Why and when do you get RLED, RLCP, RL** CICS abend codes?
All abends issued by CICS code start with the letter "A". If the abend code starts with some other letter it was issued by some other product or by a user program. If you are seeing these abend codes in a CICS message then either the program or the transaction ID that issued the abend will also be included in the message. This should provide a clue as to the product or user program that is issuing the abend. Hopefully the documentation provided with that product or application will describe the cause of the abend.
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