The Question is:
We ordered a Alphaserver DS20 and software (OpenVMS V7.2-1 , FORTRAN , Decomni
V3.1 , Decosap V3.1) license for a steel project of KAZAKHSTAN in china last
year. In order to communicate with SIEMENS S7-300, we wrote OpenVMS command
files and Fortran lang
uage programs according to the introduction of OpenVMS ALPHA Online
documentation library 2/2 disk.
The two command files are:
$REGISTER DIRECTORY NAME !0CN=AD_PLC!1 ATTRIBUTE
$REGISTER DIRECTORY NAME !0CN=AD_ALPHA!1 ATTRIBUTE
$SET APPLICATION PROFILE OSHE
$DEFINE VMD PLC1 APPLICATION SIMPLE NAME AD_PLC
$DEFINE VMD ALPHA1 APPLICATION SIMPLE NAME AD_ALPHA
We debugged programs in a Alphaserver 2100 in china and ran very well. But when
we went to REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN to run program in the Alphaserver DS20, the
command file def.com can!/t run in the step
$ DEFINE VMD PLC1 APPLICATION SIMPLE NAME AD_PLC.
I wish to know the reason quickly.Please reply to email@example.com Thanks.
The Answer is :
As there is insufficient information on the configuration and on the
failure, and as this is reportedly a time-critical problem -- though
the OpenVMS Wizard is explictly and unfortunately unable to provide
timely nor certain responses to questions -- you will want to contact
the Compaq Customer Support Center (CSC) directly for assistance.
The provided DCL DEFINE command syntax is clearly incorrect, please see
the OpenVMS DCL Dictionary for information on the expected syntax of this