Are you still able to connect to the AS/400 via CAE?  I had a problem like
that when upgrading people from older CA clients to CAE.  There was a
"codepage" bug or something where if they never changed their password, it
would refuse them logging on.

I had to blow out their password on the system and give them a new one.
They were then able to log on successfully.

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Richter" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2001 8:27 PM
Subject: cwbc01003 cae odbc error

> I am getting a CWBC01003 10055 error when I try to use an ODBC data source
> on my Win98, DSL/VPN connected to AS400, Client Access Express, AS400
> running V4R4,  latest service pack PC.
> The ODBC appl is MS Query.  I get the error immed after being prompted for
> and entering the AS400 logon user name and password.
> Before CAE, ODBC worked on this PC.
> The history log just shows the CWBC01003 10055 as the first significant
> The msg info alludes to the pc running out of resources.  This is not
> And I still get this error even after restarting the pc and running only
> and this MS Query.
> Thanks for the help,
> Steve Richter
> Here is the info from the cae history log:
> "cwbc01003 Winsock error. function GetHostByName( )  returned 10055 "
> CWBCO1003
> Cause
> An error occurred during communications. The name of the function that
> failed and its error code are specified.
> Recovery
> Check the list below for the error code specified in the message and take
> the action specified. If the function and/or error code in the message are
> not listed here, they may be listed in Informational APAR II10598 along
> cause and recovery information.
> 10055 - The TCP/IP provider has run out of resources to process your
> request.
> Your PC system may be too low on available memory, or you may have too
> programs that use TCP/IP running. End any unnecessary programs and try the
> action again. If this error still occurs, shutdown and re-start Windows,
> try the action again with as few other programs active as possible.
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