CSQL-F-025: Unable to Create virtual-heap To process the source file and the expanded code, COBSQL needs to create a number of virtual heaps. If there is a problem
when COBSQL tries to create a heap, this message is displayed indicating which heap COBSQL had problems creating.
CSQL-I-029: Found an EXEC SQL Statement, processing it This message is displayed, for information only, when COBSQL is running in VERBOSE mode. It indicates that COBSQL has encountered
an EXEC SQL statement within the procedure division of a program and is about to process it.
CSQL-I-039: The ORG & the CBL files were out of synch COBSQL sometimes tries to re-position itself when working through the original source file (ORG) and the source produced by
the database precompiler (CBL). It does this by scanning ahead in the CBL file to try to find a matching line. If it does,
it displays this message.
CSQL-F-042: Cannot set the COBOL runtime switches Some external code generators produce COBOL code which contains null characters. COBSQL reads the settings of the run-time
switches and attempts to change the settings of the relevant switches in order to enable it to read code containing null characters.
CSQL-F-047: Cobsql cannot be used with the SOURCEFORMAT directive. You have specified the SOURCEFORMAT(FIXED) directive along with one or more other SOURCEFORMAT directives. With the exception
of Pro*COBOL, COBSQL supports the SOURCEFORMAT(FIXED) directive only when no other SOURCEFORMAT directives are specified.
If you are using Pro*COBOL, you can also use SOURCEFORMAT(TERMINAL) and SOURCEFORMAT(VARIABLE).