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CICS / Cobol error

CICS / Cobol error

CICS / Cobol error

Been trying to setup a CICS instance for one of our systems (HPUX 11.0, Oracle 8.1.7, MF Cobol 4.1.40, CICS 4.2).

Everything seems to run OK, until I type "MIMS" in the CICS telnet session.

I get the following in the console log:

/usr/lib/dld.sl: Unresolved symbol: [Vtable]key:__dt__21__versioned_type_infoFv (data)  from /opt/cobol/cobdir/coblib/libmfo.1
/usr/lib/dld.sl: Unresolved symbol: [Vtable]key:__dt__21__versioned_type_infoFv (data)  from /opt/cobol/cobdir/coblib/liboops.1

Anyone seen anything like this before?

Was doing some googling on this error, and found one reference (an old one, not even sure how relevant it is) to install patch PHSS_22543.  We've got that installed, it's been superceded by PHSS_32574, so might try an install of that just to see what happens.

Any advice from anyone here?  Anyone seen anything similar?


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