RocketBlueZoom’s mainframe software has recently been updated, and with this update came some fairly serious improvements and bug fixes. The updates to the software resulted in the software being able to handle two more errors that can potentially cause the launch failure of the Blue Zone. These are also called the logical printer error and the server printer error.
The first problem is an incorrect host presentation space id. This refers to a memory location that is not valid on the system as of the time the software was installed. The installation process required that the system had at least one such location. When the software update was made, it created two new locations, but one of them was listed as the default and therefore had been used throughout the lifetime of the installation.
The second problem is related to the server print server address and this has to do with the adarsha bari error that is commonly caused by failures to connect to the SQL server. The adarsha bari error is actually referring to a print command that is not properly understood or is missing entirely. When this happens the print command will be sent to the screen and cause the entire system to crash.
The two problems are not related to the mainframe itself and so a connection issue on the part of the user may be responsible for both of the errors. This means that if the user’s SQL server is down they should make sure that their database connectivity is up-to-date and that it is not a known database error that causes errors on the mainframe. If the user’s SQL server is working correctly then they will be fine.
To solve these issues, Rocket BlueZoom has introduced an all new connector that fixes the problems. The all new connector is called the Adarsha Bari SQL Connector. The Adarsha Bari SQL connector was designed specifically to help with common server errors that are caused by the missing or incorrect server ID’s. It makes it very easy to connect to your mainframe with confidence because of its identity, compatibility and integrity with the original application.
With the new Adarsha Bari SQL Connector it is possible to connect to your mainframe with absolute confidence and since it is based on the actual application it will be able to send and receive information in a compatible way. This connection also enables you to specify the command name and any other special command needed to send the data to the mainframe. This way, there is no chance for error or connection failure as it was with the old adarsha bari.
Because the printer of the mainframe is also connected to the server, if a printer error message appears in your console while trying to connect, then this may be an indication that the server is down. To fix the error, you can open the server management console to find out what happened and to repair the problem. You should always ensure that your mainframe is turned on and powered on before attempting to make any connection.
Other errors that may appear while using the printer of the mainframe are caused by the lack of an available database or hard drive space. The lack of a good database or hard drive space prevents the mainframe from reading the files it requires to run. If this problem occurs when the server is not running, you have to download and install the database from the mainframe hosting company and then use the’recovery’ option to bring the database to life. In this way, the errors in the console and other messages in the Windows Explorer will go away.