• Subject: RE: Connection Timeout/Reset by Peer while in GUI
  • From: Martha Bayer <mbayer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 08:15:56 -0500

We are 6.0.02 C/S.  We experienced some timeout problems early in our
implementation although they were not in order entry, but in CEA.  I
increased the number of seconds to  timeout in the BPCS Client/Server
Specifications under Options/Workstation Settings for each of the PC's that
was experiencing the problem.  We have not had any more problems.

"I think... therefore I am single." - Liz Winstead
Martha Bayer
Badger Mining Corporation
920-361-2388
mbayer@badgerminingcorp.com


        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Gonzalez, Willie [SMTP:WGonzalez@phelpsd.com]
        Sent:   Tuesday, July 27, 1999 4:30 PM
        To:     BPCS-L@midrange.com
        Subject:        Connection Timeout/Reset by Peer while in GUI

        We are running BPCS 6.0.2 in a mixed mode environment. We are using
Client Access version  V3R2M0 service level 55446. 

        We have a single database running with multi countries accessing the
database. We are experiencing connection timeouts and reset by peer errors,
but only at one location and primary while accessing the COM order enter
program. The timeouts have been occurring during the refresh of the database
to the local workstation(which are Win/95) and also have occurred while
opening or creating a customer order.

        Has anyone encountered this problem. 

        Willie Gonzalez 
        Phelps Dodge HPC 
        
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