ca.portal.admin

IDMS 16.0 in Production

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Feb 22, 2005
Hi All,

Out of interest can I have a show of ""hands"" on how many sites are
currently
in production with 16.0 or on their way to implementing it?

Regards
Sam
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ADSO-APPLICATION-GLOBAL-RECORD
"This is your friendly village idiot.......Rene' was kind enough to point out
that hex 7D is the Enter key. My error was to look for a value of "" ' ""
in the documentation. The value for the Enter key is shown as QUOTE. If
I had thought for a second I probably could have figured out that QUOTE
won't fit in a 1 byte field. Oh well, That's what makes the list so
useful.



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Re: ADSO-APPLICATION-GLOBAL-RECORD
"just confirmed - x'7d' is the enter key. More likely they are putting
something into the next response that you are not catering for,

Cheers

Steve
----- Original Message -----
From: ""Laura Rochon"" <l.rochon@VIDEOTRON.CA>
To: <IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM>
Sent: 23 February 2005 13:50
Subject: Re: ADSO-APPLICATION-GLOBAL-RECORD

Jim,

We often get ""invalid response"" errors. I have always thought that it
was someone hitting the wrong PFkey. Now, I have a doubt. I think I'll
do the same and turn snaps on to verify what PFkey was hit.

Please let us know what CA has to say.

Thanks,
Laura Rochon
Ajilon Consulting
on contract at CAE inc.

Irwin, Jim wrote:
We are having a problem with an ADS application getting intermittent
""Invalid Response"" errors. We suspected someone was possibly hitting a
wrong PF key. I turned snaps on for the task and looked at the
AGR-AID-BYTE
to see what key was hit. It contained an apostrophe ( hex 7D ). This is
not one of the values listed in the record description for the
ADSO-APPLICATION-GLOBAL-RECORD. I'm going to put in an issue with CA on
this but I thought I would throw it out here first.



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Re: what I learned when converting to release 15.0 ....
"The cv number has always been independent of the system version number.
The cv number is used in the old central version code, and is what the
svc communication uses. The dc system version number came along with dc
2.0 (idms 5.7). That is used to load the system load module from the
system load area that gets created by the sysgen. I like the idea of
making the system version number the same as the cv number, for
consistency, but there probably are more versions of the sysgen in the
dictionary then there are cv numbers in use. Also, there is a
maxcvnumber parm somewhere, and this was never set too high, as the svc
builds an internal table to large enough to hold the maximum number of
cv's.

Lutz Petzold

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