Hi,

I wrote a program which is executing a stored procedure in an
xa-enviroment. We are using Tuxedo 6.5 and ASE 11.5.1 and xaserver
11.1.1. on nt platforms.
I had set up a Testdatabase and an XASERVER.
We connecting via isql -STEST_SQL_14 -Usa -P<pwd>
the system prompts with isql prompt
the same is done when issuing isql -STEST_SQL_14_XA -Usa -P
the appropiate XAserver for TEST_SQL_14.
The scripts for xa-capabilities had been run.

The xaserver has been started & established the number of default
connection (25)
Then the Tuxedo stuff had been startet.

When executing a client program the ulog is showing the following error
messages:
124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: gtrid x0 x3860b596 x5: Info:
CS_SUCCEED
# : 149

124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: gtrid x0 x3860b596 x5: Info:
Server Msg
Severity: 14
124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: gtrid x0 x3860b596 x5: Info:
Fehler
124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: gtrid x0 x3860b596 x5: Info:
CT-Lib
Msg: ct_bind(): user api layer: external error: The connection has been
marked
dead.
124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: gtrid x0 x3860b596 x5: Info:
CT-Lib
Msg: ct_cancel(): user api layer: external error: Exactly one of
connection and
cmd must be non-NULL.
124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: gtrid x0 x3860b596 x5: Info:
CT-Lib
Msg: ct_cmd_drop(): user api layer: external error: The connection has
been
marked dead.
124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: gtrid x0 x3860b596 x5: Error:
ct_bind
failed
124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: gtrid x0 x3860b596 x5: Info:
CT-Lib
Msg: ct_command(): user api layer: external error: The connection has
been
marked dead.
124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: gtrid x0 x3860b596 x5: Info:
CT-Lib
Msg: ct_command(): user api layer: external error: The connection has
been
marked dead.
124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: gtrid x0 x3860b596 x5:
LIBTUX_CAT:1275:
ERROR: tpreturn TPESVCERR xa_end TMSUCCESS returned XAER_RMERR
124812.NT-RZB-TX-01!MDW_SYBSRV.409: LIBTUX_CAT:1397: WARN: tpreturn
transaction
processing failure

What's missing, what additionally has to be done?

Any help highly appreciated.

regards
Bernd Grandt bgrandt@dghyp.de