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107 operation not implemented in this run time system

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We are moving from Solaris to Suse Linux and for the same I am trying to create new executable.

Using visual cobol for eclipse when I created the executable and ran the programs in CMO (Solaris) everything works fine.

But when I create executable and run one of the program in FMO (Suse Linux) the script fails giving the below error.

 

Execution Error : file 'sitefc30'

error code: 107, pc=0, call=1, seg=0

107   Operation not implemented in this Run-Time System

 

I have never come across this error. Below is the screenshot of the error. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

           

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Hi Chris,

Sorry for the confusion. When I debugged the program found that the input file had got corrupted and the input values was not proper. Now the issue is resolved.

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While trying to look for a solution on net it says that this might be multi-threading issue. Can someone please help me how to resolve the issue.
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What is the program actually doing when it gets this error? Do you know the COBOL statement on which this is failing?
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Hi Chris,

Sorry for the confusion. When I debugged the program found that the input file had got corrupted and the input values was not proper. Now the issue is resolved.

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Excellent news that it is now resolved. Thanks!
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