Thank you for replying. I found the file  upgrade.log and looked through 
it.  There was nothing useful to a layman there.  I renamed it and tried 
the first upgrade.  That failed with the same error. 

Reviewing the log file then showed that it liked everything until it 
started dealing with some of the Java stuff then it failed to finish. 
(This could also explain why so many Java Script pages fail when I view 
them.)  I was tempted to try an uninstall and reinstall but I already lost 
1/2 my e-mail, I don't feel like risking the rest.
 
Again, thanks for your reply.
_______________________
Booth Martin
Booth@MartinVT.com
http://www.MartinVT.com
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Sent by: owner-domino400@midrange.com
06/17/2000 06:35 AM
Please respond to DOMINO400

 
        To:     DOMINO400@midrange.com
        cc: 
        Subject:        Re: Lotus Notes

In a message dated 16/06/00 23:31:44 GMT Daylight Time, booth@martinvt.com 

writes:

> This isn't a Domino question, I hope you all will forgive me.
> 
>  I am using Lotus Notes 5.0 which was sent free with an AS/400 upgrade a 

>  while ago.  So far I love it (when I'm not hating it.) 
> 
>  I added the QMR updates and that was fine too, but something broke and 
in 
>  good Windows fashion I reinstalled Lotus Notes from the CD.  Now I can 
not 
>  apply any of the QMR updates.  In every instance I get an error message 

>  saying the versions don't match.  One of the versions should match 
>  shouldn't it?
> 
>  In any event, is there a fix or am I stuck out in no-where land??

I don't know the situation on AS/400 but on Windows NT the Incremental 
Installer creates an "update.log" file which contains the history of 
QMU/QMR 
updates.

When the incremental install program accesses that file and sees, say, a 
history of install to 5.0.2 it will (quite rightly in a sense) refuse to 
install, say, 5.0a. It might be worth renaming the update.log file 
(assuming 
there is one) and trying again to incremental install.

I would be interested to hear if that helps.
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