Btrieve Error 54
Cancel walraven 3 Mar 2010 7:23 AM You should run the Vendor/Journal sync test to update the vendor history. So in theory you could have a badly damaged file but only get the error when you attempt to access in this case a specific record that has the variable length You can also adjust the SPX timeouts on the NetWare Server. Follow prompts provided. weblink
Btrieve Status 54
I've wasted several hours on it so I thought I'd share the solution with others. If Limit Concurrent Connections is set to Yes and Maximum Connection is set to 1 on a Novell Server using the Account Restriction Option , the requester returns Code 94 to Return to top Status 99 Scala cannot find a connection to the Runtime server.
I did a rebuild an the whole DB to make sure everything was ok. See to it that all the windows requesters are set to Requester=yes Local=no If there is a workstation that has hung while running Scala, reboot it and run a Scaclear. Namely the ticket_del_date and auth_by. Btrieve Error 11 The path name may not start with a backslash( \ ).
Yesterday it happened 3 times in the same day. Btrieve Error 161 Now the bigger question is why is this error happening so frequently. Is the entire network drive on the server shared? They have to be the same for a specific frame type.
When did the errors start happening? Btrieve Error 35 El archivo general puede estar corrupto. You will need to restore the file from the most recent backup. Join Now For immediate help use Live now!
Btrieve Error 161
If you get the same error, you will need to run the File Recovery program. Also when I had the page lock error yesterday I looked into the pervasive monitor utility and none of the sessions said they had a lock on the file. Btrieve Status 54 Punto de Ventas Sistema de Ventas, actualice el inventario y cuentas x cobrar. Btrieve Error 3006 Btrieve error 54 (variable page error) During a Step Direct operation, Btrieve could not read all or part of the variable length portion of a record.
Editing the registry should only be done by an experienced system engineer. have a peek at these guys So, in addition to the network users having permission to the directories where the files being accessed reside, the 'System' user must also have 'full control' permissions. Other causes of status 95s are related to communication problems on the network. Sign in | Join | Help