Last time I was on VMS (which is like 16 years ago), it was notable
for doing things like giving you an access violation for not having
enough privilege on something obscure, so the support joke was to tell
people to increase their quota, which would magically solve many
problems, including not following installation directions, plus they'd
have to get the privs needed to increase quota to get a big enough
So for Bill's situation, it could be something like, the java asks for
too much of something, the OS says "screw you," the openbravo says
"oh, the sql didn't work," reporting the accvio and a sql didn't work
error - which was that it didn't get any data.
Wild speculation, of course, an important thing is to check the sql
elsewhere as you suggested, though it can be a real pain to get the
context right with this kind of software stack. VMS has plenty of
instrumentation, but that needs plenty of specialized training.
>> While you are doing other setup and other testing can you isolate the
>> specific query and prove it good ( or bad )?
@home.com is bogus.
"my money has already been printed"