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CTS::PBUserException issue when generating tlb

4 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-02-23 16:28:37.0Z
Steve LeClair Posted on 2000-02-14 17:59:32.0Z
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From: "Steve LeClair" <steve@p21.com>
Subject: CTS::PBUserException issue when generating tlb
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 12:59:32 -0500
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With Jag 3.5 when I generate the "tlb/reg" files for my PB7.2 components for
use with the ActiveX proxy I get the following complaint in the srv.log:

Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: The following IDL constructs are not presently
Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: supported by the ActiveX Proxy and have been
Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: ignored by the TLB Generator:
Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: Construct Scoped Name
Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: --------------------------------------------------
Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: exception CTS::PBUserException
Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:

My guess is that this can be safely ignored since my ASP page client doesn't
have a corresponding exception interface. Is there anything I need to do
different to better support error handling with ASP?

TIA...Steve


Evan Ireland Posted on 2000-02-14 21:24:26.0Z
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Steve LeClair wrote:
>
> With Jag 3.5 when I generate the "tlb/reg" files for my PB7.2 components for
> use with the ActiveX proxy I get the following complaint in the srv.log:
>
> Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
> Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: The following IDL constructs are not presently
> Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: supported by the ActiveX Proxy and have been
> Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: ignored by the TLB Generator:
> Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
> Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: Construct Scoped Name
> Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: --------------------------------------------------
> Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: exception CTS::PBUserException
> Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
>
> My guess is that this can be safely ignored since my ASP page client doesn't
> have a corresponding exception interface. Is there anything I need to do
> different to better support error handling with ASP?

Please file an enhancement request, and send me the number. We have done the
engineering work for this, but in terms of releasing it in any particular
product version, having requests from customers is what matters.
________________________________________________________________________________

Evan Ireland Sybase EA Server Engineering eireland@sybase.com
Wellington - New Zealand +64 4 934-5856


Evan Ireland Posted on 2000-02-15 00:08:08.0Z
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Steve,

You can quote CR# 213819.

Evan Ireland wrote:
>
> Steve LeClair wrote:
> >
> > With Jag 3.5 when I generate the "tlb/reg" files for my PB7.2 components for
> > use with the ActiveX proxy I get the following complaint in the srv.log:
> >
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: The following IDL constructs are not presently
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: supported by the ActiveX Proxy and have been
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: ignored by the TLB Generator:
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: Construct Scoped Name
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: --------------------------------------------------
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: exception CTS::PBUserException
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
> >
> > My guess is that this can be safely ignored since my ASP page client doesn't
> > have a corresponding exception interface. Is there anything I need to do
> > different to better support error handling with ASP?
>
> Please file an enhancement request, and send me the number. We have done the
> engineering work for this, but in terms of releasing it in any particular
> product version, having requests from customers is what matters.
> ________________________________________________________________________________
>
> Evan Ireland Sybase EA Server Engineering eireland@sybase.com
> Wellington - New Zealand +64 4 934-5856

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________________________________________________________________________________

Evan Ireland Sybase EA Server Engineering eireland@sybase.com
Wellington - New Zealand +64 4 934-5856


Lou Castaldo Posted on 2000-02-23 16:28:37.0Z
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We're having the same problem.

Evan Ireland wrote:

> Steve LeClair wrote:
> >
> > With Jag 3.5 when I generate the "tlb/reg" files for my PB7.2 components for
> > use with the ActiveX proxy I get the following complaint in the srv.log:
> >
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: The following IDL constructs are not presently
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: supported by the ActiveX Proxy and have been
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: ignored by the TLB Generator:
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: Construct Scoped Name
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: --------------------------------------------------
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000: exception CTS::PBUserException
> > Feb 14 12:50:44 2000:
> >
> > My guess is that this can be safely ignored since my ASP page client doesn't
> > have a corresponding exception interface. Is there anything I need to do
> > different to better support error handling with ASP?
>
> Please file an enhancement request, and send me the number. We have done the
> engineering work for this, but in terms of releasing it in any particular
> product version, having requests from customers is what matters.
> ________________________________________________________________________________
>
> Evan Ireland Sybase EA Server Engineering eireland@sybase.com
> Wellington - New Zealand +64 4 934-5856