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Database function listing

Hi All,

Every Groupwise admin has seen/experienced it, the dreaded 'The database function XX reported error [YYYY] on zzzzzz.db. The YYYY error codes are documented and we can mostly look those up somewhere, even if their documented meaning is somewhat ambiguous.

I would like to know if the is a listing of function of the XX database functions, as these would help in understanding which part of the database may be a problem.
For exmaple, just at the moment I have a client seeing function 53/c042, function 22/f023 in the POA logs, and the POA has restarted a few times...so I know a f series error is a search/index issue, and the c042 is a record error, but what do functions 53 and 22 actually perform?

Thanks,
Mark Currie
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Re: Database function listing

Hi Mark,

As far as I am aware Micro Focus do not make that level of detail available publically. We will need to troubleshoot each individual error message per db it's reported on.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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Re: Database function listing

Hi Laura,

Thanks for the info...It would be nice to know if function 22 was like 'read record set', or it was 'write record' etc etc
...They obliviously must be obfuscating the functions as I had a look at the open source FLAIM 4.5 libraries and they use named procedure calls like most other databases.

Cheers,
Mark Currie
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