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The Question is:

     I run the C script  on the Alpha machine and get this error messagge:
%SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=00, virtual
 address=0000000000842C6C, PC=00000000006C5590, PS=0000001B
%TRACE-F-TRACEBACK, symbolic stack dump follows
  image    module    routine             line      rel PC           abs PC
 ORACLIENT_V816  LXDGET  lxdgetobj      75072 0000000000000040 00000000006C5590
 ORACLIENT_V816  LXPDLOAD  lxpdload     74908 00000000000001CC 00000000006B51FC
 ORACLIENT_V816  LXHCURR  lxhcurrlangid
                                        75488 0000000000000118 00000000006A5F58
 ORACLIENT_V816  LXHNLAN  lxhnlangid    75310 0000000000000044 00000000006AC214
 ORACLIENT_V816  KPUINI  kpuinit0      665499 0000000000004EBC 000000000021442C
 ORACLIENT_V816  KPUINI  kpuinit       665169 00000000000047B8 0000000000213D28
 ORACLIENT_V816  OCI8  OCIEnvInit      227248 00000000000002E8 00000000001B0928
 ORACLIENT_V816  SQLEXP  sqgctx        232657 0000000000008460 00000000002807D0
 ORACLIENT_V816  SQLEXP  sqgrct        232607 0000000000008320 0000000000280690
 ORACLIENT_V816  SQLENT  sqlcmex       230934 0000000000000478 000000000026D968
 ORACLIENT_V816  SQLENT  sqlcxt        231233 0000000000000E54 000000000026E344
 FQRBUDGJ  GUAORAC2  login               8515 0000000000000240 0000000000049A90
 FQRBUDGJ  FQRBUDGJ  main                9866 000000000000012C 000000000003012C
 FQRBUDGJ  FQRBUDGJ  __main                 0 0000000000000070 0000000000030070
 PTHREAD$RTL                                0 00000000000312FC 000000007BBCB2FC
 PTHREAD$RTL                                0 0000000000012B48 000000007BBACB48
                                            0 FFFFFFFFA976D414 FFFFFFFFA976D414
What is the problem? and How can I find the cause of this problem?
Thankk you.
Ukrit K.

The Answer is :

  For details on coding Oracle applications and for assistance in resolving
  errors involving Oracle databases, please contact Oracle support.  You
  may (will?) need to involve Oracle in this particular stackdump, as it
  appears to arise from deep within an Oracle routine -- this could quite
  conceivably be a problem in your code that adversely effects the
  operation of the Oracle software, or this could be a problem within
  the Oracle code.
  It would appear your program (either your code or the Oracle code)
  contains an ACCVIO (Access Violation) error.  The source code near
  line 8515 of module GUAORAC2 (in your login routine) would certainly
  warrant closer inspection.
  For an introduction to some of the more common programming errors that
  can be generated by programmers, please see topic (1661).  For some of
  the more advanced programming bugs, please see topic (2681).  Other
  topics and other examples are available.
  For information on the OpenVMS Source Code Debugger, please see the
  OpenVMS documentation.  The Debugger is an invaluable tool for debugging
  application problems.
  For other discussions of the ACCVIO (Access Violation) error, please see
  topics including (819), (837), (1246), (2223), (2234), (3215), (5533),
  (6495), (6776), (7551), and likely a few other topics.  Also please see
  the information on how to debug applications; please see topic (7552).

answer written or last revised on ( 29-MAR-2002 )

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