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Clipper Error recovery failure, OrdListAdd (0) on Novell Netware 6.0

Clipper Error recovery failure, OrdListAdd (0) on Novell Netware 6.0

Clipper Error recovery failure, OrdListAdd (0) on Novell Netware 6.0

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I am trying to move my Clipper 5.2 application from a Novell Netware server 3.2 to Novell Netware server 6.0. Using Dos 6.22 OS booting from floppy disk using Netware Dos Client 32. Keep getting "Error recovery failure, ORDLISTADD(0)."

I have turned off the TurboFat using the utility TDIS600.NLM

Seems like I had the Clipper program running once ok, but now I just keep getting this error "Error recovery failure, ORDLISTADD(0)."

Is the any additional things I need to do on the server?
I see from threads here that Advantage Database Server in connection with Clipper is being used with Netware. What are the advantages of using this product and where can I find it?

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