Hello Jan, 

As far as I am aware your company has support for the BPCS product, so you 
should really call the APJ support center to investigate the reasons for these 
trace files. 

In 6.0.04 there was one early cumulative where a program was shipped out with 
debug turned on and you need to get a new copy of the program to turn it off. 
It could be that you need BMR 41645 which was completed in 1998. Because that 
BMR is so old and Newi has changed so many times since 1998, it is possible you 
simply need the latest version of Newi (2.5) from the FTP site but you can 
speak to the support center to find out for certain. The 2.5 Newi version is 
compatible with 6004 April 1998 cumulative and higher BPCS releases.

The client-side checkbox for 'debug tracing' only applies to the Fat Client 
(ALAUNCH) architecture, and does not apply to the Newi Thin Client programs at 
all so that box has no bearing on the files you are seeing. 

Normally the Newi tracing option was to be turned on only at the direction of 
the SSA support center for doing a debug trace, so there is no end-user 
documentation relating to this function. 

Thanks,

Genyphyr Novak
Senior System Software Engineer
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   1. RE: Errors from newi jobs (Jan S. Kj?r )


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date: Sat, 25 Jun 2005 23:00:59 +0200
from: "Jan S. Kj?r " <jsk@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: [BPCS-L] Errors from newi jobs

Hi Mr. Nowak

Thanks very much for your reply.

We are running 6.0.4 - and are not using SMG's.
These messages are places in spoolfiles, which our BPCS-enviroment creates 
during start/stop of the diffrent jobs - so we have many of these. Very 
many...

I'm not sure, if they being there the whole time, maybe - but I'm looking 
into uptimaze our BPCS-enviroment - and it was during this work, I looked 
into this huge numbers of spoolfiles...

Debug ?? The debug flag in the client is always setoff, in our place.

Can you specify, why exactly these 2 messages appear ? Or maybe where to 
some documentation?

:-)

Best regards
Jan Schou Leth-Kjær
IT Manager

Direct: +45 8743 5191
Mobile:+45 2173 2176

Elopak Denmark A/S
Hovmarken 8
DK-8520  Lystrup
Denmark
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Hello, 

What release of BPCS or Newi are you running? Are you running SMGs or is
this appearing in spooled files relating to BPCS jobs. 

Was this output always there or did it suddenly start appearing
recently? It looks like a debug tracing has been enabled somewhere in
the product.

Thanks, 

Genyphyr Novak
Senior System Software Engineer
SSA Global R&D
 
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date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 10:03:41 +0200
from: "Jan S. Kj?r " <jsk@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] Errors from newi jobs

Hi all

We are receiving a lot of error-print from our newi jobs.

It contain different kind of information, but look like this:

Example-1:
parseFieldSDS
parseFieldSDS
parseFieldSDS
parseFieldSDS
parseFieldSDS
parseFieldSDS 

This can continue sometime for many pages.....

Example-2:
Return code from Newi 4
EndTransaction: Return code from Newi 4 Return code from Newi 4
EndTransaction: Return code from Newi 4 Return code from Newi 4
EndTransaction: Return code from Newi 4 

Again this can continue sometome for many pages....

Can someone explain how to avoid this print-files - and I very much like
some documentation, how to control and correct the NEWI part, if
possible..

Thanks :-)

Jan



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