This topic lists the Acu4GL error messages that could occur during execution of your program. The Compiler and Runtime Options topic provides information on compile-time errors and also provides several methods for retrieving runtime errors.
An explanation and a recommended recovery procedure follow each message.
Runtime errors have this format:
The 9D indicates a file system error and is reported in your FILE STATUS variable. The nn is a secondary error code. These are the secondary errors reported directly from Acu4GL:
9D/01 Read error on dictionary file
An error occurred while reading the XFD file; this probably means the XFD is corrupt. Recreate the XFD file.
9D/02 Corrupt dictionary file
The dictionary file for one of your COBOL files is corrupt and cannot be read. Recompile with -Fx to re-create the dictionary. See Compiler and Runtime Options for additional information on compiler options.
9D/03 Dictionary (.xfd) file not found
The dictionary file for one of your COBOL files cannot be located. Be sure you have specified the correct directory via your XFD_PREFIX runtime configuration file variable. You may need to recompile with -Fx to create the dictionary.
9D/04 Too many fields in the key
There are more than 16 fields in a key. Check your key definitions and restructure the key that is illegal, and then recompile with -Fx.
9D/05 (no message associated with this error)
A date given to the Acu4GL interface is invalid and cannot be converted.
9D,06 Mismatched dictionary file
The dictionary file (.xfd) for one of your files conflicts with the COBOL description of the file FD. The xx indicates a tertiary error code that is defined by the host file system. You can determine the exact nature of the mismatch by referring to the host system’s error values.
The tertiary error code may have any of these values:
01 – mismatch found but exact cause unknown (this status is returned by the host file system)
02 – mismatch found in file’s maximum record size
03 – mismatch found in file’s minimum record size
04 – mismatch found in the number of keys in the file
05 – mismatch found in primary key description
06 – mismatch found in first alternate key description
07 – mismatch found in second alternate key description
The list continues in this manner for each alternate key.
9D/11 ACUCOBOL-GT stored procedures not found
ACUCOBOL-GT lock table missing
The installation of Acu4GL for Sybase creates a number of stored procedures and tables. At least one of these was not found.
9D/12 A column of a key is of data type TEXT or IMAGE, which is illegal
Columns that are part of an index may not be of type TEXT or type IMAGE. Check your key definition.
9D/13 Internal error
Multiple records were found with the same index (this is a Sybase error).
9D/14 DB library function returned an unexpected errordbinit
(Sybase) failed. An error message from Sybase is displayed on the terminal.
9D/16 Trying to rename a table across databases
RENAME works only within the same database.
9D/17 Cache error (internal error)
The internal process cache has been corrupted. Please contact Technical Services.
9D/18 Primary Key error
This means there was an error when creating the primary key for a secondary table.
9D/19 Table Size Error
The table is larger than Sybase will accept, either in the number of columns or in the number of bytes in the row. Use the SECONDARY_TABLE directive to get around this.
9D/20 (no message associated with this error)
This error tells you that you are trying to do something with a FAST_ACCESS table that is not allowed. See A_SYB_FAST_ACCESS to learn the restrictions for tables opened this way.
9D/21 (no message associated with this error)
There was a problem accessing one or more Vision locks files and processing of this request cannot continue. The tertiary error is an error code returned from Vision.