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cdi_sabu

Member Since 23 May 2006
Offline Last Active Feb 23 2018 07:19 AM
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PROSTAT in pro4.ini

23 February 2018 - 06:02 AM

Hi Pro-IV Gurus

 

Need your expert advice.

 

My requirement is to identify what all functions are being used by business users

 

While going through the various post, I have come across a post by ROB that PROSTAT Command is useful

 

I have put PROSTAT=R in pro4.ini config file in one of the Dev Servers to test

 

And as mentioned in the post by putting the above command it is creating ****.run file in SYSWOW64 Folder with the function name that was used by a user when they invoke pro-iv session

 

But the problem is I have to stop and start the pro-iv service to get the function name written in ****.run file otherwise it shows the size of file as 0

 

As it is a dev server no issues for me in stopping and starting the the pro-iv service, but I don't have that liberty to do the same in Production server

 

Appreciate your help with this

 

Also is there any command to get the Operator ID along with the functions used by that user too?

 

Thanks in advance

 

Regards,

Sabu


Bus and Task Error

28 July 2011 - 01:16 PM

Hi All

Once again Bus and Task Issue. Appreciate any help with the issue that I'm facing

and this time the Statuscode = 51 and Failreason = 117

Any help is much appreciated

Regards,
Sabu

Pro IV Bus and Task Error

26 May 2011 - 06:07 AM

Hi All

This is my first Post :-). Appreciate your help

While trying to run the Bus and Task, we are getting the following error

E:\Test>E:\APPS\P4TASK\P4TASK.EXE /task:TK_C_EDIBUS /params:TK_AP_CCN=BRH,TK_REV

IEW_ONLY=N, /user:Redwood:Redwood /env:GSS_PRO_RUN /oper:AP:AP /codiv:PTI

Machine name NOT specified, using localhost.doConnect: connect failed: Host 'U4V

DD2GAPPSIT5', port 5432

last WIN32 error 10061 / winsock error 10061: Connection refused

p4OpenPro4: sockOpen to bus daemon failed

No error

p4OpenPro4 failed: Last Error 1, StatusCode 1, FailReason 97, SubError 97



E:\Test>PAUSE

Press any key to continue . . .

Any help would be much appreciated

Regards
Sabu