E-COB: Application Program Failed Action Type : SQL CONNECT In Pgm Section : SQLRT:GG100 SQL-CONNECT With Return Code: 09981 and Error Message: Invalid action request

(Doc ID 2134709.1)

Last updated on JUNE 05, 2018

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.50 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Sample Environment:
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PT 8.55.03 ( upgraded from 8.54.03 )
Server Express 5.1 WP 11
Linux 6.x

Issue:
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After a new PeopleTools only upgrade from 8.54.03 to Version 8.55.03, cobol programs are failing. Cobol process run via the process scheduler and remote called cobol processes both fail.

When running cobol test process via the process scheduler, the error is seen as:


Sample Error:
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Application Program Failed
Action Type : SQL CONNECT
In Pgm Section : SQLRT:GG100 SQL-CONNECT
With Return Code: 09981
Error Message : 

 

When running remote call test,  the remote call out file, e.g PTPNTEST_*.out shows:
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
..
..

C_PSN_GET_DATA: Parameter length mismatch (parm=DATEIN, ilen=5, olen=10).
RCCT: PTPNETRT: BA000-GET: 2 AFTER VALUES
RCCT: PTPNETRT: Return from C_PSN_DONE


Another sample error:

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PTPSQLRT - ACTION ERROR=���

Application Program Failed
Action Type     : SQL FETCH                    

In Pgm Section  : SQLRT: MAIN                                          


Error Message   : Invalid action request
                                      at pos 00021
                                      at pos 00021
                                      at pos 00021
                                      at pos 00021

PTPSQLRT - Error Encountered
No longer have connection to DB due to an error from previous
action: SQL FETCH                     . Bypassing current action:                               .
Terminating Program.

Changes

 

Cause

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