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NLNWADVT error

2 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 1997-10-28 23:03:25.0Z
the.maxx Posted on 1997-10-27 17:38:28.0Z
From: the.maxx@usa.net
Subject: NLNWADVT error
Date: Mon, 27 Oct 1997 17:38:28 GMT
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Running Sybase Cental on NT 4.0 (server and workstation) sometimes
generates an exception in NLNWADVT.EXE and thus Dr.Waston is launched.
However, the system runs normally.

Is there a fix for this? I am currently running SQL Anywhere patched
to 5.5.0.3 and SQL Server 11.0.3


David Webb Posted on 1997-10-28 23:03:25.0Z
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Date: Tue, 28 Oct 1997 15:03:25 -0800
From: David Webb <dwebb@nwrain.com>
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the.maxx@usa.net wrote:
>
> Running Sybase Cental on NT 4.0 (server and workstation) sometimes
> generates an exception in NLNWADVT.EXE and thus Dr.Waston is launched.
> However, the system runs normally.
>
> Is there a fix for this? I am currently running SQL Anywhere patched
> to 5.5.0.3 and SQL Server 11.0.3

I've had this problem on a Windows '95 machine running newer versions of
open client. I had multiple copies of the NLNWADVT.EXE file. After I
removed the ones not installed by my newest version of Open Client,
everything was fine.

David Webb
Frank Russell Company