?Help Status Code 91, NT Server, NT Workstation, Btrieve 7.00.200 
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 ?Help Status Code 91, NT Server, NT Workstation, Btrieve 7.00.200

We continue to receive status code 91 on the NT workstation trying to access
the DOS database located on the NT server.  We are using the latest and
greatest Btrieve for NT and can successfully invoke the requester from the
NT workstation, however, once the program tries to execute, we get the
Status Code 91.

Articles found in the knowledge bases of Pervasive and Microsoft led us to
set specific frame types, modify the registries to non-zero internal network
numbers and set MinPacketSizes all with no success.

Does anyone know whether NT service pack 4 could fix this, there is no
mention in the readme files...

 Any help is appreciated.

Mark Libby
Network Systems, Inc.



Sat, 28 Jul 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 ?Help Status Code 91, NT Server, NT Workstation, Btrieve 7.00.200

I'm sorry to be such a stickler, but there really is no such thing as a DOS
database when talking about Btrieve. There are either v5, v6, or v7 files
(there are older ones but 5 goes back a decade so I figure that's enough for
this discussion). As for the 91, there is some sort of networking problem
between your systems. Even though you can see the server from the
workstation Btrieve uses connection oriented protocols for very good reasons
(like SPX or TCP) rather than the protocols most OSs and programs use like
IPX or IP. What protocol are you trying to use and which version (the latest
and greatest doesn't really assure me that you are using 6.15.451 on both
the server and the client) of Btrieve for NT are you using? There are also
papers which can help you at ftp://ftp.pervasive.com/support/refshelf/ as
well as a diagnostic program called SmartScout which is freely available
from the Pervasive Web site in a package called Diags10.exe at
http://www.pervasive.com/support/updates/toolbox.html. Lastly on NT4
workstation Microsoft's SErvice Pack 3 broke IPX/SPX completely. I think
it's fixed in SP4 but SP4 may have other problems, check and see if you can
get the 16 or 32 bit Windows requesters working from that workstation or see
if a Win95 workstation or a DOS workstation works. That will tell us a lot
about what is wrong. I would highly suggest that you call Pervasive Support
(though it will be a paid call) because there are a lot of factors that
affect connectivity for a Btrieve Client/Server system. Pervasive has
training classes in Austin that teach you all about this and allow you to
get hands on fixing some of this and Pervasive.SQL which has been out a year
and is the successor to Btrieve 6.15 fixes about 98% of these types of
problems so it's well worth the investment.

Regards,
JohnR

Quote:

>We continue to receive status code 91 on the NT workstation trying to
access
>the DOS database located on the NT server.  We are using the latest and
>greatest Btrieve for NT and can successfully invoke the requester from the
>NT workstation, however, once the program tries to execute, we get the
>Status Code 91.

>Articles found in the knowledge bases of Pervasive and Microsoft led us to
>set specific frame types, modify the registries to non-zero internal
network
>numbers and set MinPacketSizes all with no success.

>Does anyone know whether NT service pack 4 could fix this, there is no
>mention in the readme files...

> Any help is appreciated.

>Mark Libby
>Network Systems, Inc.



Wed, 29 Aug 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 
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