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DBase5 initialization error Code 3675

DBase5 initialization error Code 3675

DBase5 initialization error Code 3675

I hope everyone has a helpful hint for me at this time.
I dont understand what is wrong.
Dbase5 for DOS runs on more than 5 workstations in my corporate LAN. All with WindowsXP Professional SP2.
But on two Stylistic LT-C500 Tablets i get this error message whenever i try to run dbase.exe in on the command prompt. Whats wrong?
for Example the Message i called in the dbase.err

DBASE.EXE terminating due to internal error code 3675

From version  5.0xx58 (08/13/94) on: Sat Jan  5 20:58:49 2008

  Memory available summary at abend:
   for Option ALL  [0], 7cbd5c82 [2043735 K]
   for Option HEAP [1], 00041c82 [    263 K]
   Bytes used in heap: 0002727e, [    156 K]
   for Option REAL [2], 00079de0 [    487 K]
   for Option EXT  [3], 7c484000 [2036240 K]
   for Option VIR  [4], 7ffe0000 [2097024 K]
   for Option PHYS [5], 0ff78000 [ 261600 K]
   for Option BUFF [6], 00740000 [   7424 K]
   for Option SWAP [7], 269a7000 [ 632476 K]
   for Option MAX [8], 00f00000 [  15360 K]
SafeCushOK=1, SafeCushRes=24, dBASESOS=0
 F:dbase1.res mode=33, bhot=0, handle=3
     ----    START      END   LENGTH
    CODE: 02af0000 02d3ffff 00250000
    DATA: 02d40000 02d6d9e4 0002d9e5
   STACK: 02d6d9e5 02d94aaf 000270cb
    isVMM    =1
    dpmiver  =90
    cpumod   =3
    bitdp    =1
    vmdpmi   =1
 isWinDPMI   =0
   lockcnt   =2
memory lock at: 02affdf8 for 00003aa4 bytes
memory lock at: 02d40000 for 00054ab0 bytes
interrupt  9 handler at 02b02856:000003a7
interrupt 1b handler at 02b02010:000003a7
interrupt 23 handler at 02b02010:000003a7
DPMI_MEMORY status [0]info:[on error]
       largest = 00f00000
  maxPageAlloc = 00000f00
     maxBlock = 00000b61
        total = 0007ffe0
        Avail = 00000b68
      PhysNIU = 0000889a
      PhysMan = 0000ff78
    FreeSpace = 0007c484
     SwapSize = 000269a7
Internal Stack trace at termination.
    EBP=02d948bc caller: 02baaab5 map=000baab5  abenddb
    EBP=02d948cc caller: 02afc61a map=0000c61a
    EBP=02d948e0 caller: 02b53b7f map=00063b7f
    EBP=02d9497c caller: 02b04b13 map=00014b13
    EBP=02d94a94 caller: 02af00cf map=000000cf
    EBP=02d94aa4 caller: 02d256fe map=002356fe
    EBP=00000000 caller: 02d94ab0 map=002a4ab0  Startup

RE: DBase5 initialization error Code 3675


that problem is resolved! Peter, from the german dbase newsgroup, had the crucial hint.
The problem was the entry "files" in my config.nt file in %windir%\system32 directory. That entry must have a value more than "10".
On my systems run dbase.exe with Files=20 at this time.
I hope, anyone they get the same error message, can help this hint too.
Greetings from germany and happy 2008 around the world.

Ruediger Kutzik

RE: DBase5 initialization error Code 3675

Be prepared that even that number may be too low if you need to have many tables open.  Besides dBase itself needing a certain number of file handles for itself, each open table needs a file handle, then one for its indexes.  Depending on the application's needs, many programmers set their CONFIG.DB files= values to 60 or 80.

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