M204.1251 Line too long
A logical input line is longer than LIBUFF bytes. A logical input line is composed of one or more physical input lines where all but the last line have a non-blank character in column INCCC and all dummy string substitutions have been performed.
Response: If you do not want to have your physical input lines concatenated, either verify that the INCCC parameter is set to a column beyond the end of your longest physical input line (but not beyond INMRL), or set INCCC to 0 to disable this type of line continuation.
If you are compiling a SOUL request and you want to have your lines continued, use a hyphen at the end of the line but before the INCCC column. Lines continued in this way have no buffer limit.
If the problem continues, contact your system manager.
System manager response: If necessary, increase the value of the LIBUFF parameter in your Model 204 system initialization stream.
|RETCODEO=0||Sets online return code|
|RETCODEB=4||Sets batch (single user) return code|
|CLASS=E||Error class; the message can be suppressed with the X'04' bit setting of the MSGCTL parameter|
|AUDITER||Writes the message with line type ER to the audit trail|
|COUNT||Increments the error count (ERCNT) parameter|