Jerry, you current on client side updates, is the host 5.4 as well, current
on ptfs. How does cwbping look.


On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 11:15 AM, Jerry C. Adams <midrange@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Starting today, whenever I try to expand the Databases tab in iNav, I get
an
error message: "An error occurred while attempting to initialize the list.
The requested operation cannot be performed because the server connection
was dropped."



I verified the connection and everything checked out okay.

I closed iNav (V5R4M0, by the way), waited a few minutes, and restarted it.
Same error.

Re-booted my PC. Same error.

Started history collection. No critical messages but I see an
informational
message that says, "CWBCO1045 Local address [mine]:1608 connected to
as-database ([System i IP address]:8471)". And later another informational
message: "CWBDB0035 Server returned SQL warning". Help said cause = "The
Database Access server returned an SQL warning" and suggested looking at
first and second level message text, but I can't find a joblog or even a
message file with it. Google and the archives both turned up empty.



I've used the database tab before because I use the IDE in it to define
SQL-DDL (much easier than trying to type it free-hand, don't you know). I
checked the iSeries servers and they are all started. Any ideas regarding
other things I should check would be appreciated.



Jerry C. Adams

IBM i Programmer/Analyst

When I was a kid and wanted to be older, this shit is not what I expected.

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