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"Your system may become unstable"

\"Your system may become unstable\"

Hi List,

I,m in the process of testing the prerequisite ESU 4605023 inCRP.
After applying the ESU and deploying full packaces to client and server most
(but not all) of our of our custom UBE's fail with the message "UBE Rxxxxx
-- <version> has caused as exception. Your system may become unstable." The
UBS's are run locally, CRP clients that have not been updated with the new
ESU can still run the UBE's correctly.ANy suggestions?

Thanks
Paul Gaynor

B7332 SP11 NT , NT , SQL7.0 sp2
 

atayan

Member
RE: \"Your system may become unstable\"

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ORACLE 8i HP UNIX B7332
build full package and deploy it on ws also find the attached doc. it'll be
helpfull. also increase virtual memory on ws-ram*2
 

roland_rueegg15

Active Member
AW: \"Your system may become unstable\"

Paul,

we had similar problems with reports running multi-lingual. However after
having installed all languages needed (not just VOC Overrides) the errors
diminished, in some reports we used the set language preferences.

Cheers
Roland.

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Hi List,

I,m in the process of testing the prerequisite ESU 4605023 inCRP.
After applying the ESU and deploying full packaces to client and server most
(but not all) of our of our custom UBE's fail with the message "UBE Rxxxxx
-- <version> has caused as exception. Your system may become unstable." The
UBS's are run locally, CRP clients that have not been updated with the new
ESU can still run the UBE's correctly.ANy suggestions?

Thanks
Paul Gaynor

B7332 SP11 NT , NT , SQL7.0 sp2





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