(RADIATOR) Radiator 3.5 & Rodopi 5.2sp3
hugh at open.com.au
Wed Jun 25 18:57:11 CDT 2003
Hello Tim -
The message appears to be complaining about a data conversion from a
string to a numeric.
It is not obvious to me from the log which field is causing the
problem, so you should check your database log to see exactly what is
happening. You may need to adjust the column definition in the database
to accomodate the data.
On Thursday, Jun 26, 2003, at 08:33 Australia/Melbourne, Tim Jung wrote:
> I was wondering if someone could tell me why I am getting these errors
> time to time in the Radiator log on my Linux box? It looks like it is
> getting data from the Remote Access server and isn't able to dump it
> the MS-SQL database that Rodopi uses.
> Wed Jun 25 17:20:43 2003: ERR: do failed for 'exec
> '00138AEE', 'Jun 25, 2003 17:16', 'paulhostkoetter', '220.127.116.11',
> 'Framed-User', 'PPP', '18.104.22.168', '6367240300',
> 'Stop', 0, 141096, 1550059, 1500, 3410, 4373, 'User-Request', 'Async',
> '45333/26400 V.90/V.42/V.42bis QC',
> '6367541208'': Server message number=8114 severity=16 state=1 line=0
> server=BILLINGprocedure=Interface_VircomDetailstext=Error converting
> type varchar to numeric.
> I don't get this every single time, but I do seem to get it often
> that it is annoying and messes with keeping track of multiple logins
> Let me know how to fix this or what I can do about it. Thanks.
> Tim Jung
> System Admin
> Internet Gateway
> tjung at igateway.net
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NB: have you included a copy of your configuration file (no secrets),
together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening?
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