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problem with APS

problem with APS

problem with APS

(OP)
Hi I have problem with my APS for some reason every midnight is stop and restart is it usuall behaver or how can I stop is .

Thanks

RE: problem with APS

Hello

Do you have the APS service set as an NT service?
Is it set to automatic?
Does your APS server reboot overnight?

RE: problem with APS

(OP)
yes it is

RE: problem with APS

Italy,

What database are you using for the APS system? Does this get taken down for backup every night? I have a client who was using Oracle 7 who had exactly the same issue - services would not restart after a shut down for backup of Oracle7, we solved it by moving the APS database to Oracle 8

David C. Monks
david.monks@chase-international.com
http://www.chase-international.com
Accredited Crystal Decisions Enterprise Partner

RE: problem with APS

(OP)
yes I have the database on oracle 7 what is the reason for this behavor?? and speaking of database I moved the data base from access to oracle and it is migrated manually so some gap there in the records and there is an index as you know here is explain

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so in the middle there is a cap there and every thing new it know written after the last index is there any way to elimenet this problem.

many thanks

RE: problem with APS

Italy, Not sure I kmow why Oracle 7 stops the services from restarting automatically - the client used to have to do a manual restart every time until we moved to Oracle 8. I would suggest that if you can you do the same.

You say you migrated the APS database manually - did you use the Data Source Expert in the Configuration Manager? If not then you should be VERY careful as we have had probelms with APS db corruption at other clients who have done this. I suggest you use the DSE to move the data back into Access and then use the DSE to move it back again into Oracle - this should clear up your indexing problems

David C. Monks
david.monks@chase-international.com
http://www.chase-international.com
Accredited Crystal Decisions Enterprise Partner

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