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Re: PeopleSoft Driver Crash

On Sat, 20 Sep 2014 16:42:38 +0000, matt wrote:

> Now I may inquire as to why they are so old. But this is manufacturing
> sector, so they tend to leave it if it ain't broke.


I have some sympathy for that view, but things like HR updates include
legal changes, from what I understand, so you have to stay reasonably
current. Anyway, not my circus, not my monkeys...


> This is Java remote loader running run on the IBM Midrange system, so
> AIX I believe. It's literally running on the actual PS server I
> believe.


Interesting. I guess one thing you could try is putting it back the way
it was. It's possible that there's something in the Java remote loader
that's different enough for whatever this is to happen. It seems
unlikely, but possible. Or you could change JRE versions to see if that
helps or not, or makes it worse.


> So did you ever figure out what this issue was? Are you still having the
> problem?


I've never had it here. I run the PeopleSoft drivers in remote loaders on
a Windows box. Original poster "schwoerb" did, but doesn't seem to be
watching this thread.


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