• Subject: Re: tn5250: crash
  • From: Scott Klement <klemscot@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 17:02:53 -0600 (CST)


I've been having this exact same problem for many versions now, and have
posted tracefiles many times.  Unfortunately (until now) I was the only
one who seemed to be able to make it happen!

And yes, I still get it in the current (or least within a week or so of
being current) code from CVS.



On Fri, 17 Mar 2000, Sean Porterfield wrote:

> I'm using code from CVS downloaded in Feb.  I was trying to edit a few
> records in DFU and my session disappeard.  I enabled a trace and
> recreated the crash.  Tracefile ends with:
> ---------------------------------
> Processing CC2 0x18.
> Handling buffered key.
> @key 338
> tn5250_display_do_aidkey (0xF5) called.
> SendFields: Number of fields: 4
> SendFields: row = 1; col = 20; aid = 0xf5
> BUG!!! Trying to transmit fields when This->read_opcode = 0x00.
> 
> Assertion 0 failed at session.c, line 339.
> ---------------------------------
> 
> I pressed page down before the screen had updated.  It works fine if
> I key slowly and patiently (but that rarely happens!)  I'd be happy to
> send the whole tracefile if requested.
> 
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