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Error #47 Substring reference out of string - imzrjb

Error #47 Substring reference out of string - imzrjb

Error #47 Substring reference out of string - imzrjb

(OP)
Hi, when running a inventory sales analysis we are getting this error -

Error #47: Subtring reference out of string
Program: IMZRJB
Line: 1015

General Information
File: CON CON
Channel: 0
Key:

Last channel opened: 32767
Last Channel Accessed: 1

Application: Inventory Management (3.40)
L/M Level: 3.40
Bytes Free: 3,624,265
Serial Num. xxxxxxxx (not sure if that should be public ? )

program Stack
00050m:\IM\IMWRJA
07072M:\HOME\LIB\_winproc
09020M:\im\IMZRJB
02010M:\soa\SWERRM
07072:\HOME\lib\_winproc
08520m:\soa\swerrm

Open Files
Chan File
1 I/M INVENTORY MASTERFILE
2 I/M INVENTORY ITEM WHSE DETAIL
4 I/M PRODUCT LINE FILE
5 I/M WAREHOUSE CODE FILE
6 SYSTEM CONTROL FILE



RE: Error #47 Substring reference out of string - imzrjb

(OP)
i must of typed a few things in the attachment field on that post - there are no attachments.

RE: Error #47 Substring reference out of string - imzrjb

(OP)
Thanks dawn, even though its a diff program name - it still will work?

RE: Error #47 Substring reference out of string - imzrjb

(OP)
Yes it gave some weird chars when we did Type ? K3$ - we did a rebuild of keys and it took care of everything. Thanks a million for your help!

RE: Error #47 Substring reference out of string - imzrjb

(OP)
gave = got*

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