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RE: Place sales order

RE: Place sales order

Yes, we get the "Threaded Heap" or "Memory Violation" on Sales Order Entry
several times a week.
B7332 - SP11.1 AS/400 server.
If you type the word "HEAP" in the KG you will be surprised to see the
number
of hits you get! But I do not see any fixes relating to Order Entry.

You should take the advice of the message and restart JDE on the client
if you experience this error. We too have lost orders when CS claims they
entered them.

I am almost positive it is JDE code that is the problem, not network or
client PC related.

JDE recommendation is to go to XE... surprised?
Tom Crawford
 

gjhanson

Member
Re: Place sales order

Not suprised. We are on Xe.
----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Crawford <Tom.Crawford@permatex.com>
To: <jdeowdevml@jdelist.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2000 9:57 AM
Subject: RE: Place sales order ~~0:1570


> Yes, we get the "Threaded Heap" or "Memory Violation" on Sales Order Entry
> several times a week.
> B7332 - SP11.1 AS/400 server.
> If you type the word "HEAP" in the KG you will be surprised to see the
> number
> of hits you get! But I do not see any fixes relating to Order Entry.
>
> You should take the advice of the message and restart JDE on the client
> if you experience this error. We too have lost orders when CS claims they
> entered them.
>
> I am almost positive it is JDE code that is the problem, not network or
> client PC related.
>
> JDE recommendation is to go to XE... surprised?
> Tom Crawford
>
>
>
>
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