Re: [U2] REDBACK Fatal UniBasic errors

2013-03-25 Thread David A. Green
Bill, thanks for the post, I will check this location for debugging purposes.  
But it doesn't help my issue of having Redback send back an error message that 
makes more sense when the UniBasic program aborts.

David A. Green
(480) 813-1725
DAG Consulting

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From: u2-users-boun...@listserver.u2ug.org 
[mailto:u2-users-boun...@listserver.u2ug.org] On Behalf Of Bill Haskett
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2013 3:56 PM
To: U2 Users List
Subject: Re: [U2] REDBACK Fatal UniBasic errors

David:

Have you turned on UniObjects error logging?  If not, create the following item 
in the UDTHOME directory:

serverdebug
001 udcs 10 E:\U2\ud\log\udcs\udcs.log

My UDTHOME is located at E:\U2\ud so your path should replace mine from 
above.  Also, I've created a udcs subdirectory under the UDTHOME log 
subdirectory.  You can actually just name (and place) this log file whatever 
and wherever you like.  After each UO connection there's a bunch of stuff in it 
that most often helps me.

HTH,

Bill

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*From:* dgr...@dagconsulting.com
*To:* 'U2 Users List' u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org
*Date:* 3/22/2013 1:43 PM
*Subject:* [U2] REDBACK Fatal UniBasic errors
 I'm accessing UniData via .NET and Redback.  But if there is a fatal 
 UniBasic error, like trying to access an unopened file, I get the following:

 dagLink.DOAdoExecute - ADO Record Set Execute - Connection to 
 Application Server lost Responder Error: (errno=32 The process cannot 
 access the file because it is being used by another process.) 
 Responder Error: (errno=32 The process cannot access the file because 
 it is being used by another process.) Responder Error:
  Server Err: 
 SpGetLen error, rc=-109

  Output Log: 
 none.

  Error Log: 
 none.
 *

 It then goes on to tell me that we have a Responder Error.

 The rgw.log has this:
 102340,RESP,spdr.c,1219,SpGetLen error, rc=-109  (ErrorCode=109 The 
 pipe has been ended.)
 102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,720,Resp1 killing pid=122680 
 102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,701,WriteFile  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is 
 being
 closed.)
 102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,769,Sent 0 stop failed.  (ErrorCode=232 The 
 pipe is being closed.) 102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,626,try 
 SafeTerminateProcess  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is being closed.) 
 102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,630,Did not respond to SafeTerminateProcess: 
 try TerminateProcess (gag)  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is being closed.) 
 102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,633,TerminateProcess  (ErrorCode=5 Access is
 denied.)
 102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,790,Resp1 kill of pid=0 complete, rc=1.
 102340,SCHD,ntresp.c,368,2.child slot=6 thandle=-1 
 102340,SCHD,ntresp.c,370,child died aidx=3 
 102340,RESP,respcmn.c,428,Responder terminating now.

 Is there a way to capture a better error message?

 David A. Green
 (480) 813-1725
 DAG Consulting

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Re: [U2] REDBACK Fatal UniBasic errors

2013-03-25 Thread Bill Haskett

David:

Sorry I can't help you on the Redback issue, but you'd be surprised what 
shows up in the UO logs.  Also, do you have a UOLOGIN subroutine?  In 
UD this subroutine always runs when a connection is made through UO.  
I've been known to cause myself trouble there.


Bill
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*From:* dgr...@dagconsulting.com
*To:* 'U2 Users List' u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org
*Date:* 3/25/2013 10:11 AM
*Subject:* Re: [U2] REDBACK Fatal UniBasic errors

Bill, thanks for the post, I will check this location for debugging purposes.  
But it doesn't help my issue of having Redback send back an error message that 
makes more sense when the UniBasic program aborts.

David A. Green
(480) 813-1725
DAG Consulting

-Original Message-
From: u2-users-boun...@listserver.u2ug.org 
[mailto:u2-users-boun...@listserver.u2ug.org] On Behalf Of Bill Haskett
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2013 3:56 PM
To: U2 Users List
Subject: Re: [U2] REDBACK Fatal UniBasic errors

David:

Have you turned on UniObjects error logging?  If not, create the following item 
in the UDTHOME directory:

serverdebug
001 udcs 10 E:\U2\ud\log\udcs\udcs.log

My UDTHOME is located at E:\U2\ud so your path should replace mine from above.  Also, I've 
created a udcs subdirectory under the UDTHOME log subdirectory.  You can actually 
just name (and place) this log file whatever and wherever you like.  After each UO connection there's a bunch 
of stuff in it that most often helps me.

HTH,

Bill

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- Original Message -
*From:* dgr...@dagconsulting.com
*To:* 'U2 Users List' u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org
*Date:* 3/22/2013 1:43 PM
*Subject:* [U2] REDBACK Fatal UniBasic errors

I'm accessing UniData via .NET and Redback.  But if there is a fatal
UniBasic error, like trying to access an unopened file, I get the following:

dagLink.DOAdoExecute - ADO Record Set Execute - Connection to
Application Server lost Responder Error: (errno=32 The process cannot
access the file because it is being used by another process.)
Responder Error: (errno=32 The process cannot access the file because
it is being used by another process.) Responder Error:
 Server Err: 
SpGetLen error, rc=-109

 Output Log: 
none.

 Error Log: 
none.
*

It then goes on to tell me that we have a Responder Error.

The rgw.log has this:
102340,RESP,spdr.c,1219,SpGetLen error, rc=-109  (ErrorCode=109 The
pipe has been ended.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,720,Resp1 killing pid=122680
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,701,WriteFile  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is
being
closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,769,Sent 0 stop failed.  (ErrorCode=232 The
pipe is being closed.) 102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,626,try
SafeTerminateProcess  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is being closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,630,Did not respond to SafeTerminateProcess:
try TerminateProcess (gag)  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is being closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,633,TerminateProcess  (ErrorCode=5 Access is
denied.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,790,Resp1 kill of pid=0 complete, rc=1.
102340,SCHD,ntresp.c,368,2.child slot=6 thandle=-1
102340,SCHD,ntresp.c,370,child died aidx=3
102340,RESP,respcmn.c,428,Responder terminating now.

Is there a way to capture a better error message?

David A. Green
(480) 813-1725
DAG Consulting

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[U2] REDBACK Fatal UniBasic errors

2013-03-22 Thread David A. Green
I'm accessing UniData via .NET and Redback.  But if there is a fatal
UniBasic error, like trying to access an unopened file, I get the following:

dagLink.DOAdoExecute - ADO Record Set Execute - Connection to Application
Server lost
Responder Error: (errno=32 The process cannot access the file because it is
being used by another process.)
Responder Error: (errno=32 The process cannot access the file because it is
being used by another process.)
Responder Error: 
 Server Err: 
SpGetLen error, rc=-109

 Output Log: 
none.

 Error Log: 
none.
*

It then goes on to tell me that we have a Responder Error.

The rgw.log has this:
102340,RESP,spdr.c,1219,SpGetLen error, rc=-109  (ErrorCode=109 The pipe has
been ended.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,720,Resp1 killing pid=122680
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,701,WriteFile  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is being
closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,769,Sent 0 stop failed.  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is
being closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,626,try SafeTerminateProcess  (ErrorCode=232 The
pipe is being closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,630,Did not respond to SafeTerminateProcess: try
TerminateProcess (gag)  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is being closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,633,TerminateProcess  (ErrorCode=5 Access is
denied.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,790,Resp1 kill of pid=0 complete, rc=1.
102340,SCHD,ntresp.c,368,2.child slot=6 thandle=-1
102340,SCHD,ntresp.c,370,child died aidx=3
102340,RESP,respcmn.c,428,Responder terminating now.

Is there a way to capture a better error message?

David A. Green
(480) 813-1725
DAG Consulting

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Re: [U2] REDBACK Fatal UniBasic errors

2013-03-22 Thread Bill Haskett

David:

Have you turned on UniObjects error logging?  If not, create the 
following item in the UDTHOME directory:


serverdebug
001 udcs 10 E:\U2\ud\log\udcs\udcs.log

My UDTHOME is located at E:\U2\ud so your path should replace mine 
from above.  Also, I've created a udcs subdirectory under the UDTHOME 
log subdirectory.  You can actually just name (and place) this log 
file whatever and wherever you like.  After each UO connection there's a 
bunch of stuff in it that most often helps me.


HTH,

Bill

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- Original Message -
*From:* dgr...@dagconsulting.com
*To:* 'U2 Users List' u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org
*Date:* 3/22/2013 1:43 PM
*Subject:* [U2] REDBACK Fatal UniBasic errors

I'm accessing UniData via .NET and Redback.  But if there is a fatal
UniBasic error, like trying to access an unopened file, I get the following:

dagLink.DOAdoExecute - ADO Record Set Execute - Connection to Application
Server lost
Responder Error: (errno=32 The process cannot access the file because it is
being used by another process.)
Responder Error: (errno=32 The process cannot access the file because it is
being used by another process.)
Responder Error:
 Server Err: 
SpGetLen error, rc=-109

 Output Log: 
none.

 Error Log: 
none.
*

It then goes on to tell me that we have a Responder Error.

The rgw.log has this:
102340,RESP,spdr.c,1219,SpGetLen error, rc=-109  (ErrorCode=109 The pipe has
been ended.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,720,Resp1 killing pid=122680
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,701,WriteFile  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is being
closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,769,Sent 0 stop failed.  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is
being closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,626,try SafeTerminateProcess  (ErrorCode=232 The
pipe is being closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,630,Did not respond to SafeTerminateProcess: try
TerminateProcess (gag)  (ErrorCode=232 The pipe is being closed.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,633,TerminateProcess  (ErrorCode=5 Access is
denied.)
102340,RESP,ntbackend.c,790,Resp1 kill of pid=0 complete, rc=1.
102340,SCHD,ntresp.c,368,2.child slot=6 thandle=-1
102340,SCHD,ntresp.c,370,child died aidx=3
102340,RESP,respcmn.c,428,Responder terminating now.

Is there a way to capture a better error message?

David A. Green
(480) 813-1725
DAG Consulting

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