UBE's not running on server

Toni_Nanneman

Active Member
UBE\'s not running on server

UBE's not running on the server - UPDATED...

Initially, we reported having a problem running new UBE's transferred from
CRP in to PROD on our enterprise server. This last Saturday afternoon the
problem escalated so that we can no longer run ANY ube's including Posting
jobs to our enterprise server. JDE is recommending simulating a full server
package build by TAMFTP'ing all specs from a client to the enterprise
server! (Of course using a separate procedure for the dddict and dtext
files).

Has anyone ever done this with B7322? So far, I haven't been able to
successfully run the tamftp because I'm getting an unable to create
directory error. I've already created that the new spec directory on the
400 so I don't know what the problem is!

Any ideas, comments, helpful hints, words of wisdom, etc?


OW: B7322 sp12.2; AS400 v4r4 ent server; coexist World A73 cum 8

Toni Nanneman
CNC Administrator
503-370-7071 x7262
[email protected]
 

sgallaher

Member
Re: UBE\'s not running on server

Toni,

I take it all your UBE's are ending in an Error status when you submit them
on the server? We get this on our AS/400 from time to time, due to the
RDASPEC file being corrupted. You can find this for sure by turning on UBE
debugging and submitting a UBE, then search the log for "error" or "cannot
read". I take it you have the latest full package you built after you
transferred all your objects to PROD? If so, you can try to re-deploy that
full package to the AS/400. This is how we refresh the RDASPEC file here.

Hope this helps!
Scotto

B7332, SP13.1, AS/400 Enterprise, WTS w/ Citrix 1.8, C/O on SQL,
Coexistence
_______________________________________________
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Scott Gallaher
JDE System Admininistrator
ABM Industries, Inc
800.470.4357 x1748



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UBE's not running on the server - UPDATED...

Initially, we reported having a problem running new UBE's transferred from
CRP in to PROD on our enterprise server. This last Saturday afternoon the
problem escalated so that we can no longer run ANY ube's including Posting
jobs to our enterprise server. JDE is recommending simulating a full
server
package build by TAMFTP'ing all specs from a client to the enterprise
server! (Of course using a separate procedure for the dddict and dtext
files).

Has anyone ever done this with B7322? So far, I haven't been able to
successfully run the tamftp because I'm getting an unable to create
directory error. I've already created that the new spec directory on the
400 so I don't know what the problem is!

Any ideas, comments, helpful hints, words of wisdom, etc?


OW: B7322 sp12.2; AS400 v4r4 ent server; coexist World A73 cum 8

Toni Nanneman
CNC Administrator
503-370-7071 x7262
[email protected]




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Re: UBE\'s not running on server

Toni,

I already did it twice.

Take a look at the document ID oti-99-0023 on the Knowledge Garden.

Harold


En Mon, 22 Jan 2001
12:24:05 -0800 (PST) Toni Nanneman escribió:

> UBE's not running on the server - UPDATED...
>
> Initially, we reported having a problem running new UBE's transferred
> from
> CRP in to PROD on our enterprise server. This last Saturday afternoon
> the
> problem escalated so that we can no longer run ANY ube's including
> Posting
> jobs to our enterprise server. JDE is recommending simulating a full
> server
> package build by TAMFTP'ing all specs from a client to the enterprise
> server! (Of course using a separate procedure for the dddict and dtext
> files).
>
> Has anyone ever done this with B7322? So far, I haven't been able to
> successfully run the tamftp because I'm getting an unable to create
> directory error. I've already created that the new spec directory on the

> 400 so I don't know what the problem is!
>
> Any ideas, comments, helpful hints, words of wisdom, etc?
>
>
> OW: B7322 sp12.2; AS400 v4r4 ent server; coexist World A73 cum 8
>
> Toni Nanneman
> CNC Administrator
> 503-370-7071 x7262
> [email protected]
>
>
>
>
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>
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>
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Michelle D.

Active Member
RE: UBE\'s not running on server

Toni,

I've followed the instructions in document oti-99-0066 "AS400 Manual TAMFTP"
at least half a dozen times with no problems.

However, I have never done the part where you run R98TAM UBE to update the
dd.

Also, I drag and drop using Microsoft Explorer instead of using delete, copy
or move commands. I also rename specfile to specfileold, then create
specfilenew. I then take the dd objects from specfileold, move them to
specfilenew and then rename specfilenew to specfile.

Hope you followed that okay!

Good luck!

Michelle Dulay
ERP Coordinator
BFGoodrich Aerospace
Chandler Evans Control Systems
email: [email protected]

OneWorld B7322 with the MFG Mini-Cum, coexistent with World A7.3
AS400 V4R3 Enterprise Server
Windows NT SQL V6.5 Deployment Server
SynQuest V5.07.02
Oracle
NT Logic - between AS400 (OneWorld) and HP9000 (SynQuest)
 

zola25

Member
Re: UBE\'s not running on server

Tony

After running R98TAM UBE did you TAMFTP the dddict & ddtext files from your root OneWorld directory? If you TAMFTP'd these files from an environment directory from your client then you will overwrite the full dddict and ddtext files on your Enterprise Server. R98TAM puts complete dddict & ddtext files into C:\B7 (or whatever your client has designated for OneWorld). If you FTP'd the files in say C:\B7\PROD then there's a good chance that the vast majority of your Data Dictionary definitions on your Enterprise Server will have been overwritten resulting in most of your UBE's not running including vanilla JDE ones like G/L Post. If you think you have done this - check using the AS/400 command WRKLNK and check the files sizes of these files in PROD, CRP etc on the Enterprise Server and on your client - then simply run another TAMFTP making sure you send the files in C:\B7 not C:\b7\PROD. There is no need to run another R98TAM, unless of course you have created new data dictionary items in the meantime.

Hope this helps,


Jamie


B7322 sp12.12. AS/400 V4R4. NT Deployment Server.
 
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