We are programming for CICS sockets and are facing a problem with error 35. IBM manuals say it is not an error. Is there any way to program for this error?
You do not have enough TCP/IP buffers available to send what you want. In other words, you are trying to send too much data before either TCP/IP itself can transmit it or the other end can receive it. This might be an application design problem that you need to sort out.
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