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E-COB: XCOFF64 Object Files Are Not Allowed In 32-bit Mode (Doc ID 2413968.1)

Last updated on JUNE 21, 2018

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.56 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Specific to :  AIX platform and IBM COBOL compiler

Sample Environment:
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Tools 8.56.04
FSCM 92 Image 25
OS AIX 7.2
Oracle 12.2
IBM AIX  5.1.0 COBOL compiler

Issue:
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The site has done a fresh PeopleSoft installation on a new machine. The site has installed IBM 5.1 COBOL compiler.
On the new machine, using IBM AIX  5.1.0 Cobol compiler, the site is getting the below errors while trying to compile COBOLS.

Error:
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ld: 0711-736 ERROR: Input file PTPCBLAE.o:
      XCOFF64 object files are not allowed in 32-bit mode.
./pscblibm.mak : Compiling PTPCURND.cbl ...
ld: 0711-736 ERROR: Input file PTPCURND.o:
      XCOFF64 object files are not allowed in 32-bit mode.
./pscblibm.mak : Compiling PTPDBTST.cbl ...
ld: 0711-736 ERROR: Input file PTPDBTST.o:
      XCOFF64 object files are not allowed in 32-bit mode.
./pscblibm.mak : Compiling PTPDEC31.cbl ...
ld: 0711-736 ERROR: Input file PTPDEC31.o:
      XCOFF64 object files are not allowed in 32-bit mode.
./pscblibm.mak : Compiling PTPDTTST.cbl ...
ld: 0711-736 ERROR: Input file PTPDTTST.o:
      XCOFF64 object files are not allowed in 32-bit mode.
./pscblibm.mak : Compiling PTPDTWRK.cbl ...
ld: 0711-736 ERROR: Input file PTPDTWRK.o:
      XCOFF64 object files are not allowed in 32-bit mode.
./pscblibm.mak : Compiling PTPDYSQL.cbl ...
ld: 0711-736 ERROR: Input file PTPDYSQL.o:
      XCOFF64 object files are not allowed in 32-bit mode.
./pscblibm.mak : Compiling PTPECACH.cbl ...
ld: 0711-736 ERROR: Input file PTPECACH.o:
      XCOFF64 object files are not allowed in 32-bit mode.
./pscblibm.mak : Compiling PTPEFCNV.cbl ...


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