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what causes error 6602?

4 posts in Networking Last posting was on 2007-03-09 15:41:48.0Z
Corinna Posted on 2007-03-08 16:16:20.0Z
Date: Thu, 08 Mar 2007 10:16:20 -0600
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I have a new installation where one workstation works fine and the other
returns a 6002 error. I have never seen this error before and I'm not
sure what it means or how to troubleshoot. I looked for a firewall but
there was none on that machine.

Where do I start?

-Corinna


Edgar Sherman Posted on 2007-03-08 20:32:20.0Z
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Corinna,

I assume you are talking about 6602 error from the subject and not the
6002 from the message body, if this is incorrect let me know.

I would suggest increasing the timeout value for the client in the ads.ini.

Here is the link to the ads.ini overview from the help file. Look at
the section MAX_TIMEOUTS and see if setting this value to a higher
number helps out.

http://devzone.advantagedatabase.com/dz/webhelp/Advantage8.1/advantage.htm#server1/ads_ini_file_support.htm

Also, you might try decreasing the packet size. (See PACKET_SIZE in the
same help page). If this resolves your error, then there might be an
issue with the clients network setup. You might try re-installing
TCP/IP and/or the Network card. Or you can leave it, but there is a
possibility for slower performance.

Edgar Sherman
Advantage Support

Corinna wrote:
> I have a new installation where one workstation works fine and the other
> returns a 6002 error. I have never seen this error before and I'm not
> sure what it means or how to troubleshoot. I looked for a firewall but
> there was none on that machine.
>
> Where do I start?
>
> -Corinna


Corinna Posted on 2007-03-09 14:17:21.0Z
Date: Fri, 09 Mar 2007 08:17:21 -0600
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Edgar Sherman wrote:
> I assume you are talking about 6602 error from the subject and not the
> 6002 from the message body, if this is incorrect let me know.

Whoops, yes, it's error 6602. I mistyped.

I will try your suggestions and see if they work. Thanks.

-Corinna


Corinna Posted on 2007-03-09 15:41:48.0Z
Date: Fri, 09 Mar 2007 09:41:48 -0600
From: Corinna <corinna@vestanotes.com>
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Edgar Sherman wrote:
> Also, you might try decreasing the packet size.

Yay! This worked. Thank you. (Maybe these suggestions should be added to
the help on error 6602?)

I warned our customer that they may see slower performance, and they may
want to check the network setup on that computer. They contract with a
3rd party to maintain their computers so I don't know if they will want
to act, as long as our software is running ok.

-Corinna