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How To Fix Ddm Tcp/ip Server Error Occurred With Reason Code 4
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Symptoms & Summary
Ddm Tcp/ip Server Error Occurred With Reason Code 4 and other critical errors can occur when your Windows operating system becomes corrupted. Opening programs will be slower and response times will lag. When you have multiple applications running, you may experience crashes and freezes. There can be numerous causes of this error including excessive startup entries, registry errors, hardware/RAM decline, fragmented files, unnecessary or redundant program installations and so on.
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error message on your current display. These messages can interrupt your job or sound an alarm. You can display these messages by typing DSPMSG on any command line. A message regarding a server problem that is sent to the server operator message queue and authorization failure on distributed database connection attempt displayed on a separate Work with Messages display. To see these messages, type DSPMSG QSYSOPR
on any server command line. A message regarding a server problem that is sent to the message queue specified in a device description. To a connection with a remote socket was reset by that socket as400 see these messages, type DSPMSG message-queue-name on any server command line. A message regarding a server problem that is sent to another server in the network. These messages are called alerts. See Alerts for how to view and work with
alerts. The server sends informational or inquiry messages for certain server events. Informational messages give you status on what the server is doing. Inquiry messages give you information about the server, but also request a reply. In some message displays a message is accompanied by a letter and number code such as: CPF0083 The first two or three letters indicate the message category. Some message categories for distributed relational database are: Table 7. Message Categories Category Description Library CPA through tcp communications request failed with error 3447 CPZ Messages from the operating system QSYS/QCPFMSG MCH Licensed internal code messages QSYS/QCPFMSG SQ and SQL Structured Query Language (SQL) messages QSYS/QSQLMSG TCP TCP/IP messages QTCP/QTCPMSGF The remaining four digits (five digits if the prefix is SQ) indicate the sequence number of the message. The example message ID shown indicates this is a message from the operating system, number 0083. To obtain more information about a message on the message line of a display or in a message queue, do the following: Move the cursor to the same line as the message. Press the Help key. The Additional Message Information display is shown. +--------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ |Additional Message Information | | | |Message ID . . . . . . : CPD6A64 Severity . . . . . . : 30 | |Message type . . . . . : DIAGNOSTIC | |Date sent . . . . . . . : 03/29/92 Time sent . . . . . : 13:49:06 | |From program . . . . . : QUIACT Instruction . . . . : 080D | |To program . . . . . . : QUIMGFLW Instruction . . . . : 03C5 | | | |Message . . . . : Specified menu selection is not correct. | |Cause . . . . . : The selection that you have specified is not correct for | |one of the following reasons: | |--
occurred, or the machine is not running. Server Is Not Started or the Port ID Is Not Valid The error message given if the DDM TCP/IP server is not started is
CPE3425: A remote host refused an attempted connect operation. You can also get
this message if you specify the wrong port on the Add Relational Database Directory Entry (ADDRDBDIRE) or Change Relational Database Directory Entry (CHGRDBDIRE)commands. For a DB2 UDB for iSeries server, the port should usually be *DRDA (the DRDA well-known port of 446). However, if you have configured port 447 for use with https://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r2/ic2924/info/ddp/rbal1mst121.htm IPSec, you might want to use that port for transmitting sensitive data. If you are using a DRDA client that supports Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), you must connect to port 448 on the server. To start the DDM server on the remote server, run the Start TCP/IP Server (STRTCPSVR) *DDM command. You can request that it be started whenever TCP/IP is started by running the Change https://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r2/ic2924/info/ddp/rbal1mst123.htm DDM TCP/IP Attributes (CHGDDMTCPA) AUTOSTART(*YES) command. DRDA Connect Authorization Failure The error messages given for an authorization failure is SQ30082: Authorization failure on distributed database connection attempt. The cause section of the message gives a reason code and a list of meanings for the possible reason codes. Reason code 17 means that there was an unsupported security mechanism (SECMEC). DB2 UDB for iSeries implements several DRDA SEMECs that an iSeries application requester (AR) can use: user ID only user ID with password encrypted password security mechanism (V4R5 and later) Kerberos (V5R2) The encrypted password is sent only if a password is available at the time the connection is initiated. The default SECMEC for an iSeries server requires user ID with password. If the application requester (AR) sends a user ID with no password to a server, with the default security configuration, error message SQ30082 with reason code 17 is given. Solutions for the unsupported SECMEC failure are: To allow the userid-only SEMEC at the server by running the Change DDM TCP/IP Attributes (CHGDDMTCPA) command PWDRQD(*NO) command, or To send at least a clear-text password on the connect request if PWDRQD(*YES) is in effect at th
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ddm tcp ip communications error occurred on send
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Ddm Tcp ip Communications Error Occurred On Connect To Application Serveroccurred or the machine is not running Server Is Not Started or the Port ID Is Not Valid The error message given if the DDM a connection with a remote socket was reset by that socket TCP IP server is not started is CPE A remote host refused an a connection with a remote socket was reset by that socket as attempted connect operation You can also get this message if you specify the wrong port on the Add Cpe Relational Database Directory Entry ADDRDBDIRE or Change Relational Database Directory
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