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Error(FOC227) THE FOCEXEC PROCEDURE CANNOT BE FOUND: DPCIIN FOCEXEC *

Error(FOC227) THE FOCEXEC PROCEDURE CANNOT BE FOUND: DPCIIN FOCEXEC *

Error(FOC227) THE FOCEXEC PROCEDURE CANNOT BE FOUND: DPCIIN FOCEXEC *

(OP)
Hi,

I am trying to run a WebFocus FEX procedure from a push button of HTML form.

My code in the push button click is the following


function ClickButton1()
{
window.location.href = "http://wapux003.target.com/cgi-bin/ibi_cgi/ibiweb.exe?IBIF_ex=DPCIIN";;

}

where DPCIIN is the FEX procedure.

But it is giving the following error

(FOC227) THE FOCEXEC PROCEDURE CANNOT BE FOUND: DPCIIN  FOCEXEC *

How do I resolve this?

Thanks
Thambaiya

RE: Error(FOC227) THE FOCEXEC PROCEDURE CANNOT BE FOUND: DPCIIN FOCEXEC *

Hi Thambaiya,

Funny, I had the same problem last week. This is how it came into being in my report. Maybe it helps you to fix your problem.

I called the procedure from a login panel. I created the login as a simple HTML file. There I needed to specify on which server the WebFocus procedure is stored. And I specified the wrong one. Maybe ask your administrator about that.

This is how I set the parameter (I submit it with the login form):

<input type="hidden" name="IBIC_server" value="COSDA">

Hope it helps.
Eva

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