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Error messages in my log file (Global Lists)

Error messages in my log file (Global Lists)

Error messages in my log file (Global Lists)

(OP)
Two things:

1) I have two values in a GlobalList that appear on the day I place them in there, but the next day (after the system is backed up), the values are no longer there.

Any clues?

2) It may be related to the issue above. In the log file generated after the backup, are numerous error messages, but there are five in particular that re-iterate throughout the log.

•  27100 08/20/2002 09:06:30  Unhandled error building list for table department.
•  27100 08/20/2002 09:06:30  Unhandled error building list for table fmgfaultcode.
•  27100 08/20/2002 09:06:30  Unhandled error building list for table cause.
•  27083 08/20/2002 09:06:17  Bad arg(1) oper ;(macro.runner,evaluate.begin)
•  27083 08/20/2002 09:06:17  Cannot evalute expression(macro.runner,evaluate.begin)


Any idea why these error messages are appearing and do oyu think it may have any bearing on the disappearing values in my Global List?

birklea

birklea ~©¿©~ <><
I know what I know...don't presume that I know what I don't! Smithism!!!

RE: Error messages in my log file (Global Lists)

I guess this:
Cannot evalute expression(macro.runner,evaluate.begin)



is a point to work on.

Are you using a expresstion to build this Global Value?
If so.. I think you should check on that.


Bye from Germany..
Frank

RE: Error messages in my log file (Global Lists)

(OP)
Thanks Frank,

You may be right. I am not too familiar with the "behind the scenes" working of Service Center! How do I check the Expression builder thing?

birklea

birklea ~©¿©~ <><
I know what I know...don't presume that I know what I don't! Smithism!!!

RE: Error messages in my log file (Global Lists)

Just type

gl

in a command line.


Then search for your Global Value.
You will see if a expression is used or not.

Bye
Frank

Bye from Germany..
Frank

RE: Error messages in my log file (Global Lists)

Hi again...

any good news from you?

Bye from Germany..
Frank

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