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Problem by DYN CALL from PL/I to COBOL in CICS TS 2.2

Problem by DYN CALL from PL/I to COBOL in CICS TS 2.2

Problem by DYN CALL from PL/I to COBOL in CICS TS 2.2

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Dear forum,

I am looking for some help with the following PL/1 problem.
The Environment is Z/OS 1.4, PL/1 for MVS & VM V1R1.1, Enterprise COBOL FOR Z/OS AND OS/390 RELEASE 3.2. and CICS TS for Z/OS V2.2

The problem we are having is as follows (running as a transaction under CICS);
  
in the Situation runs it correct:

MAIN-PGM in PL/I
  -> DYNAMIC CALL ENTRY/MODULE in PL/I
     -> DYNAMIC CALL MODULE in COBOL

The following Situation abends in the LE/COBOL IGZEINI with an ASRA/0C4:

MAIN-PGM in PL/I
  -> CICS LINK PROGRAM MAIN-PGM in PL/I
     -> DYNAMIC CALL ENTRY/MODULE in PL/I
        -> DYNNAMIC CALL MODULE in COBOL(abend)

Thanks a lot in advance!
Harry

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