0900-0999 - Accessories
|Message and description
|Invalid filter name: name
The FILTER name specified in the parameter file is not the name of a filtering routine in the Support Library. Either correct the name in the parameter file or use the GenFormat program to define the filter to the Support Library and recompile it. Make sure that you entered the correct library name for the SUPPORT parameter.
|Invalid format name: name
The FORMAT name specified in the parameter file is not the name of a formatting routine in the Support Library. Either correct the name in the parameter file or use the GenFormat program to define the format to the Support Library and recompile it. Make sure that you entered the correct library name for the SUPPORT parameter.
|Support SETUP failed; Accessory version = version
The DBSETUP entry point in the Support Library returned an error. Typically, this means one of the following:
| Interface version mismatch
DBEngine and the accessory were compiled with different versions of the Databridge API. Copy the correct version of the Databridge software and rerun the accessory. If you are running a userwritten accessory, recompile it with the correct DBInterface file (
|Another program opened filename EXCLUSIVE
filename is the name of a parameter file. This message appears when an accessory attempts to access its parameter file and some other program has opened it EXCLUSIVE. Usually this indicates that another copy of the accessory is already running and using the same parameter file. Determine which program has the parameter file opened EXCLUSIVE and either wait for it to finish or manually terminate it. Then, rerun the accessory.
|Syntax error in parameter file
This message indicates that there is an error in the parameter file. It is preceded by a more descriptive message indicating the line number and column number of the syntax error.
|Missing entry point entrypoint in DBSupport
The accessory tried to use an entry point in DBSupport that was not in the Support Library. Recompile DBSupport or correct the user-written accessory and try again.
|Duplicate entry for STR# structurenumber
This message indicates that there is a duplicate structure number (and record type) in the accessory’s parameter file. This is usually the result of a mistake in editing the file. Correct the parameter file and rerun the accessory.
The accessory detected errors when it tried to initialize. See the accessory’s report file for the specific error message.
|Duplicate option (at line nnn): option
Check the following:
|Parameter file not available: filename
The accessory was unable to find the parameter file or the file is not available to be opened exclusively. Copy the sample parameter file as the name of the missing file and rerun the accessory.
If DBTwin returns this error, copy the sample parameter file as
DATA/TWIN/databasename/CONTROL, modify it so that it matches the DBServer SOURCE on the primary system, and rerun Databridge Twin.
|Invalid time limit=hh:mm
The time you entered for the STOP option is invalid for any of the following reasons:
Correct the time and run the accessory again.
If DBTwin returns this error, see "STOP" in the Databridge Twin Administrator's Guide.
|Invalid time limit=hh:mm
The date you entered for the STOP option is invalid for any of the following reasons:
Correct the date and run the accessory again.
|Invalid number of days = days
The number of days you entered for the STOP option (DBTwin) is invalid because it caused the date to be before 1970. Correct the number and run the accessory again.
|Time should be 14 digits: time
A data set entry in the parameter file contains a date/time that is not 14 digits long. Enter it using the following syntax: YYYYMMDDhhmmss
|Error writing to filename
This message indicates a problem with a
WRITE command on one of the accessory’s output files. This problem might be a hardware problem. If the hardware is functioning properly and the error message persists, contact Technical Support.
| n Errors in parameter file filename
The accessory detected n errors in the parameter file. Correct the errors and rerun the accessory.
|Line n Error
The parameter file contains an error on line n. Correct the error and rerun the accessory.
|Error reading filetitle
The accessory encountered an error while trying to read filetitle.
|EOF reading filetitle
The accessory encountered the end-of-file while trying to read filetitle.
The program or accessory encountered an error condition that won’t allow it to continue processing. The program will terminate. Some of these conditions include the following: