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Financial UBE's Aborting in Error

Financial UBE's Aborting in Error

Financial UBE's Aborting in Error

We are running EnterpriseOne 8.10 Tools 8.94N1 on an HP-UX server with Oracle 9i database.

We have encountered issues with scheduled and user driven UBE's being run and aborting in error, with the following error message:
INFO: Done setting IPC Handle State structures to abandoned. Process exiting.

Each time, a different iParam value appears. I also ran a report and terminated it in the middle and received the same message, but with a different iParam value.

It has basically been happening periodically (once every few months) with our cheque run (R04570) and once recently with R03B16 - both Finance module UBE's.

A few questions:
1. What does the iParam value mean? How can I find out what each value reported means or relates to?
2. How can I find out if a UBE was terminated by someone (they don't always fess up to have done it) or by the process itself?
3. Has anyone else encountered this problem before and what did you do about it?

Your help is appreciated.

RE: Financial UBE's Aborting in Error

You might also check the following web site www.jdelist.com, there are separate sections for the World product, and the Enterprise One product.

RE: Financial UBE's Aborting in Error

I had submitted the question there too.  Thank you for your help.

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