|Date: ||Mon, 12 Feb 1996 21:15:18 1000|
|Reply-To: ||"Alex M. Wolf" <wolfam@WERPLE.NET.AU>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||"Alex M. Wolf" <wolfam@WERPLE.NET.AU>|
|Subject: ||Re: AF/FRAME 6.11 on Win 3.11 Problems.|
Jules and SAS-L members,
Thanks for the suggestions to my problem.
I have solved the problem in a way that was unexpected by myself:
One of Windows 3.11's main claim to fame was it's 32 bit File Access facility, unfortunately slightly flaky in some circumstances. With it enabled, the bizarre DSID resolution occurred, with it switched off, no problems at all !
It appears that SAS 6.11 does strange things for win 3.11 and probably was never tested on this version of windows.
Thanks again all
From: Jules Bosch[SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, 12 February 1996 2:19
To: Alex M. Wolf
Subject: Re: AF/FRAME 6.11 on Win 3.11 Problems.
Please excuse any response I provide if it seems trite. If you are running
TESTAF, are there any SUBMIT blocks in the SCL behind the frame? If so, the
code within the SUBMIT block will not execute. Therefore, run the frame
entry from the DM Program Editor via the command af
Also, is the data set already opened with a mode other than 'I' (read only)
which might have it locked up?
Let me know what happens.