1000-1099 (DBServer)

1001 DBServer: Unable to assume configuration usercode:usercode

DBServer could not use the usercode specified in the DBServer parameter file. Check both of the following:

Make sure that DBServer has the TASKING privilege. Otherwise, it cannot assume the usercode specified in the DBServer parameter file.

Make sure that the usercode specified in the Server parameter file has visibility to the DATA/ENGINE/CONTROL file.

1002 DBServer: Unable to link to SUPPORTlibrary (reason)

DBServer could not attach to the Support library specified in the DBServer parameter file. Either the Support library name is misspelled in the DBServer parameter file, or the specified Support Library is missing.

1003-1005 N/A

These numbers are not currently used.

1006 DBServer: Invalid host password

This message indicates that DBServer has a password specified in its parameter file (KEY=password) and that a DATABridge Client user has entered the wrong (or no) password.

1007 DBServer: No default source defined

This message applies to DATABridge 1.0 Clients. It indicates that no default data source is defined in the DBServer parameter file. To do this, add the keyword DEFAULT to the SOURCE entry in the DBServer parameter file.

1008 DBServer: Data source name required

This message indicates that the DBServer parameter file does not contain a data source name. Make an entry for SOURCE in the parameter file.

1009 DBServer: Data source sourcename not found

The data source that a DATABridge Client user specified with the dbutility command does not exist. Check the spelling of the data source name. The data source name must match the entry for SOURCE in the DBServer parameter file.

1010 DBServer: Structure structurename is not viewable

This message indicates that a DATABridge Client tried to select one or more data sets, but they are filtered out by the Support Library. Use the Client DEFINE or REDEFINE command to reload the database layout.

1011 DBServer: Interface version (DATABridge Engineversion) mismatch

DBServer and DBEngine were compiled with different versions of DBInterface. Copy the correct software from the release tape.

1012 N/A

This number is not currently used.

1013 DBServer: Invalid function requested: functioncode

This message indicates that the Client supplied an invalid function code in its request. If the error persists, contact Technical Support.

1014 DBServer: I/O error on port portnumber: description

DBServer encountered an I/O error trying to use the network transport, for example, TCP. The description indicates the type of error. This error is often the result of the DATABridge Client terminating abnormally or the operator terminating the network transport. After correcting the cause of the error, try rerunning the DATABridge Client.

1015 DBServer: Operator terminated Worker

An AX QUIT command was issued to a Worker that was receiving data from an audit file. The Worker will keep the connection open, but return this message and then stop at the end of the current transaction group.

1016 DBServer: Invalid Server option number: number

This message indicates that the client supplied an invalid Server option. Make sure you have the proper version of the host DATABridge software for the Client you are using.

1017 DBServer: Assertion failed @ linenumber

DBServer detected an unexpected data value. If this condition persists, report it (including the line number) to Technical Support.

1018 DBServer: Unoffered subport opened: subport

A program such as the DATABridge Client opened a subport of DBServer's network transport file that DBServer had not offered for use. This unexpected situation could cause DBServer to run more Workers than specified in the parameter file.

1019 DBServer: Invalid FILESTATE at open of transport port [subport] ; description

A program such as the DATABridge Client opened a subport of DBServer's network transport file that had a file state other than CLOSED, as indicated by description. This may indicate a network transport problem.

1020 DBServer: Bad port number syntax

The port number configured in the DBServer parameter file is greater than 65535. Enter a correct port number and rerun DBServer.

1021 DBServer: Subport subport was already open

DBServer initiated a duplicate Worker for the subport. If this error persists, contact Technical Support.

1022 DBServer: Parameter file had nnn errors

The DBServer parameter file contains errors. Correct the errors and then rerun DBServer.

1023 DBServer: Invalid command: command

The AX command you entered is not a valid command. Enter a valid command.

1024 DBServer: Source not found (at line nnn): sourcename

The target source in the SOURCE...LIKE... command (at line number nnn in the DBServer parameter file) is invalid. Enter a valid target source.

1025 DBServer: OPEN error on transport port [subport]: description

DBServer encountered an I/O error trying to open the subport of the network transport. The description indicates the type of error.

1026 DBServer: DATABASE must be specified for SOURCE sourcename

The DBServer parameter file does not have a valid database specified in the SOURCE option.

1027 DBServer: PORT or ENDPOINT must be specified

The DBServer parameter file did not contain a PORT or ENDPOINT declaration indicating the type of network transport to use. Fix the parameter file and rerun DBServer.

1028 DBServer: At least one SOURCE must be specified

You must specify at least one SOURCE entry in the DBServer parameter file.

1029 N/A

This number is not currently used.

1030 DBServer: Invalid file handle: number

Enterprise Server requested a file operation with an invalid handle number.

1031 DBServer: Expected number: text

The operator entered an AX command to DBServer that requires a number (for example 1234 AX BUFFER nnn), but instead entered text. Re-enter the AX command with the correct number.

1032 DBServer: Default source already specified (at record nnnnnn): DEFAULT

The DBServer parameter file contains more than one SOURCE entry containing the DEFAULT option. Remove the DEFAULT option from all SOURCE entries except one.

1033 DBServer: Invalid client host host for source

This message indicates that a Client tried to connect to a SOURCE from a host that was not listed in the HOST declaration.

1034 DBServer: Row rownum of filetitle has I/O errors

The indicated file row (area) is locked out with an I/O error.

1035 DBServer: XDR error @ linenumber

DBServer detected invalid (or missing) data in the message to/from the DATABridge Client. Make sure you have compatible versions of the host and Client software. If this message persists, contact Technical Support and be sure to include the DBServer line number.

1036 DBServer: Unable to send response @ linenumber

When DBServer attempted to send a response message to the DATABridge Client, it received an error. This could be due to an abnormal termination of the Client or a network problem.

1037 DBServer: Read_Callback interrupted by client input

DBServer was in the middle of sending the updates in a transaction group when it received an input message from the Client. When this happens, DBServer discards the rest of the transaction group and tries to process the input message.

1038 DBServer: Workers can not exceed nn

The message indicates that the number of workers specified in the DBServer parameter file or the AX WORKERS command is set too high. The maximum number of workers you can set is 100.

1043 DBServer: File not found: filetitle

The client requested a file that was not found on the host system.