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Christian.lanctot@jonas

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Error 99 in *openlib on line 46
« on: September 14, 2018, 09:36:22 AM »
We're getting this weird error 99 on a FOR SFX$ FROM SFX_LIST$

My understanding is this form of FOR has been in the language since 8.01. So why the error 99 on version 15 ?

This is version 15 in our QA department. We have version 15 on our development server and it works fine.

->sfx_list$="a,b,c,d,"
->goto 46
->.
0046 FOR SFX$ FROM SFX_LIST$
1>.
2>?err
 99
2>exit
1>pkg
PxPlus Type         = Professional
Expiry Date         = none
User Count          = 10
Version Information = 15000001 / Activation Level 15

*****  Activated Packages  *****
20001  Internet Toolkit                 20003  SSL Support
20004  Multiple Image Type Support      20005  Smart Controls
20006  Chart Control                    20007  Customizer
20008  Views                            20010  BBx Keyed File Read
20011  OLE Server                       20012  Report Writer
20013  Thin Client Plug-in              20014  MySQL
20017  Native Oracle Support            20018  Native DB2 Support
20019  ADO Interface to MS Sql          21020  eSignature

*****  Non-Activated Packages  *****
20002  Web Server                       20009  Application Server
20015  XML                              20020  PxServer
20021  MyTiles

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Re: Error 99 in *openlib on line 46
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2018, 09:50:12 AM »
This type of error should be reported on our Help desk, however the problem is likely that the system does have the PxPlus extensions enabled.

Normally if PxPlus extensions are enabled you will see the following in the PKG output:

*****  Separately Activated Packages  *****
7587   PxPlus Enabled                 Expiry Date=none

Your output does not show this as enabled thus you don't have access to PxPlus extended capabilities.

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Re: Error 99 in *openlib on line 46
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2018, 12:07:41 PM »
Ah that was it. Could the pxplus enabled be shown in the non-activate package to avoid confusion?