The dsn was successfully backed up with not problems.  The LISTCAT is clean 
when run on the dsn however I get a SOC4 reason code 11 if a LISTCAT is run on 
the CATALOG.The same dsn is being flagged (IEC331I 028-002,LISTCAT) by the 
LISTCAT. 
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On Fri, 9/16/16, retired mainframer <retired-mainfra...@q.com> wrote:

 Subject: Re: REASON: 3 - RECORD TYPE NOT RECOGNIZED
 To: IBM-MAIN@LISTSERV.UA.EDU
 Received: Friday, September 16, 2016, 3:08 PM
 
 Was the VSAM1 dataset
 successfully backed up after the last time it was
 modified?  If so, delete it, rebuild the catalog, and
 restore the backup to the same volumes.
 
 Can you do a LISTCAT of the individual dataset
 without error?  If so, the listing should contain enough
 information to support a DEFINE RECATALOG later.  If not,
 do you have access to the job that created the dataset
 originally (or to the person/program)?  If so, does that
 provide sufficient data for a DEFINE RECATALOG?  If you
 have sufficient data:
  
    Perform a DELETE NOSCRATCH for the dataset. 
 That will remove the catalog entry.
  
    Perform a REPRO MERGECAT for all the remaining
 datasets in the catalog.  The record with the error should
 not be accessed.
      Fix all
 the aliases in the master catalog for the HLQs involved
 (including VSAM1) to point to the new catalog
      Perform a DEFINE RECATALOG for
 this dataset.
 
 > -----Original
 Message-----
 > From: IBM Mainframe
 Discussion List [mailto:IBM-MAIN@LISTSERV.UA.EDU]
 On
 > Behalf Of willie bunter
 > Sent: Friday, September 16, 2016 10:36
 AM
 > To: IBM-MAIN@LISTSERV.UA.EDU
 > Subject: Re: REASON: 3 - RECORD TYPE NOT
 RECOGNIZED
 > 
 > When I
 do the LISTCAT of the entire catalog it flags the dsn which
 was also flagged by the
 > DIAGNOSE.
 > The error message is
 >
 IEC331I 028-002,LISTCAT ,STEP1   ,IGG0CLEG
 > IEC331I SYS1.ICFCAT.UCATPROM
 > IEC331I VSAM1.HARL.VVL000D.MASTERA.SNAP
 > IEC332I GETO,GFL ,ICDV,ACD1
 > 
 > The explanation
 is
 > Permanent I/O error in catalog.
 > Explanation: An I/O error processing
 the
 > catalog occurred while processing
 an access
 > method services command that
 requires
 > modifying the catalog.
 
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