failed
When any of these three errors are thrown, the problem is generally going to be that you did not include all cobol source code when you compiled your cobol job.
Additionally, you may get the following two error messages during a cobol process which indicate that the last time you compiled your cobol source code, you did not have all the source code in the same compile directory and while the jobs compiled, they did not compile correctly. These two error messages are:
- Invalid Select
- Invalid Bind
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