AcuServer returns an error code whenever an AcuServer file access fails.
An error code of 9B indicates that the requested operation is not supported. Other AcuServer error codes have the following format:
9D indicates a server error and is returned in your file-status variable.
You can retrieve the extended code with the -x runtime switch, or by calling C$RERR. Note that you can pass two parameters to C$RERR to fetch interface errors. The first parameter retrieves the two- or three-digit extended error code. This parameter must be at least PICTURE X(5). The second parameter retrieves a message associated with the error condition and should be at least PICTURE X(80).
AcuServer errors have a three-digit extended code. These errors include the following:
|9D/100||Invalid syntax for FILE_PREFIX. The correct syntax for FILE_PREFIX is: FILE_PREFIX @server-name:pathname|
|9D/101||The version of the server is not compatible.|
|9D/102||Invalid connection password specified by client.|
|9D/103||Connection to server refused, access denied.|
|9D/104||PC/TCP resident kernel is not loaded, or the communication stream between the client and the server was interrupted, or a file open failure occurred.|
|9D/105||User count exceeded.|
|9D/106||Attached to a server that does not appear to be AcuServer.|
|9D/109||Unknown command sent between AcuServer runtime and AcuConnect server or between AcuConnect runtime and AcuServer.|
An error 9D/101 indicates that the version of the ACUCOBOL-GT runtime and the version of AcuServer are incompatible. AcuServer Version 8.0 and later will not work with earlier versions of the ACUCOBOL-GT runtime. Conversely, earlier versions of AcuServer will not work with a Version 8.0 or later runtime.
An error 9D/105 indicates that the number of users attempting to use AcuServer exceeds the number of users authorized by your license. For connections with the ACUCOBOL-GT Web Runtime, it means that the number of Web users trying to access AcuServer exceeds the number of ACUCOBOL-GT runtime licenses on the server machine. If your COBOL program receives a file status code 9D,105 in connection with plug-in users, it should display a message box stating that the Web file server is busy, and to retry later. To extend the number of authorized users, call your Micro Focus extend Sales Professional.
Whenever a client runtime passes a file handle to AcuServer with a request for file access, AcuServer validates the file handle before performing any I/O using that handle. If AcuServer determines that a file handle is not valid (for example, if the file pointer is invalid or the file is not open), it returns an error to the client runtime.
Client runtime error codes have the following format:
30 indicates a system error. Client runtime errors include the following:
|30/02||No such file or directory|
|30/09||Bad file number|