RE: Runaway user

2004-03-18 Thread Anthony Youngman
Reboot? Probably not okay. Can you do a ps -ef at unix level and identify the process there? LISTU may well tell you this number too. Then do a kill -15 on the process. That'll tell it to shut itself down cleanly. If that fails, then try a kill -9. If that fails, it's a problem with Unix, and a

RE: Setting up SQL step 1

2004-03-18 Thread Anthony Youngman
Well, 9.5 is a VMark product ... I'm not surprised IBM said the documentation doesn't exist. As we know from the licencing fiasco, the chain of control somewhere there went down the pan ... it's changed hands three times since then and somebody probably mislaid it somewhere ... I've probably got

RE: Setting up SQL step 1

2004-03-18 Thread Donald Kibbey
upgrade, upgrade, upgrade. You think maybe somewhere along the path between 9.5 and 10.1 the SQL setup and operation was improved just a tad? Don Kibbey Financial Systems Manager Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett Dunner LLP [EMAIL PROTECTED] 03/18/04 06:25AM Well, 9.5 is a VMark

RE: Setting up SQL step 1

2004-03-18 Thread Anthony Youngman
Why might I have the 9.5 docu? Because we're still running it :-( It's all very well, but there is some truth in the old adage if it aint broke, don't fix it. Cheers, Wol -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Donald Kibbey Sent: 18 March 2004

[OT] Symbol PDT6800 Help

2004-03-18 Thread Ray Buchner
Does anyone know how to get back to the main configuration menu on a Symbol PDT6800? I'm stuck at: 'Terminal cannot associate with AP. You're out of range or not configured.' -- u2-users mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.oliver.com/mailman/listinfo/u2-users

Re: Alpha-Micro to D3

2004-03-18 Thread Ron White
- Original Message - From: Mark Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, March 17, 2004 12:39 PM Subject: Alpha-Micro to D3 Dear All: One of my clients has a 40 user Alpha Micro native system that's in need of a migration. I want to migrate to D3/W2K. I've done

[OT] RE: Setting up SQL step 1

2004-03-18 Thread Daniel_Plocinik
snip upgrade, upgrade, upgrade. You think maybe somewhere along the path between 9.5 and 10.1 the SQL setup and operation was improved just a tad? Don Kibbey /snip please feel free to do so. My experience with this specific issue revealed that it has stayed unchanged and I get the

Re: [OT] RE: Setting up SQL step 1

2004-03-18 Thread Glenn Herbert
LOL... love this one. At 09:23 AM 03/18/2004, you wrote: snip upgrade, upgrade, upgrade. You think maybe somewhere along the path between 9.5 and 10.1 the SQL setup and operation was improved just a tad? Don Kibbey /snip please feel free to do so. My experience with this specific issue

Re: [OT] RE: Setting up SQL step 1

2004-03-18 Thread Donald Kibbey
Well, that's a hearty pat on the back for all those old timers out there who worked on UniVerse during the VMark days. Still, better to upgrade (IMHO). Afterall, why not add some excitement to your life and chase some new features instead of the same old ones you already know how to deal

Re: [OT] RE: Setting up SQL step 1

2004-03-18 Thread Glenn Herbert
I do agree that IBM has made a decent effort at keeping UV viable, and that is a very nice thing indeed. Some of us put in a LOT of ourselves to get it where it was at 9.6. I believe that upgrading is a good thing too, although only if undocumented features are kept at a minimum. At 09:43

Re: Alpha-Micro to D3

2004-03-18 Thread Mark Johnson
Perhaps I've been buffered by the wrath of RD as i don't work with them directly. I work with a company called Zumasys and they've been incredibly helpful with the migrations and new systems that I've installed. I did go to bat with RD directly discussing a licensing issue and was able to

Re: Alpha-Micro to D3

2004-03-18 Thread Ron White
Very true. Upgrading from an earlier version of RD databases to D3 is a no-brainer. I just don't like their business policies and practices. Ron White - Original Message - From: Mark Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: U2 Users Discussion List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 18,

Re: Setting up SQL step 1

2004-03-18 Thread FFT2001
In a message dated 3/18/2004 3:26:32 AM Pacific Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Sent: 17 March 2004 19:40 To: U2 Users Discussion List Subject: Re: Setting up SQL step 1 Good news (I think) From what I learned - the admin user is set up when you load the operating system . I

U2 file articles in International Spectrum

2004-03-18 Thread Jeff Fitzgerald
Peggy and I are writing a series of articles in Spectrum about U2 files. The first one is in the March/April issue which is just out. I'd be interested in reactions and feedback. The first article is pretty introductory; we're going to do five or six and will strive for some depth. Feel free to

Re: Alpha-Micro to D3

2004-03-18 Thread Dave S
What year model is that Alpha-Micro system ? Ron White [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: - Original Message - From: Mark Johnson To: Sent: Wednesday, March 17, 2004 12:39 PM Subject: Alpha-Micro to D3 Dear All: One of my clients has a 40 user Alpha Micro native system that's in need of a

Re: Alpha-Micro to D3

2004-03-18 Thread Mark Johnson
I don't know. It appears to be either a 486 or P1 vintage. Early 90's perhaps. thanks. - Original Message - From: Dave S [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: U2 Users Discussion List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2004 12:35 PM Subject: Re: Alpha-Micro to D3 What year model is that

Re: Alpha-Micro to D3

2004-03-18 Thread Dave S
boat anchor! Mark Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:I don't know. It appears to be either a 486 or P1 vintage. Early 90's perhaps. thanks. - Original Message - From: Dave S To: U2 Users Discussion List Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2004 12:35 PM Subject: Re: Alpha-Micro to D3 What year

RE: [OT] Symbol PDT6800 Help

2004-03-18 Thread Dave Tabor
Not sure exactly, but I've got some cryptic notes here: I think it's A+B+D PWR PWR This will take you through some questions like Software Update, etc. You'll have to answer these as you think appropriate for your needs. If that doesn't work, I know that CTRL C will bring you to a dos prompt

RE: [OT] Symbol PDT6800 Help

2004-03-18 Thread Steven M Wagner
Sorta makes me think of the booting instructions on a MicroData Reality.grin Steve At 02:53 PM 3/18/04 -0500, you wrote: Not sure exactly, but I've got some cryptic notes here: I think it's A+B+D PWR PWR This will take you through some questions like Software Update, etc. You'll have to answer

RE: [OT] Symbol PDT6800 Help

2004-03-18 Thread Jefferson, Jim
...or the Prime I-1000's/P400's. Flip switches to set up octal addresses, twist a dial between fetch and store (?), put your left foot in, put your left foot out... Jim -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Steven M Wagner Sent:

Re: Universe Migration Info

2004-03-18 Thread rlsmith
I also would like to ask the list a additional question. We are thinking about upgrading from Universe 9.5.2.1 to a version 10.? (something) Does anyone know if there any issues we might have with our basic code if we do? BTW which version of 10 is the most stable? Any info could be useful.

Crazy intermittent problem. Need help as soon as possible.

2004-03-18 Thread Dave Tabor
Hi, Everyone. I'm having trouble with a scheduling program I'm writing in VB.net, on a WinXPpro system, using UniObjects, that extracts and writes data to a file in our Unidata 6.0.3 system on an AIX 5.1L system. The trouble that I'm having is that the data is getting corrupted. As the screen

RE: Crazy intermittent problem. Need help as soon as possible.

2004-03-18 Thread Peter Olson
can you show us some code ? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Dave Tabor Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2004 4:18 PM To: U2 Users Discussion List Subject: Crazy intermittent problem. Need help as soon as possible. Hi, Everyone. I'm having trouble

Re: Crazy intermittent problem. Need help as soon as possible.

2004-03-18 Thread Donald Kibbey
You don't say what your using to write the data. On the PC side, look for the flush() function of the streamwriter and textwriter objects. Are you maintaining a constant connection with the UniData machine? Really need some code to look at to help. Thanks, Don Kibbey Financial Systems

RE: Setting up SQL step 1

2004-03-18 Thread Ray Wurlod
Manuals, etc., for UniVerse 9.5, 9.6 and 10.0 are all on the IBM website. Also UniData 5.2 and 6.0. Start at http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data/u2/pubs/library/ - Original Message - From: Anthony Youngman [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 12:07:03 - To: U2 Users Discussion

Re: Crazy intermittent problem. Need help as soon as possible.

2004-03-18 Thread Timothy Snyder
Dave Tabor wrote on 03/18/2004 04:17:47 PM: I'm having trouble with a scheduling program I'm writing in VB.net, on a WinXPpro system, using UniObjects, that extracts and writes data to a file in our Unidata 6.0.3 system on an AIX 5.1L system. The trouble that I'm having is that the data

RE: Crazy intermittent problem. Need help as soon as possible.

2004-03-18 Thread Dave Tabor
Here is some of my code, but it's quite long. I've trimmed it to just the sections that deal with data reading and writing, as I'm pretty confident that the error is in there somewhere. NOTE: SchedBox(col,row) is an array of custom control that is similar to a cell in a grid. Quick List of

AD: Autologout in Universe 10.0.9

2004-03-18 Thread Randy Styka
We are migrating to Universe 10.0.9 running on Redhat 8, and finding problems with autologout function . Our default setting is for 40 minutes and it actually logs the user out after about 8 or 9 minutes. Anyone else had a problem with this? Thanks, I flagged this as an AD...We have a product

SP.EDIT SP.ASSIGN HS

2004-03-18 Thread Cyndi Calvin
Hi, I'm trying to use the 'SP.ASSIGN HS' to send the output to file under UNIX HOLD directory. I'm doing and seeing the following -- but no file ever shows up under HOLD directory. Any clues or thoughts? It gets to the queue? But I don't know what to answer to get it to file. Thanks!!!

Re: [UV] SP.EDIT SP.ASSIGN HS

2004-03-18 Thread Ray Wurlod
SP.ASSIGN (HS sends the file to the spooler, with HOLD and RETAIN attributes asserted. It does not send files to the HOLD file. You will find your files in the directory referred to by your UVSPOOL configuration parameter. You can use the SPOOL -LIST command to see that they are held from