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Subj:   Multitool Doesn't Work
 
From:   Anomy Anom

<-- Anonymously Posted: Wednesday, December 24, 2003 21:06 -->

First, Sorry that my English is not very well.

In my situation,Teradata is installed under Microsoft Windows 2000. Multitool could run correctly on the server end. But when I use multitool on client end, it doesn't work. I'm sure I've grant CNS permission to the connection ID, but every time I run multitool it appears the CNS Connection dialog:

"Administrator@'cut' error message
Does not have CNS permission on ... "


here error message is Chinese information (our Windows 2000 is for Chinese) which means that it's not a correct command, nor an internal command.

I don't know why it's not the really host id but such information followed '@'. Does it's the reason why my multitool run incorrectly?

If I select Yes in the CNS Connection dialog, it's a blue question mark in the DBS area, and an upward-pointing green arrow in the PDE area. Then an error message box occurs with message :

"Caught Exception in CtlUI.refreshInterface
java.lang.NumberFormatException: Not Set"


After I click OK button in the error message box, a downward-pointing red arrow displayed in the DBS area, I think it's not the really DBS state.

I see such information from session window:

"C:\>
  csh
  'csh' is neither an internal command, nor an runnable command

 C:\> set prompt = 'multitool-unix}'
  set prompt = 'multitool-unix}'

 C:\>stty intr '^c' kill '^x'
  stty intr '^c' kill '^x'
  'stty' is neither an internal command, nor an runnable command

 C:\pdepath -c
  pdepath -c
  C:\Program Files\NCR\TDAT\tbConfig

  .... "

here 'is neither an internal command, nor an runnable command' is information I translated from Chinese to English. From the information in session window I see the command is for unix, but not for Windows.

Does that correct?

Any one of you have any clue? Thanks a lot.

Merry Christmas



     
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