TCPLIB

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Abraxis
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Re: TCPLIB

Post by Abraxis »

[quote=daniel_spain post_id=158 time=1597533346 user_id=65]
Abraxis wrote:
> daniel_spain wrote:
> > Abraxis wrote:
> > > [quote=robmich post_id=126 time=<a href="tel:1597368832">1597368832</a> user_id=79]
> > > Which offline utilities are you trying to run? Are you getting the big red
> > > box while in the menu tree program?
> > >
> > > Rob
> > > [/quote]
> > >
> > > Yup, that’s one of them. The names of the others escape me right now.
> >
> > you're running 3.30 right? there should be no TCPLIB file dependencies.
> > you claim 20 years ago, were you running wg2 then and upgraded to 3.30 now?
> > i'm telling ya this brings back a dejavu.... i remember this exact bug where it
> > was telling me TCPLIBM was missing. but this was a wg2 issue. Trying to think
> > in terms of 3.30 what would be calling it, send a shot of *.MDF and *.DMD
> > it will only tell you that if an addon is not disabled that has a requirement in
> the
> > MDF file to require TCPLIB
> >
> > like so:
> >
> > [example]
> > ; TCPMIDEC.MDF
> >
> > Module Name: TCP/IP Mime Decoder
> >
> > Developer: Vircom Inc. [SDU]
> >
> > INTERNAL
> > UNCONDITIONAL
> >
> > Requires: TCPLIB TCPSMTP
> > Replaces:
> >
> > Install:
> >
> > Online user manual:
> >
> > DLLs: TCPMIDEC
> > MSGs:
> >
> > Btrieve page size:
> > Btrieve files:
> >
> > Cleanup:
> >
> > Event-1:
> > Event-2:
> > Event-3:
> > Event-4:
> >
> > Add-On Utility:
> >
> > I need:
> >
> > [/example]
> >
> > in the above MDF file notice the Requires: TCPLIB? so if remove TCPLIB.MDF it
> will
> > throw that error you're getting.
> > and removal can be physical removal or disabling by renaming it to TCPLIB.DMD
> >
> > type WGSDMOD and look at your disabled addons, if none when it gives you the
> error
> > tell me what module is giving the error.
>
> Haven’t been able to find the culprit, guess I will just disable most of the modules,
> and reenable them one by one as I restart the server each time.
>
> On a somewhat related note, I am suffering from an embarrassment of riches here: I
> own almost every piece of web/internet software out there, and am wondering about the
> best combination to use for a multi homed multiple website system that I hope to get
> up and running soon.
>
> I own:
>
> Murk works Worldsock
> Webblaster Nt?
> Gcomms ICO “of course”
> Vircom AMIS, DMS client, Radius, TCPWEB2, and I think a couple more. Only one I don’t
> own is DMA server I think.
> Weblines
>
> The easy way would be to use the Vircom stuff, I believe, but no support....
>
> Your thoughts are appreciated!

TCPWEB2 is the culprit. Thats the Major TCP/IP WEB server. Check TCPWEB2.MDM i believe its the web server.
[/quote]

Yep, that was it. Finally found it!
Thanks
Abraxis/Len
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daniel_spain
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Re: TCPLIB

Post by daniel_spain »

Abraxis wrote:
> [quote=daniel_spain post_id=158 time=1597533346 user_id=65]
> Abraxis wrote:
> > daniel_spain wrote:
> > > Abraxis wrote:
> > > > [quote=robmich post_id=126 time=<a
> href="tel:1597368832">1597368832</a> user_id=79]
> > > > Which offline utilities are you trying to run? Are you getting the
> big red
> > > > box while in the menu tree program?
> > > >
> > > > Rob
> > > > [/quote]
> > > >
> > > > Yup, that’s one of them. The names of the others escape me right now.
> > >
> > > you're running 3.30 right? there should be no TCPLIB file dependencies.
> > > you claim 20 years ago, were you running wg2 then and upgraded to 3.30 now?
> > > i'm telling ya this brings back a dejavu.... i remember this exact bug
> where it
> > > was telling me TCPLIBM was missing. but this was a wg2 issue. Trying to
> think
> > > in terms of 3.30 what would be calling it, send a shot of *.MDF and *.DMD
> > > it will only tell you that if an addon is not disabled that has a
> requirement in
> > the
> > > MDF file to require TCPLIB
> > >
> > > like so:
> > >
> > > [example]
> > > ; TCPMIDEC.MDF
> > >
> > > Module Name: TCP/IP Mime Decoder
> > >
> > > Developer: Vircom Inc. [SDU]
> > >
> > > INTERNAL
> > > UNCONDITIONAL
> > >
> > > Requires: TCPLIB TCPSMTP
> > > Replaces:
> > >
> > > Install:
> > >
> > > Online user manual:
> > >
> > > DLLs: TCPMIDEC
> > > MSGs:
> > >
> > > Btrieve page size:
> > > Btrieve files:
> > >
> > > Cleanup:
> > >
> > > Event-1:
> > > Event-2:
> > > Event-3:
> > > Event-4:
> > >
> > > Add-On Utility:
> > >
> > > I need:
> > >
> > > [/example]
> > >
> > > in the above MDF file notice the Requires: TCPLIB? so if remove TCPLIB.MDF
> it
> > will
> > > throw that error you're getting.
> > > and removal can be physical removal or disabling by renaming it to
> TCPLIB.DMD
> > >
> > > type WGSDMOD and look at your disabled addons, if none when it gives you
> the
> > error
> > > tell me what module is giving the error.
> >
> > Haven’t been able to find the culprit, guess I will just disable most of the
> modules,
> > and reenable them one by one as I restart the server each time.
> >
> > On a somewhat related note, I am suffering from an embarrassment of riches here:
> I
> > own almost every piece of web/internet software out there, and am wondering
> about the
> > best combination to use for a multi homed multiple website system that I hope to
> get
> > up and running soon.
> >
> > I own:
> >
> > Murk works Worldsock
> > Webblaster Nt?
> > Gcomms ICO “of course”
> > Vircom AMIS, DMS client, Radius, TCPWEB2, and I think a couple more. Only one I
> don’t
> > own is DMA server I think.
> > Weblines
> >
> > The easy way would be to use the Vircom stuff, I believe, but no support....
> >
> > Your thoughts are appreciated!
>
> TCPWEB2 is the culprit. Thats the Major TCP/IP WEB server. Check TCPWEB2.MDM i
> believe its the web server.
> [/quote]
>
> Yep, that was it. Finally found it!
> Thanks

Worldgroup can never beat me! glad you're off and running.

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