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Not getting full record return

Not getting full record return

Not getting full record return

(OP)
I am using WebFOCUS on a WinNT box that is talking to a VMS box that has the FOCUS DB as well as EDA server.  When i run the web-reports that we've created (by augmenting .FEX files) I don't get a full response in data.  While looking at the config files, there were two entries which i don't fully understand: maximum_q = and queue_limit= (in the edaserve config file) I tried changing the values but I couldn't seem to get it to return everything.  It doesn't seem to be stopping at a perticular record, it almost seems to be at a perticular bit count or something.  Has anyone encountered this before?  any help would be great!
thanks,

RE: Not getting full record return

When you say "I don't get a full response in data", what DO you get? Do you get a partial report (incomplete data), do you get an error message, do you get something else?

RE: Not getting full record return

You need to be more specific about the problem.  Max queue and queue limit has to do with how many users can connect to the server.  If you reach the limit of the max agents, then users will either be rejected if queuing is turned off, or they will wait if queuing is turned on.

RE: Not getting full record return

(OP)
ok, when i mean "not getting full report" it seems to be truncating the data.  And it doesn't seem to be at one perticular point.  IE, lets say i'm quereing three colums of data, it will go to like 25 rows, but not complete the 26th (of say 100)...it will like spit out the first two colums of data but not the third in that row, nor will it continue onward......I was thinking that the session was being terminated early (a FIN was sent before all the data was passed) but i sniffed the traffic durring a querey, and that didn't seem to be it.  There aren't more then a hand-full of users using it...and i wouldn't say that there would be even more then one accessing data a any given moment (This is because we only have a few of our FOCUS reports ported to WebFOCUS, the remainder are on our VMS/FOCUS machine).  I hope this gives you more information.  And it would be really great if you knew an answer, but it just seems too bizzar to really have much of an answer.  Thanks for the help!!!!!!!

RE: Not getting full record return

I can't see any reason why the session would get terminated during a query.  My guess would be that there is something in the data that either WebFOCUS or IE doesn't like.  If this is an HTML report, do a View Source on the HTML and see if the rest of the data is there.  Instead of a report, try HOLDing the answer set in a text file.  Does this contain all of the data?

RE: Not getting full record return

(OP)
Thanks for the help! so far nothing has grabed our attention as to why this is happening as well.  We are in the process in moving the WebFOCUS server off WinNT and over to Win2K with more resources, so hopefully (i wouldn't understand why, but...) With a fresh install of everything, our issues will be worked out.

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