Write Error


R

Rich

We have four registers that we have been running for two years with RMS.
Recently we started to use the 4th one again after a long time and everyother
transaction activates a Write Error. None of the other registers have the
problems including one that hasn't been used for the same amount of time as
the fourth and there have been no significant changes to any computer besides
microsoft updates for XP. Help Please
 
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M

Mihir Shah

Are all registers on the same RMS version. ?
What is the version # ?
Have you upgraded to Service Pack 2 or 3 on all machines ?

Mihir
Diviasoft, Inc
www.diviasoft.com
 
R

Rich

They are all on the same version. They are using the same Database. The are
using the same router. I believe they are running service pack 2. The
strangest thing is that it is only that one register the other three have no
problems.
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Rich O''''''''Boyle
IT Tech
Lundeens Liquors


Mihir Shah said:
Are all registers on the same RMS version. ?
What is the version # ?
Have you upgraded to Service Pack 2 or 3 on all machines ?

Mihir
Diviasoft, Inc
www.diviasoft.com
 
M

Mihir Shah

Can you let me know the exact error ?

Mihir

Rich said:
They are all on the same version. They are using the same Database. The
are
using the same router. I believe they are running service pack 2. The
strangest thing is that it is only that one register the other three have
no
problems.
 
R

Rich

The error reads Write Error The System Does Not Recognize the Command
 
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M

Mihir Shah

I think that you are getting this error because of changes made without
doing a Z-report on the workstation.
Make a list of all open batches in the SO Manager.
Than you need to do a Z-report on all machines and closed any open batches
in the system.
(Once a batch is closed it will creat another open batch which you can leave
open)
Than restart the machine and you should be ok.

Let me know if you still have a problem.

Mihir
Diviasoft, Inc
(e-mail address removed)
www.diviasoft.com
 
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