Progress OpenEdge 11.4.0.0 Readme

Ports: All
Date: August, 2014
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PRODUCT NOTES for 11.4.0.0

a. ADE Tools and Runtime

PSC00288127 : A .df with ADD of a field with init "" now loads
================================================================================
A .df that contains an ADD of a field with init "" (blank) always loads. In
prior releases, this was silently ignored. This behavior change was implemented
to be consistent with a .df containing an UPDATE with init "", and avoids
problems with schema comparison and generation of an incremental .df when
databases are loaded with seemingly similar data.

Having blank as initial value in a data-type that does not support it has no
negative effect at run-time. The ABL uses the default initial value that
corresponds to the data-type.


PSC00200793 : Initial value rules for logical fields in the GUI Dictionary
================================================================================
By default, when you create a logical field through the GUI Data Dictionary, it
sets the Initial Value as the first value in the Format. For example, if the
Format is "male/female", the Initial value defaults to male. The exception to
the first item rule is when the format is "yes/no" or "true/false". For those
cases, the tool uses the OpenEdge default value for a logical field, "no" and
"false", respectively.


PSC00172720 : Mandatory fields are not marked as NOT NULL during protoodbc
================================================================================
When running a pro-to-odbc migration against a DB2 data source, fields marked
as "mandatory" in the OpenEdge database were being created in generated SQL
script and the foreign data source without the NOT NULL syntax. This leads to
a situation where these fields are null capable in the foreign database.

To make DB2 consistent with the MS SQL Server and Oracle DataServers, the
OpenEdge DataServer for ODBC will now set the NOT NULL constraint on SQL
columns derived from mandatory fields for DB2 data sources.


PSC00155578 : Generic comment deletion code removed from triggers
================================================================================
Deletion triggers have been updated to not generically remove comments,
security allocation and multi-media records due to performance impact. A new
ERWin trigger template db/af/erw/afercustrg.i has been provided that customers
can use to re-generate their own triggers without the generic deletion code.
Customers can also update their triggers with specific code to do the deletion
in such a specific way that should not have any performance impact.


PSC00240314 : Migrating Progress Dynamics to Release 11.0+
================================================================================
Before attempting any migration, convert the physical database to Release
11.0+, using the proutil conv1011. Progress Software Corporation recommends
making a backup at this time.

Before migrating to Release 11.0+, Progress Dynamics currently using Version
2.1B must upgraded to Version 2.1B02. The following steps are the only
supported path to migrate a Version 2.1B Repository to OpenEdge 10.2B:
- Ensure the Repository is upgraded to Version 2.1B02 (db version: 020030). The
migration does not work properly on earlier versions of the Repository.
- Create a new shortcut for the Dynamics Configuration Utility (DCU), based on
the existing shortcut from the install.
- Modify the -icfparam parameter in the target. Change
'DCUSETUPTYPE=ProgressSetup' to 'DCUSETUPTYPE=Migrate21Setup'.
- Run the Dynamic Configuration Utility (DCU) from this shortcut to upgrade the
Repository from Version 2.1B02 to Release 11.0+.


To migrate from Release 10.0B05 to Release 11.0+, follow these steps:
- Ensure the Repository is upgraded to Release 10.0B05 (db version: 100005).
The migration does not work properly on earlier versions of the Repository.
- Create a new shortcut for the Dynamics Configuration Utility (DCU), based on
the existing shortcut from the install.
- Modify the -icfparam parameter in the target. Change
DCUSETUPTYPE=ProgressSetup to DCUSETUPTYPE=Migrate100Setup.
- Running the DCU from this shortcut upgrades the Repository from Release
10.0B05 to Release 11.0+.


To migrate from Release 10.1A02 to Release 11.0+, follow these steps:
- Ensure the Repository is upgraded to Release 10.1A02 (db version: 101002).
The migration does not work properly on earlier versions of the Repository.
- Create a new shortcut for the Dynamics Configuration Utility (DCU), based on
the existing shortcut from the install.
- Modify the -icfparam parameter in the target. Change
DCUSETUPTYPE=ProgressSetup to DCUSETUPTYPE=Migrate101ASetup.
- Running the DCU from this shortcut upgrades the Repository from Release
10.1A02 to Release 11.0+.


To migrate from Release 10.1B03 to Release 11.0+, follow these steps:
- Ensure the Repository is upgraded to Release 10.1B03 (db version: 101101).
The migration does not work properly on earlier versions of the Repository.
- Create a new shortcut for the Dynamics Configuration Utility (DCU), based on
the existing shortcut from the install.
- Modify the -icfparam parameter in the target. Change
DCUSETUPTYPE=ProgressSetup to DCUSETUPTYPE=Migrate101BSetup.
- Running the DCU from this shortcut upgrades the Repository from Release
10.1B03 to Release 11.0+.

To migrate from Release 10.1C to Release 11.0+, follow these steps:
- Ensure the Repository is upgraded to Release 10.1C (db version: 101201). The
migration does not work properly on earlier versions of the Repository. The
migration will also work for service packs 1 and 2.
- Create a new shortcut for the Dynamics Configuration Utility (DCU), based on
the existing shortcut from the install.
- Modify the -icfparam parameter in the target. Change
DCUSETUPTYPE=ProgressSetup to DCUSETUPTYPE=Migrate101CSetup.
- Running the DCU from this shortcut upgrades the Repository from Release 10.1C
to Release 11.0+.

To migrate from Release 10.2A to Release 11.0+, follow these steps:
- There were no updates made to the Repository between 10.2A and 11.0, and so
no migration is necessary.

To migrate from Release 10.2B to Release 11.0+, follow these steps:
- There were no updates made to the Repository between 10.2B and 11.0, and so
no migration is necessary.


PSC00178641 : DCU enforces MinVersion with migrations
================================================================================
If a setup XML file has migration setup types (defined by having a
migration_source_branch session property with a non-blank value), then a check
is performed to ensure that the DB version sequence matches that of the
MinimumVersion in the Database node of the setup_type. If these 2 versions
don't match an error is raised and a message shown.

This message is a new message and has a code of 'MSG_cannot_migrate', and
appears in the shipped setup101B.xml. If customers have created their own
setup.xml files, they need to add this message to all the setup types contained
in those XML files.


PSC00174297 : Dynamics translated application: performance problems on login
================================================================================
Support has been added for a session property called "cached_translations_only"
which is set via the session definition (in the XML file and/or repository). In
the absence of such a property in the session, the default is YES (the
historical value). If cached_translations_only is false, then translations are
not retrieved at startup, but rather on demand when an object is translated.


PSC00162290 : Static Object Deployment Tool - Option to generate source listing
================================================================================
The Deploy Static Objects tool has the ability to produce a listing file of all
the files that are packaged into a deployment produced by the tool.

The listing file is specified in the UI before the deployment starts building.
If no listing file is specified, then the listing will not be produced. A
default value is provided by the tool, and is for a file called 'listing.log'
in the session's temporary directory.

The listing file consists of the following fields, tab-delimited:
File name
Relative path
Deployment type
Design-only flag

This functionality can be used to determine which files are required for
compilation on 64-bit platforms. A Dynamics client is only supported on
Windows, which is a 32-bit platform, and customers may connect to an AppServer
running on a 64-bit platform; in such a case the code would need to be compiled
against the 64-bit platform, and the listing file will give the ability to
determine which files are required.


PSC00140234 : Notes on using the Deploy Static Objects tool
================================================================================
When deploying static objects using the Deploy Static Objects tool, please note
the following:

1) You must specify the following extra directories in the Deploy Static
Objects tool, in order for a standard Progress Dynamics WebClient install to
work:
adeicon
ry/img
adm2/image

adeicon.pl can be used instead of the adeicon directory, but you must manually
copy this file into the target directory. These image directories are not
required for a server install (AppServer of Web).

2) You must manually copy the adm2/dyntreew.wrx file into the target directory,
for WebClient installs.

3) You must manually copy adecomm.pl into the target directory for a WebClient
install.


PSC00240288 : The DynamicsVersion session property must be manually updated
================================================================================
If you are working in an OpenEdge release later than 10.2B, the DynamicsVersion
session property may be set to the wrong release number. This property is not
automatically updated.

To workaround this issue, modify
$DLC/src/dynamics/db/icf/dfd/update_dynamics_version_property.p so that the
value of the DYNAMICS-VERSION preprocessor is set to the relevant OpenEdge
release number (11.2, for example). Compile this file and copy to $DLC/gui,
which is important because the DCU does not run against source code.


PSC00224776 : ADM2 default data management ignores orphaned/unlinked SDOs on
Viewers
================================================================================
A SmartDataObject (SDO) placed on a Viewer without being linked to a data
source or to a field is not included in the container's first request to the
AppServer and will thus not get any data. This was not the case in old releases
of OpenEdge (before v10).

You can uncheck the Appserver Aware option in the Procedure Settings of the
container to get the old behavior. This makes the SDOs revert to the old
request behavior with one AppServer request per SDO. Note that this can add a
substantial overhead to the data retrieval from the AppServer.

Alternatively, you can move the SDO to the SmartContainer and use the pass-thru
link mechanisms to make it accessible to the Viewer, or override
initializeObject in the Viewer and call openQuery in the SDO. This approach may
require one extra AppServer request specifically for the SDO.


PSC00219897 : Dynamic SDO with join require calculated fields to be defined in
table order
================================================================================
In a Dynamic SDO based on a join, calculated fields will behave incorrectly
under these circumstances:
- Both tables in the join have calculated fields defined in the Repository's
entity definitions.
- Both tables also have one or more of these SDO Entity calculated fields
included in the SDO.
- The calculated fields from the right-hand table of the join appear before
those of the left-hand table in the list of fields in the SDO.

Symptoms include incorrect formatting and incorrect initial values being
provided, as well as calls to the SDO data logic procedure failing with errors
relating to temp-table schema mismatches.


PSC00207823 : dynlaunch.i fails in thin client with DATETIME, DATETIME-TZ, RAW
or ROWID param
================================================================================
Calling a PLIP using dynlaunch.i fails in a thin-client environment if the
procedure call includes DATETIME, DATETIME-TZ, RAW or ROWID parameters.

The client will report this error:
Mismatched number of parameters passed to routine <name>. (3234)

The AppServer agent will report these errors:
BUFFER-FIELD was not found in buffer ttSeqType. (7351)
Lead attributes in a chained-attribute expression (a:b:c) must be type HANDLE
or a user-defined type and valid (not UNKNOWN). (10068)

The workaround is to implement calls with these data types to run as external
procedure calls on the AppServer.

e.g. RUN xxx on gshAstraAppServer (INPUT ...)

Alternatively, you might add CASE statements for the 4 data types in
obtainInitialValueField in adm2/caller.p. (This has not been tested, but is
assumed to be the problem.)


PSC00195316 : **Widget ID <n> not unique (<widget-name>) error for recursive
Dyn TreeViews
================================================================================
The "Runtime Widget-ID Assignment" tool assigns default gap values for the
imported SmartObjects.
These default values should work without problems in most cases. But, for
Dynamic TreeViews with structure nodes, the default gap value of 2000 for
"TreeNode" might not be large enough.
Since the nodes are created at runtime according to the database data, it is
impossible to know how many tree node levels are going to be created in the
Dynamic TreeView. If this happens and the default gap value of 2000 is not
enough, that default value should be increased as specified in the "Application
Development Environment (ADE) Addenda" Web paper in the "Widget IDs for ADM2
and Progress Dynamics" section.


PSC00194792 : Toolbar never creates a Band more than once per toolbar instance
================================================================================
The toolbar creates only a single instance of each Band for a toolbar instance.
However, the Repository allows multiple instances of the same Band on a
toolbar. Before Release 10.1C, the toolbar created the multiple instances of
the same Band, but the second instance had no menu items. In Release 10.1C, the
second instance of a Band is ignored completely.


PSC00180829 : DynLookup limit on number of joins may vary on DataServers
================================================================================
In Release 10.1C, the DynLookup supports a join with up to 18 tables instead of
10. But, this limit might not apply when using a DataServer, because there also
is a limit decided by the size of the ROWIDs in the tables. The ROWIDs of the
tables are added to an indexed RowIdent field and the ABL has a limit on the
size of an index.

Starting with Release 10.1B, as long as -tmpbsize 4 (default) or larger is
used, temp-tables use large index keys and can store up to 1970 characters.
This means that, in theory, you can store and index up to 16 ROWIDs returned
from MSSQL server ( 16 * ( 116 + 1 ) - 1 = 1871 characters for rowids +
separators). The different DataServers will return ROWIDs with different
lengths, so the limit will vary.

If this limit is an issue, then you can edit the af/app/afgettemp.p procedure
and remove the following index definition.

----
hTT:ADD-NEW-INDEX("idxRowIdent":U,FALSE,FALSE).
hTT:ADD-INDEX-FIELD("idxRowIdent":U,"RowIdent":U,"asc":U).
----

The index is used in certain reposition operations on the client. Removing it
has an affect on performance, but this might be unnoticeable or acceptable
since the operation is done on the temp-table on the client.


PSC00170305 : UndoChange action added to all tableio toolbars
================================================================================
Beginning with version 10.1B all shipped toolbars and tableio bands contain a
new UndoChange action. This action replaces the old Reset action as the default
in these toolbars.

This constitutes a behavior change (label and accelerator) for existing
applications that use the shipped toolbars or bands, since the caption is
changed to "Undo" instead of "Reset" and the accelerator is changed to "CTRL-Z"
from "ALT-R".

The new UndoChange action defines some of the translatable text needed for the
context sensitive text in the admmsgs.i include, message number 97.

Customers that use the shipped toolbars or bands and want to remove the new
action and get the old one back need to customize the class or toolbar.
Customers that already have specific toolbars might need changes either to be
able to use the new action or to remove it.

To remove (hide) the new UndoChange action and get Reset back in shipped
toolbar or band:
-------------------------------------------------------------------
The Reset action is already present in the toolbar, so in order to make the
Reset into default, the UndoChange needs to be added to the comma-separated
HiddenActions property.

Existing customer toolbars
--------------------------
Existing customer toolbars may or may not get the new UndoChange action. If the
toolbar or menu is defined with the "Tableio" category or one of the tableio
bands, then the action is added automatically. But, many toolbars add tableio
actions specifically in initAction() or initMenu() overrides in order to
control the order and add rules. The "UndoChange" will need to be added to
these.

customized initAction
---------------------
Since the getTableioUndoNew may need to load the actions if it is called from a
visual object before the toolbar is initialized, the toolbar initAction has
been changed to setIsActionsLoaded(true). Overrides of initAction that do not
call super must add the same call, using dynamic-function or the {set~ include.


PSC00167044 : The Export to Excel functionality removes leading zeros from
character strings
================================================================================
The Export to Excel functionality removes leading zeros from character strings.


PSC00162037 : IndexInformation property only contains information for primary
table(s)
================================================================================
The IndexInformation property has been changed to only contain index
information for the table(s) that are uniquely represented in one row in the
SDO query. The default table(s) are the EnabledTables or the first table for
read-only SDOs.

The getIndexInfoTables function determines which tables' info is added to the
property. This is not implemented as a property, but can be overridden if
different behavior is needed. If you want the old behavior all data objects,
then add a custom version that returns the value from getTables (all tables in
the query).


PSC00161048 : Changes to how decimal values are managed in dynamic combos
================================================================================
There were several problems in previous releases developing decimal dynamic
combos with default flag values that contain a numeric decimal point and
deploying with different numeric formats.

Default flag values were always stored in the format used during development.
This prevented deployment to numeric formats other than the one used for
development. Either errors displayed and no data displayed in the combo or
incorrect data was stored in the repository for the <None> or <All> option.

With 2.1B01, 10.0B03 and 10.1A this has changed to store default flag values
with American numeric format. They should be entered in the SmartDataField
maintenance tool using the session's format but the tool will replace the
numeric decimal point with a period in the stored value. At runtime, any
stored periods in the data are replaced with the current session's numeric
decimal point.

A fix program runs as part of the DCU Upgrade to convert existing default flag
values for decimal dynamic combos to American format. The DCU must run in the
format that was used to develop dynamic combos.

The fix program writes a message to the log file for each default flag value it
attempts to convert. It writes a message when a value is converted
successfully or writes a message if the conversion fails. Review the DCU log
file after the upgrade and manually correct any failures. Any failures that
are not corrected may not behave properly at runtime as the runtime has changed
to attempt to convert stored American formats to the format of the running
session.

There are several Dynamics objects in the repository that store blank default
flag value instance attributes and give messages in the log file. These are
for the cbSCMTool dynamic combo on the following viewer objects:

gsmsxgenviewv
gsmsxotviewv
gsmsxpmviewv

The messages for these objects are expected and you can ignore them.

Any dynamic combo instance attributes stored in static viewer code in your
application must be converted manually to American numeric format.


PSC00159054 : assignNewValue w/ invalid values behaves different in new lookup
API
================================================================================
The old and new lookup APIs behave differently when passing invalid value
parameters to assignNewValue if the lookup key field is different from the
lookup displayed field.

With the old API (pre-2.1B/10.0B02 behavior and 2.1B/10.0B02 behavior with
keep_old_api set to TRUE), passing an invalid key field value or an invalid
displayed field value to assignNewValue displays blank in the lookup field when
assignNewValue is invoked. If changes to the record are saved, blank is stored
in the record's key field.

With the new API (2.1B/10.0B02 default behavior), passing an invalid key field
parameter displays blank in the lookup field when assignNewValue is invoked. If
changes to the record are saved, the previous value displays in the lookup
field and the value is not changed in the record's key field. Passing an
invalid displayed field parameter displays the invalid value in the lookup
field when assignNewValue is invoked. If changes to the record are saved, the
previous value displays in the lookup


PSC00158854 : Widgets on static SmartDataBrowser are not enabled on dynamic
containers
================================================================================
When a static SmartDataBrowser contains other objects on its frame, those
objects are not enabled when the static SmartDataBrowser is run on a dynamic
container. When that static SmartDataBrowser is run on a static container,
those objects are enabled.


PSC00158601 : BaseQuery must have NO-LOCK after WHERE
================================================================================
A child SDO loses parent filter criteria if its BaseQuery has the NO-LOCK
option before the WHERE criteria.

When two SmartDataObjects are linked in a parent/child relationship, with or
without a SmartBusinessObject, the child SDO might lose its filtering by the
parent SDO. In previous versions, this happened if the child SDO was generated
by the Object Generator with Follow joins turned on. This generated a BaseQuery
with NO-LOCKs before the join criteria and caused the ADM to add the
foreignfield criteria to the query incorrectly.

As a workaround, opening and saving the SDO in the AppBuilder alters the
BaseQuery to put the NO-LOCKs after the join criteria as expected by the ADM.


PSC00158372 : DynCombo support for a DataObject as data source does not include
static SDO
================================================================================
The option to define an SDO DataSource for a DynCombo is not supported for
static SDOs.


PSC00158340 : Sharing data object, browse and viewer out of sync showing data
================================================================================
The support for SharedData does not actively refresh viewers or browse
viewports when data is changed by another DataObject. To refresh a browse, you
must currently scroll the record out of the viewport. To refresh a viewer, you
must currently navigate to another record and back. Note that a viewer on a
hidden page does not refresh itself if it is on the same record as when it was
hidden. So, in this case, it does not help to navigate to another record and
back in the browser.


PSC00157892 : SDO Cache does not include Auditing & Comments tick-information
================================================================================
The data caching and data sharing support does not always cache auditing and
comment information. This information is retrieved only for certain instances
and would only be cached if the actual object that did the initial server
retrieval was set up to include this information. Data objects that retrieve
their data from the cache may thus be unable to show the correct tick-mark in
the toolbar if the initial server request did not include this information.


PSC00157071 : stripLookupfields is not used in the new lookup API
================================================================================
In previous versions, the stripLookupFields procedure was called on each
display to figure out if the SmartDataFields could be resolved by the viewer's
DataSource. The new lookup API does not use this procedure.


PSC00156968 : Setting of BaseQuery in initializeObject requires synchronization
of QueryWhere
================================================================================
If any other query manipulation has been done before changes to the BaseQuery
are made, you need to synchronize QueryWhere and possibly the QueryString. If
the BaseQuery is set in an initializeObject override before SUPER, you might
also need to synchronize QueryWhere in an SDO without any custom query
manipulation. The only cases where BaseQuery can be set without synchronizing
the QueryWhere are on the client (AsDivision = 'client') and in dynamic SDOs on
the server (AsDivision = 'server'). Static SDOs calls setOpenQuery, which calls
setQueryWhere, from the main block (query.i) when connected to the database.
Dynamic objects that are connected to the database will call prepareQuery from
createObjects.

Background:
The BaseQuery is the design-time, fixed part of the query. It is part of the
object definition. The design philosophy is that runtime query manipulation can
be done without violating the integrity of this part of the expression.
Consequently, the BaseQuery should not be changed after any query manipulation
has been done.
However, it is quite common for applications to need to set this when an SDO
instance is launched. (For example, to filter data on department or company key
based on the userid.)
Various examples and documentation have shown and stated that this can be done
in an initializeObject override before the call to SUPER. In particular, older
documentation examples showed this being done with setOpenQuery, which also
synchronizes the physical query by calling QueryWhere. This was a problem on a
client since setQueryWhere used to always prepare the physical query.
setQueryWhere has since become more lightweight, but setOpenQuery still calls
the server and should still be avoided in an AppServer session.


PSC00156174 : Translation tool does not include SmartDataBrowser search field
================================================================================
The optional search field of a SmartDataBrowser doesn't show up in the
translation window to allow you to add a translation.


PSC00156171 : The SmartDataBrowser sort profile is not used with SBO
data-sources
================================================================================
The sort profile saved for a SmartDataBrowser with a SmartBusinessObject as its
data-source is not used upon restart.


PSC00155989 : Changes in how Dynamics Window dimension profiles store
WINDOW-MAXIMIZED
================================================================================
Progress Dynamics windows now store the WINDOW-MAXIMIZED state together with
the previously stored dimensions in the user profile. The state is stored as a
5th entry in the profile value. In previous versions, this state just overwrote
the old profile. If you close a maximized window and no dimensions have been
saved previously, the window still stores "WINDOW-MAXIMIZED" as the only entry.


With the new behavior, a window can store the WINDOW-MAXIMIZED state without
loosing the stored dimensions for the previously saved WINDOW-NORMAL state. The
next time you launch the window, it displays maximized. But, when the
WINDOW-NORMAL state is applied, the window resumes its previously stored size.


PSC00154960 : Dynamic Lookup maintenance window does not destroy its
maintenenance SDO
================================================================================
The Dynamic Lookup maintenance window does not destroy its SDO and associated
Data Logic Procedure

Whenever you open the maintenance window of the dynamic lookup from the dynamic
lookup browse, the system launches a new instance of the maintenance window's
SDO and its associated DLP. However, these objects are not destroyed upon
closing the maintenance window.


PSC00154765 : Error messages for child SDO not returned when CLOB involved
================================================================================
A detailed error message may not be returned to the client while adding a
record to a SmartDataObject under the following circumstances:

- the SDO is running on AppServer
- the SDO contains large object fields
- AutoCommit is false (commit is used to commit multiple updates at once)

The client does receive an "update cancelled" message but should have a
detailed error. The detailed error is written to the AppServer log file.

This situation is more likely to occur with an SDO that is part of a
SmartBusinessObject.


PSC00154671 : SmartFrame objects stored with .w in object name may need two
translations
================================================================================
For SmartFrames or SmartWindows that are launched from a static container, the
object name for Title and Page Label translations is resolved from the
procedure:FILE-NAME without path and extension. Therefore, SmartFrame objects
that have the .w extension in their Repository object names might need two
translations, one without the extension for usage in static containers and one
with the extension for dynamic containers.


PSC00151672 : CallerProcedure, CallerObject, and CallerWindow are not set in
createObjects
================================================================================
The Session Manager's launch in Progress Dynamics sets properties like
CallerProcedure, CallerObject, and CallerWindow in the launched container.
These properties are set before the container is initialized and can thus be
used in an initializeObject override. However, they are not intended for use
during the construction (the execution of the main block) of the container.
The createObjects call is typically done as part of the construction. However,
in previous releases, static non-window containers, like SmartFames and
SmartDataViewers, did call createObjects from initializeObject allowing these
properties to be used also in createObjects.
Now, createObjects is called during the construction of almost all containers.
If a createObject override uses these properties, it is unlikely to work. Any
logic referring to these properties in createObjects should be moved to an
initializeObject override instead. Moving this logic to initializeObject should
not cause any change in behaviour.


PSC00150794 : Read only SDO tables can be specified to remain NO-LOCKed during
transaction
================================================================================
The NoLockReadOnlyTables property can hold a comma-separated list of read-only
(non-updatable) tables that should remain NO-LOCKed during the transaction. A
value of 'ALL' means that all read-only tables should remain NO-LOCKed. Note
that read-only tables defined by this property also are excluded from the
optimistic lock check of changes.


PSC00144084 : Error 4054 (.. does not fit..) if ToolbarDrawDirection is
"vertical"
================================================================================
The Dynamics layout manager does not handle toolbars where the
ToolbarDrawDirection is set to 'vertical'.


PSC00140279 : Static browsers/browsers in static windows don't get Repository
column labels
================================================================================
Browsers running in static windows linked to a static SDO on an AppServer will
not get the column-label from the Repository's EntityField. Instead, the
browser gets the column-label from the database schema. This problem also
applies to any static browser.


PSC00140138 : A single toolbar cannot switch navigation between SDOs and SBOs
================================================================================
In a paged container where a SDO is the Data-source of a SBO, you cannot use a
single toolbar to navigate both the SDO and the SBO.


PSC00140135 : Loss of data when changing page while browse is in add
================================================================================
When adding a new record in a browser that is part of a tabbed user interface,
the entered data can be lost or appended to the next record in the browser
under the following conditions:

- The browser is the update source for an SDO.
- The user did not enter all of the required fields in the browser row.
- The user selects a different page before saving the new record.


PSC00133069 : ADM2 does not support the READ-ONLY attribute on browse columns
================================================================================
The ADM2 does not support setting the READ-ONLY attribute directly on browse
columns as a way to disable fields.

Field enabling is controlled by the EnabledFields property, that is, you make
columns read-only by removing them from the enabled fields list.

This is not considered to be a bug. Dynamic browser columns are all read-only
at start up, so it would be very difficult to implement a solution to detect if
the READ-ONLY attribute has been set in initializeObject.


PSC00130471 : New records can be duplicated when reading new batch if added
while batching
================================================================================
If new records are created that sort higher than the last record in the current
batch, the new record is duplicated when a batch includes the new record.

To prevent this, either ensure that the user is at the last batch when adding
the new records that will get key values that sort higher than the currently
last record or avoid batching when such records can be created.


PSC00130387 : RowObjUpd.ChangedFields is obsolete
================================================================================
Prior to Version 10.0A, the RowObjUpd.ChangedFields field was used to figure
out which fields to save in an SDO. This is now obsolete and no longer used.
The SDO now figures out which fields to save to the database tables based on a
comparison of the before-image and the changed record. The ChangedFields field
is not used in any logic, except for a call to bufferCollectChanges, which
updates this field. Since it does not capture all changes, this update is not
reliable and the method will be deprecated in the future.


PSC00129126 : Avoid changing Foreign Keys in Web Objects with joined queries
================================================================================
When you use the Detail Wizard to create a Web object that contains a join, do
not make the foreign key field updateable. If you change the value of the
foreign key in a record, the next stateless request might not be able to find
that record.

When this happens, you get an error that the query could not reposition to that
record.

If your application needs the ability to update the value of the foreign key in
a joined query, you must make sure that the list of ROWIDs in the
"CurrentRowids" attribute contains ROWIDs of the newly joined table, instead of
the originally-joined table.


PSC00128303 : Static data objects do not get initial value from Repository
================================================================================
Static SDO proxies (<sdo>_cl) do not get the INITIAL-VALUE from the
Repository's EntityField DefaultValue at run time. The temp-table's
INITIAL-VALUE attribute is a read-only attribute that is compiled into the SDO
temp-table definition from the SDO include.


PSC00124754 : Print Preview and Export to Excel do not work when the data
source is an SBO
================================================================================
Print Preview and Export to Excel options available on various browse
toolbars are not supported for visual objects whose data sources are
SmartBusinessObjects. These options will do nothing when chosen.


PSC00121785 : Record level transaction hooks must be implemented in the Data
Logic Procedure
================================================================================
You must implement a static SmartDataObject's record level transaction hooks
(create*, write*, and delete*) in the Data Logic Procedure. They will only fire
from the SDO if the SDO does not have a Data Logic Procedure.


PSC00156243 : Help cannot be mapped to static container run from the AppBuilder
================================================================================
It is not possible to map help for a static container that has been run from
the AppBuilder. The container must be run from the Dynamic Launcher to map
help for it.


PSC00173682 : Progress Dynamics can't find the help file during AppServer
sessions
================================================================================
When the help file is set in the "security control" window, Progress Dynamics
can't find the help file using the help-menu-item in an AppServer session.


PSC00171808 : Translated labels and widgets on same row but different column
================================================================================
When translating static viewers where KeepChildPositions=Yes, translated labels
now use the existing label's width only. Also when translating static viewers,
the label's font, rather than the widget's font, is used to determine the width
of the label.

The translation of simple (LIST-ITEMS) combo-box labels is now supported for
dynamic viewers.

When translating dynamic viewers with KeepChildPositions=Yes, the label moves
to the bottom (back) so that it doesn't overlay any widgets to its left. The
label is not truncated, unless it is longer than the space available.


PSC00168877 : The DataView does not support Dynamics Comments and Auditing
================================================================================
There is no default support for Comments and Auditing when DataViews and
ProDataSets are used.

The following error is returned when attempting to save a comment for a
DataView:

BUFFER-FIELD RowUserProp was not found in buffer <dataset-buffer-name>.(7351)

The Server Interface implementation could define a RowUserPropfield in the
entity temp-table to store the information needed to trigger Auto Comment and
show tick marks in the Dynamics toolbar's Auditing and Comment actions, similar
to how the SDO handles it. Using this field might make it easier to use
existing Repository Manager APIs and reuse existing SDO code. Note that the
Auditing and Comment information is stored with delimiters in the field. This
makes it difficult to use outside of the ADM and difficult to populate. The
population have to be done for each record and will likely affect performance.


PSC00155275 : Info for all users sent to client
================================================================================
When a user attempts to login in a client-AppServer configuration, the entire
list of users is sent from the AppServer back to the client. This may be an
expensive operation when there is a large number of users in the repository. To
reduce this overhead, adding the session property "abbreviatedUserTable" to all
client and AppServer session types and setting its value to "YES" will result
in only the user that is logging in having his data shipped across from the
AppServer, thereby reducing the traffic.


PSC00153575 : Static SmartDataFields (e.g. SmartSelect) cannot be translated.
================================================================================
SmartSelect objects are not presented for translation in the Translation window
at runtime.

The work around is to enter translations of SmartSelects in the Translation
Control tool. The same naming convention as for Lookups is used. You must
specify the Widget Type as 'FILL-IN' and the Widget Name as 'fiLookup' in all
cases. You must enter the Object Name as <viewer-name>:<field-name>.

If the static SmartDataViewer containing the SmartSelect is used in a static
container, you must enter the file name of the viewer, including the extension
(.w), in the Object Name. If the viewer is used in a dynamic container, you
must enter the object name of the viewer, without any extension.

This is an example based on a viewer for the Warehouse table using a
SmartSelect for the 'State' field. The file name of the viewer is
'warehousesdv.w'.

Translation for use in a static container:

Object Name: warehousesdv.w:state
Widget Type: Fill In
Widget Name: fiLookup

Translation for use in a dynamic container:

Object Name: warehousesdv:state
Widget Type: Fill In
Widget Name: fiLookup


PSC00201988 : Error: The Root node code must be specified. (AF:1) when creating
Dyn TreeViews
================================================================================
When entering data in the "Dynamic TreeView Builder" tool, you must enter the
"Object filename" value first. If you do not enter the Object filename first,
you see the "Root node code must be specified. (AF:1)" error upon saving the
data.


PSC00200646 : Error 7452 in Dynamics Dataset Export Filter
================================================================================
Customers using European numeric settings might see the 7452 error when
pressing the filter button on the Dataset Export screen.


PSC00155024 : Cascading security allocations does not work for Data Security
================================================================================
The option to cascade security allocations from a profile user does not
work for Data security.


PSC00151136 : RTB: Problems when dyn object and super proc in different module
================================================================================
When modifying a dynamic object where the dynamic object and its super
procedure were created in different product modules, the following error may
occur:

The product module <product-module1> and the product module <product-module2>
must be the same. (AF:110)


PSC00146842 : Error 560 Generating Objects From SDO
================================================================================
Error 560 (Entry outside the range of list) is raised when the Object Generator
is used to create dynamic objects from a prebuilt SDO when the SDO has been
created by the Object Generator, and has subsequently had other tables manually
added, and the product module has sublevels in the path.


PSC00146243 : Client cache viewer tool returns errors
================================================================================
The client cache viewer tool no longer works when run against a current version
of the Repository API.


PSC00143666 : Copy-Paste in DynView is not keeping all the attributes of the
widgets
================================================================================
When copying widgets from a DynView to another DynView, some widget attribute
values are missed. For example, when a fill-in is copied, the values of the
ShowPopup and Label attributes are missed in the target DynView. This happens
for all attributes that are read from the Repository.


PSC00140156 : DataFields cut/copied then pasted are associated with RowObject
================================================================================
There is an issue when you cut or copy DataFields from one dynamic viewer and
then paste them to another dynamic viewer built from the same SDO. Until you
save and reopen the second viewer, the AppBuilder shows the new fields as being
associated with the RowObject table instead of their actual database table.


PSC00131772 : Toolbar object modifications are not updated in the Toolbar
================================================================================
011A90108
Toolbar data are cached on the client as soon as they have been read once
from the server, so when actions, bands and/or toolbars are changed in the
Toolbar and menu designer these changes will not always be reflected in new
instances of toolbars.

Running the Dynamic Launcher and checking the 'Destroy ADM super-procedures'
option will ensure that toolbar data are refreshed. The other option is to
restart the session.


PSC00129241 : Double Dot Path Notation Causes Failure
================================================================================
When using Netscape WebServers with an NSAPI messenger, the WebServer might
general protection fault if passed a .gif file location that uses a double dot
path notation that goes higher than the docroot, for example,
..\msthemes\auto.gif.

To avoid this problem when using an NSAPI messenger, do not specify .gif file
locations using double dots if that notation goes higher than the docroot.


PSC00129056 : Netscape Default HTTPS and SSL Support
================================================================================
The AppBuilder uses two OCX controls for remote file management (RFM) for
WebSpeed. One of these controls, CIHTTP v4.00.002, comes from Crescent.
According to current Crescent FAQ documentation on their Web site, OCX controls
do not work with a secured server.


PSC00128502 : Fields hidden on DynView master layout in design mode if custom
layout exists
================================================================================
If a field on a master layout has its HIDDEN attribute set to TRUE, the viewer
typically displays the field in design mode. However, if a customized layout is
made for the viewer, the viewer does not display the hidden field when the
viewer reopens. This is inconsistent with the normal behavior for displaying
hidden fields in master layouts. If you need to modify a hidden field in this
situation, use the ROM tool. Do not modify the hidden field by using the 'List
Objects' button to bring up the property sheet. Doing so removes the field
instance.


PSC00125407 : scm_checks_on in Security Control is not supported
================================================================================
In Security Control, there is a toggle that switches on and off checks for the
use of an SCM tool. The use of this setting is not yet implemented in all the
places where it is relevant to check for this setting. SCM functionality is
always enabled when the SCM tool (Roundtable) is in use with Progress Dynamics.


PSC00247292 : Creating a .zip file on removable media from Visual Translator
causes errors
================================================================================
Creating .zip file on removable media from Visual Translator causes the
following errors:

Error occurred while accessing component property/method: MultiVolumeControl.
Out of present range.

Error code: 0x8002000a Zip adetran/common/_zipmgr.w (5890) Zip: Couldn't open
to write. (15).

Note: Creating a .zip file on non-removable storage functions properly.


PSC00150235 : Changing the TranMan Language combo may cause error (132)
================================================================================
Changing the selected language on the TranMan Data Tab combo does not display
the correct translations after using the 'View', 'Sort' option from the pull
down Menu.

Double clicking on some rows might give the following error:
** This Translation already exists with Sequence number <number> Instance
Number <number> Language Name "<language>". (132)


PSC00181371 : Two undo/reset buttons on the Standardtoolbar
================================================================================
The new UndoChange toolbar action is not supported in Dynamics Web.

By default, UndoChange replaces the Reset action in shipped toolbars and
Tableio bands. When these toobars and bands are realized in the Web, the Reset
button and menu item remain and function correctly. However, the UndoChange
action may also be realized at runtime as a non-functioning button and menu
item, labeled "Undo 1 (CTRL-Z)".

In order to suppress the UndoChange button and menu item, the UndoChange action
can be set to Hidden, or added to the HiddenActions property, for the toolbar.
For additional information, please see the note for the new UndoChange action
under GUIRENDR / SmartToolbar in this document.


PSC00144996 : The compileAll option in WebTools has a limitation of URL length
of 4096 chars
================================================================================
The compileAll option on AppManager in WebTools has a limitation of URL length
being more than 4096 chars, depending of what web browser is being used. Try to
limit the size of the compiles, number of files if you run into this problem.


PSC00139229 : HTML after WSTag not sent if WSTag runs another WebSpeed object
================================================================================
If a SpeedScript file contains a WSTag tag that runs another WebSpeed
object, the remaining HTML after the WSTag tag is not sent to the Web
browser.


PSC00130586 : WebSpeed detail program called from a WebSpeed report program
hangs
================================================================================
A WebSpeed detail program called from a WebSpeed report program might hang when
the Add button is used a second time or the Delete button is used. If the
detail program is used separately from the report program, the problem does not
occur.

b. Adapter for SonicESB

PSC00240333 : Connnection string limitation for session-managed native ESB
Adapter
================================================================================
The combined length of the connection string (composed of a user-id, password,
and information fields) must not exceed 30,000 non-Unicode characters when
connecting to an AppServer. Exceeding the string length causes an AppServer
exception.


PSC00220618 : Agents remain locked when ESB Adapter returns a Fault in Sonic
Workbench
================================================================================
When using the OpenEdge Adapter for Sonic ESB with a session-free AppServer and
persistent procedures, it is important that you release the persistent
procedure when your ESB process completes, to prevent having a locked agent.

When the adapter returns a fault, you must ensure the Release operation is done
in your Fault process. This requires you to keep track of your process ID and
have access to it in your Fault process.

In the Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge/Sonic Workbench development
environment, Sonic intercepts all fault returns so that it can display the
result. Consequently, Fault processes are never run. Setting the Command
Parameter ESB Fault Return Mode to "Continue Process with Fault" discards the
original message where your Procedure ID is stored, so this is not a viable
solution.

To free up locked agents on the AppServer, you must restart your development
container.

Using Persistent Procedures within Sonic ESB processes is discouraged because
it greatly complicates the handling of Faults and makes your session-free
AppServer operate no differently than a session-managed AppServer.

c. AdminServer

PSC00300910 : AdminServer timestamp format change
================================================================================
The timestamp format for the OpenEdge AdminServer log file has changed. The
new timestamp format matches the OpenEdge database log file timestamp format
and now includes millisecond and timezone information.

d. AppServer

PSC00229780 : Startup time of AppServer broker increases when SSL is enabled
(Linux and UNIX)
================================================================================
After upgrading to OpenEdge Appserver V11, the AppServer broker's startup time
might increase if SSL is enabled. This happens if /dev/random is not populated
with random data. The SSL libraries used by the AppServer broker require
several kilobytes of random data to properly secure SSL connections to the
broker.

To resolve the issue, ensure that /dev/random is populated with enough random
data. There are two possible solutions:

- Move /dev/random to /dev/random_bak, and then add a simlink from /dev/random
to /dev/urandom. This makes /dev/random reference /dev/urandom. Note that
/dev/urandom is less secure.

- Install and run rngd, the random number generator daemon. It increases the
entropy pool used /dev/random to provide random data.


PSC00244975 : Support for Actional is removed
================================================================================
Support for Progress Actional (including all Actional interceptors for
OpenEdge), which was first introduced in OpenEdge 10.2B, is removed from
OpenEdge Release 11.1.

e. DATASERVER

PSC00305085 : Establishing backward compatibility to older server versions
================================================================================
A Username\Password encryption feature is implemented in the OE 11.4.0 release
for MS SQL Server and Oracle DataServers. With this new feature, the client
passes encrypted usernames and passwords to the server. Encryption of
credentials have compatibility with versions of the DataServer clients and
servers going forward, but a pre-11.4.0 DataServer Server has no support for
the encrypted credentials. When a DataServer client tries to connect to an
earlier version of the DataServer Server, it fails to decrypt the credentials,
and a connection failure results.

To establish backward compatibility with older versions of the DataServer
servers, use the connection-time switch "-znoencrypt". This switch
re-establishes backward compatibility, but disables the encryption feature for
that connection.


PSC00286870 : A LOB copy generates an ORA-600 error with Oracle 12c
================================================================================
Certifying Oracle 12c with the Oracle DataServer for Open Edge 11.4.0
identified three scenarios with copying LOB fields that generate an Oracle
error -600:

Scenario #1: the source LOB object and destination LOB object are empty LOBs.
For example:
COPY-LOB c1 TO c2.

Scenario#2: the destination LOB object has some content in it, and the source
LOB object is empty. For example:
COPY-LOB FILE "text10.txt" TO c1.
COPY-LOB c2 TO c1.

Scenario#3: the source LOB object has some content and tried to copy to an
empty LOB with a "FOR <length>" clause with a zero value. For example:
COPY-LOB FILE "text10.txt" TO c1.
COPY-LOB c1 STARTING AT 2 FOR 0 TO c2.

Oracle bug 18442517 reports this issue in Oracle 12.1.0.1. The fix for the
bug will be included in Oracle release 12.1.0.2.


PSC00260146 : ROWID designation for unique cluster indexes & PK/Unique
Constraint definition
================================================================================
Prior to OpenEdge 11.3.1 release, selecting "Migrate constraints" option during
a DataServer migration to MS SQL Server, designated an explicit clustered index
as ROWID irrespective of its uniqueness attribute.

This functionality has been enhanced to restrict ROWID designation only to
indexes that are unique. When no unique index is identified, the search for an
eligible ROWID candidate continues in the migration process.

The new functionality also continues to look for a non-clustered Primary
constraint designation even if a ROWID candidate has already been found. This
will ensure that, wherever possible, tables receive a primary constraint
designation whenever a unique and mandatory index candidate is available from
the table.

Release 11.3.1 also puts a restriction on Unique and Primary constraints
defined through the "Server Attributes" option of the MS SQL Server DataServer
pull down of the Data Administrator. A MS SQL Server DataServer only allows
"Unique" and "Primary" constraint creation based on unique indexes. This was
not required in releases prior to OpenEdge 11.3.1 and could cause an erroneous
ROWID selection during migration. The problem is corrected by requiring index
uniqueness of both "Primary" and "Unique" constraint definitions. Any
"Primary" and "Unique" constraint definitions based on non-unique indexes prior
to release 11.3.1 must be corrected in your OpenEdge constraint definitions or
modified in the SQL of the *.df files for migration when the generated
constraints are not based on unique indexes.


PSC00242574 : Always run r-code against the schema image of the original
database
================================================================================
Position-independent rcode is "independent" of the physical position of a
column in the foreign data source. That is, column positions in the server
table can be rearranged without the need to recompile. However, introducing a
new column or deleting an existing column from an existing record structure
always requires the r-code to be recompiled against the new schema layout. The
r-code is dependent only on a logical identification of the column, and not the
physical position of the column. The logical identification, in the OpenEdge
database, takes place before migrating to a foreign data source, and the
logical identification does not change once the column is defined in the
OpenEdge table. When the columns are rearranged on the server, the code need
not be recompiled, but the foreign schema must be pulled back into the schema
image. This is to ensure that the new physical position of a column is matched
in the schema to the logical identifier that is also known to the r-code.

You can only run r-code or load data (.d file) while connected to a schema
image that is derived from the same database that was migrated and connected to
the server when the code was first compiled and/or the data was first dumped.
This ensures that the same logical column identifier is preserved after
migration and/or after any subsequent schema pulls.

Note: When the server table is re-pulled into the same schema image (after the
columns are rearranged on the server), the logical column identifier is
re-matched to the physical column position so that the r-code can find again
the column in a run-time application.


PSC00215517 : Techniques to load .d file when table has non-updatable column on
MSSQLServer
================================================================================
In MSS DataServers, there is a restriction to a load operation from a .d file
when the table has non-updatable columns (i.e. columns on MS SQL server are of
type 'identity' or 'timestamp' or 'rowguid').
You can work-around this restriction by following one of the two options
described below.

Option 1:-
Use dump/load tools of the foreign data source instead of data from a .d file
to load your foreign table.

Note: This is the only way to retain the original values from non-updatable
columns.

Option 2:-
If the user wants newly generated values for non-updatable columns stored along
side updatable fields from the given '.d' file, write an ABL program to read
data from the .d file into a temp table and then skip non-updatable fields
while writing the temp table records to the foreign table.

Sample ABL code provided below to perform this task.

Conside a table named "test" on SQL Server side with the sturcture as,

TABLE [test](
[fld1] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
[fld2] [varchar](50) NULL,
[fld3] [varchar](50) NULL
)

****** sample ABL code ******

/* define temp table with the name Temptbl for table test */
define temp-table Temptbl like test.

/* pouplate temp-table Temptbl from the records in the .d file name test.d */
INPUT FROM test.d.
REPEAT:
CREATE Temptbl.
IMPORT Temptbl.
/* create a record in the foreign DB */
CREATE test.
BUFFER-COPY Temptbl EXCEPT fld1 TO test.
END.
INPUT CLOSE.

*****************************


PSC00306698 : Native sequence restarts from Initial values on recycle.
================================================================================
While performing schema migration of OpenEdge Sequence objects and pulling them
back into the schema holder, users can now map OpenEdge sequence objects to MS
SQL Server Native Sequence objects using MS SQL Server Native sequence. All ABL
sequence operation can now call MS SQL Server native sequence operation.

-To change the CURRENT-VALUE of a sequence and set it to a value within the
boundaries of Minimum and Maximum Sequence value as SET
CURRENT-VALUE(<seqname>)=<val>.
-To obtain the value of the next sequence object, use NEXT-VALUE(<seq>). The
NEXT-VALUE function returns the incremented value of the current sequence
value.

There is one anomaly in the OpenEdge sequence behavior of these functions when
hitting the maximum sequence value using a native sequence and the recycle
option in compbination. It is as follows:

While using DataServer for MicroSoft SQL, if a user sets the current value of a
native sequence, the start value is modified with the value provided in the SET
CURRENT VALUE statement. If the NEXT-VALUE is called in a repeated loop till it
reaches the maximum value of the sequence with the Cycle option active, the
NEXT-VALUE restarts from the native sequence start value that is set by the
last SETCURRENT-VALUE operation. It does not restart from the start value when
the sequence was created. If the SET CURRENT-VALUEis not called, the NEXT-VALUE
restarts with the start value that is set when the sequence is created.


PSC00261271 : A FOR EACH exclusive-lock with no index results in unexpected
behavior
================================================================================
A FOR EACH exclusive-lock on a table with no index and with no designated ROWID
in the schema holder always results in an unexpected behavior.


PSC00257433 : Creating a NVARCHAR(MAX) record gives Max Limit error
================================================================================
Creating a NVARCHAR(MAX) record gives Max Limit Exceeded error when the Unicode
Database is created with "UTF-8" codepage but connects to the schema holder
using "-1252" codepage. The problem only occurs when the buffer is at a
specific size, and is specific to WINDOWS 2008 R2 64-bit machine.

You can work around this issue in two ways:
- Connect to the schema holder with the "UTF-8" codepage.
- Reduce the buffer size by 4 bytes.


PSC00246724 : R-code compiled in OpenEdge 11 before and after this fix must be
recompiled
================================================================================
32-bit and 64-bit datasever r-code compiled in OpenEdge 11.2.0 is incompatible
with OE 11 releases before and after it due to a change of data stored in
r-code. Corrections are required for all r-code compiled against the
DataServer for MS SQL Server in releases other than 11.2.0. Release 11.2.0
r-code is only compatible with its own run-time. Moving Release 11.2.0 MSS
DataServer r-code to later releases (11.2.1+ or 11.3+) requires a recompile
even if you recompiled once already in moving to 11.2.0.


PSC00246559 : Recompile r-code in 11.2.1/11.3.0 from OpenEdge 11.2 or previous
V11 versions
================================================================================
32-bit and 64-bit platform r-code compiled on OpenEdge 11.2 (or previous
versions) must be recompiled at least once before being executed on OpenEdge
11.2.1 or later versions. Corrections were required for all r-code compiled
against the DataServer for MS SQL Server due to 64-bit alignment issues
associated with stored r-code that affect run-time capabilities on both 32 and
64 bit platforms.


PSC00242586 : Always run r-code against the schema image of the original
database
================================================================================
Position-independent rcode is "independent" of the physical position of a
column in the foreign data source. That is, column positions in the server
table can be rearranged without the need to recompile. However, introducing a
new column or deleting an existing column from an existing record structure
always requires the r-code to be recompiled against the new schema layout. The
r-code is dependent only on a logical identification of the column, and not the
physical position of the column. The logical identification, in the OpenEdge
database, takes place before migrating to a foreign data source, and the
logical identification does not change once the column is defined in the
OpenEdge table. When the columns are rearranged on the server, the code need
not be recompiled, but the foreign schema must be pulled back into the schema
image. This is to ensure that the new physical position of a column is matched
in the schema to the logical identifier that is also known to the r-code.

You can only run r-code or load data (.d file) while connected to a schema
image that is derived from the same database that was migrated and connected to
the server when the code was first compiled and/or the data was first dumped.
This ensures that the same logical column identifier is preserved after
migration and/or after any subsequent schema pulls.

Note: When the server table is re-pulled into the same schema image (after the
columns are rearranged on the server), the logical column identifier is
re-matched to the physical column position so that the r-code can find again
the column in a run-time application.


PSC00242399 : Existing MSS logical schema requires an update to enable certain
LOB operations
================================================================================
In MS SQL DataServer, partial LOB operations with non-native MS SQL Server
drivers had resulted in an error. The schema image has been modified to include
additional information that allows for important LOB data type distinctions in
the non-native drivers. As a result, a newly created logical schema with
re-pulled server definitions will no longer experience errors when non-native
drivers are processing DataServer LOB operations. If you want to successfully
use an existing logical schema with non-native driver connections, you must
first run the attached, upd_sqlcols_buf.p, script and then re-pull your table
definitions with LOB data types from the server into the schema holder
database.


PSC00241769 : Unicode datatypes mapped to OE CHARACTER truncated during data
comparison
================================================================================
In the previous releases, only Non-Unicode data was truncated during data
comparison, while an equivalent Unicode character datatype issued an error due
to the size mismatch of the comparison. To resolve this issue, Unicode
datatypes in MS SQL Server mapped to the OpenEdge CHARACTER datatype in
database tables (defined in the schema holder), get truncated during data
comparison with other Unicode character columns or expressions defined in a
WHERE clause. (This is similar to the non-Unicode data types behavior.) This is
done to achieve compatibility with the OpenEdge database which currently
performs this same WHERE clause value truncation. Therefore, the new behavior
provides consistency across all (Unicode and non-Unicode) character types.


PSC00225578 : Computed column support enabled by MSS DataServer prior to MS SQL
Server 2005
================================================================================
Computed columns are resolved differently in the server schemas prior to MS SQL
Server 2005 when compared to how they are resolved in MS SQL Server 2005 and
later versions. This fix properly resolves computed columns in server schemas
prior to MS SQL Server 2005 so that computed columns are now correctly
identified by the DataServer in all supported releases of MS SQL Server.


PSC00223191 : ZPRGRS_RECID_BUF_SIZE Option minimum value changed from 44 to 52
================================================================================
The minimum RECID buffer size has changed to 52 (from 44).

The ZPRGRS_RECID_BUF_SIZE option allows the RECID buffer size to be configured
to a customized size for the DataServer session.

NOTE: DO NOT INCREASE THIS VALUE IF THERE IS NO REQUIREMENT FOR IT. INCREASED
BUFFER SIZES CAN HAVE A NEGATIVE EFFECT ON NETWORK PERFORMANCE RUNNING
DATASERVER'S CLIENT/SERVER.

This syntax is for setting the buffer size for the RECID area,

-Dsrv ZPRGRS_RECID_BUF_SIZE,nnnn
(where nnnn is the new size of the area in bytes. The range limits for nnnn
are inclusive of values between 52 to 1024.)


PSC00218590 : SQLError not getting message with SNAC-10 driver.
================================================================================
New trigger solution (CR#OE00178470) generates 'PSC-init' and 'PSC-end'
messages on trigger execution. Modified DataServer code gets these messages
using SQLFetch()- SQLError - api calls for 2 times. Observed that SNAC-10
driver is not returning the PSC-end message as part of the 2nd time SQLFetch()
with SQLError()- API calls.

This is a 3rd party SNAC-10 driver issue. Confirmed the same by using a sample
ODBC program.

Note: This behavior has NO impact on DataServer functionality.


PSC00251163 : Recompile r-code in 11.2.1/11.3.0 from OpenEdge 11.2 or previous
versions
================================================================================
32-bit and 64-bit platform r-code compiled on OpenEdge 11.2 (or previous
versions) must be recompiled at least once before being executed on OpenEdge
11.2.1 or later versions. Corrections were required due to the byte ordering
of data stored in r-code compiled against any DataServer (ODBC, MSS, or
ORACLE). The byte-ordering of r-code storage and run-time retrieval affects
run-time capabilities on both Little Endian (LE) and Big Endian (BE) machine
types.

f. DB

PSC00309264 : Concurrent use of idxcheck all and create partition may deadlock
================================================================================
Do not execute idxcheck all while defining Table Partitioning partitions. A
deadlock situation between these two operations is possible. The deadlock will
resolve itself when one of the two operations times out at 30 minutes. Manual
intervention by killing one of the operations will also resolve the deadlock.

The index check command specifying a particular table will not deadlock, even
if that table is a partitioned table and a partition is added while the
idxcheck is executing.


PSC00301809 : Binary Dump and Load with DOUBLE datatype
================================================================================
The .bd file produced by binary dump and used by binary load contains the
records in machine independent format. Progress has learned that for DOUBLE
fields (_field._data-type = "double") - the dump contents was not properly
stored in machine independent format. This is a problem when the binary load
target is on a system of a different endian than the binary dump source from
which the .bd file was created.

A solution is implemented in 10.2B0814, 11.3.3, 11.4.0.

This solution uses a previously unused byte in the .bd file header. Binary
dump now includes an indicator for the endian of the source database.

Binary load now reads the indicator field and does one of the following:
- If the load target is the same endian as the source, it proceeds as it did
before
- If the load target is a different endian than the source, as DOUBLE datatype
records are loaded they are converted to the
appropriate format
- If the indicator is missing (this is a binary dump file from an earlier
release), the schema is checked for the presence of
DOUBLE datatype.

- If there is none, the load proceeds as it did before.

- If a DOUBLE datatype is present, binary load will ask the user to supply
the endianness of the source and then
proceed as indicated:

Please tell the endianness of the source machine where the .db file
was generated from so the data can be loaded accordingly.
0 - The endianness of the source machine is unknown, abort the
operation.
1 - The endianness of the source machine is the same as the current
one.
(Both are big or little endianness machines)
2 - The endianness of the source machine is different from this one.
(One is big endian machine and the other is little endian
machine)
Please input you choice:


PSC00220715 : dbutil.bat supports nine command line parameters
================================================================================
dbutil.bat supports 9 command line parameters. Use proutil.bat if your command
line requires more than 9 parameters. proutil.bat supports 27 parameters.


PSC00220401 : An encryption-enabled, manual start db cannot be started by
failover clusters
================================================================================
You cannot start a database enabled for failover clusters with your operating
system cluster resource manager if it is also enabled for transparent data
encryption and configured for manual start.

Failover cluster and encryption-enabled databases must be configured for
autostart to be started by the cluster resource manager.

If you attempt to start an encryption-enabled database configured for manual
start with the operating system cluster resource manager, the actual startup
fails,
but the cluster resource manager may incorrectly report that the database has
been started.


PSC00226402 : Promon output format is changed to include additional fields
================================================================================
In Release 11.0.0, new columns are inserted into promon reports to provide
information on new fields, for example domains, tenants, and partitions. Refer
to "OpenEdge Data Management: Database Administration" for more details.
Understanding the change in column location is particularly important if you
have scripts that parse promon output and act on the parsed results.


PSC00299582 : Utilities performing index operations on a UTF-8 database
requires -cpinternal UTF-8
================================================================================
Utilities performing index key operations within PROUTIL require you to include
"-cpinternal UTF-8" on the command line when operating on a UTF-8 database. If
PROUTIL detects that your database is a UTF-8 database and -cpinternal UTF-8 is
not specified, a message is generated and the utility exits.

The utilities are: LOAD, IDXACTIVATE, IDXFIX, IDXCHECK, IDXBUILD, CONV1011,
PARTITIONMANAGE SPLIT, PARTITIONMANAGE MERGE, PARTITIONMANAGE TRUNCATE, and
TPIDXBUILD.


PSC00256028 : Database log messages contain GMT timestamps
================================================================================
During regular execution, when OpenEdge processes write to the database log
file (.lg) the timestamp header of the message shows the time in local time
format. This header with local time information includes the offset of the
local time from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

For example: "[2013/04/25@11:00:34.123-0400]" which shows that the time is 4
hours offset from GMT.

On UNIX systems, when OpenEdge processes field exceptions (either internal
fatal errors or signals from other processes), messages may be written to the
database log (.lg) file from within the process' Signal Handler code. These
messages, when written from the Signal Handler, show a timestamp header in
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) format.

For example: "[2013/04/25@15:01:07.000+0000]" which shows that the time is
actual GMT with 0 hours offset.

In addition, the time information written from the process' Signal Handler does
not show millisecond values.

This change in timestamp formatting allows OpenEdge to avoid calling certain
UNIX system functions which can cause a process to hang or not properly
terminate if called from within the Signal Handler code.

g. Doc

PSC00309122 : Documentation corrections for ABL API for Multi-tenant and Table
Partition Management
================================================================================
In "OpenEdge Development: Programming Interfaces", several features and
examples are documented but are not implemented in this release.

The examples shown in the following sections are not supported:

- "Renaming a partition policy"
- "Rename of a partition policy detail"
- "Finding last by value section" is not supported.

The following features are not implemented

- The Table Partition property IsReadOnly, documented in Table 115.
- The Table Partition Maintenance IPartitionPolicy detail interface property
IsDataEnabled, documented in Table 117. (IsDataEnabled is in use for tenants
and is inherited from a common interface.)


PSC00240336 : Problems with context-sensitve help in Progress Developer Studio
for OpenEdge
================================================================================
When launching context-sensitive help in Eclipse, Help Not Found errors
sometime occur even when help is available. The error message is, "The context
help for this user interface element could not be found."

If you get a Help Not Found error after pressing F1, or clicking the help icon
in the UI, try one of the following:

1. Click on some other element in the UI and press F1, or click the help icon
again.

2. Click on "Search for . . ." link in the help pane. A list of relevant topics
appears.


PSC00236766 : Infragistics assembly and namespace changes in version 2011.1
================================================================================
With support for Infragistics Version 2011.1, several of the assemblies, DLL's,
and corresponding namespaces have been changed in OpenEdge Release 11.0.

As a result, you will need to change any existing code that uses the affected
assemblies.

To see a list of the changes:

1. Go to the following URL:
http://help.infragistics.com/NetAdvantage/WinForms/2011.1/CLR2.0/html/Win_Deplo
yment_Overview.html.

2. Select the link, "Known Issues and Breaking Changes".

3. Select the link, "Breaking Changes in 2011 Volume 1".


PSC00310496 : IDXCOMPACT and IDXMOVE support "composite initial"
================================================================================

In the book, "OpenEdge Data Management: Database Administration", the reference
entries for PROUTIL IDXCOMPACT and PROUTIL IDXMOVE are missing the "composite
initial" option. The "composite initial" option specifies that the utility is
to operate on the composite initial partition of a table-partitioned table.
Use "composite initial" instead of "partition 'partition-name'" in the syntax.


PSC00183192 : Search of PDF files for UNIX Platforms
================================================================================
On UNIX platforms, the search index is not automatically attached to the
documentation PDF files. To attach the index file so that you will have search
capabilities, follow these steps:
1. From the Adobe Acrobat Reader, click on the Search icon. The Adobe Acrobat
Search dialog box appears.
2. In the Adobe Acrobat Search dialog box, click on the Index button and
choose Add.
3. From the drop down list of files, select the oeidx.pdx file and choose OK.


PSC00183191 : Non-existing examples mentioned in online help for CSSPIN
================================================================================
The CSSpin Active X Control Help file mentions the following example:
Example Location
Project File Form/Basic File
SPINDEMO.VBP SPINDEMO.FRM
These example files do not exist.


PSC00183190 : Accessing online help for CSCOMBO ActiveX Control
================================================================================
If you press F1 to get help on the CSCOMBO ActiveX Control, you will get an
error indicating it cannot find the help file. To access the help for the
CSCOMBO ActiveX Control, do the following:
1. Select Start->Program->OpenEdge->Help. The OpenEdge Online Help file
appears.
2. In the left pane, double-click the ActiveX Control Help folder to expand
it. Then, select the CSCombo Control help topic.


PSC00183184 : Online Help unavailable for editor's dialog boxes
================================================================================
Online help for dialog boxes in the Procedure Editor is not available. The Help
buttons on the dialog boxes do not work because the color-coding editor control
only supports MicrosoftRTM WinHelp (.hlp) files and not MicrosoftRTM HTML
(.chm) files.


PSC00183183 : Microsoft Security Update may affect remote access of Online Help
================================================================================
If you receive the following error when accessing the help remotely:
"Action cancelled Internet Explorer was unable to link the web page you
requested. The page might be temporarily unavailable", see the Microsoft
Knowledge Base article titled: "Certain Web sites and HTML Help features may
not work after you install security update 896358 or security update 890175"
located at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/892675/. The article describes the
reasons for the issue and provides workarounds.


PSC00183600 : Installation of Failover Clusters -- Windows
================================================================================
You must ensure there are no active instances of the Cluster Administrator
utility prior to installation. To do this, use the Windows Task Manager to
check for processes running the cluadmin.exe image. If a user associated with
an instance of the Cluster Administrator is not readily identifiable, these
processes can be forcefully terminated as follows:

1. Within Task Manager, select the cluadmin.exe process and press the End
Process button.

2. Answer yes to the popup dialog asking if you really want to terminate
the process.

Failure to shut down all instances of the Cluster Administrator tool results in
a partial installation and fails to properly register the resource and
administrator extension DLLs, causing cluster management to fail.


PSC00183187 : Accessing online help for CSSPIN ActiveX Control
================================================================================
If you press F1 to get help on the CSSPIN ActiveX Control, you will get an
error indicating it cannot find the help file. To access the help for the
CSSPIN ActiveX Control, do the following:
1. Select Start->Program->OpenEdge->Help. The OpenEdge Online Help file
appears.
2. In the left pane, double-click the ActiveX Control Help folder to expand
it. Then, select the CSSpin Control help topic.


PSC00310551 : JSDO doc unclear about when members return null
================================================================================
The documentation on JSDO methods and properties is not clear about when null
or undefined is returned. In other words, in some cases, not yet identified,
the documentation says that a given method or property returns null when, in
fact, it returns undefined; or the opposite: that another method or property
returns undefined when, in fact, it returns null.

h. GUI

PSC00244792 : Behavior changes when cropping and stretching images
================================================================================
In OpenEdge releases earlier than 11.3, cropping images (using the FROM option
of the Image phrase, or the optional parameters of the LOAD-IMAGE ( ) method)
and stretching images (using the STRETCH-TO-FIT attribute of the IMAGE widget)
did not always work as specified. In many cases, the cropping and stretching
were ignored or were performed incorrectly. These issues are fixed in OpenEdge
Release 11.3. Applications which use these features may display images
differently than in earlier releases.


PSC00238681 : VideoSoft IndexTab control does not display properly on certain
platforms
================================================================================
The VideoSoft vsIndexTab OCX does not display at runtime on certain platforms
(for example, Windows 7 64-bit). This is a third-party issue, and occurs
whether developing in Visual Studio 2010 or with OpenEdge.


PSC00237832 : Crystal Reports XI causes crash in some environments
================================================================================
Adding an instance of the Crystal Reports XI ActiveX Report Viewer to a window
causes a crash on certain platforms (such as Windows 7 or Windows 2008 Server)
and with certain Report Viewer versions (namely V11.5 or later 11.X versions).
This is a third-party issue, and occurs whether developing in Visual Studio
2010 or with OpenEdge.


PSC00258689 : AppBuilder in Developer Studio does not support SHIFT in
accelerators
================================================================================
The ABL does not support SHIFT as second modifier for modified single key
accelerators. Developer Studio bindings defined with ALT-SHIFT-X or
CTRL-SHIFT-X (The "x" refers to any printable char.) will thus not work when
the focus is in the design window. Progress will send CTRL-X or ALT-X to
Eclipse ignoring the SHIFT and fire corresponding bindings if defined. This
means that the ABL UI Designer do not respond to CTRL-SHIFT-W (Close all) and
CTRL-SHIFT-S (save all) in the Developer Studio default Theme.

i. Install

PSC00200154 : Sonic container startup shortcut requires quotes for directories
with spaces
================================================================================
If you install OpenEdge into a directory with a space in the name (e.g.
C:\Program Files\OpenEdge), the shortcut to start up the sonic container does
not function properly. You can fix the problem by editing the shortcut and
enclosing the Target: and Start in: fields in double quotes.


PSC00228408 : OpenEdge support on Windows XP
================================================================================
OpenEdge supports Windows Service Pack 3 and later for the Windows XP platform.


PSC00196833 : .Net Framework not installed with unknown default language
================================================================================
Progress Developer Studio and OpenEdge Advanced UI Controls have a dependency
on the Microsoft .NET Framework v4.0.

The OpenEdge installation media includes the English version of the Microsoft
.NET Framework, and the OpenEdge installation process will automatically
install the framework if it is not already your system, provided that your
system's locale is set to English.

If the locale on your system is set to something other than English and the
.NET Framework 4.0 for your locale is not already installed, then Progress
Developer Studio and OpenEdge Advanced UI Controls do not install properly.
OpenEdge will not install the English version of the .NET Framework when the
system locale is not English, and the Advanced UI controls will not install
without the .NET Framework installed.

To work around this problem, install the Microsoft .NET Framework v4.0 for your
locale, prior to installing OpenEdge.

To download different languages of the .NET Framework 4.0 as well as the
Windows 64-bit version:
- Login to http://www.progress.com/esd
- Choose "Progress OpenEdge Deployment Components"
- Choose "Microsoft .NET Framework" download page


PSC00196736 : Unknown Publisher message with a Netsetup Install
================================================================================
After performing a Netsetup install on Windows the user may see an Unknown
Publisher message when running any OpenEdge .EXE files from a network drive. To
resolve this issue, add the network drive share to the client's trusted zone.

To add the network drive to your trusted zone:

1. Open the Internet Options Dialog Box from an Internet Explorer session.
2. Select the Security Tab.
3. Select the Local Intranet icon from the zones shown.
4. Click the Sites command button, which opens a Local Intranet Dialog Box.
5. Click the Advanced command button, which opens a dialog box where you
add and remove websites from your intranet.
6. Add \\servername\ to the list of websites. Click Close, then OK to return to
the main Internet Options Dialog Box.

You may have to reboot the client for this to take effect.


PSC00216026 : The WebClient One-Click install fails as a Non-Admin User
================================================================================
The WebClient One-Click install (OCI) (over-the-web install) fails when run by
a non-admin on a system that does not already have the Installshield Setup
Player installed as an Add-On. For this to work, the add-on must already be
installed/registered by an Administrator. Running the WebClient One-Click
install as Administrator just one time will get the Setup Player installed.
After this is done the WebClient One-Click install can be run as a
Non-Administrator. This issue only occurs when installing Over-the-Web. This
issue does not occur when running the WebClient installation directly via the
setup.exe file.


PSC00301253 : The prompt to install 32-bit WebClient does not appear
================================================================================
After you uninstall a 32-bit WebClient and a 32-bit application, when you try
to re-install the application, the prompt to install 32-bit WebClient does not
appear because when you uninstall the WebClient, the file associations for
prowcapc.dll are removed.


PSC00299643 : Personal install of WebClient fails with Internet Explorer
================================================================================
When you do a web-based install of WebClient using Internet Explorer, you get
the following error message:

---------------------------
Feature transfer error
---------------------------
Feature: Disk<1>
Component: <Disk1>Disk1 Files(1)
File: C:\Users\User.W764\AppData\Roaming\InstallShield Installation
Information\{59728F20-15EE-4C15-BB4F-780CDF156ADA}\
Error: Access is denied.

This is a third party limitation. The only workaround is to use a cdimage
install of WebClient instead of the web-based install.


PSC00281096 : Cannot install WebClient using 64-bit Internet Explorer
================================================================================
The web-based WebClient installation fails if you use 64-bit Internet Explorer
(IE).

This is a third-party limitation. The workaround is to either use 32-bit IE or
use the cdimage install.


PSC00255748 : WebClient 11.2.x service pack fails to install on top of
WebClient 11.2.0
================================================================================
The WebClient 11.2.x service pack fails to install on top of WebClient 11.2.0
for a non-admin user. It is a problem in the WebClient 11.2.0 installation and
cannot be resolved in this service pack. To install the WebClient 11.2.x
service pack properly, you must uninstall the WebClient 11.2.0 and install the
WebClient 11.2.x service pack again.


PSC00238578 : Slow Webclient installation on the Windows 2003 Server
================================================================================
While installing WebClient on the Windows 2003 Server, the progress bar might
reach 90% and then stop for more than 20 minutes before completing the
installation. This happens for the non-administrator group users.

j. LANG

PSC00294516 : Concurrent performace adding _aud-audit-data is improved
================================================================================
The concurrent performance of adding _aud-audit-data rows has been improved in
this release. When creating an _aud-audit-data row, the AVM no longer gets an
EXCLUSIVE-LOCK on the _Db table. This lock was causing 2 or more sessions to
get lock conflicts on the _Db table when adding _aud-audit-data rows. The
removal of the _Db lock allows multiple sessions to add rows without getting
lock conflicts.


PSC00279553 : Using a CONTAINS clause with TABLE-SCAN will result in an error
================================================================================
Using a WHERE string with a CONTAINS clause in conjunction with TABLE-SCAN will
no longer run or compile. For example:

FOR EACH customer WHERE Comments CONTAINS "house" TABLE-SCAN:

Attempting to compile code including this line will result in an error. If
there is already r-code built with a pre-11.4 version of OpenEdge, running this
will result in a runtime error.


PSC00269838 : R-code Expression Code Segment Size Increase
================================================================================
In 11.3.2 and above, the maximum size of the expression code segment of an
r-code file is increased from 4MB to 8MB.


PSC00253828 : XREF output lines are no longer truncated at 1535 characters
================================================================================
As of OE 11.3.1 and 11.4.0, XREF output lines are no longer automatically
truncated at 1535 characters. An output line may still be truncated depending
on the amount of memory available, but the limit will typically be much larger
than 1535 characters.


PSC00183853 : INT64 ActiveX support requires oleaut32.dll version 5.1.2600.2180
or later
================================================================================
To support the INT64 data type with ActiveX controls or ActiveX Automation
objects, C:\windows\system32\oleaut32.dll must be version 5.1.2600.2180 or
later. If your application uses an earlier version of oleaut32.dll and a
parameter of INT64 data type is passed to a COM object, the results are
unpredictable and may result in an error. This is true even if it is an input
parameter and the number in the variable is within the 32-bit range.
Therefore, if you do not have the correct version of oleaut32.dll, you should
not use the INT64 data type with COM objects.


PSC00183705 : CAN-FIND X field-list problem
================================================================================
The FIELDS clause does not guarantee the inclusion or exclusion of fields in
any given query. The AVM may require additional fields, for example, to
accommodate a key value required by an index.

The application must not reference fields that are missing from the FIELDS
list. In most cases when this occurs a run-time error is generated indicating
that the field is unavailable.

There are situations, for example with a function that includes the NO-ERROR
attribute by default, where it is legitimate to satisfy function requirements
using a field that is missing from the FIELDS list. Such instances equate the
missing field to the Unknown value (?) or null (for DataServers) in order to
resolve an expression. In other words, the ABL attempts to detect missing
fields with run-time errors where possible. However, there are cases where it
is legitimate to use a missing field in an expression. In such cases, the
missing field will resolve to the Unknown value (?) or native data source null.


PSC00253439 : Flow-of-control in a FINALLY block has changed behavior in some
cases
================================================================================
The ABL allows you to put flow-of-control statements (e.g., RETURN, LEAVE) into
a FINALLY block and also to throw an error out of that block. Since you can
also do these things in the associated code block, the runtime defines rules
that govern this situation.

The common purpose of a FINALLY block is for cleanup code that needs to be done
whether an error occurred or not. FINALLY is not intended to override
something that was done in the main part of the block. Nevertheless, the ABL
allows you to code two conflicting statements (one in the main part of the
block and one in the FINALLY block), and there are rules for how the ABL
behaves when you do this.

The general rule is that the last action takes precedence. If two errors are
thrown, one from the main block and one from the associated FINALLY block, you
only get the second error, which is from the FINALLY block. Additionally, if
the associated block and the FINALLY block return values, you only get the
second value. For example, if you RETURN 10 from a function and then RETURN 2
from the associated FINALLY block, the function returns 2.

However, through version 11.3, a simple RETURN statement in a FINALLY block (of
a procedure) would not only act as a flow-of-control statement, but would also
cancel out any error that was thrown out of the associated block. This was
deemed inappropriate and has been changed in subsequent versions. Below is a
more complete description of the two changes that are occurring in 11.4 and
beyond:

1. Simple flow-of-control statements (RETURN, NEXT, LEAVE, RETRY) do not have
error handling implications. They will no longer override an error condition
thrown from the associated block. The error condition takes precedence. This
applies to procedures that do a RETURN, NEXT, RETRY, or LEAVE in a FINALLY
block or functions that do NEXT, LEAVE, or RETRY in a FINALLY block.

Unlike other flow-of-control statements, the behavior of "RETURN <value>" in
the FINALLY block of a function has not changed, given that this statement also
sets the return value. In addition, there is no change if you have LEAVE in
the main part of the block and NEXT in the FINALLY block. The NEXT will take
precedence.

A "RETURN <string>" from the FINALLY block of a procedure will also not
override any error thrown out of the associated block, but it will continue to
set RETURN-VALUE.

2. If there is a "RETURN ERROR" in a function body and a "RETURN <value>" in
the FINALLY block, the AVM used to ignore the error (for historical reasons)
and therefore set the return value to Unknown. Now, the AVM will still ignore
the error, but the FINALLY statement will return the specified <value>. This
used to behave opposite to our rule that the action in the FINALLY block takes
precedence over the action in the associated block. The RETURN ERROR would
take precedence (even though it did NOT raise an error) by controlling the
return value. Now the RETURN <value> in the FINALLY block takes precedence.


PSC00132307 : Thai characters or complex scripts do not display in command
prompt or console
================================================================================
The Windows command prompt or console is not enabled for Thai characters or
complex scripts on any version of Windows (XP, Vista or Windows 7).

When trying to read Progress messages sent to the Console while using Thai or
complex scripts, you can:

* Use the English PROMSGS file.

* Use the Thai character or complex script PROMSGS file, but pipe the output of
the command to a file that can be read by any Windows editor.


PSC00183953 : Xmethods Web services used for demonstration in samples
================================================================================
This product and accompanying documentation contain references to the Weather -
Temperature and StockQuotes XMethods Demo services provided by XMethods, Inc.
(www.xmethods.net). Copyright 2003 XMethods, Inc. All rights reserved. Any use
of these services by you shall be for demonstration purposes only.


PSC00169627 : Memory violation when connecting to a Web Service on AIX 5.3
================================================================================
In order to use WebServices on AIX 5.3, the minimum Operating System
requirement is AIX 5.3.04. You can find the version of AIX you are running
using the oslevel -r command.


PSC00151150 : Data types defined in imported schemas are not seen by the WSDL
Analyzer
================================================================================
RN# 100B-00168
==============
When a WSDL document contains an XML Schema import element, the type and
element definitions of the imported schema are not seen by the analyzer. A
message indicating that a type or element definition could not be found will
appear in the generated documentation.

To work around the problem, copy the xsd:schema elements (and their contents)
from the imported schema document and paste them as children of the wsdl:types
element of the WSDL document. Also comment out the xsd:import element in the
xsd:schema element.

Double check namespace prefix definitions to ensure the prefixes in the copied
XML are properly defined and can be referenced by other parts of the WSDL
document.


PSC00148993 : Time zone information lost for some XML datatypes
================================================================================
The XML Schema datatypes, gYearMonth, gYear, gMonthDay, gDay, and gMonth, can
optionally include time zone information. OpenEdge does not handle time zone
information correctly for these datatypes. Any time zone input from the ABL is
lost, as is any time zone information returned from a Web service for these
datatypes. For example, "1953-10-4:00" becomes "1953-10". The one exception is
that Z, indicating Universal Time (UTC), is retained (for example, 1953-10Z
remains 1953-10Z).

k. Management

PSC00261709 : OpenEdge Management/Explorer configuration databases cannot be
reused with 11.4
================================================================================
Due to changes in third party libraries, you will need to migrate the
configuration database from 11.3 to 11.4 using the normal process (fathom
-dump/-load). The graph cache database cannot be migrated between the versions
and you will need to ensure the database is not reused with 11.4 by either
removing the graph cache or using a different OpenEdge Management working
directory.


PSC00306049 : New policy detail has partitions for all indexes
================================================================================
The DataAdmin ABL API for Table Partition Management
PartitionPolicyDetail:Partitions collection includes partitions for all indexes
when referenced before the PartitionPolicyDetail is created. The collection
should only contain partitions for the indexes that are defined as local.
Partitions for global (non-local) indexes are ignored when the
PartitionPolicyDetail is created.


PSC00305473 : Authentication error with the ABL API for Table Partition
Management split command
================================================================================
Authentication parameters (-U/-P) supplied to an ABL client do not get passed
to the ABL API for Table Partition Management split command, and the split may
fail with an authentication error.

Use the PROUTIL PARTITIONMANAGE SPLIT command instead.


PSC00305469 : PartitionSplitUtility not supported for UTF-8 databases
================================================================================
The ABL API for Table Partition Management class, PartitionSplitUtility,
requires session:cpinternal to split partitions in a UTF-8 database.

Use the command line utility, PROUTIL PARTITIONMANAGE SPLIT with the
"-cpinternal UTF-8" qualifier to perform the split partition function on a
UTF-8 database.


PSC00260374 : Cannot open Help for Remote AdminServer Config
================================================================================
Clicking on Help for Remote AdminServer Configuration does not open the help
topic. To open this topic, expand the contents tree and navigate to "Setting up
Remote Resource Monitoring and Configuration" under "OpenEdge® Management and
OpenEdge Explorer: Getting Started".


PSC00183176 : Cannot use an older version of PROMSGS with a current release
================================================================================
Through the automated OpenEdge installation process, Progress Software
Corporation programmatically ensures that a current OpenEdge installation has
the most recent OpenEdge messages in the PROMSGS files. This approach also
ensures that you always have the most up-to-date OpenEdge messages throughout a
release's lifecycle. Do not perform any tasks related to the PROMSGS files
outside of the standard OpenEdge installation process; for example, attempting
to use the PROMSGS environment variable to point to any versions of a PROMSGS
will have unpredictable and potentially undesirable results.

For example, the PROMSGS files installed with the OpenEdge Release 10.1B
contain the most up-to-date messages to support OpenEdge Release 10.1B. After
the initial install, if you install add-on products, or OpenEdge install
service packs that are released after the 10.1B Release date, Progress again
programmatically provides any newer or more recently updated PROMSGS files. As
each OpenEdge add-on product or service pack is installed, the installation
program checks to ensure that the newest copy of the PROMSGS file is being used
by all products.


PSC00183170 : ubroker.properties file is renamed ubroker.properties-sav
================================================================================
When uninstalling the ubroker.properties file is renamed ubroker.properties-sav
and copied to the temp directory.


PSC00183166 : Uninstall fails with Proshell.dll in use
================================================================================
The uninstall will fail if any of the files it attempts to remove are busy. Use
of the Windows Explorer has been known to cause this condition of rendering the
file proshell.dll as in use, thus preventing the uninstall from succeeding,
however this may not be obvious at the time of uninstall.


PSC00183165 : Error when default language not installed
================================================================================
While adding a product after an installation has been completed, if you attempt
to change the default language to a language that has not yet been installed,
and the language is one listed with a non-alphabetic character (e.g. -, (, ))
an error will result that will not accurately reflect the problem. The error
should not prevent the installation from continuing. This problem is apparent
on Windows/NT platforms only and does not occur on UNIX. The workaround is to
select entries from the pull-down list boxes.


PSC00183164 : Random errors with mapped drives on MSW
================================================================================
Due to Microsoft Knowledge Base Article #294816, we do not support the running
of a Progress application from a Network Share for Windows Terminal Services or
Citrix running on Windows 2000 Server or Windows 2000 Advanced Server. Terminal
Services users might see errors like "Disk or Network Error" or "C0000006: In
Page I/O Error", etc. This happens due to a bug in the Windows operating
system where the network redirector only creates one file control block (FCB)
for all user connections so that when the first user to open the files logs
off, the other users lose their connections to files. To work around this
problem, place the program and associated data files on a localvolume, not
network share.


PSC00309169 : Partitioning option is incorrectly enabled for pre-11.4 databases
================================================================================
The Table Partitioning "enable" option under "Database Features" for pre-11.4
databases is incorrectly enabled. This option should be disabled because the
Table Partitioning feature is not available for 11.3 and earlier databases.


PSC00306659 : Remote monitoring keyStorePath value is ignored
================================================================================
The value of the remote monitoring keyStorePath property, that is set in the
management.properties file, is ignored. Even if the keyStorePath value is
changed, the key store is searched for at the default path ($DLC/keys).


PSC00182944 : Working with Properties
================================================================================
If an "-Xbootclasspath:", "-Xbootclasspath/a:", or "-Xbootclasspath/p:" entry
that contains spaces in the argument value has been added to the
JavaTools.properties or AdminServerPlugins.properties file, the entry must be
manually edited to include quotes around the entire argument value (value to
the right of the colon).

l. NETUI

PSC00211451 : All dates exchanged between ABL and .NET are now the same except
12
================================================================================
All dates going from .NET to ABL and from ABL to .NET will be exactly the same
except for 12 days. These are the dates 2/29 in the leap years that are
represented by the Julian Calendar (on the Progress side) but not represented
by the Gregorian Calendar (on the .NET side).

(Since the Gregorian Calendar was not created until 10/15/1582, the .NET
DateTime implementation is not correct.)

These dates are:

2/29/100
2/29/200
2/29/300
2/29/500
2/29/600
2/29/700
2/29/900
2/29/1000
2/29/1100
2/29/1300
2/29/1400
2/29/1500


PSC00210591 : ABL extended .NET object subscribed to .NET event may be deleted
prematurely
================================================================================
An ABL extended .NET object subscribed to a .NET event may be deleted
prematurely. This bug can be observed with the following conditions:

- An ABL extended .NET object, for example AForm, is visualized
- A .NET object, for example a button, is not on AForm, but one of AForm's
methods is subscribed as the handler for this button's event.
- There is no reference to the button in the implementation of AForm.

If AForm is closed, and therefore Disposed, and all ABL references to it go
away, it will be deleted even though the button subscription is still
outstanding. In other words, the button, in essense, still has a reference to
the class due to the subscription. But this does not prevent the object from
being deleted, as it should.


PSC00225230 : .NET controls that call back to the AVM on other threads are not
supported
================================================================================
A .NET object might call back to the AVM to handle an event on a thread other
than the main UI thread. It might also call a .NET method on a different thread
where the method was overridden in a derived ABL class. The AVM does not
support either of these cases and raises a run-time error if they occur.


PSC00204789 : Workaround for Elegant Ribbon control and
IsolatedStorageException
================================================================================
The Foss PersistentStateManager class automatically loads and saves application
state in isolated storage, which does not work with the current OpenEdge .NET
bridge architecture. Setting the
LoadStateAutomaticallyFromIsolatedStorageForDomain property to FALSE disables
the automatic state loading at application startup. Add this line to your
program that uses the Elegant Ribbon control:

Elegant.Ui.PersistentStateManager:LoadStateAutomaticallyFromIsolatedStorageForD
omain = FALSE.

This also means that changes in the quick access toolbar will not be loaded and
saved automatically. If you need the changes to be kept, manually use the
Load() and Save() methods of the PersistentStateManager class.

m. OEBPM

PSC00258162 : Dataslot name cannot have sessionId as a keyword.
================================================================================
Dataslot name cannot have sessionId as a keyword.


PSC00255318 : BP Server DataSet CLOB supports only UTF-8
================================================================================
When you populate a dataslot with a DataSet value that contains a CLOB field,
the format must be UTF-8.

If your source data is in another format, it must be converted to UTF-8 using
ABL statements.

For example:

COPY-LOB FROM m2 TO etable1.clobFld CONVERT TARGET UTF-8.


PSC00310769 : Server does not start in Standalone BP Server installation
================================================================================
If the BP Server component is the only component installed on a system and the
database for OE BPM is configured and running on a remote system, on starting
the OE BPM servers the following error message is returned:
"Can Not load the library procfg.dll"
To work around this issue, copy the procfg.dll, from the system where the
database is running, to the DLC\bin folder of the system, where BP Server
component is the only component installed. Then, restart the servers.


PSC00293598 : Run DB Adapter with new DB without server restart.
================================================================================
Users can now configure and run the DB Adapter with D2C and Easyl databases
without restarting the BP server. Modifying the sbmcommondb-ds.xml to configure
the DB adapter was necessitating a restart of the BP server. Instead, the users
should create a new XML file with the suffix "-ds.xml", for example:
easyl-ds.xml/d2c-ds.xml and copy this file into the location
${OEBPM_HOME}\jboss\server\ejbServer\deploy\bmjdbc. This file contains the
<local-tx-datasource> node,which holds the Easyl/D2c configuration

A sample easyl-ds.xml will is as follows:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<datasources>

<local-tx-datasource>
<jndi-name>jdbc/EasylJNDI</jndi-name>
<!-- Change to DB specific connection-url and driver-class -->

<connection-url>jdbc:datadirect:ddcloud://das-qa-int.palette-test.progress.com;
databasename=MyDataSet</connection-url>

<driver-class>com.ddtek.jdbc.ddcloud.DDCloudDriver</driver-class>
<use-java-context>false</use-java-context>
<user-name>asmishra</user-name>
<password>Originalpassword</password>
<min-pool-size>5</min-pool-size>
<max-pool-size>40</max-pool-size>
<idle-timeout-minutes>5</idle-timeout-minutes>
<blocking-timeout-millis>5000</blocking-timeout-millis>

<prepared-statement-cache-size>50</prepared-statement-cache-size>

<transaction-isolation>TRANSACTION_READ_COMMITTED</transaction-isolation>
</local-tx-datasource>

</datasources>


PSC00288315 : Service Connection Details dynamically to OpenEdge
================================================================================
The service connection details can now be provided to OpenEdge dynamically and
OpenEdge Adapter does not get suspended in OpenEdge BPM Portal.


PSC00256482 : EJB Server does not start when hostname has _
================================================================================
The EJB Server does not start when hostname has "_". This is a limitation with
JBoss application server.


PSC00308519 : Migration to Jboss EE
================================================================================
The utility to migrate OEBPM from JBoss CE to Jboss EE only works if
installation OpenEdge installation has no spaces in file path.

n. Open Client

PSC00194437 : Multiple Dataset parameters and RPC Encoded Web Services with
Axis java clients
================================================================================
When defining multiple INPUT DATASET parameters for an OpenEdge web service
that uses RPC/Encoded SOAP messages, do not use the NAMESPACE-URI option in the
DEFINE DATASET statements.

The Apache Axis Java client does not properly handle namepsace declarations
when it sends a SOAP request for an RPC/Encoded SOAP message. As a result, an
incorrect message will be sent and the data will not be loaded into the
ProDataSet.

Axis may have similar issues with OUTPUT DATASET parameters. SOAP responses
from OpenEdge may not be properly deserialized.

If the NAMESPACE-URI option is required, then either define the OpenEdge Web
service to use Document/Literal or RPC/Literal SOAP messages. Alternatively,
avoid the issue by passing only one dataset in the Web service call.

o. PDSOE

PSC00305831 : Eclipse toolbar cannot be moved or resized in Progress Developer
Studio for OpenEdge 11.4
================================================================================
The Eclipse toolbar cannot be moved or resized in the products using Eclipse
4.3.1 because of the way Eclipse handles the custom products in 4.3 as compared
to 3.* versions.

Here is a workaround:
1. Open the
$DLC\oeide\eclipse\plugins\com.progress.tools.branding_2.4.0\plugin.xml file in
any text editor.
2. On line number 6, below the line
<product application="org.eclipse.ui.ide.workbench" name="%productName">
add this snippet:
<property
name="applicationCSSResources"
value="platform:/plugin/org.eclipse.platform/images/">
</property>
3. Restart Eclipse with the -Clean option (Progress Developer Studio for
OpenEdge users can click the Developer Studio -Clean from Start->All
Programs->Progress->OpenEdge).


PSC00292295 : Opening help from PDSOE causes SAXParseException
================================================================================
A bug in Java causes a SAXParseException when parsing large xml files,
including the PDSOE help. This exception does not affect the documentation
search, and can be safely ignored.

The Java bug was introduced in version 1.7.0_45, the JDK version used by PDSOE,
and it has been fixed in Java version 1.8.

See the following link for more details.
https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8028111.


PSC00261426 : Workaround for AVM shutdown after adding Mobile annotations to
files in a WebSpeed project
================================================================================
Adding Mobile annotations to files in a WebSpeed project causes the AVM to shut
down and not start again. To ensure that the AVM works properly, close the
corresponding WebSpeed project (by selecting "Close Project" from the project's
context menu) and then, reopen the project (by selecting "Open Project" from
the project's context menu).


PSC00240112 : Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge debugger behavior change
================================================================================
Starting in OpenEdge Release 11.0 and continuing in all subsequent releases,
the Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge debugger does not stop at the first
executable line. Instead, the debugger stops at the line containing the first
breakpoint.


PSC00307081 : Correct Indentation operation may corrupt AppBuilder code
================================================================================
Invoking the "Correct Indentation" operation in the Text Editor while editing
an AppBuilder source code may result in the loss of the generated code or for
the code to be corrupted, as a result of the changes made through Property
Sheets. One such known instance is when private data is added to a widget using
the Advanced Property Sheet.


PSC00283872 : Class Cache preference option must be changed to avoid
compilation error
================================================================================
Removing existing using statements after performing the Organize USING
Statements operation causes a compilation error, which can be avoided by
changing the Class Cache preference option as shown below.

The Organize USING statements operation consults the CodeModel to get the
details of the types that are referenced in the ABL code. This model is built
based on the Class Cache preference options, which can be accessed by selecting
Windows -> Preferences -> Progress OpenEdge -> Advanced -> Class Cache.

To build the code model for the respective PROPATH entries of an OpenEdge
project:
1. Change the "Limit scope of cache class information to" option from the
default selection Workspace to PROPATH.
2. Click "Refresh Now".

After changing the Class Cache preference option, the code model is built based
on project's PROPATH entries and the Organize USING Statements operation
functions as expected.


PSC00253143 : Facet version of imported projects need to be updated
================================================================================
When we use a older workspace or import a project (from 10.2B) into 11.4.x
version of PDSOE, the project's facets (OpenEdge and AppServer) do not
automatically get updated from 10 to 11 version. The user has to manually
update the facet versions as specified below.

Go to Project's properties -> Select Project Facets Node -> Change AppServer's
version to 11 and OpenEdge's version to 11 -> Click Apply -> Click Ok.

Once the facets are upgraded to version 11, creating a business entity will
work as expected. The Mobile and REST facets will also be enabled.


PSC00251242 : Eclipse switches to the Console View when the OE Web Server
writes to the log
================================================================================
Eclipse switches control from the Servers view to the Console view whenever OE
Web Server writes log. This is standard Eclipse behavior where-in the Console
view gets the control whenever the standard output or error streams change. The
user can opt for not activating the Console view on standard output or error
change by changing the Console preferences. This can be accessed by right
clicking in the Console view and selecting Preferences... .


PSC00302858 : UltraLiveTileView designer fails to open
================================================================================
In the 14.1.20141.2035 version of Infragistics, Progress Developer Studio for
OpenEdge Visual Designer can be used to drop the "UltraLiveTileView" ultra
control. However, the control's designer fails to open when the
"UltraLiveTileView Designer" option is invoked.


PSC00222815 : OpenEdge cannot compile/run GUI for .NET code generated using
previous versions
================================================================================
When you edit GUI for .NET code generated using a previous version of OpenEdge
Visual Designer, the generated code is updated to the current version of
Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge and thus might contain new language
constructs that are not compatible with the previous versions of the compiler
and the AVM, and wizard-generated code is incompatible with previous versions.
Such incompatibilities can occur even when you do not explicitly use new
features of the current version.

To compile and execute GUI for .NET code, you must use an OpenEdge version that
matches or is later than the Visual Designer version in which the code was
generated. For example, source code opened in version 11.0 of the Visual
Designer will no longer compile in 10.2B.

p. Porting

PSC00187938 : On Windows 7 platforms, sqlexp only works with a numeric port
number
================================================================================
On Windows 7 platforms, sqlexp can only connect to the database server if the
port is numeric. For example, specify the port number as 4050 rather than using
a service name like "mydbservice".


PSC00208050 : Windows 64bit requires more memory for the Operating System
================================================================================
In Windows 64-bit, the operating system requires 2GB of free memory for
acceptable OpenEdge performance. If your shared memory allocation (database
buffer pool) leaves less that 2GB of free memory, then performing even simple
operations, such as finding a record that is in memory, is extremely slow.

q. REST Adapter

PSC00253889 : Multiple versions of OOABL overloaded methods cannot be exposed
================================================================================
When creating a REST or Mobile service using Progress Developer Studio for
OpenEdge, you cannot expose multiple versions of overloaded OOABL methods.


PSC00305570 : Unable to deploy REST application on a remote AdminServer
================================================================================
You might observe timeout issues when deploying a REST application on a remote
AdminServer. This can happen when large REST application zip files take longer
to deploy than the default request timeout allows. Work around this issue by
increasing the fathom.activemq.timeout Java system property value. By default,
this property is set to 20000ms. Increase the value to 40000ms by adding
"fathom.activemq.timeout=40000" to the $DLC/fathom.init.params file.

r. SQL

PSC00192905 : ESQLC clients can specify an IP protocol version using a
parameter
================================================================================
ESQLC clients will default to using the IPv4 protocol. The use of the IPv6
protocol can be selected by using the -ipv6 parameter on the connection URL.
The following is an example of a connection URL where the use the of IPv6
protocol is desired:

progress:T:myhost:5000:mydb:[-ipv6]

The parameter is also available to use with connection URLs for the SQLDump,
SQLoad, and SQLSChema utilities.


PSC00258844 : ODBC DefaultIsolationLevel (DIL) parameter now allows only
numeric values
================================================================================
With the introduction of version 6.1 of the Progress OpenEdge ODBC driver, the
DefaultIsolationLevel (DIL) parameter has been changed to allow only numeric
values while creating an ODBC data source name (DSN).


PSC00287562 : Error in data access for TP table when data is not moved to
respective partitions.
================================================================================
For a TP table data access, user may experience failure when one or more
partitions of that table are marked for "prepare for split target". If query
tries to access such partitions, SQL server returns failure saying "Table is in
maintenance mode". This happens for local index scan and table scan. However,
SQL server does not report error when Global index scan is used by the query.
Below is the illustration of above behavior using an example.

--Alter the table to a list partition table
ALTER TABLE TAB
PARTITION BY LIST I USING TABLE AREA "tpCustomerArea60"
(
PARTITION PART_1 VALUES IN (1),
PARTITION PART_2 VALUES IN (2)
)USING INDEX IDX_TAB;

ALTER TABLE TAB PREPARE FOR SPLIT PRO_INITIAL TARGET PARTITION PART_1;

--Access data using local index scan. Error shall be thrown in this case
SELECT * FROM TAB;
[DataDirect][OpenEdge JDBC Driver][OpenEdge] Table "HUM.TAB" cannot be
accessed for a partition (partition id=1) due to incomplete db maintenance
operation.(17736)

--Access data using global index scan. We shall get result in this case
SELECT * FROM TAB FORCE(INDEX(INDX_GLOBAL)) WHERE I>0;
I
-----------
1
2

So, it is recommended to the users to move the data to respective partition as
soon as the partition is marked as "prepare for split target" to have
unrestricted data access.


PSC00261581 : STDDEV and VARIANCE introduced as new reserved words in OpenEdge
SQL 11.3.1
================================================================================
In the release 11.3.1, SQL has introduced two reserved words STDDEV and
VARIANCE. These words cannot be used as identifiers (as table names or column
names).


PSC00211717 : Display of null array is changed.
================================================================================
The ARRAY data type is a composite data value that consists of zero or more
elements of a specified data type (known as the element type). If the result
returned from an ARRAY data type is null, it used to be displayed as a string
that consists of ? for each element and seperated by ;. To be consistent with
all other data types, it will be changed to be displayed as null instead of a
string with above format now. Same for the result returned from pro_element
function.


PSC00188599 : SQL uses the Java compiler to compile the Java code for a CREATE
================================================================================
TRIGGER or CREATE PROCEDURE statement. If the Java compiler finds errors in
this Java source code, it outputs diagnostic information describing the errors.

A subset of the diagnostics is appended to the SQL-92 error
message which is returned to the client.

The entire set of diagnostics is stored on the server, in the SQL server's
WRKDIR (working directory). If the owner of the stored procedure/trigger is
OWNER, and the procedure/trigger name is XX, then all the diagnostics are in
the file named OWNER.XX.LST in the SQL server's WRKDIR (working directory).

The WRKDIR is identified by either the environment variable $WRKDIR, or on NT
by the registry entry WRKDIR under the registry key for the Progress software
installation.

s. Server Technology

PSC00258200 : Sonic8.6 integration fails on HPUX IA64
================================================================================
OpenEdge integration with Aurea 2013 fails on the HPUX IA64 platform.
Upgrading the Java version, from 1.6 to 1.7, causes the Sonic Domain Manager to
fail to start, and consequently the Sonic MQ and ESB Integration fails.

The Aurea Dev team has created a patch that can be downloaded from:

https://aureasoftware.thruinc.net/ExDn.aspx?id=023LG9G41CF&script=true


PSC00222182 : 11.1 Webspeed Messenger installation behavior for Windows
================================================================================
From OpenEdge Release 11.1, Webspeed Messenger installation behavior on Windows
has changed as below:

1) WebSpeed Messenger only installation:

The msngrs.properties file is created in the $DLC/properties location. Prior to
OpenEdge Release 11.1, it used to be the ubroker.properties file. This changed
behavior on Windows is now consistent with the behavior on UNIX.

Note: You can rename the msngrs.properties file to the ubroker.properties file.

2) WebSpeed Messenger only installation performed over the existing OpenEdge
installation:

a) The msngrs.properties file is created in $DLC/properties.
b) The existing ubroker.properties file is saved as ubroker.properties-sav.

This changed behavior on Windows is also consistent with the behavior on UNIX.


PSC00167391 : OpenEdge installation may install Sonic client and container code
================================================================================
RN#: 101A-00291
===============
The OpenEdge installation program may install Sonic Software client and
container code depending on which products get installed. Because the
installation program requires it run as ROOT on Unix, the Sonic Software code
gets installed with those permission set. The OpenEdge installation program
attempts to set the correct permissions for the Sonic code, but this fails on
the HPUX operating system. This will cause the Sonic ESB Container created by
OpenEdge to fail when started unless it is started as ROOT. To resolve this,
run the command 'chmod -R o+w *' from $DLC/sonic as ROOT.

t. WebClient

PSC00310993 : WebClient install fails from IIS
================================================================================
If hosting the WebClient install image on an IIS Web Server, the install might
fail with the following error message:
An error (-5005 : 0x8007000d) has occurred while running the setup.

If this occurs, make sure to define the following MIME types in your IIS web
server and re-try:
.inx application/octet-stream
.ini application/octet-stream
.hdr application/octet-stream


PSC00183963 : DLLs and EXEs That You May Have to Package with Your Application
================================================================================
Be aware that there may be Progress-supplied DLLs or EXEs that are used by your
application that are not included in the end-user WebClient install. Strictly
speaking, these DLLs and EXEs are not a part of ABL. For example, there are
some DLLS or EXEs only used during application installation. Other DLLS may be
required if the application uses procedures in the adecomm or adeshar
directories that indirectly use DLLs. Progress excludes them from the install
to keep WebClient as small as possible and keep install time over the Internet
as fast as possible. If you need any of these files to install or run your
application, include them in your application installation. Examples of these
files are listed below by category.

DLLs used by some procedures in adecomm/adeshar:
dirsrch.dll
fileinfo.dll
proprint.dll

EXEs that could be used by your install:
* ini2reg.exe
* regsvr32.exe (A Microsoft tool usually, but not always, installed on a
typical PC)


PSC00183961 : Do Not Use Notepad to Edit .htm Files
================================================================================
Do not use Notepad to edit the webclient.htm file or bootstrap.htm file for
customizing your application install. When Notepad saves the file, it changes
the line terminator characters and may make the file work improperly in the
browser.


PSC00183171 : The WebClient install does not accurately calculate disk space
required
================================================================================
The WebClient install does not accurately calculate the amount of disk space
required on the client side to do the install. Prior to the install the user
should probably have around 25 meg of available disk space. Some of this is for
temporary storage of installation files.

LIST OF ISSUES ADDRESSED

a. ADE Tools and Runtime

PSC00300460
=============================
When an error occurs while saving a temp-table record in AppBuilder code, index
corruption occurs resulting in the below error. This is repeatable corruption
that can be demonstrated at will.

SYSTEM ERROR: Index _x-recid-col in _BC for recid 69896 could not be deleted.
(1422)


PSC00298294
=============================
The AppBuilder Column Editor does not enable the Format for a static
SmartDataBrowse.


PSC00297878
=============================
The Temp-db maintenance tool breaks the label & column-label definitions for
fields (likely other strings as well), if session is started with -cpinternal
UTF-8 -cpstream 1252, if the source include imported is also in 1252 codepage.

Accented characters and other characters that would be multi-byte in UTF-8
encoding results in severely corrupted strings - multiple characters can go
missing and/or parts of other strings get concatenated into the definitions.


PSC00290990
=============================
Errors due to missing files or methods in a procedure being edited in the
AppBuilder may erroneously cause "Compile arguments provided to the RUN
statement, but could not find procedure 'adecomm/_s-alert.p'. (14427)" to
appear instead of the true error message.


PSC00290700
=============================
Error "_storageobject record not on the file(138)" when trying to add index on
a ODBC DataServer Schema Holder using character client.


PSC00290435
=============================
When a widget in a dialog window is linked to a database field and when editing
the code warning message 4058 is displayed. If another event is created same
message is displayed.


PSC00286760
=============================
Data Administration - Cannot Load Application Auditing Events and Database
Options


PSC00269745
=============================
String comparison checking for changes in trigger's path between two schemas
ignores changes in casing which can cause the trigger location to be inaccurate
on Unix systems, where paths are case sensitive.


PSC00267818
=============================
Pressing Ctrl+S in a dialog in AppBuilder does not open the Section Editor.
The key combination works as expected in a Window.


PSC00267783
=============================
load ApplicationAuditEvents fails with 100%AcceptableErrorPercen
****************************************
load Application Audit Events fails with 100% Acceptable Error Percentage,
if the new file has duplicate records with the current file.


PSC00259178
=============================
Cannot load delta.df generated by Progress
***********************************
When loading a Progress generated delta.df with "DROP DATABASE <dbname>"
contents, the process failed with error "(138) _Db record not on file."


PSC00257643
=============================
Error 3166 when selecting Show Hidden in Data Administration
****************************************
Error 3166 occurs when checking "Show Hidden" in the Select Tables dialog for
Dump / Load Data Definitions if there is a SQL View present in the database
that has the same name as a database table.


PSC00255724
=============================
Incremental df between multi-tenancy DBs cause warning
****************************************
The following warning is returned when creating an incremental df between a
multi-tenancy database with only a default tenant and a multi-tenancy database
with multiple tenants:

WARNING: The index "index1" in database "source" is identical to the index
"index1" in database "target" except they are in different database AREAS. The
incremental dump utility cannot be used to change database AREAS. Create
AREAS with the "prostrct" utility and move indices with the "proutil idxmove"
utility. See the OpenEdge Database Administration Guide and Reference for
details.


PSC00255467
=============================
If you drop multiple instances of the same field into different frames you
cannot add triggers or locate triggers on any of these fields. If any trigger
existed on one of the fields before the second was added, you will get error
"Entry 6 is outside the range of list .... (560)" if you select the trigger in
the Section Editor combo-box.


PSC00250444
=============================
Using the Modify First button within causes error (16512)
****************************************
When using the GUI Data Dictionary to create a new field by copying another
field, there is a button called Modify First. Selecting that button causes
error (16512).


PSC00250130
=============================
RefreshBrowse removes record from smartDataBrowse
****************************************
RefreshBrowse removes record from smartDataBrowse with SDO built against a temp
table.


PSC00248998
=============================
Dynamics Admin user can create users for other companies
****************************************
An Admin user that has access to a single company can create users for other
companies.


PSC00235187
=============================
DATETIME-TZ values corrupted by AppBuilder in Freeform query
****************************************

If the query in an AppBuilder generated browse contains a WHERE clause with
datetime-tz values and the query is converted to a freeform query, the
AppBuilder replaces the colons in the datetime-tz value with periods, thus
corrupting the value.

b. Adapter for SonicESB

PSC00289874
=============================
STOP condition on the AppServer causes the AppServer agent to hang in the
LOCKED state when calling a persistent procedure from the ESB Native Adapter.


PSC00286618
=============================
connection timeout to an application server as an Openedge Adapter for Sonic
ESB 8.5 adapter (the client).


PSC00257622
=============================
OpenEdge Native Services MF container hangs
****************************************
Cannot shutdown OpenEdge Native Services containing MF container if network
fails

c. Adapter for SonicMQ

PSC00258558
=============================
Error 1353 when stepping over procedure within OEA debugger
****************************************
When stepping over a procedure or method in a 4GL Adapter application the
following error occurs.

d. AdminServer

PSC00298607
=============================
When Database Administration Connections are selected for multi-tenant enabled
databases the view remains at the Connections view in the left hand pane
without error.


PSC00297213
=============================
"Configured Products:" are not all populated from the licenses currently in use
(per progress.cfg) and the version is not the current installed version (only
FCS).


PSC00291922
=============================
ubroker.properties does not reflect best practices for brokerKeepAliveTimeout.


PSC00291700
=============================
Database fails to start with errors 13685 or 13187 if spaces or double quotes
are used in the archivaldir directory path in the conmgr.properties


PSC00290819
=============================
Root authorization fails from remote host when running dbman query on HPUX


PSC00285790
=============================
Adminserver java memory use grow about gradually when allowDiscovery is set to
true. Eventually the AdminServer may run out of memory and crash.


PSC00249035
=============================
For AdminServer to start database on localhost must list 127.0.0
****************************************
For AdminServer to start database on localhost must list 127.0.0.1

e. AppServer

PSC00296214
=============================
The AppServer registration mode of Register-LocalHost causes SSL hostname
verification to fail if the AppServer certificate was generated with the Fully
Qualified Domain Name (FQDN).


PSC00294077
=============================
Appserver log incorrect rollover


PSC00293776
=============================
Setting queueLimit to a finite value on AppServer message queue may cause dead
lock scenario


PSC00290849
=============================
Appserver generates Netbios calls in a network.


PSC00289239
=============================
AppServer does not permit unbinding of the AppServer agent from the client if a
persistent procedure that was executed on the server is deleted from the
perspective of the server. This leaves an active client count, which causes
the client count to climb up to a point where the number of clients setting is
exceeded.


PSC00287955
=============================
AppServer agent gets errors (5475) and (9407) intermittently when broker is
started


PSC00286581
=============================
Broker log file location with spaces is not recognized by Appserver


PSC00268027
=============================
Error (12065) when starting DataServer broker
****************************************
Error (12065) when starting DataServer broker on DataServer only installation.


PSC00259062
=============================
Appserver does not start with a long PROPATH
****************************************
OE 11 Appserver won't start if length of the PROPATH is greater than 1033
characters.


PSC00255884
=============================
Error thrown from com.progress.open4gl.dynamicapi.Session when a
****************************************
The error is encountered when using Java open client proxy to invoke an ABL
procedure running on a Progress appServer and the error message is as:
com.progress.open4gl.Open4GLException: Input result set error:
com.progress.open4gl.Open4GLException: Stream protocol error tag = 21. (7189)
(7176)
at
com.progress.open4gl.dynamicapi.ExceptionConverter.convertToOpen4GLException(Ex
ceptionConverter.java:155)

The issue is reproducible on 10.2B02 and 10.2B04 both on windows and Linux.


PSC00252520
=============================
Client connection is "off by one" of the maxClientInstance value
****************************************
Currently the -maxClientInstance value is required to be n+1 if n is the
desired client connection number while the name of the property implies that it
should be possible to connect exactly the number of clients specified.


PSC00241201
=============================
Appserver does not always start on first attempt
****************************************
Occasionally during startup of an AppServer broker, one of the AppServer agents
may die with errors (5487) and (5475) shown in the server log, subsequently
causing the broker to crash.

f. Corticon Tools

PSC00283862
=============================
Records which are created by a Decision Service are not returned in the output
dataset/temp-table.


PSC00270113
=============================
Calling a decision service with data containing decimal values from a
non-American locale fails.

g. DATASERVER

PSC00305842
=============================
The ABL client hangs instead of showing error 2624 with Oracle DataServer when
a record is locked by another ABL session after upgrading the OE 10.2B06
service pack to OE10.2B07 or OE10.2B08 service pack.


PSC00302998
=============================
The following exceptions are returned when 2 buffers defined against the same
foreign dataserver table, but with different FIELDS definitions are evaluated
in a WHERE clause:


FILL got error <number> creating record <buffer-name>. (11878)
Field <field-num> from <file-name> record (recid <RECID>) was missing from
FIELDS phrase. (3782)


PSC00299204
=============================
Cannot connect an OpenEdge 11.3.2 stateless AppServer to multiple Oracle
databases using a pf file.


PSC00297383
=============================
Intermittent client crash when querying Oracle DataServer after introduction of
Datetime-TZ fields.


PSC00292382
=============================
CAN-FIND and FOR FIRST do not work as expected against unicode type MS SQL
Server DataServer. String provided in the WHERE clause does not produce any
errors if the string is more than the length of the ABL format and the SQL
Server nvarchar length.


PSC00288302
=============================
OE Client crashes when a predicate-free logical / aray field is included as the
last entry of a FOR EACH...WHERE query


PSC00285570
=============================
Creating an incremental.df with prodict/dump_inc.p fails when debugging is
enabled (DUMP_INC_DEBUG GT 0) with error 99.


PSC00284602
=============================
When a query contains the BY clause which is not unique and contain null
values, records are skipped from the result set. This occurs when the join is
performed by the client and INDEX-REPOSITION is set.


PSC00283951
=============================
Oracle DataServer fails to return the expected amount of data when executing
the same query twice.


PSC00280820
=============================
Default value " " in delta.df is properly added to in delta.sql for MSS
Dataserver (fix PSC00261781). However, if the column contains hyphen then the
default value " " in delta.df is not added to the delta.sql for MSS Dataserver.


PSC00278905
=============================
'SQL command not properly ended' error with join queries


PSC00270043
=============================
It is not possible to recover a session using DataServer for Oracle where a
transaction rollback occurs that involves a LOB field; the session has to be
restarted.


PSC00262676
=============================
Regression in 11.1.0.026 causes ORA-01002
****************************************
Regression in 11.1.0.026 causes ORA-01002: fetch out of sequence when ABL query
is run using session or query-tuning parameter NO-JOIN-BY-SQLDB.

PSC00262627
=============================
Open Query with outer-join might cause error ORA-01405
****************************************
Open Query with outer-join triggers error ORA-01405 when the NULL value appears
in the join criteria.

The cursor FECTHing the results is not set to handle NULL bufffer columns.


PSC00262101
=============================
MSS Dataserver: Performance drop migrating to 11.1 from 10.2B
****************************************
A specific query with multiple FOR EACH, each one with multiple JOIN statements
is in average20 percent percent slower in OpenEdge 11.1 as compared to Opendge
10.2B07.


PSC00261858
=============================
ORA-00933 error when there are outer join
****************************************
ORA-00933 error thrown for query of a dataset child table with outer join.


PSC00261781
=============================
Default value " " in delta.df is ignored in delta.sql for MSS DS
****************************************
New field, data-type CHAR, INITIAL VALUE "" is not properly translated into the
delta sql script when "include defaults" is specified.


PSC00261294
=============================
Slower performance when not using -Dsrv PRGRS_LHDC_CML switch
****************************************
OE 11.2.1 performs slower when not using -Dsrv PRGRS_LHDC_CML switch in the
DataServer connection parameters.


PSC00260828
=============================
FOR FIRST statement in memory mapped pl crashes session
****************************************
The ABL session crashes on the FOR FIRST statement ran from a memory mapped
procedure library against the Dataserver.


PSC00260803
=============================
Evaluation of logical fields is not performed by the foreign DB
****************************************
Evaluation of the logical fields is no longer performed on the foreign database
but on the dataserver client. This change in behavior can affect performance
significantly if the WHERE clause using multiple logical data type as operand.


PSC00260691
=============================
DataServer adds extra single quotes to the records which has single quotes in
the data string which makes parsing issue when millions of records involved.
This can be reproduced with MS SQL Server DataServer.

The record examples:

2 3/4"X90'-2PLY WHITE/CANARY - this is in the DB2 database.
'2 3/4"X90''-2PLY WHITE/CANARY ' - this is the "send-sql" raw data.
"2 3/4""X90'-2PLY WHITE/CANARY " - Progress "EXPORT" statement.


PSC00260393
=============================
Memory leak on prowin32.exe during a Do loop with a For First


PSC00253815
=============================
Entry 7 is outside the range of list ------,------. (560)
****************************************
The following message is persistent when running the Data Administration tool
(_admin.p), using the executable compiled with $DLC/oebuild/make/build_orarx.sh
script.

Entry 7 is outside the range of list ------,------. (560)


PSC00251570
=============================
Revised sequence generator poor performance
****************************************
The revised sequence generator does not prevent lock contention (error 2624)
from occurring and has its performance affected by the value assigned to
PRGRS_NATIVE_LOCKWAIT.


PSC00249916
=============================
ODS creates unreleased lock scenario with NO WAIT SQL to Oracle
****************************************
Oracle DataServer creates unreleased lock scenario with NOWAIT SQL to Oracle
which is causing Oracle error ORA-00054.

Error text:

ORA-00054: resource busy and acquire with NOWAIT specified


PSC00249155
=============================
MATCHES returns false when variable is left side of the match
****************************************
MATCHES returns false when variable is left side of the match running against
MS SQl Server DataServer


PSC00247036
=============================
delta sql is does not include changes to a field's DEFAULT VALUE
****************************************
When an SQL script is generated to create or upgrade the SQL Server database
(pro-to-mss or generate delta.sql) there is a checkbox "Include defaults" in
the migration dialog.

By default this option is unchecked which means that the initial value does not
get generated as a default value on the server, but on the Dataserver. If you
want the default value to be assigned on the server, you have to check the
"include defaults" in the migration dialog.

However if the default value of an existing field is modified, the delta.sql
will not reflect that change. The default value is only changed in the
dataserver delta.df.

Newly added fields do not experience this issue.


PSC00242497
=============================
MS SQL DS -ABL MATCHES does not work to find tilde
****************************************
ABL MATCHES fails to find tilde using '*~~~~*' in the WHERE Clause when run
against MS SQL Server DataServer.


PSC00242235
=============================
CURSOR info is logged on the dataserv.lg without use any switches.


PSC00237696
=============================
ORA-01036 error assigning logical value to oracle columns
****************************************
Logical field is not being updated on the oracle dataserver with oracle error
ORA-01036.


PSC00224407
=============================
Cannot change width of a field in MS SQL Server
****************************************
Cannot change width of a field in MS SQL Server. Error is:

exclprog in accessmast had a change to WIDTH which was not passed to the
df file and no ALTER TABLE statement was created to change field size.


PSC00164498
=============================
Error 3782 with nested "for each" ABL query w/Oracle DataServer
****************************************
Nested *FOR EACH* query causes error 3782 when run against Oracle DataServer.
Upon clicking OK on the error, the client hangs. The same code works on
Progress database without any problem.

h. DB

PSC00304907
=============================
Binary load is no longer showing record counts progress updates during load.
Users cannot gauge the speed or projected duration of load.


PSC00301809
=============================
When using binary dump and load to move data between systems of different
endian, data of float datatype is incorrect in the loaded database.

When dump and loaded between systems of same endian, the data is correct.


PSC00301550
=============================
In releases 11.1.0 through 11.3.2, dead _sqlsrv2 processes may result in the
database shutting down. Factors involved include: SQL, multiple clients in
process, -Ma > 1, and auditing.


PSC00299051
=============================
The TXE queuing mechanism employed to prevent transaction starvation has been
seen to severely impact performance when there is a high degree of conflict.
For example, deleting and creating concurrently in the same table with two
tenants has shown degradation from 3200 deletes per second to to 32 deletes per
second. The performance degradation is most notable on the HPUXIA64 platform.

The issue can be seen when TXE conflicts occur with just 2 connections running
on the system. The impact worsens as the number of conflicting connections
scales up. The frequency of the conflicting TXE requests is increased if one
connection is doing inserts in small transactions when another connection is
performing deletes in small transactions.

The queuing frequency can be seen in the "TXE Lock Activity" screen of promon
as well as in the _TXELock VST.

The decreased activity can be seen in the "DB Activity" screen of promon.


PSC00293031
=============================
BI can get corrupted if on a large table/database a subtransaction involving a
LOB field is undone.
This corruption will prevent database from going through crash recovery.


PSC00286987
=============================
Database crashes after getting errors 10560 and 10561


PSC00286897
=============================
Using releases 11.0 - 11.3.1, dbanalys on a database fails with message:
SYSTEM ERROR: Unexpected block type ITBLBLK encountered in upanalys


PSC00286643
=============================
promon -> R&D -> Blocked Clients screen showing many users blocked on STCA
lock.
Database performance is impacted and bi file growth is being seen.


PSC00286145
=============================
Database Request Statement Cache errors when attempting to unlock object but
holds no prior lock.


PSC00285575
=============================
When the Alternate Buffer Pool is assigned at the database objects level as
opposed to the Storage Area level,
PROMON correctly shows the current state: "LRU2 replacement policy disabled"
when OS reads GT -B2.
The lru2 mechanism is not enabled even though it should be.


PSC00285283
=============================
Database hangs during startup due to a remote server not releasing a semaphore.
No users can connect to the database.


PSC00284503
=============================
Openedge Database fails to startup during logical undo of JTA transaction after
normal shutdown. Logical undo fails with following error:
BROKER 0: dbxaGlobalTxnReserve: At dbxaUndoLogical call.
BROKER 0: SYSTEM ERROR: The broker is exiting unexpectedly, beginning Abnormal
Shutdown. (5292)
BROKER 0: drexit: Initiating Abnormal Shutdown


PSC00283560
=============================
IDXFIX and IDXCHECK not finding index corruption. The indexes involved are not
corrupted.

The issue was caused by run time FINDLAST query on the index tree with delete
holders processed by certain transaction Ids. Rebuilding indexes cleaned delete
holders and bypass the issue.


PSC00279622
=============================
There is a small window where using one of the commands below simultaneously
with a user in the process of logging out of the database can result in a
database crash due to a timing issue between the two operations.

proshut <db> -C list
proshut <db> -list
promon options 8. db shutdown

The trace contains the routine nsawho().


PSC00269883
=============================
Database conversion utility conv1011 causes missing index keys for _syscolstat
which causes SYSTEM ERROR 8783 and 8783 running idxfix with option 3.


PSC00267916
=============================
DBRPR fails to parse the whole index block when it contains index keys with
recids larger than 2 billion (as well as with recids less than 2 billions):
Invalid information field size (65) in index entry;remainder of block skipped


PSC00267827
=============================
The "_TableStat-Read" field value is incorrect for SQL client queries for Type
II Area tables.


PSC00262763
=============================
A client transaction "hangs" in an infinite loop reading the same index blocks,
when ALL of the following conditions are present:
- The index has to be unique.
- The entry to be inserted is a 64 bit entry.
- The place holder with the same real key value is a 32 entry.
- This place holder has to be deleted by the same transaction.
- The block does not have enough space and is about to split.
- There is at least one place holder in the block that belongs to a
committed or dead transaction.


PSC00262218
=============================
AUDITLOAD throws index errors
****************************************
Audit Data Load reporting index corruption when audit dump files contain
duplicate audit records for example by running auditdump with overlapping
date-time ranges. There is no index corruption as a result.
Error creating key for index 1085 of table -200


PSC00261182
=============================
"proutil -C dump -thread 1 -dumplist" generated an empty dump list. The data
was dumped correctly.


PSC00260992
=============================
Performance degradation due to contention on the MTX latch


PSC00260272
=============================
_servers VST improperly handles port numbers greater than 32767


PSC00257514
=============================
mvsch on empty database causing error 822 in OE11.2
****************************************
When loading .d into an area created via a mvsch using data dictionary will get
error:
(822) SYSTEM ERROR: rmdoins 1: pbk->free went negative dbkey 96, area 7


PSC00256349
=============================
error (49) with idxbuild all
****************************************
A memory violation error (49) is received when performing idxbuild all on
database. Performing the idxbuild on individual tables is successful.


PSC00251901
=============================
prostrct addonline does not clean up after failure
****************************************
prostrct addonline failed to create extents but does not clean up the reference
in the .db file.


PSC00242918
=============================
_FileList-Extend is not updated by prostrct addonline
****************************************
_FileList-Extend still has non-zero for the old last extent after it's
converted to a fixed size extent having run prostrct addonline.


PSC00235966
=============================
Buffer Stack overflow occuring during a truncate of a bi file after a normal
shutdown occurred. The overflow occurs during logical undo. Trucation of the
bi file -G 180 also fails but subsequent proserve command is successful at
starting the database.

i. Diagnostics

PSC00267815
=============================
RUN statement ignores break points
****************************************
The RUN statement ignores debugger break points in Developer Studio if the
external procedure being run doesn't have a file extension (i.e. .p).

j. Doc

PSC00256771
=============================
CAN-DO documentation doesn't list period "." match
****************************************
The description of the CAN-DO element in the ABL Reference and online Help does
not identify the "period" (.) wild card match as being supported, but it is and
has been for a long time.


PSC00254574
=============================
CLIENT-PRINCIPAL interaction with widget-pools not documented
****************************************
The referrence entry for the CLIENT-PRINCIPAL doesn't correctly document how it
interacts with widget-pools.
The object can use named widget-pools; if no widget-pool is specified, it goes
into the session-wide widget-pool.


PSC00245587
=============================
FIRST-CHILD attribute missing for FRAME widget documentation
****************************************
The FRAME widget attributes section in the ABL reference documentation is
missing an entry for FIRST-CHILD attribute.


PSC00194209
=============================
CAN-FIND handling of runtime errors not documented
****************************************
The nature of CAN-FIND runtime error suppression is not documented. Errors
that are suppressed include, but are not limited to:

** <file-name> record not on file. (138)
** No <file-name> record is available. (91)

k. GUI

PSC00303950
=============================
Repeated LOAD-IMAGE calls crash session and generate the error: "Encountered
image resource failure when realizing IMAGE widget. (2290)"


PSC00303114
=============================
The client session may crash when using the BUFFER-VALUE attribute to assign a
value to a calculated field in a browse widget.


PSC00299597
=============================
The session may crash when the user selects an item from the drop-down list of
a browse column which is viewed as a LIST-ITEM-PAIRS combo-box. This issue
occurs when the column's FORMAT has been set to a format which is shorter than
the longest item in the list.


PSC00298293
=============================
A browse column which is viewed as a combo-box does not honor the column's
Inner Lines setting. All items in the list are shown when the drop-down list is
displayed instead of only showing the number of items specified by Inner Lines.


PSC00295510
=============================
The AVM may crash after attempting to add a field to a SmartBrowser in the
AppBuilder.


PSC00290795
=============================
Session crashes when loading a .ico file using LOAD-PICTURE if the file
includes an icon with 128x128 resolution.
No protrace file is generated.


PSC00285031
=============================
Consider the following:
- A browse's query has a join
- There's an ON FIND trigger on the right-hand table of that join, which raises
an ERROR status.
- There is a ROUTINE-LEVEL ON ERROR UNDO, THROW defined

In this scenario the following happens:
- the browse stops scrolling the moment the ERROR is raised.
- Closing the window with the browse will result in a series of "Unable to read
record buffer because it is empty. (455)"


PSC00278145
=============================
An extra combo-box VALUE-CHANGED event is generated
****************************************
A combo-box's VALUE-CHANGED trigger may fire an extra time when leaving a
combo-box using the Tab key after changing the selection using the keyboard.


PSC00267917
=============================
Stretch-To-Fit Incorrectly Increases Size of Image Widget
****************************************
In 11.3, in some cases the Stretch-to-Fit option for an image widget will
resize the image widget to be larger instead of sizing the image to fit the
size of the widget.


PSC00262782
=============================
ABL Button style in RDC session is wrong if Visual Styles off
****************************************
An ABL button is assigned a transparent image (bitmap) and is set to 'Flat'. In
a local session with Visual Styles enabled, only the image is visible. When the
same code is executed in a Remote Desktop session, both the image and a grey
button background can be seen if the "Visual Styles" option of the Remote
Desktop session is switched off.


PSC00262723
=============================
Poor image quality with STRETCH-TO-FIT + TRANSPARENT options
****************************************
Quality of an image displayed in an IMAGE widget with both STRETCH-TO-FIT and
TRANSPARENT options set is poor. Image components are surrounded by black lines
/ pixels.


PSC00262720
=============================
STRETCH-TO-FIT fails if image is resized after being realized
****************************************
STRETCH-TO-FIT attribute fails to be effective if an IMAGE widget is resized
after it has been realized. Initialliy STRETCH-TO-FIT works as expected; image
is sized to fit the size of the IMAGE widget. If the IMAGE widget is resized,
image reverts to its original dimensions resulting in parts not being visible.


PSC00261981
=============================
Image rendered poorly with STRETCH-TO-FIT in 11.3
****************************************
Quality of an image that has been reduced in size to fit an image widget via
STRETCH-TO-FIT is inferior in 11.3, compared to earlier versions.


PSC00260722
=============================
Error 4052 when querying an attribute of a background group.
****************************************
When querying the FIRST-TAB-ITEM attribute of a background group error 4052
occurs.


PSC00256319
=============================
If a window which has been resized using the Windows Desktop's Snap feature is
hidden and subsequently made visible again, the window will reappear in its
original size and location instead of its "snapped" size and location.


PSC00240361
=============================
WINDOW-MINIMIZED trigger doesn't work with Shake on Windows7
****************************************
If a window is minimized by using the Windows 7 Aero Shake or "Show Desktop"
features, the WINDOW-STATE attribute is not updated and the WINDOW-MINIMIZED
trigger is not fired (the same applies for WINDOW-RESTORED trigger when the
action is repeated to restore the window).

l. Install

PSC00306845
=============================
sql-odbc-setup.exe is not creating 64-bit drivers when given the correct
parameters that should install the 64-bit ODBC drivers.


PSC00279150
=============================
Silent netsetup installation still prompts to Replace Registry Key for file
extensions (.I, .DB, .UDF, .CLS) which prevents the installation from being
"silent".


PSC00261553
=============================
11.3 Documentation and samples install fails
****************************************
The 11.3 Documentation and Samples install fails with error:

Sample files not copied in to OpenEdge folder.

Setup cannot find a valid OpenEdge 11.3 installation on this system.
Click OK to continue.


PSC00259780
=============================
Silent Installation that includes Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge also
installs Progress Dynamics and BP Server components.


PSC00258506
=============================
/proinst: line 102: 30969 Segmentation fault
****************************************
While performing a silent install for OE 11.2 on a Redhat linux 6.4 64 bit
machine using hte Webspeed messenger install downloaded from the ESD site the
installation errors out with a segment fault.

It works fine when manually installed.

PSC00248501
=============================
OE11 installs fail due to InstallShield bug
****************************************
OpenEdge 11.x installation fails on Windows systems configured to use 256
colors due to InstallShield bug.

m. LANG

PSC00307281
=============================
COMPILE XREF-XML crashes on a class, if the class has a public method that has
a .NET Generic type as the return value.
This is a follow-up on PSC00279280 - similar crash but for parameters to the
method.


PSC00303051
=============================
When compiling source code against a multi-tenant table, you might experience
the following error:
SYSTEM ERROR: lkrels record not locked (435)
This could happen if the multi-tenant table you are compiling against has a
large number of fields. You might typically see this error if you are doing a
dump or load of data on a multi-tenant database using the Data Admin/Data
Dictionary tools.


PSC00302889
=============================
WRITE-XML on a non-default buffer does not use a buffer-field's XML-NODE-TYPE
or XML-NODE-NAME attributes.

XML-NODE-TYPE attribute does not use defined buffer information only uses the
default buffer.


PSC00302869
=============================
ETIME returns a 32-bit value in an INT64 reducing its maximum value to a 32-bit
value.

ETIME was using a 32 bit variable in an intermediary step on windows. This has
been addressed.


PSC00302798
=============================
Under the right circumstances, the -rereadnolock parameter will trigger an
error:
SYSTEM ERROR: Unused place-holder: icbdbkey = <RECID> usecount = 7 RELUNDO = 8
. (4403)

When running queries against a multi-tenant database.

In one case where this is observed, key factors are that:
- One of the buffers used in a browse widget's query is also used in a separate
FOR EACH loop in a trigger block.
- The same trigger causes the frame with the browse widget to lose focus after
running the FOR EACH.


PSC00301082
=============================
The bprowsdldoc utility crashes when run against the wsdl file for OpenAIR


This was crashing while reading an invalid wsdl. We've updated it to gracefully
handle this and output an error message.


PSC00300435
=============================
QUERY-CLOSE on a dynamic query can crash the client after having modified any
display format at run-time.


PSC00299477
=============================
Cannot compile NEXT-VALUE or CURRENT-VALUE when you specify a logical database
name that resolves to a DataServer schema.


PSC00297624
=============================
"SYSTEM ERROR: Unused place-holder: icbdbkey = <RECID> usecount = 1 RELUNDO =
8. (4403)" is raised if:
- A query has an outer join
- The query has INDEXED-REPOSITION active
- The query is linked to a browse widget
- The query is on buffers for multi-tenant enabled database tables
- The query is repositioned via REPOSITION statement
- The block in which the reposition happens is undone


PSC00297476
=============================
If a FOR EACH has a CAN-DO in its where clause, the session will crash if the
ID-pattern-list provided for the CAN-DO has more than 18000 characters.


PSC00296074
=============================
When assignment value to SUBSTRING statement is blank, program crashes with
error (49) Memory violation.

Some additional handling was required for certain cases where we would wind up
looking at improper memory sections.


PSC00295261
=============================
OE 11 introduced delayed instantiation for static temp-tables to optimize
performance and resource usage.
CAN-FIND on a not yet instantiated static temp-table unnecessarily forces the
temp-table to be instantiated.


PSC00294912
=============================
Using the DEFINE BUFFER statement to define a static buffer for a temp table in
a persistent procedure can cause a memory leak.

In this case the buffer is used in an internal procedure, but the internal
procedure is never actually executed. If another procedure in the persistent
procedure is called repeatedly with a BY-REFERENCE dataset parameter, the
buffer definition causes a memory leak.


PSC00294808
=============================
If a program has an include reference with arguments, and those arguments end
up causing compile errors, both the include and the prorgam are flagged as
having errors.
This happens even if the include does not contain any partial/incomplete code
fragments, so the include is not at fault - it's basically flagged incorrectly.
To confuse things, there are cases where the combination of code in the include
+ arguments to the include is what triggers the error. In that case, you can't
really say if the include is at fault or not.

Added support to generate error messages for the calling file as well as the
include file.


PSC00294516
=============================
Audit record create is being treated as a schema change which raises an
exclusive lock on _Db and should not.
As a result, only one audit record can be loaded to the auditarchive database
at a time due to exclusive lock on _Db.


PSC00292778
=============================
If SEAL() is called on a client-principal object while a transaction is active,
and auditing is enabled on the database or the database option "Record
Authenticated Client Session" is enabled, one of the following errors may be
raised:

SYSTEM ERROR: proTxSavepoint: unexpected error from dsmTransaction (14473)
SYSTEM ERROR: proTxSavepoint: unexpected error from dsmTransaction -20028
(14473)


PSC00292494
=============================
When an ABL client tries to delete a _Client-Session record, if there are any
other users (ABL or SQL) connected to the database, the client will wait until
all users have stopped running code that references the database. The user is
presented the following message:
Database in use by <user>. Wait or press CTRL-C to stop. (388)

PSC00290305
=============================
The LENGTH function returns 0 in 10.2B but now returns 1 in 11.3 for a field
that hasn't been realized when using code like this: LENGTH(INPUT <field>)

In the specific case of INPUT<field> this behavior did change between 10.2b and
11.0. Behavior for other applications of length was unaffected.


PSC00288900
=============================
GUI for .NET sample code shipped with the OpenEdge 11 documentation has not
been updated to work with the version of the Infragistics controls currently
shipped with the product.


PSC00288498
=============================
Error "Fatal transport failure -200. (5487)" occurs on Windows for an ABL
socket that has been deleted by the application.


PSC00287907
=============================
The CLASS statement USE-WIDGET-POOL can crash or cause other unusual behavior
like preventing an error from being thrown up the stack.

For example, using 11.3.1 the class v1 is defined with:

ROUTINE-LEVEL ON ERROR UNDO, THROW.

CLASS v1 USE-WIDGET-POOL :

And lower down there is a typo in the ADD-RELATION statement that should raise
error 11963:

hds:ADD-RELATION(ttOrder:DEFAULT-BUFFER-HANDLE,
ttOrderLine:DEFAULT-BUFFER-HANDLE, "Ordernum,OrdernumX").

A new instance of the v1 class is created in the class v constructor:

ROUTINE-LEVEL ON ERROR UNDO, THROW.

CLASS v :
DEF VAR v1 AS v1 NO-UNDO.

CONSTRUCTOR v():
v1 = NEW v1().

MESSAGE "Done" VIEW-AS ALERT-BOX.

CATCH err AS Progress.Lang.Error :
MESSAGE "ERROR : " err:GetMessage(1) VIEW-AS ALERT-BOX.
END CATCH.
END CONSTRUCTOR.
END CLASS.

If the USE-WIDGET-POOL option is used on the v1 class statement then this can
cause a crash, while others have observed that the error 11963 is not
propagated to the v class catch block. Remove USE-WIDGET-POOL and it works
fine.


PSC00287251
=============================
When a large number of OOABL classes are being compiled using multiple
simultaneous _progres processes some explicit compiles like "COMPILE cat.cls
SAVE." statements trigger implicit compilations of animal.cls because the
cat.cls class inherits animal.cls. Intermittently, the implicit compiles of
two processes conflict and cause the error "Unable to create r-code file
"animal.r". (477)" to be generated.

This is being caused by simultaneous calls from the two processes to operating
system resources. Measures have been taken to alleviate the symptoms to the
extent that this is possible.


PSC00286173
=============================
If you turn off TRACKING-CHANGES and delete a temp-table record for which there
is before-image record, you may experience error "Could not read database
record for undoing. (1750)" when undoing the sub-transaction.


PSC00285025
=============================
Error 12882 calling method in .Net inherited class
****************************************
In some situations calling a method in an inherited .Net class can result in
the error message 12882. For example:

Could not access element 'mFinished' of class 'codegen' using object of type
'codegen' - caller compilation is out of sync with class compilation. (12882)


PSC00284189
=============================
A memory leak is caused by the SET-SERIALIZED() and GET-SERIALIZED() methods.


PSC00283292
=============================
PUT STREAM statement fails with error (4384) at compile time in OE 11.x when
the text to insert is substantially large.


PSC00277674
=============================
STOP-AFTER ignores timeout value when waiting for a record lock while connected
to a database in shared memory mode. When connected via client-networking the
timeout value is respected.


PSC00277483
=============================
The OpenEdge session may crash when displaying an ABL dialog box in an
application which uses GUI for .NET. This issue may also occur when using
SmartObject wizards in Progress Developer Studio.


PSC00269854
=============================
The AVM may crash if Codejock docking pane controls are used in an application.


PSC00269838
=============================
A specific large piece of code that used to compile under 10.2B without error
failes to compile under 11.0 and higher with the error: "Ecode Segment has
exceeded its limit of 4194304 bytes, in <file-name> at line # <line-number>.
(3307)"


PSC00262704
=============================
Error message 12742 incorrectly refers to class methods or properties:

"If -noudfinwhere given you may not have user-defined-functions or methods in a
WHERE clause, nor properties with getters having ABL statements. (12742)"


PSC00262025
=============================
XREF incorrectly shows RUN statements as IMPLICIT
****************************************
When compiling a procedure of more than 32767 lines with the XREF option, XREF
lists any RUN statements past the 32767th line as IMPLICIT whether or not the
procedure run is persistent or has a super-procedure.


PSC00261992
=============================
Error 5729 assigning the unknown value to class type property
****************************************
When assigning the unknown value (?) to a class type property of a class using
DYNAMIC-PROPERTY, the following error is raised:
Incompatible datatypes found during runtime conversion. (5729)


PSC00261955
=============================
4-byte UTF-8 characters are not converted correctly to single-byte codepages.

If UTF-8 data contains any 4-byte character, a conversion of this data to a
single byte codepage can yield corrupt results. The result might have lost some
characters, or contain unexpected characters, along with the replacement
character. There are no 4-byte characters in any of the shipped OpenEdge
single-byte codepages, so the expected behaviour should be that the 4-byte
character is replaced with a single "?" replacement character.

One manifestation of this is when using the EXPORT statement to export UTF-8
data from a client with -cpinternal UTF-8 to a file with a single-byte
codepage. This can corrupt the EXPORT format, so that the resulting file cannot
be read with the IMPORT statement. This affects the Data Administration table
dump utilities.


PSC00261844
=============================
Error 49 using memory-mapped procedure library
****************************************
Running a procedure compiled with the MIN-SIZE option in a memory-mapped
procedure library causes the client to crash.


PSC00261785
=============================
DO block STOP-AFTER expression causes poor performance
****************************************
On Linux systems, the STOP-AFTER expression on DO blocks has some performance
impact.


PSC00261756
=============================
Client crashes when making chained calls
****************************************
OpenEdge client crashes when making a chained call involving an ABL class that
inherits from .NET (i.e., a hybrid). This is an example of a chained call, and
assume that either class B or class B1 is a hybrid class:

Factory:getFactoryB():getClassB1():doNothing(Factory:getFactoryB():getClassB2()
).


PSC00261538
=============================
Memory errors after dynamically running a function in a DLL/so
****************************************
After the execution of a function via a dynamic all to a DLL/SO, the AVM
execution memory pool is broken which leads to a memory corruption and likely
results in a crash.


PSC00261398
=============================
OS-* statements fail on files larger than 4GB
****************************************
Beginning with OpenEdge 11.0, the OS-COPY, OS-DELETE and OS-RENAME statements
fail when operating on files greater than 4GB (4,294,967,295 bytes) in size.


PSC00261066
=============================
Memory Leak in Web Service Connect Method
****************************************
Code which attempts to connect to a Web Service that does not exist will leak
memory


PSC00260953
=============================
APPLY "GO" Causes App to Terminate
****************************************
Using the APPLY "GO" statement for a given field from inside of the fields ON
ENTRY event can cause the session to terminate.


PSC00260950
=============================
-v6q parameter causes error 219 on FOR EACH TEMP-TABLE
****************************************
Starting a session with the -v6q parameter causes error 219 on FOR EACH
TEMP-TABLE.
**Could not locate find descriptor for <table name> (219)


PSC00260729
=============================
RETURN ERROR in CATCH -> strange error handling in caller
****************************************
Using a RETURN ERROR <exception> statement in a CATCH block causes the error
condition in the calling block to be handled strangely.
The error state will be set, but the error won't be displayed immediately as
expected, and the calling program will get aborted regardless of error handling
specified - only the FINALLY block will be run if it's there.


PSC00260508
=============================
ient crash referencing array without subscript with BUFFER-VALUE
****************************************
When referencing and array field without a subscript with BUFFER-VALUE, the
11.2 client session crashes.


PSC00260456
=============================
Setting Frame HIDDEN attribute may crash 11.1 session
****************************************
Setting the frame HIDDEN attribute may cause the 11.1 session to crash in very
rare circumstances.


PSC00260346
=============================
Session crashes in bflbishrel, depending on transaction scope
****************************************
The OpenEdge client may crash depending on certain criteria within a procedure
block:

- An update causes a write trigger to fire.
- Something is done that would normally delete the procedure, but this action
is pended, for example DELETE THIS-PROCEDURE.
- Another write trigger fires before the procedure is over.


PSC00260304
=============================
When a local buffer is defined for a temp table in a local sub-procedure, if
the procedure makes an external call passing the temp table with the BIND
option, the local buffer can go out of scope when the local sub-procedure ends.
This can cause the error 12378:

Attempt to reference uninitialized temp-table. (12378)


PSC00260279
=============================
ProDataSet:READ-XML()-SYSTEM ERROR:kmdiscon-key changes pending
****************************************
When using parent-id-relation to maintain parent-child relation between
temp-tables in a dataset, the information is correctly exported via
DATASET:WRITE-XML(), however, if the parent id field is part of and index,
trying to read back the output into the DATASET with DATASET:READ-XML() results
in a error: SYSTEM ERROR: kmdiscon - key changes pending. (130).


PSC00259562
=============================
CRC errors if buffer name is reused in different Internal procs
****************************************
Running from .r code, error "** CRC for <filn> does not match CRC in
<procedure>. Try recompiling. (1896)" can occur if:

- A field is added to a table.
- A procedure has multiple internal procedures.
- An internal procedure defines a buffer for the modified table.
- Another internal procedure earlier in the code defines a buffer with the same
name for a different table.


PSC00259361
=============================
Index corrupted if deleting dynamic buffer with NO-ERROR
****************************************
An ABL client can corrupt an index if the following circumstances occur:
- within a transaction, a dynamic buffer object is created and attached to a
record
- the ABL updates fields in the record which participate in an index
- the table has a WRITE trigger
- the ABL executes DELETE OBJECT NO-ERROR on the dynamic buffer within the
transaction, and the write trigger returns an error.

The following workarounds prevent the problem from occurring:
- remove NO-ERROR from the DELETE OBJECT statement
- call the BUFFER-VALIDATE or BUFFER-RELEASE methods on the dynamic buffer
before deleting it.


PSC00259235
=============================
X-DOCUMENT LOAD method does not set encoding attribute from XML
****************************************

When loading XML whose encoding is set in the document, the X-DOCUMENT:ENCODING
attribute reflects UTF-8 regardless of which codepage is set in the XML.


PSC00258647
=============================
Errors in child class with PROTECTED PDS and PARENT-ID-RELATION
****************************************
Compile errors 12386, 12726, 12772 occur in child class that inherits from a
class that declares a PROTECTED DATASET which uses PARENT-ID-RELATION.


PSC00258627
=============================
Invalid SOAP message with extra namespace URI generated by Web services client


PSC00258335
=============================
Poor Web Services Performance on HPUX IA64 for DSET W/BLOB
****************************************
When calling a Web Service from a _progres session running on HPUX IA64 where
the Web Service returns a DataSet containing a temp-table with one BLOB field
defined in it performance is very slow.


PSC00258247
=============================
Fatal transport failure -200. (5487)
****************************************
When accessing sub-menus in a GUI application, the following error is
intermittently raised if there is data being processed for a socket events
:"Fatal transport failure -200. (5487)"


PSC00256297
=============================
Compile Preprocess mishandles ~/
****************************************
If you compile with the preprocess option a line with "~\". the outputed file
with have "~\\" in it.

Changes to preprocessor logic lead to the mishandling of several special
characters. We updated this to handle those characters.


PSC00255067
=============================
Errors 13016 & 250 may occur when referencing an unqualified PRIVATE method
within a class

Referencing an unqualified PRIVATE method within a class may incorrectly cause
run time errors 13016 and 2570 to be raised. This is likely to happen when the
references do not appear at the statement level; for example, when the
reference appears as a parameter to another method or function call.


PSC00253828
=============================
Limit to the length of the lines on the xref output
****************************************
The compiler has a limit of 1535 to the length of the lines on the xref output.


PSC00233755
=============================
A static FIND CURRENT statement within a FOR EACH block fails to compile with
the error "** FIND cannot be processed for a FOR EACH mode record. (213)"


PSC00225013
=============================
SAVE-ROW-CHANGES saves more decimal places than the database schema defines


PSC00212146
=============================
Installation on Windows creates corrupted registry keys
****************************************
Several keys under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\PSC\PROGRESS and
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\PSC\PROGRESS are corrupted after installation on
Windows. For example, a key that should be "11.2" appears as "11.28859-1(C0)".


PSC00207829
=============================
String length too long. (13115) parsing XML file
****************************************
If the value of an attribute within a .xsd file contains more than 128 bytes,
the READ-XMLSCHEMA method will fail to parse the XML schema with the following
errors:

Error while parsing the XML Document: String length too long. (13115)
Unable to create Temp-Table or dataset schema from XML schema. (13032)


PSC00183027
=============================
Buffer parameter for reference-only temp-table causes crash
****************************************
Attempting to pass a BUFFER PARAMETER for a temp-table that is defined
REFERENCE-ONLY in the called procedure causes a crash if the temp-table
reference is not bound to an actual temp-table at the time of the procedure
call. Using a REFERENCE-ONLY buffer as a BUFFER PARAMETER is now illegal,
since there is no internal support for this at all.

n. Management

PSC00302609
=============================
Remote containers does not show online status in OEM/OEE Console


PSC00299010
=============================
No data for memory and virtual memory on a machine with unused swap (NaN for
system.memory.Memory).


PSC00297282
=============================
OEM printing promsg error no 5 (bfxpnd -- Unable to allocate more memory for
records or variables) many times in AdminServer logs.


PSC00293658
=============================
OpenEdge Management (OEM) compaction job fails to compact trend database after
the fathom trend database is reorganized and created from default trend
database.


PSC00289635
=============================
OE Management program CRC error when running OEMGT Job


PSC00288826
=============================
The OE Management trending user dies when attempting to insert a statement into
trend database, Syntax error in SQL statement (10713)


PSC00288365
=============================
Unable to change a layout of a Collection - not found error.


PSC00287790
=============================
In the OEM, the 'Database status' and 'Database auxiliary status' section show
the database and all server processes to be started in 1970.


PSC00287762
=============================
index compaction job fails with Index utilization parameter must be > or = 100


PSC00287046
=============================
Timeout exceptions are thrown for remote AdminServer resources when multiple
resources are creating cache records and hold transactions open longer than
timeouts allow.


PSC00284734
=============================
JMS messages related to remote container monitoring are thrown away when they
expire without any indication that this is happening. It effects debugging that
no messages are thrown that this happens.


PSC00284732
=============================
Getting error "adding remote container failed" when trying to add a remote
container when the machines times are out by more than 20 seconds.


PSC00283302
=============================
Overflow error 7485 during inserts into the trend database when managed
database server minport or maxport numbers set to higher than 32767.


PSC00279530
=============================
AdminServer hangs when attempting to load osmetrics.dll


PSC00279013
=============================
OpenEdge Mangement may take more than 20 minutes to load the Fathom project
from the configuration database when running on HP-UX Itanium.


PSC00269994
=============================
Change all resources' Graph cache database config Sample time period to collect
from a high value to a lower value will fail.


PSC00261966
=============================
large schema databases cause java out of memory exceptions
****************************************
When OEM is monitoring a single database or multiple databases with very large
schemas, the AdminServer consumes more than 1 GB of RAM and experiences java
Out of Memory exceptions accompanied by CPU spikes when initializing the
databases.


PSC00261709
=============================
OpenEdge Management does not start on a machine that doesn't have a Network
Adapter with a MAC Address.


PSC00261109
=============================
DB connection list msg not implemented when container is offline
****************************************
Database connect list returns not implemented when a managed connection is
defined for a resource and the remote container is offline.


PSC00261104
=============================
OEM job dbanalys does not populate data into fathom trend databa
****************************************
OEM job dbanalys does not populate data into fathom trend database.
OEM Database Index Analysis report and Database Table Analysis on this database
return message:
There were no samples selected for this report.


PSC00260713
=============================
OEM fails to handle error when loading df when STOP condition is encountered.


PSC00260387
=============================
Error -210074 received after OEM executes an INSERT statement against the trend
db


PSC00253820
=============================
The OpenEdge.DataAdmin.Administrator class that exposes the administrator list
(expression) that defines which users are administrators is only
readable/accessible for users that already are defined as administrators. This
is an artificial limitation since this information can be accessed with ABL
code by any user. This limitation is very old and exists also in the Data Admin
tool.


PSC00250599
=============================
OE Management fails to report underlying error using -spin
****************************************
OpenEdge Management fails to report underlying error when database fails to
start using -spin parameter with Workgroup licenses.


PSC00249779
=============================
OE Console DB name field too short in Resource Summary
****************************************
In the OpenEdge Console (OEM/OEE) the Database name field in Resource Summary
is too short and cannot be scrolled.


PSC00245557
=============================
OEM/OEE db administration fails to load when keyevents are on
****************************************
When database has "Save Key events" feature enabled, the Database
Administration under OE Management & Explorer fails to load database features
and throws "String index out of range: -2" error.


PSC00237277
=============================
Editing a remote job resets the container name to localhost.


PSC00228019
=============================
Graphs Missing in OE Management for remote container
****************************************
When you bring in a remote container into OE Management no graphs for the
remote container are shown


PSC00212397
=============================
The OE Management trending user dies when attempting to insert an invalid date.


PSC00198337
=============================
Unable to set some Replication properties in OpenEdge Explorer
****************************************
OpenEdge Explorer does not display the correct values or allow the setting of
certain replication properties. These properties are
Control-Agent.connect-timeout, Server.defer-Agent-Startup and
Agent.connect-Timeout.

o. NETUI

PSC00303446
=============================
Doing a field update via an UltraGrid, using an 11.3.2 64-bit OpenEdge install
can crash. The window just disappears and there may or may not be an error
message displayed.


PSC00300470
=============================
The IsA method on a Progress.Lang.Class for a class that inherits from .NET
returns Inconsistent results. If the code is compiled, it returns the wrong
result, NO. If the code is not compiled, it returns the correct result, YES


PSC00299955
=============================
When a traditional ABL window containing a widget with a LEAVE trigger is
embedded in an MDI child form, opening a second instance of the child form
causes the LEAVE trigger in the first instance to fire.


PSC00294520
=============================
Using an ABL Extent variable as the key to a .NET Collection crashes the
session if the ABL variable is an indeterminate extent.

Example: "cell = cells:Item[rowIdName[rowLevel]].", where Item[] is the .NET
collection and rowIDName[] is the ABL indeterminate extent.


PSC00292517
=============================
When calling a .NET method to instantiate a .NET component, and the second
parameter of the method is a value that comes from a User Defined Function or
OOABL Method, the component doesn't get correctly instantiated.

For example:
After this code, the dotNetuserClass object is null, though no error occurred.:

dotNetuserClass = NEW ProgressTestClass.DotNetUserClass(someValue,
HelperClass:GetValue()).

/* method2: */
dotNetuserClass = NEW
ProgressTestClass.DotNetUserClass(HelperClass:GetDotNetTestClass(), "string").


PSC00289082
=============================
If you have an ABL UserControl with a Read Only property and the host form's
Localizable property is set to True, the code generated in InitializeComponent
in the UserControl will contain code that tries to update the read-only
property, resulting in this error:

Property SampleReadOnlyPropert has a PRIVATE SET accessor so can be set only
from within the class where it's defined. (13835)


PSC00288350
=============================
After applying 11.3.1.007/11.3.1.008 hotfix,regressions are seen where Window
widgets are in unstable state.


PSC00287601
=============================
The focus of a FILL-IN widget in an embedded ABL window is lost and its LEAVE
trigger fails to fire after the user returns from a third party application to
the embedded ABL window application.


PSC00285014
=============================
When calling the RefreshAll method on a BindingSource that is feeding an
UltraGrid, with the intent of refreshing data in child rows, the UltraGrid
collapses, hiding any currently visible child rows.


PSC00279280
=============================
The COMPILE statement crashes the session when used with the XREF-XML option to
compile a class that has a public method that has a .NET generic parameter.


PSC00278696
=============================
If a .NET form contains multiple WindowContainers to embed multiple ABL
windows, LEAVE events are ignored if the mouse is used to move focus from an
ABL widget in one WindowContainer to an ABL widget in another.

Note that if the ABL widget being left is a browse column, the browse-level
LEAVE triggers fire, but the column level triggers do not.


PSC00268076
=============================
Running OE 11.1 .r under OE 11.3 errors with System.InvalidCastException.
R-Code generated under OE 11.1 generates the error
"System.InvalidCastException: Specified cast is not valid." when run under OE
11.3 or OE 11.3.1.


PSC00267774
=============================
Focus returns to wrong window after Alt-Tab
****************************************
A GUI For .NET application has two embedded ABL windows (A and B) open with
focus in window B. After using Alt-Tab to switch focus to an external
application and then back to the Progress application, focus is incorrectly
switched to window A.


PSC00262391
=============================
Failure creating Progress.Data.BindingSource with dynamic Dataset
****************************************
When creating a dynamic Dataset with more than one temp-table and creating a
Progress.Data.BindingSource with it, the BindingSource contains no data. This
happens when the dynamic DataSet is created with the child data first, and then
its parent table is added. And you use a BindingSource constructor and don't
specify the parent table.
With only one temp-table inside, the BindingSource is correct.


PSC00262073
=============================
-debugalert Help can crash on a .NET Exception
****************************************
Using -debugalert, if ABL code throws a .NET Exception object and the user hits
the Help button on the ensuing message box, the process can crash.


PSC00262016
=============================
Deleting object causes error when implicit query is deleted
****************************************

When disposing of the components variable in the destructor of a relatively
simple form with a dataset, the following error is thrown:

Cannot delete a dataset relation auto-generated query. (12349)

PSC00261877
=============================
Error 142 with Assign() method on query with OUT-JOIN
****************************************
Error 142 (**Unable to update <Table> Field) occurs when the Assign() method is
used with a query which has the OUTER-JOIN option,
when there is no record available in the right_table, and making changes only
on the left_table.


PSC00261350
=============================
Crash after clicking the "Help" button in debug alert dialog following a .NET
exception error.


PSC00261227
=============================
ABL dialogs in a .NET application appear in the wrong position
****************************************
An ABL dialog box that is displayed in a GUI for .NET application may appear in
a corner of the screen instead of being centered over the .NET form which
displayed the dialog box.


PSC00261033
=============================
NullReferenceException Object Reference not set
****************************************
Occasionally the client session can fail with the following error, after
querying the ACTIVE-WINDOW system handle:

System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an
object


PSC00261016
=============================
Focus goes to the wrong form or window after closing a .NET form
****************************************
When a form is closed in an application mixing .NET forms and ABL windows,
focus may go to a form or window other than the one which most recently had
focus.


PSC00260139
=============================
Application may hang or crash when running in 11.2.1
****************************************
A GUI for .NET application which uses embedded ABL windows may hang or crash
when two or more embedded windows are displayed at the same time.


PSC00257166
=============================
Error 12882 calling method in .Net inherited class
****************************************
In some situations calling a method in an inherited .Net class can result in
the error message 12882. For example:

Could not access element 'mFinished' of class 'codegen' using object of type
'codegen' - caller compilation is out of sync with class compilation. (12882)


PSC00253600
=============================
Focus moves to the wrong control in a GUI For .NET Application
********************************************
Upon closing a dialog box in a GUI For .NET application, focus may return to
somewhere other than the control which had focus before the dialog box was
displayed.


PSC00253592
=============================
The focus rectangle for a toggle-box, combo-box, radio-set, or selection-list
may not be displayed when the widget is in an ABL window which is embedded in a
.NET form and the user navigates between widgets using the keyboard.

p. OEBPM

PSC00301007
=============================
Request for improved value equality comparison for Decimal Dataslot. Added new
Methods in com.progress.util.OpenEdgeDataTypeComparisonUtil


PSC00292042
=============================
Panel ID and Panel Title need to be separate properties for Panels in Form
Editor.


PSC00290801
=============================
Removing workstep description from the process diagram does not remove it from
the .properties file.


PSC00288861
=============================
Workstep labels specified in unicode in the processName_<lang.properties> file
appear garbled for Chinese and Japanese users


PSC00288771
=============================
Reporting Engine (BPMProcessStore) updates fail if process containing logical
dataslot is refreshed.


PSC00288607
=============================
Whitespace in workstep label gets replaced with + sign when displayed on PSV
Chart View.


PSC00288029
=============================
When publish a process project it deletes all of the files from the lib folder


PSC00287838
=============================
Custom names of Panels get reset to the default Panel1 in the generated Form
JSP.


PSC00287556
=============================
Bm.util.getField('button1').click() functionality does not work.


PSC00287286
=============================
BPM Process Store fails to save current state of process having Logical data
slot


PSC00286825
=============================
Unable to populate output data from DB Adaplet mapped to Character dataslot of
type "Combo" - only a new option "Select One" is displayed.


PSC00285225
=============================
For UserManagement related functionality, the debug-level logging for OEBPS
category does not capture the complete log entries, unlike Savvion.


PSC00285171
=============================
Support for Temp Table as output parameter in OE Adapter.


PSC00284173
=============================
Pre/Post functions / Logic configured for a workstep are lost if the workstep
is renamed.


PSC00283788
=============================
If a subprocess is updated and a new version published to BPM Server, instances
of only the old version are created, when the parent process reaches the
subprocess workstep.


PSC00283328
=============================
If a date dataslot is configured to be of type "DATETIMETZ" and Format is "Date
Time" and if the presentation type of the workstep is Auto-Generate, at runtime
the value of the dataslot is not displayed.


PSC00280362
=============================
Email adapter fails when attachment is configured using Character dataslot


PSC00279856
=============================
.p file in OE adapter in BPM now supports relative path.
This is relative to PROPATH of the app server OE adapter is configured to
connect.


PSC00279709
=============================
Process Status Viewer does not support german umlauts


PSC00278909
=============================
OEBPS database gets created with codepage ISO8859-1.


PSC00278509
=============================
When user's language is set to Japanese in BPM Portal, the workstep labels in
the PSV Chart view are incorrectly displayed as hexadecimal characters instead
of valid Japanese characters.


PSC00278474
=============================
OEBPM: Cannot start JBoss Servers if location of OEBPS database is specified to
be a drive different from that of DLCWORK.


PSC00278360
=============================
The DLC variable definition in the startdb/stopdb for OEBPS database cause the
scripts to not work if the host machine has more than one OpenEdge
installation.


PSC00278295
=============================
Performance issues are observed when a custom user management realm is
implemented in OEBPM, due to unnecessary caching to objects in EhCache. This
may lead to failure of authentication when accessing BPM Portal.


PSC00277624
=============================
Workstep Connector gets displaced upon reopening a process template.


PSC00269483
=============================
When using List dataslot as a performer for sub-process step, and if total
number of characters such as <ListItem1, ListItem2,....> exceeds 255, the
truncated value of the performer was seen on Portal, and a WARNING indicating
that the characters beyond 255 characters were truncated is thrown in the
bpserver.log.


PSC00268008
=============================
BPM Portal does not display the Due dates of individual work items when viewing
the status of Process Instance (from tabular or chart view). As WorkStep and
its corresponding Workitems can have different calculated due dates, BPM Poral
does not provide the required information to know whether the workitem's due
date exceeds its parent workstep due due date.


PSC00262458
=============================
In OpenEdge 11.3, for Message Workstep on a process, limit of the length of
the class-name which is configured as Message Handler seems to be 30 chars.


PSC00261823
=============================
QueryService API does not return workitems in some configuration
****************************************
QueryService API does not return workitems if filtered on usernames and
case-sensitivity is set to false.


PSC00261433
=============================
Enablement of Document data slot for upload/store documents in OpenEdge BPM.


PSC00259568
=============================
Cannot configure Subprocess from Performer dialog using list dataslot.


PSC00256157
=============================
In BPM Portal, where user can filter the displayed table entries by selecting
the Application name in the pull down menus, displaying only the Application
name leads to confusion when multiple versions of the same application are
deployed.

q. Open Client

PSC00305578
=============================
A ProDataSet handle output parameter causes the following exception to be
thrown when using Temp-Tables that contain DATE EXTENT fields:

com.progress.open4gl.Open4GLException: java.util.Vector cannot be cast to
java.util.GregorianCalendar


PSC00304369
=============================
When connecting from host A to a non-existent / unavailable AppServer on host B
through a NameServer on host B, the Open4GLException incorrectly refers to host
A (should be B).


PSC00299452
=============================
It is possible to get a System.Reflection.TargetInvocationException: Exception
has been thrown by the target of an invocation error when
serializing/deserializing a database in .NET Open Client.


PSC00292088
=============================
With Java OpenClient, when using the RuntimeProperties' traceOn method from a
Java application and specifying a log file and a logging level then the only
generated message are:

[14/03/03@14:59:17.066+0100] P-000000 T-main 1 --- --- myTrace.log opened.
[14/03/03@14:59:17.067+0100] P-000000 T-main 1 --- --- Logging level set to = 5
[14/03/03@14:59:17.195+0100] P-000000 T-main 1 --- --- Log Closed


PSC00291693
=============================
The o4glrt.jar does not include the com.progress.ubroker.util.TlvItem.class
file and because it is missing Oracle fails to load o4glrt.jar into its
internal Java environment.


PSC00262438
=============================
Memory leak in BufferedStreamsHashTable w/aia
****************************************

Every time there is an interaction with an AppServer via AIA, a record is added
to the Progress.SupportClass.BufferedStreamManager.BufferedStreamsHashTable.
The count of entries in this table keeps increasing and never decreases,
causing a small memory leak in .NET OpenClient applications.


PSC00261637
=============================
setCertificateStore doesn't handle Spaces in Directories
****************************************
If you use a directory name that contains blanks when setting the directory of
the Java OpenClient's certificate store using the setCertificateStore method,
certificates will not be found and you will get an error like:
--------------------
com.progress.open4gl.dynamicapi.SessionPool$NoAvailableSessionsException:
SessionPool : NoAvailableSessions[Could not connect to the AppServer: General
Error: Invalid AppServerS protocol configuration: No certificate found (9988).
(7203)]


PSC00244842
=============================
.Net client to be able to set readtime out to infinite
****************************************
No provision to set the timeout value to be infinite for the socket read in
.Net client. This causes a default value of 2000 ms for the timeout which
causes timeout on the long running application through ssl.

r. PDSOE

PSC00300848
=============================
ABL code is reverting back on save for AppBuilder files when the file is opened
in both designer and editor and changes are made in the designer, in Progress
Developer Studio for OpenEdge's AppBuilder perspective.


PSC00297779
=============================
When in a Method/function a parameter is defined as a buffer for a table,
content assist doesn't recognise the buffer and so doesn't show fields for the
related table.


PSC00293654
=============================
A REST Web Service throws java.lang.NullPointerException if the Developer
Studio's REST project has not been created in a default path inside the
workspace.


PSC00293627
=============================
If a .NET form has the Localizable property set to True, the row and column
sizes for a tableLayoutPanel are not saved correctly to the .resx file. They
will be saved with a size of 20 pixels, regardless of what the layout was set
to in Visual Designer


PSC00291715
=============================
"Generate SELECT in SQL Editor" from the "DB Structure" view creates erroneous
SQL - quotes missing on hyphenated field-names, field-names that have reserved
SQL keywords.


PSC00290060
=============================
When a comment start marker is between Appbuilder generated preprocessors, this
can break the outline view with:

'UpdateOutlineUIJob' has encountered a problem.


PSC00289881
=============================
Under the following conditions when using Visual Designer, the AVM terminates
with an "Out of memory" error:
1. A form which contains user controls is open in Visual Designer.
2. The form is also open in the source code editor.
3. The Properties view is open in Visual Designer.
4. The user toggles between Visual Designer and the editor, opening user
controls and editing the code in their event handlers.


PSC00288612
=============================
There are cases where the Visual Designer fails to load a form, and the error
messages are too generic to be meaningful.

In these cases on the canvas you just get the error "Visual Designer cannot
load this class. An exception occurred loading the design canvas.", and the
only error message in the Problems pane is "An internal error occurred".


PSC00288354
=============================
Developer Studio reports a NullPointerException when trying to open a project
that includes an Eclipse (non OE) project in its propath.


PSC00288313
=============================
Compile / build fails when using a custom build path if the case of a class
package name does not match the case of the build path.


PSC00287662
=============================
In 11.1.0.039 Hotfix, trying to run a GUI for .NET form directly from Visual
Designer/PDS:OE fails.

The temporary .p file generated under
<workspace>\.metadata\.plugins\com.openedge.pdt.project\temp.dir\ fails with
errors:

Could not locate method 'Run' with matching signature in class
'System.Windows.Forms.Application'. (14457)
In order to use this WAIT-FOR format (WAIT-FOR x:y), you must specify an
input-blocking method of a .NET object. (13968)
** <workspace>\.metadata\.plugins\com.openedge.pdt.project\temp.dir\<.p
temp-file> Could not understand line 9. (196)


PSC00286982
=============================
The Developer Studio doesn't mark ABL Scratchpad tasks as complete.
Subsequently when they are run there are never removed from the progress view.


PSC00286593
=============================
When Windows font size set to 125% all controls not accessible in the toolbox


PSC00286592
=============================
Any change to the AVM parameters, for example changing assemblies, adding
-basekey ini, to the startup parameters and etc , triggers "Initialize OpenEdge
tooling for propath" and this process takes more time.


PSC00286256
=============================
PDSOE: Debugger does not report which rcode is missing


PSC00285757
=============================
The Startup window in the Progress Developer Studio's preferences takes a long
time to load if the AdminServer is not running.


PSC00285471
=============================
Create new procedure wizard checks file extension incorrectly if the procedure
name entered contains a dot (.) followed by characters other than 'p'.


PSC00284873
=============================
AnyTool edit plugin is not working with PDSOE


PSC00280496
=============================
When Appbuilder developed source code is opened in the PDSOE Editor the context
menu "View Design" option has no effect. The option doesn't do anything.


PSC00279068
=============================
When changing the compile exclude list in the Developer Studio project
properties, when the 'Exclusion Rules' dialog is closed this triggers a full
project build. Then when the project properties dialog is also closed this
triggers another full project build.


PSC00277806
=============================
While debugging resources that contain UTF-16 characters, the
java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException error message is displayed.


PSC00269737
=============================
When switching from the Visual Designer to the source code view in 11.3.1
depending on the code, this can result on a repetitive 15740 error:

You are trying to use a multi-threaded .NET object in a way that is not
supported. The ABL cannot be called on a thread other than the main thread.
(15740)

This does not happen in 11.3.0, but only seems to happen with the introduction
of 11.3.1.


PSC00268042
=============================
Double-click on widget for Section Editor errors w 'DO ANYWHERE'
****************************************
A Window that has an ON event-list ANYWHERE trigger without an associated
widget or widget list breaks the functionality of going to the Section Editor
of the widget when the user double-click the widget. In this case, double
clicking any-widget in the window fails to go to the Section Editor and
generates the following error message:
"
'Trigger Code Insertion UI Job' has encountered a problem.
An internal error has occured. java.lang.NullPointerException
"


PSC00262596
=============================
Having -(hyphen) in the startup parameters does not start AVM
****************************************
Having -(hyphen) in the parameter values of the startup parameters does not
start AVM


PSC00262528
=============================
Open Declaration from editor context menu not working


PSC00262483
=============================
.W Shows No Outline View w/Integrated AppBuilder
****************************************
It is possible that when opening a .W file using the Integrated AppBuilder that
the Outline View will contain no information.


PSC00262350
=============================
Keyboard combinations freezes PDSOE
****************************************
Specific key combinations cause the PDSOE to freeze for as much as 4 minutes.
For example: ALT-SHIFT-P (new procedure dialog) and ALT-SHIFT-F (new function
dialog).


PSC00261735
=============================
Keyword Casing on Save causes code save delay
****************************************
Keyword Casing on Save causes code save to take a long time when the code is
being saved over a network.


PSC00261674
=============================
END statement doesn't align with top of block in PDS
****************************************

After typing DO: in the editor, the editor increases the indentation for the
next line of code. When typing the END statement, however, the indentation
doesn't auto-correct itself.

Example:
- Create a new ABL procedure in PDS
- Type DO: and hit return
- Note that the cursor is indented four spaces
- Type END. and hit return and note that the END statement stays indented.


PSC00261464
=============================
Developer Studio should have "Exclude from OpenEdge tooling"
****************************************
Performance during the 'Initiializing OpenEdge Tooling' phase when using a
Roundtable shared source repository is very poor.


PSC00261303
=============================
Error 132 opening Appbuilder windows in Developer Studio
****************************************
Opening Appbuilder generated Windows in the Developer Studio Appbuilder
perspective can result in error 132:

** ttwidget already exists with POPUP-MENU-BROWSE-5. (132)


PSC00261054
=============================
NPE in Progress Developer Studio 11.2.1 when using linked folder
****************************************
NPE thrown on Developer Studio every time a project is opened, if the PROPATH
contains the root of a drive.


PSC00260973
=============================
Default run configuration doesn't inherit assemblies from projec
****************************************
IF Project Properties > OpenEdge > Assemblies directory is set to a non-default
location
AND Windows > Preferences > Progress OpenEdge > Startup > Default startup
parametrs contains "-rand 2"
THEN A .NET DLL referenced by the code will fail to load
AND a System.IO.FileNotFoundException Error is generated. For example:
"
System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly 'MyLibrary,
Version=0.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=199534c7b505750f' or one of
its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
"


PSC00260939
=============================
Drag / drop from DB Structure to .W fails
****************************************
Attempting to drag and drop tables / fields from the DB Structure View into the
Editor pane of a .W fails after selecting / scrolling the pane.


PSC00260517
=============================
ABL Scratchpad fails to open with Index Out of Bounds error
****************************************
ABL Scratchpad fails to open with java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Index out
of bounds due to incorrect settings in
<Workspace>\.metadata\.plugins\com.openedge.pdt.text\tabsInfo.txt.


PSC00260446
=============================
Save button not always enabled after changing widget properties
****************************************
The Save button is not always enabled on closing the dialog box after changing
the widget properties via property dialog. The button is never enabled if the
dialog was opened from the design canvas.


PSC00260428
=============================
Error opening .w file with the same fieldname in multiple tables
****************************************
The integrated AppBuilder is throwing an unexpected error, ttwidget already
exists (132), when opening .W files in the UI Designer if there are widgets
referring to fields in different tables that have the same name (and these
fields are in the same frame).


PSC00260281
=============================
DB Navigator Index Sort Order column contains Field Type info
****************************************
When using DB Navigator perspective in PDSOE, DB Details > OpenEdge Indexes tab
displays information from the Field Type column in the Sort Order column if
user has no SQL-92 privileges.


PSC00260254
=============================
PDSOE launch configuration settings overwrite ubroker.properties
****************************************
When a server is launched in the PDSOE Servers view, the launch configuration
settings overwrite existing settings in ubroker.properties.


PSC00260242
=============================
Assemblies.xml re-written when OK-ing Project Properties
****************************************
Assemblies.xml re-written when OK-ing Project Properties. Any changes made to
the order of assemblies are wiped out and have to be re-done.


PSC00260089
=============================
Case-Sensitive validation of existing procedures is incorrect
****************************************
When the customer tries to add a new procedure (using Add Procedure wizard) to
an existing .W file sometimes he doesn't get the toggle option to override an
existing procedure. This results in a local-procedure without the default
code-block that should be auto-generate when selecting the "override" option.


PSC00260014
=============================
DB Navigator does not handle comments correctly
****************************************
DB Navigator does not handle SQL-92 comments using '--' notation correctly in
some cases.


PSC00260008
=============================
PDSOE not starting with -cpcoll icu-cs in startup.pf file


PSC00258613
=============================
Linked resources doesn't work with GUI ABL windows
****************************************
When using Linked resources with ABL Windows the Developer Studio tries to save
the window in the project directory rather than the correct linked directory.
This results in the error:

---------------------------
Warning
---------------------------
<path to .w file>
Cannot save to this file. File is read-only or the path specified is invalid.
Use a different filename.


PSC00258003
=============================
Binding a fill-in with the LIKE option does not adjust the width
****************************************
When you change the binding of a fill-in from the Property Sheet in the
AppBuilder in PDS and configure the field to be LIKE a database table the width
of the Fill-in does not automatically adjust. In the standalone AppBuilder
changing a fill-in to be defined LIKE a database field will automatically
adjust the width.


PSC00256688
=============================
When auto-indent on paste triggers auto-completion dialog closes
****************************************
Using OEA visual designer, with large class files (+7000 lines of code). On
invoking content assist immediately after Pasting code in the editor with
auto-indent on paste preference is enabled, sometimes the auto-completion
dialog closes immediately (after less than second) without giving a chance to
the customer to select what they wanted.


PSC00256234
=============================
Bad JSON catalog if ABL temp-table definition has preprocessor
****************************************
If an ABL class contains a temp-table which has a preprocessor in the
defintiions, using it in a Mobile service will cause a bad JSON catalog to be
generated. The JSON will contain only the automatically added _id field, the
fields from the temp-table itself will be missing.


PSC00254931
=============================
Clicking on a cell of LOGICAL type changes it's value in the db
****************************************
Clicking on a cell of LOGICAL type in the Editing Item dialog from OpenEdge
studio causes its value to change in the db.


PSC00254774
=============================
Improvement for automatic completion of quote and double-quote


PSC00253706
=============================
DevStudio Can Hang When Context Assist Trying to Work
****************************************
Adding an extra parameter to a RUN statement with many parameters can cause
DevStudio to hang and the CPU to go to 100% utilization.


PSC00252124
=============================
Proper error message should be displayed if we perform operations like
Edit/Drop, Add column/table/index for old database (10.2B) connected to 11.0 or
later version of PDSOE.


PSC00250238
=============================
ABL Scratchpad's cursor position moves to start when pasting


PSC00248766
=============================
Editing of Freeform queries is not supported in the text editor.


PSC00245241
=============================
When multiple monitors are in use and PDS is switched from one monitor to
other, the content of Procedure Settings, Property Sheet and Choose Color
dialogs are not completely visible when the dialogs are opened.


PSC00205912
=============================
Smart Tag is still visible when moving to other tabs
****************************************
If you open a Smart Tag it stays until closed.

s. Porting

PSC00294570
=============================
protrace functionality (proGetStack ..) no longer works on Linux with hostname
longer than 20 characters

t. QPE

PSC00280568
=============================
Getting error 1416 connecting though oebuild ABL client from AIX to MSSQL
server broker running on windows

u. REST Adapter

PSC00259855
=============================
httpclient authorizationinfo object has memory leak.


PSC00258053
=============================
Decimal parameters not passed to rest adapter from mobile app
****************************************
When using an invoke method to pass back a DECIMAL parameter to the restbroker
a zero value is received. When using decimal fields in a temp-table this works
fine and other data-types (character, integer, etc...) work fine.


PSC00255292
=============================
oe_tc.bat fails to configure external TomCat when TomCat installation has
spaces in the Path or Directory name.

v. Replication

PSC00262036
=============================
OpenEdge Replication target agent gets system error 10402:
OpenEdge Replication target stops to work suddenly after being correctly
initiated, synchronized, and working as expected after a period of time
(10402) SYSTEM ERROR: rlRecordGetLockManage error: unexpected start for trid
1472981642logicalOpId 5 logicalOpId in table 4
(10428) Function dsaAIApplyNote failed in rpNOT_ProcessNoteBlock with error -1.


PSC00261157
=============================
repl monitor shows target is behind src when no activity on src
****************************************
Replication Monitor (dsrutil <target> -C monitor) shows target is behind source
database when there is no activity on source database.


PSC00207385
=============================
Can't transition target database created online
****************************************
If the source database is enabled online and a target is created from that, you
can't transition the target database if the source database hasn't been
restarted before the transition.

w. SQL

PSC00285383
=============================

When two tables are joined with a join condition on Char or Varchar columns,
and there in no database index available to support the join, and the case
sensitivity of the join columns differs then we do not get the expected result
set.


PSC00283304
=============================
The sqlsrv2 user dies unexpectedly when running a SQL query with a BETWEEN
predicate on an indexed column in the WHERE clause.


PSC00281210
=============================
SQL 92 WHERE clause containing >=-29901 and <=-20000 returns past - 29901
values like -30000. Changing the >=-29901 to >=-29900 returns correct values.


PSC00280006
=============================
The sqlsrv2 user dies unexpectedly when running a SQL query with a BETWEEN
predicate on an indexed column in the WHERE clause.


PSC00270050
=============================
The SQL engine crashes when using the set operators INTERSECT and MINUS with
SELECT statements that contain more than 15 columns in the column list.
If the number of columns is between 16 and 24, the query may not crash, but
rather give incorrect results and/or internal errors.


PSC00262767
=============================
Prior to 11.4, SQL engine was returning syntax error if the right-hand side
table name in a LEFT JOIN begins with "group". Now this issue is fixed and no
such syntax error shall be thrown if right-hand side table name in a LEFT JOIN
begins with "group".


PSC00261558
=============================
SQL Server crashes when updating statistics
****************************************
SQL Server crashes when running update statistics twice on a database with
SPANISH9 collation and Spanish promsgs.


PSC00260771
=============================
Performance issues with certain SQL queries in OE11.x
*********************************************
Prior to 11.3.2, certain complex select queries can result in critical drop in
response time.


PSC00260732
=============================
ODBC driver hangs while fetching special character data
****************************************
An ODBC client hangs when the driver is trying to fetch more than 16383 special
characters. This issue has been fixed.


PSC00260669
=============================
Prior to 11.4, foreign key constraint vaiolation was generating an
uninformative message, throwing a generic 'Constraint violation (7597)' error.
The error message is now generated in the following format for foreign key
constraint violations:

"Violation of FOREIGN KEY constraint on reference table <owner>.<tablename>".

PSC00259002
=============================
Internal error in SQL ENGINE at 397 in opt_jfn1.exx
****************************************
Executing a certain query which has unions may generates the error:

Encountered internal error in SQL ENGINE at 397 in
/vobs_sql/sql/src/rds/opt_jfn1.exx contact Progress Technical Support.


PSC00258398
=============================
_sqlsrv2 process using 25% of cpu when running reports in OEM


PSC00257038
=============================
Loading ICU-UCA.df destroys ability to connect via SQL
****************************************
Loading customized ICU-UCA.df destroys ability to connect via ODBC or JDBC


PSC00256926
=============================
update statistics with index stats make SQL query unexecutable
****************************************
The command:

update table statistics and column statistics and index statistics;

make an SQL query that used to work before the update of the SQL statistics
unexecutable with sql engine crash.

If query plan generated by sql engine has very large number of TIDUNION nodes
(may be because large number of OR clause or huge number of values in IN
clause), sql engine ends up using all program stack (which is 1M by default)
and hence causing crash.


PSC00252727
=============================
Error: Encountered internal internal error in SQL ENGINE at 395
****************************************
The following SQL error appear on a specific SQL query after an upgrade from
10.1C04 to 10.2B07:
Error: Encountered internal internal error in SQL ENGINE at 395 in
Z:/vobs_sql/sql/src/rds/opt_join.cxx


PSC00250487
=============================
Enabling SQL Statement tracing crashes the server
****************************************
The SQL Server crashes if a long statement is executed after SQL Statement
logging has been enabled.


PSC00248357
=============================
The SQL server can crash with certain INSERT INTO statements


PSC00227812
=============================
ODBC driver retrieves column names with hyphens as not updatable
****************************************
ODBC driver returns attribute SQL_DESC_UPDATABLE as 0 for columns with hyphens
in their names when the columns are in fact updatable.


PSC00140864
=============================
A query with an IN predicate, where the IN predicate contains a large number of
values (more than 200) runs extremely slowly.

x. Server Technology

PSC00305173
=============================
The timeout error message triggered by the -clientConnectTimeout parameter is
missing error number 9407


PSC00289888
=============================
Unable to manage unified brokers from CLI when the name contains ":"


PSC00288749
=============================
When monitoring the WSA instance, the http connection is leaking through the
RSA SSL threads.


PSC00279988
=============================
Errors when OE 10 .NET open client connects to OE 11.2 or newer AppServer using
stateless or state-free operating mode


PSC00279611
=============================
Calling an HTTPS Web Service causes a 130 seconds delay compared to calling the
same Web Service through HTTP.


PSC00277820
=============================
WebSpeed broker does not start when a OS user is used in the groupName and
userName under the WebSpeed broker definition in the ubroker.properties file.


PSC00159447
=============================
Support for SSL client certificate
****************************************
This is an enhancement request for the SSL client certificate support for the
OpenEdge client. This is called 'Client Identity Verification' or two-way SSL.
In this scenario clients might be required to present their digital certificate
to the SSL server which then verifies it and if all is ok, then establishes a
SSL connection/session.

y. TTY

PSC00285612
=============================
The Character Client continues to display "Insert" in the status area after the
"Procedure Complete" message is displayed and the cursor is no longer in a
fill-in.


PSC00280029
=============================
The Windows Character Client crashes when the FRAME color specification is set
to "/" or a single color instead of a display color/prompt color pair.

z. Unsupported Products

PSC00256174
=============================
Profiler 1.1 shipped with OE11 docs has OE10 DB
****************************************
Database shipped with Profiler 1.1 in the OpenEdge 11 documentation samples has
not been upgraded to OpenEdge 11. It is still OpenEdge 10.1 or 10.2.


PSC00256172
=============================
Profiler 1.1 fails to launch on Windows 7
****************************************
When trying to start Profiler 1.1 from short-cut or clicking directly on
profilerviewer1.1.vbs, command prompt windows flashes up and disappears;
Profiler is not displayed.

{. Web Services Adapter

PSC00260607
=============================
WSDL listing page fails in newer browser versions
****************************************
WSDL listing page fails in newer browser versions (IE9, FireFox 21.0 and Chrome
27.0.x) while the same page looks perfectly fine in IE8.

|. WebSpeed

PSC00297447
=============================
HTTP Error 502.2 when CGI variables exceed 32 Kb


PSC00280172
=============================
Enabling SSL for cgiip and wsbroker1 cause the page to not load - HTTP Error
status 500 displayed on browser.
Segmentation Fault is shown in the Apache httpd error_log file.


PSC00260224
=============================
cgiip.exe crashes when connecting to ssl enabled broker
****************************************
cgiip.exe crashes when connecting to ssl enabled webspeed broker. This causes
IIS to show 502 error in the web browser.


PSC00249294
=============================
isapi messenger corrupts uploaded some pdf files
****************************************
Some pdf files get corrupted when use isapi (wsisa.dll) messenger to upload
binary file.


PSC00246961
=============================
files cgiip.exe, cgiip.wsc and swisa.dll not in scripts folder
****************************************
After a 'WebSpeed Messenger' installation with OpenEdge 11.1 the files
cgiip.exe, cgiip.wsc and swisa.dll are not installed in the C:\inetpub\scripts
folder.


PSC00243186
=============================
Intermittent HTTP 502.2 error when use CGI messenger on =>IIS7.5
****************************************
Intermittent HTTP 502.2 error when use CGI messenger on Windows 2008 R2 or
Windows 7 with IIS 7.5 or higher


PSC00214678
=============================
src/web* source code missing :U attribute on a number of strings
****************************************
The source code shipped for use with Webspeed (found in the src/web and
src/web2 directories) contains a number of strings that should not be
translated, but which do not have the :U provided.

---------------------------------------
Third Party Acknowledgments
---------------------------------------
Third Party Acknowledgments: One or more products in the Progress OpenEdge
v11.4 release includes third party components covered by licenses that
require that the following documentation notices be provided:

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate ANT v1.5.4. Such technology is
subject to the following terms and conditions: The Apache Software License,
Version 1.1, applies to all versions of up to ant 1.6.0 included. The
Apache Software License, Version 1.1 - Copyright (C) 2000-2003 The Apache
Software Foundation. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source
and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided
that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code
must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. The end-user documentation included with the redistribution, if any, must
include the following acknowledgment: "This product includes software developed
by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/)." Alternately,
this acknowledgment may appear in the software itself, if and wherever such
third-party acknowledgments normally appear. 4. The names "Ant" and "Apache
Software Foundation" must not be used to endorse or promote products derived
from this software without prior written permission. For written permission,
please contact apache@apache.org. 5. Products derived from this software
may not be called "Apache", nor may "Apache" appear in their name, without
prior written permission of the Apache Software Foundation. THIS SOFTWARE
IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE APACHE
SOFTWARE FOUNDATION OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. This software consists
of voluntary contributions made by many individuals on behalf of the Apache
Software Foundation. For more information on the Apache Software Foundation,
please see <http://www.apache.org/>.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Apache Avalon 2002/08/06,
Apache Batik v1.1, Apache Jakarta POI v1.1, Apache POI 2003/05/14, Regexp
(Pure Java Regular Expression) v1.2, and XMLTask v1.15.1 from The Apache
Software Foundation. Such technologies are subject to the following terms
and conditions: The Apache Software License, Version 1.1 Copyright (c) 2000
The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved. Redistribution and
use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted
provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source
code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in
the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. The
end-user documentation included with the redistribution, if any, must include
the following acknowledgment: "This product includes software developed
by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/)." Alternately,
this acknowledgment may appear in the software itself, if and wherever
such third-party acknowledgments normally appear. 4. The names "Apache" and
"Apache Software Foundation" must not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without prior written permission. For written
permission, please contact apache@apache.org. 5. Products derived from this
software may not be called "Apache", nor may "Apache" appear in their name,
without prior written permission of the Apache Software Foundation. THIS
SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
THE APACHE SOFTWARE FOUNDATION OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. This software consists
of voluntary contributions made by many individuals on behalf of the Apache
Software Foundation. For more information on the Apache Software Foundation,
please see <http://www.apache.org/>. Portions of this software are based
upon public domain software originally written at the National Center for
Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Apache JAXP v1.3.04 from The Apache
Software Foundation. Such technology is subject to the following terms and
conditions: The Apache Software License, Version 1.1 Copyright (c) 1999-2003
The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved. Redistribution and
use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted
provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source
code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in
the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. The
end-user documentation included with the redistribution, if any, must include
the following acknowledgment: "This product includes software developed
by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/)." Alternately,
this acknowledgment may appear in the software itself, if and wherever such
third-party acknowledgments normally appear. 4. The names "Xalan" and "Apache
Software Foundation" must not be used to endorse or promote products derived
from this software without prior written permission. For written permission,
please contact apache@apache.org. 5. Products derived from this software
may not be called "Apache", nor may "Apache" appear in their name, without
prior written permission of the Apache Software Foundation. THIS SOFTWARE
IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE APACHE
SOFTWARE FOUNDATION OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. This software consists
of voluntary contributions made by many individuals on behalf of the Apache
Software Foundation and was originally based on software copyright (c) 1999,
Lotus Development Corporation., http://www.lotus.com. For more information
on the Apache Software Foundation, please see http://www.apache.org/.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Crimson v1.1.3 as part of 1PDT
(Progress Extensions for Eclipse) v2.4.0. Such technology is subject to
the following terms and conditions: The Apache Software License, Version
1.1 Copyright (c) 1999-2003 The Apache Software Foundation. All rights
reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in
binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions
and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution. 3. The end-user documentation included
with the redistribution, if any, must include the following acknowledgment:
"This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation
(http://www.apache.org/)." Alternately, this acknowledgment may appear
in the software itself, if and wherever such third-party acknowledgments
normally appear. 4. The names "Xerces" and "Apache Software Foundation"
must not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
without prior written permission. For written permission, please contact
apache@apache.org. 5. Products derived from this software may not be called
"Apache", nor may "Apache" appear in their name, without prior written
permission of the Apache Software Foundation. THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED
``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE APACHE SOFTWARE
FOUNDATION OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER
IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. This software consists of voluntary contributions
made by many individuals on behalf of the Apache Software Foundation and
was originally based on software copyright (c) 1999, International Business
Machines, Inc., http://www.ibm.com. For more information on the Apache
Software Foundation, please see <http://www.apache.org/>.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate jfor v0.7.2 from jfor. Such technology
is subject to the following terms and conditions: jfor Apache-Style
Software License. Copyright (c) 2002 by the jfor project. All rights
reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions
in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other
materials provided with the distribution. 3. The end-user documentation
included with the redistribution, if any, must include the following
acknowledgment: "This product includes software developed by the jfor project
(http://www.jfor.org)." Alternately, this acknowledgment may appear in the
software itself, if and wherever such third-party acknowledgments normally
appear. 4. The name "jfor" must not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without prior written permission. For written
permission, please contact info@jfor.org. 5. Products derived from this
software may not be called "jfor", nor may "jfor" appear in their name, without
prior written permission of info@jfor.org. THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS''
AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE JFOR PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,
OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE
USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Apache LogKit v1.2 from The Apache
Software Foundation. Such technologies are subject to the following terms
and conditions: The Apache Software License, Version 1.1 -- Copyright (C)
1997-2003 The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved. Redistribution
and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted
provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source
code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in
the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. The
end-user documentation included with the redistribution, if any, must include
the following acknowledgment: "This product includes software developed
by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/)." Alternately,
this acknowledgment may appear in the software itself, if and wherever such
third-party acknowledgments normally appear. 4. The names "LogKit", "Jakarta"
and "Apache Software Foundation" must not be used to endorse or promote
products derived from this software without prior written permission. For
written permission, please contact apache@apache.org. 5. Products derived from
this software may not be called "Apache", nor may "Apache" appear in their
name, without prior written permission of the Apache Software Foundation. THIS
SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE APACHE
SOFTWARE FOUNDATION OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA,
OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. This software consists
of voluntary contributions made by many individuals on behalf of the Apache
Software Foundation. For more information on the Apache Software Foundation,
please see <http://www.apache.org/>.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Xerces for Java XML Parser
v2.6.2. Such technology is subject to the following terms and conditions:
The Apache Software License, Version 1.1 Copyright (c) 1999 The Apache
Software Foundation. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source
and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must
retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. The
end-user documentation included with the redistribution, if any, must include
the following acknowledgment: "This product includes software developed
by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/)." Alternately,
this acknowledgment may appear in the software itself, if and wherever such
third-party acknowledgments normally appear. 4. The names "Xerces" and "Apache
Software Foundation" must not be used to endorse or promote products derived
from this software without prior written permission. For written permission,
please contact apache@apache.org. 5. Products derived from this software
may not be called "Apache", nor may "Apache" appear in their name, without
prior written permission of the Apache Software Foundation. THIS SOFTWARE
IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE APACHE SOFTWARE
FOUNDATION OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER
IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. This software consists of voluntary contributions
made by many individuals on behalf of the Apache Software Foundation and
was originally based on software copyright (c) 1999, International Business
Machines, Inc., http://www.ibm.com. For more information on the Apache
Software Foundation, please see <http://www.apache.org/>.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate SOAP v2.3.1 from Apache
Foundation. Such technology is subject to the following terms and conditions:
The Apache Software License, Version 1.1
Copyright (c) 1999 The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. The end-user documentation included with the redistribution, if any,
must include the following acknowledgment: "This product includes software
developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/)."
Alternately, this acknowledgment may appear in the software itself, if and
wherever such third-party acknowledgments normally appear.
4. The names "SOAP" and "Apache Software Foundation" must not be used to
endorse or promote products derived from this software without prior written
permission. For written permission, please contact apache@apache.org.
5. Products derived from this software may not be called "Apache", nor may
"Apache" appear in their name, without prior written permission of the Apache
Software Foundation.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
THE APACHE SOFTWARE FOUNDATION OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
This software consists of voluntary contributions made by many individuals
on behalf of the Apache Software Foundation. For more information on the
Apache Software Foundation, please see <http://www.apache.org/>.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate ANTLR (Another Tool for Language
Recognition) v2.7.6. Such technology is subject to the following terms and
conditions: ANTLR 3 License [The BSD License] Copyright (c) 2003-2006,
Terence Parr All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and
binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met: Redistributions of source code must retain the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with the distribution. Neither the name
of the author nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or
promote products derived from this software without specific prior written
permission. THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,
OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE
USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Castor v0.9.3 from castor.org.
Such technology is subject to the following terms and conditions: Original
Intalio license - Copyright 1999-2004 (C) Intalio Inc., and others. All Rights
Reserved. Redistribution and use of this software and associated documentation
("Software"), with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain
copyright statements and notices. Redistributions must also contain a copy
of this document. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3. The
name "ExoLab" must not be used to endorse or promote products derived
from this Software without prior written permission of Intalio Inc. For
written permission, please contact info@exolab.org. 4. Products derived
from this Software may not be called "Castor" nor may "Castor" appear in
their names without prior written permission of Intalio Inc. Exolab, Castor
and Intalio are trademarks of Intalio Inc. 5. Due credit should be given to
the ExoLab Project (http://www.exolab.org/). THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY
INTALIO AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
INTALIO OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS;
OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Decimal Conversion Code (dtoa.c;
g_fmt.c; rnd_prod.s; decstrod.c; decstrtof.c; dmisc.c; gdtoa.c; gdtoa.h;
gdtoaimp.h; gethex.c; gmisc.c; hd_init.c; misc.c; smisc.c; strtodg.c;
strtord.c; sum.c; ulp.c). Such technologies are subject to the following
terms and conditions: dtoa.c License: The author of this software is David
M. Gay. Copyright (c) 1991, 2000, 2001 by Lucent Technologies. Permission
to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any purpose without
fee is hereby granted, provided that this entire notice is included in
all copies of any software which is or includes a copy or modification of
this software and in all copies of the supporting documentation for such
software. THIS SOFTWARE IS BEING PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED WARRANTY. IN PARTICULAR, NEITHER THE AUTHOR NOR LUCENT MAKES ANY
REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND CONCERNING THE MERCHANTABILITY OF
THIS SOFTWARE OR ITS FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. g_fmt.c License:
The author of this software is David M. Gay. Copyright (c) 1991, 1996 by
Lucent Technologies. Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
software for any purpose without fee is hereby granted, provided that this
entire notice is included in all copies of any software which is or includes
a copy or modification of this software and in all copies of the supporting
documentation for such software. THIS SOFTWARE IS BEING PROVIDED "AS IS",
WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY. IN PARTICULAR, NEITHER THE AUTHOR
NOR LUCENT MAKES ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND CONCERNING THE
MERCHANTABILITY OF THIS SOFTWARE OR ITS FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
rnd_prod.s License: The author of this software is David M. Gay. Copyright
(c) 1991 by Lucent Technologies. Permission to use, copy, modify, and
distribute this software for any purpose without fee is hereby granted,
provided that this entire notice is included in all copies of any software
which is or includes a copy or modification of this software and in all copies
of the supporting documentation for such software. THIS SOFTWARE IS BEING
PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY. IN PARTICULAR,
NEITHER THE AUTHOR NOR LUCENT MAKES ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY
KIND CONCERNING THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THIS SOFTWARE OR ITS FITNESS FOR
ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. decstrtod.c License: The author of this software
is David M. Gay. Copyright (C) 1998-2001 by Lucent Technologies All Rights
Reserved Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and
its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided
that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that the
copyright notice and this permission notice and warranty disclaimer appear in
supporting documentation, and that the name of Lucent or any of its entities
not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the
software without specific, written prior permission. LUCENT DISCLAIMS ALL
WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL LUCENT OR ANY OF ITS
ENTITIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY
DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN
AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF
OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE. decstrtof.c
License: The author of this software is David M. Gay. Copyright (C) 1998,
2000 by Lucent Technologies All Rights Reserved Permission to use, copy,
modify, and distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose
and without fee is hereby
granted, provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and
that both that the copyright notice and this permission notice and warranty
disclaimer appear in supporting documentation, and that the name of Lucent
or any of its entities not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to
distribution of the software without specific, written prior permission. LUCENT
DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL LUCENT OR ANY OF
ITS ENTITIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR
ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER
IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT
OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE. dmisc.c
License: The author of this software is David M. Gay. Copyright (C) 1998 by
Lucent Technologies All Rights Reserved Permission to use, copy, modify, and
distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose and without
fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice appear in
all copies and that both that the copyright notice and this permission
notice and warranty disclaimer appear in supporting documentation, and
that the name of Lucent or any of its entities not be used in advertising
or publicity pertaining to distribution of the software without specific,
written prior permission. LUCENT DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS
SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN
NO EVENT SHALL LUCENT OR ANY OF ITS ENTITIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL,
INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM
LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE
OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR
PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE. gdtoa.c License: The author of this software
is David M. Gay. Copyright (C) 1998, 1999 by Lucent Technologies All Rights
Reserved Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and
its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided
that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that the
copyright notice and this permission notice and warranty disclaimer appear in
supporting documentation, and that the name of Lucent or any of its entities
not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the
software without specific, written prior permission. LUCENT DISCLAIMS ALL
WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL LUCENT OR ANY OF ITS
ENTITIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR
ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER
IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT
OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE. gdtoa.h
License: The author of this software is David M. Gay. Copyright (C) 1998 by
Lucent Technologies All Rights Reserved Permission to use, copy, modify, and
distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose and without
fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice appear in
all copies and that both that the copyright notice and this permission
notice and warranty disclaimer appear in supporting documentation, and
that the name of Lucent or any of its entities not be used in advertising
or publicity pertaining to distribution of the software without specific,
written prior permission. LUCENT DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS
SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN
NO EVENT SHALL LUCENT OR ANY OF ITS ENTITIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL,
INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM
LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE
OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR
PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE. gdtoaimp.h License: The author of this software
is David M. Gay. Copyright (C) 1998-2000 by Lucent Technologies All Rights
Reserved Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and
its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided
that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that the
copyright notice and this permission notice and warranty disclaimer appear in
supporting documentation, and that the name of Lucent or any of its entities
not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the
software without specific, written prior permission. LUCENT DISCLAIMS ALL
WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL LUCENT OR ANY OF ITS
ENTITIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR
ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER
IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT
OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE. gethex.c
License: The author of this software is David M. Gay. Copyright (C) 1998 by
Lucent Technologies All Rights Reserved Permission to use, copy, modify, and
distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose and without
fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice appear in all
copies and that both that the copyright notice and this permission notice and
warranty disclaimer appear in supporting documentation, and that the name
of Lucent or any of its entities not be used in advertising or publicity
pertaining to distribution of the software without specific, written prior
permission. LUCENT DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE,
INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT
SHALL LUCENT OR ANY OF ITS ENTITIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF
USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER
TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE
OF THIS SOFTWARE. gmisc.c License: The author of this software is David
M. Gay. Copyright (C) 1998 by Lucent Technologies All Rights Reserved
Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its
documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided
that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that the
copyright notice and this permission notice and warranty disclaimer appear in
supporting documentation, and that the name of Lucent or any of its entities
not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the
software without specific, written prior permission. LUCENT DISCLAIMS ALL
WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL LUCENT OR ANY OF ITS
ENTITIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR
ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER
IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT
OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE. hd_init.c
License: The author of this software is David M. Gay. Copyright (C) 2000 by
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OVERVIEW and LEGAL ISSUES from jpeg.txt file (from GraphicsMagick):
The Independent JPEG Group's JPEG software
==========================================
README for release 6b of 27-Mar-1998
====================================
This distribution contains the sixth public release of the Independent JPEG
Group's free JPEG software. You are welcome to redistribute this software
and to use it for any purpose, subject to the conditions under LEGAL ISSUES,
below.
Serious users of this software (particularly those incorporating it into
larger programs) should contact IJG at jpeg-info@uunet.uu.net to be added to
our electronic mailing list. Mailing list members are notified of updates
and have a chance to participate in technical discussions, etc.
This software is the work of Tom Lane, Philip Gladstone, Jim Boucher,
Lee Crocker, Julian Minguillon, Luis Ortiz, George Phillips, Davide Rossi,
Guido Vollbeding, Ge' Weijers, and other members of the Independent JPEG
Group. IJG is not affiliated with the official ISO JPEG standards committee.
OVERVIEW
========
This package contains C software to implement JPEG image compression and
decompression. JPEG (pronounced "jay-peg") is a standardized compression
method for full-color and gray-scale images. JPEG is intended for compressing
"real-world" scenes; line drawings, cartoons and other non-realistic images
are not its strong suit. JPEG is lossy, meaning that the output image is
not exactly identical to the input image. Hence you must not use JPEG if
you have to have identical output bits. However, on typical photographic
images, very good compression levels can be obtained with no visible change,
and remarkably high compression levels are possible if you can tolerate a
low-quality image. For more details, see the references, or just experiment
with various compression settings. This software implements JPEG baseline,
extended-sequential, and progressive compression processes. Provision is
made for supporting all variants of these processes, although some uncommon
parameter settings aren't implemented yet.
For legal reasons, we are not distributing code for the arithmetic-coding
variants of JPEG; see LEGAL ISSUES. We have made no provision for supporting
the hierarchical or lossless processes defined in the standard.
We provide a set of library routines for reading and writing JPEG image files,
plus two sample applications "cjpeg" and "djpeg", which use the library to
perform conversion between JPEG and some other popular image file formats. The
library is intended to be reused in other applications.
In order to support file conversion and viewing software, we have included
considerable functionality beyond the bare JPEG coding/decoding capability;
for example, the color quantization modules are not strictly part of JPEG
decoding, but they are essential for output to colormapped file formats
or colormapped displays. These extra functions can be compiled out of
the library if not required for a particular application. We have also
included "jpegtran", a utility for lossless transcoding between different
JPEG processes, and "rdjpgcom" and "wrjpgcom", two simple applications for
inserting and extracting textual comments in JFIF files.
The emphasis in designing this software has been on achieving portability and
flexibility, while also making it fast enough to be useful. In particular,
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REFERENCES section for introductory material.) Rather, it is intended to
be reliable, portable, industrial-strength code. We do not claim to have
achieved that goal in every aspect of the software, but we strive for it.
We welcome the use of this software as a component of commercial products.
No royalty is required, but we do ask for an acknowledgement in product
documentation, as described under LEGAL ISSUES.
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by patents owned by IBM, AT&T, and Mitsubishi. Hence arithmetic coding
cannot legally be used without obtaining one or more licenses. For this
reason, support for arithmetic coding has been removed from the free JPEG
software. (Since arithmetic coding provides only a marginal gain over the
unpatented Huffman mode, it is unlikely that very many implementations will
support it.)
So far as we are aware, there are no patent restrictions on the remaining
code.
The IJG distribution formerly included code to read and write GIF files.
To avoid entanglement with the Unisys LZW patent, GIF reading support has
been removed altogether, and the GIF writer has been simplified to produce
"uncompressed GIFs". This technique does not use the LZW algorithm; the
resulting GIF files are larger than usual, but are readable by all standard
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Copyright (c) 2000 Glenn Randers-Pehrson and are distributed according to the
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Simon-Pierre Cadieux
Eric S. Raymond
Gilles Vollant
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There is no warranty against interference with your enjoyment of the library
or against infringement. There is no warranty that our efforts or the
library will fulfill any of your particular purposes or needs. This library
is provided with all faults, and the entire risk of satisfactory quality,
performance, accuracy, and effort is with the user.
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are Copyright (c) 1998, 1999 Glenn Randers-Pehrson, and are distributed
according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-0.96, with the
following individuals added to the list of Contributing Authors:
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Glenn Randers-Pehrson
Willem van Schaik
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1996, 1997 Andreas Dilger
Distributed according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-0.88,
with the following individuals added to the list of Contributing Authors:
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Kevin Bracey
Sam Bushell
Magnus Holmgren
Greg Roelofs
Tom Tanner
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(c) 1995, 1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc. For the purposes of this
copyright and license, "Contributing Authors" is defined as the following
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Paul Schmidt
Tim Wegner
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and Group 42, Inc. disclaim all warranties, expressed or implied, including,
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The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. specifically permit, without fee,
and encourage the use of this source code as a component to supporting the
PNG file format in commercial products. If you use this source code in a
product, acknowledgment is not required but would be appreciated.
A "png_get_copyright" function is available, for convenient use in "about"
boxes and the like:
printf("%s",png_get_copyright(NULL));
Also, the PNG logo (in PNG format, of course) is supplied in the files
"pngbar.png" and "pngbar.jpg (88x31) and "pngnow.png" (98x31).
Libpng is OSI Certified Open Source Software. OSI Certified Open Source is
a certification mark of the Open Source Initiative.
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Copyright (c) 1991-1997 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and its
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copies of the software and related documentation, and (ii) the names of Sam
Leffler and Silicon Graphics may not be used in any advertising or publicity
relating to the software without the specific, prior written permission
of Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS-IS" AND
WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL
SAM LEFFLER OR SILICON GRAPHICS BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL,
INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER
RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER OR NOT ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE, AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, ARISING OUT OF OR IN
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Contents of zlib.txt file (from GraphicsMagick):
zlib 1.1.3 is a general purpose data compression library. All the
code is thread safe. The data format used by the zlib library is
described by RFCs (Request for Comments) 1950 to 1952 in the files
ftp://ds.internic.net/rfc/rfc1950.txt (zlib format), rfc1951.txt (deflate
format) and rfc1952.txt (gzip format). These documents are also available in
other formats from ftp://ftp.uu.net/graphics/png/documents/zlib/zdoc-index.html

All functions of the compression library are documented in the file zlib.h
(volunteer to write man pages welcome, contact jloup@gzip.org). A usage
example of the library is given in the file example.c which also tests
that the library is working correctly. Another example is given in the file
minigzip.c. The compression library itself is composed of all source files
except example.c and minigzip.c.
To compile all files and run the test program, follow the instructions given
at the top of Makefile. In short "make test; make install" should work for
most machines. For Unix: "configure; make test; make install"
For MSDOS, use one of the special makefiles such as Makefile.msc.
For VMS, use Make_vms.com or descrip.mms.
Questions about zlib should be sent to <zlib@quest.jpl.nasa.gov>, or to
Gilles Vollant <info@winimage.com> for the Windows DLL version.
The zlib home page is http://www.cdrom.com/pub/infozip/zlib/
The official zlib ftp site is ftp://ftp.cdrom.com/pub/infozip/zlib/
Before reporting a problem, please check those sites to verify that you
have the latest version of zlib; otherwise get the latest version and check
whether the problem still exists or not.
Mark Nelson <markn@tiny.com> wrote an article about zlib for the Jan. 1997
issue of Dr. Dobb's Journal; a copy of the article is available in
http://web2.airmail.net/markn/articles/zlibtool/zlibtool.htm
The changes made in version 1.1.3 are documented in the file ChangeLog.
The main changes since 1.1.2 are:
- fix "an inflate input buffer bug that shows up on rare but persistent
occasions" (Mark)
- fix gzread and gztell for concatenated .gz files (Didier Le Botlan)
- fix gzseek(..., SEEK_SET) in write mode
- fix crc check after a gzeek (Frank Faubert)
- fix miniunzip when the last entry in a zip file is itself a zip file
(J Lillge)
- add contrib/asm586 and contrib/asm686 (Brian Raiter)
See http://www.muppetlabs.com/~breadbox/software/assembly.html
- add support for Delphi 3 in contrib/delphi (Bob Dellaca)
- add support for C++Builder 3 and Delphi 3 in contrib/delphi2 (Davide
Moretti)
- do not exit prematurely in untgz if 0 at start of block (Magnus Holmgren)
- use macro EXTERN instead of extern to support DLL for BeOS (Sander Stoks)
- added a FAQ file
plus many changes for portability.
Unsupported third party contributions are provided in directory "contrib". A
Java implementation of zlib is available in the Java Development Kit 1.1
http://www.javasoft.com/products/JDK/1.1/docs/api/Package-java.util.zip.html
See the zlib home page http://www.cdrom.com/pub/infozip/zlib/ for details.
A Perl interface to zlib written by Paul Marquess <pmarquess@bfsec.bt.co.uk>
is in the CPAN (Comprehensive Perl Archive Network) sites, such as:
ftp://ftp.cis.ufl.edu/pub/perl/CPAN/modules/by-module/Compress/Compress-Zlib*
A Python interface to zlib written by A.M. Kuchling
<amk@magnet.com> is available in Python 1.5 and later versions, see
http://www.python.org/doc/lib/module-zlib.html
A zlib binding for TCL written by Andreas Kupries <a.kupries@westend.com>
is availlable at http://www.westend.com/~kupries/doc/trf/man/man.html
An experimental package to read and write files in .zip format, written
on top of zlib by Gilles Vollant <info@winimage.com>, is available at
http://www.winimage.com/zLibDll/unzip.html and also in the contrib/minizip
directory of zlib.
Notes for some targets:
- To build a Windows DLL version, include in a DLL project zlib.def, zlib.rc
and all .c files except example.c and minigzip.c; compile with -DZLIB_DLL
The zlib DLL support was initially done by Alessandro Iacopetti and is now
maintained by Gilles Vollant <info@winimage.com>. Check the zlib DLL home
page at http://www.winimage.com/zLibDll
From Visual Basic, you can call the DLL functions which do not take a
structure as argument: compress, uncompress and all gz* functions.
See contrib/visual-basic.txt for more information, or get
http://www.tcfb.com/dowseware/cmp-z-it.zip
- For 64-bit Irix, deflate.c must be compiled without any optimization. With
-O, one libpng test fails. The test works in 32 bit mode (with the -n32
compiler flag). The compiler bug has been reported to SGI.
- zlib doesn't work with gcc 2.6.3 on a DEC 3000/300LX under OSF/1 2.1 it
works when compiled with cc.
- on Digital Unix 4.0D (formely OSF/1) on AlphaServer, the cc option -std1
is necessary to get gzprintf working correctly. This is done by configure.
- zlib doesn't work on HP-UX 9.05 with some versions of /bin/cc. It works
with other compilers. Use "make test" to check your compiler.
- gzdopen is not supported on RISCOS, BEOS and by some Mac compilers.
- For Turbo C the small model is supported only with reduced performance to
avoid any far allocation; it was tested with -DMAX_WBITS=11 -DMAX_MEM_LEVEL=3
- For PalmOs, see http://www.cs.uit.no/~perm/PASTA/pilot/software.html Per
Harald Myrvang <perm@stud.cs.uit.no>
Acknowledgments:
The deflate format used by zlib was defined by Phil Katz. The deflate and
zlib specifications were written by L. Peter Deutsch. Thanks to all the
people who reported problems and suggested various improvements in zlib;
they are too numerous to cite here.
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not required.
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misrepresented as being the original software.
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If you use the zlib library in a product, we would appreciate *not* receiving
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Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate SLF4J v1.6.2 and SLF4J Log4J v1.6.1
from QOS. Such technology is subject to the following terms and conditions:
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OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE,
ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER
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Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate SLF4J v1.7.7 from QOS. Such technology
is subject to the following terms and conditions: Copyright (c) 2004-2013
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ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION
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Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate STAX API (JSR 173) v3.1.1 from Woodstox
Project. Such technology is subject to the following terms and conditions:
Copyright (c) 2004-2010, Woodstox Project (http://woodstox.codehaus.org/)All
rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
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3. Neither the name of the Woodstox XML Processor nor the names of its
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software without specific prior written permission.
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ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
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Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Trang 20030619 as part of 1PDT
(Progress Extensions for Eclipse) v2.4.0. Such technology is subject to
the following terms and conditions: Copyright (c) 2002, 2003 Thai Open
Source Software Center Ltd. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use
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THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Xpp3 v1.1.3.4 from Indiana
University as part of 1PDT (Progress Extensions for Eclipse) v2.4.0.
Such technology is subject to the following terms and conditions: Indiana
University Extreme! Lab Software License Version 1.1.1 Copyright (c) 2002
Extreme! Lab, Indiana University. All rights reserved. Redistribution and
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in the software itself, if and wherever such third-party acknowledgments
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Extreme! Lab" must not be used to endorse or promote products derived from
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ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate XStream v1.3.1 from XStream. Such
technology is subject to the following terms and conditions: Copyright (c)
2003-2006, Joe Walnes Copyright (c) 2006-2007, XStream Committers All rights
reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
list of conditions and the following disclaimer. Redistributions in binary
form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions
and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution. Neither the name of XStream nor the names
of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
this software without specific prior written permission. THIS SOFTWARE IS
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OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN
NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate YAJL v0.4.0 from Lloyd Hilaiel.
Such technology is subject to the following terms and conditions: Copyright
2007, Lloyd Hilaiel. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or
without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in
binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions
and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution. 3. Neither the name of Lloyd Hilaiel nor the
names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived
from this software without specific prior written permission. THIS SOFTWARE
IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate GNU ZLIB v1.1.4 and GNU ZLIB v1.2.3
from Jean-loup Gailiy & Mark Alder. Such technology is subject to the
following terms and conditions: Copyright notice: (C) 1995-2002 Jean-loup
Gailly and Mark Adler This software is provided 'as-is', without any express
or implied warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any
damages arising from the use of this software. Permission is granted to anyone
to use this software for any purpose, including commercial applications, and
to alter it and redistribute it freely, subject to the following restrictions:
1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must not claim
that you wrote the original software. If you use this software in a product,
an acknowledgment in the product documentation would be appreciated but is
not required. 2. Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such,
and must not be misrepresented as being the original software. 3. This notice
may not be removed or altered from any source distribution.
Jean-loup Gailly Mark Adler
jloup@gzip.org madler@alumni.caltech.edu

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate ZLIB.NET Free v1.0.4 from ComponentAce.
Such technology is subject to the following terms and conditions:
Copyright (c) 2006-2007, ComponentAce http://www.componentace.com All rights
reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
list of conditions and the following disclaimer. Redistributions in binary
form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided
with the distribution. Neither the name of ComponentAce nor the names of
its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
this software without specific prior written permission. THIS SOFTWARE IS
PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN
NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate LALR Parser Generator in Java
v0.10k. Such technology is subject to the following terms and conditions:
CUP Parser Generator Copyright Notice, License, and Disclaimer – Copyright
1996-1999 by Scott Hudson, Frank Flannery, C. Scott Ananian - Permission
to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its documentation
for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above
copyright notice appear in all copies and that both the copyright notice
and this permission notice and warranty disclaimer appear in supporting
documentation, and that the names of the authors or their employers not be
used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the software
without specific, written prior permission. The authors and their employers
disclaim all warranties with regard to this software, including all implied
warranties of merchantability and fitness. In no event shall the authors or
their employers be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages
or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data or profits,
whether in an action of contract, negligence or other tortious action,
arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of this software.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 includes the RSA Data Security, Inc. MD5 Message-Digest
Algorithm. Copyright ©1991-2, RSA Data Security, Inc. Created 1991. All
rights reserved. (MD5 Encryption Library v3.0 and MD5 Encryption vMD5C.C)
These technologies are subject to the following terms and conditions: RSA
Data Security MD5 message-digest algorithm RSA Data Security, Inc. MD5C.C -
RSA Data Security, Inc., MD5 message-digest algorithm Copyright (C) 1991-2,
RSA Data Security, Inc. Created 1991. All rights reserved. License to copy
and use this software is granted provided that it is identified as the "RSA
Data Security, Inc. MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm" in all material mentioning
or referencing this software or this function. License is also granted to
make and use derivative works provided that such works are identified as
"derived from the RSA Data Security, Inc. MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm" in
all material mentioning or referencing the derived work. RSA Data Security,
Inc. makes no representations concerning either the merchantability of this
software or the suitability of this software for any particular purpose. It
is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty of any kind. These
notices must be retained in any copies of any part of this documentation
and/or software.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Saxon XSLT and XQuery Processor v8.9;
and Saxon XSLT and XQuery Processor v8.9.0.4 (saxon8.jar, saxon8-xpath.jar,
saxon8-xom.jar, saxon8-sql.jar, saxon8-jdom.jar, saxon8-dom.jar) as part of
1PDT (Progress Extensions for Eclipse) v2.4.0. The contents of these files are
subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.0 (the "License") provided
below; you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You
may also obtain a copy of the License at http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/.
Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" basis,
WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License
for the specific language governing rights and limitations under the
License. PSC will, at Licensee's request, provide copies of the source
code for this third party technology, including modifications, if any,
made by PSC. PSC may charge reasonable shipping and handling charges
for such distribution. Licensee may also obtain the source code through
http://communities.progress.com/pcom/docs/DOC-16051 by following the
instructions set forth therein.
For Saxon XSLT and XQuery Processor v8.9 – The Original Code of Saxon comprises
all those components which are not explicitly attributed to other parties. The
Initial Developer of the Original Code is Michael Kay. Until February 2001
Michael Kay was an employee of International Computers Limited (now part of
Fujitsu Limited), and original code developed during that time was released
under this license by permission from International Computers Limited. From
February 2001 until February 2004 Michael Kay was an employee of Software
AG, and code developed during that time was released under this license
by permission from Software AG, acting as a "Contributor". Subsequent code
has been developed by Saxonica Limited, of which Michael Kay is a Director,
again acting as a "Contributor". A small number of modules, or enhancements
to modules, have been developed by other individuals (either written specially
for Saxon, or incorporated into Saxon having initially been released as part of
another open source product). Such contributions are acknowledged individually
in comments attached to the relevant code modules. All Rights Reserved. If
you produce a product that includes or requires Saxon, please refer to it
prominently as "The Saxon XSLT and XQuery Processor from Saxonica Limited",
and include the URL of the home page, which is at http://www.saxonica.com/.
For Saxon XSLT and XQuery Processor v8.9.0.4 - The Original Code of Saxon
comprises all those components which are not explicitly attributed to other
parties. The Initial Developer of the Original Code is Michael Kay. Until
February 2001 Michael Kay was an employee of International Computers Limited
(now part of Fujitsu Limited), and original code developed during that time
was released under this license by permission from International Computers
Limited. From February 2001 until February 2004 Michael Kay was an employee
of Software AG, and code developed during that time was released under this
license by permission from Software AG, acting as a "Contributor". Subsequent
code has been developed by Saxonica Limited, of which Michael Kay is a
Director, again acting as a "Contributor". A small number of modules, or
enhancements to modules, have been developed by other individuals (either
written specially for Saxon, or incorporated into Saxon having initially
been released as part of another open source product). Such contributions
are acknowledged individually in comments attached to the relevant code
modules. All Rights Reserved.

Progress OpenEdge v11.4 may incorporate Mozilla Rhino v1.6R1; and Saxon v9.
Such above-listed technologies are subject to the following terms and
conditions: The contents of this file are subject to the Mozilla Public
License Version 1.1 (the "License") provided below; you may not use this
file except in compliance with the License. You may also obtain a copy of
the License at http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/. Software distributed under the
License is distributed on an "AS IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing
rights and limitations under the License.
For Mozilla Rhino v1.6R1, The Original Code is Rhino code, released - May 6,
1999. - The Initial Developer of the Original Code is Netscape Communications
Corporation. Portions created by Netscape are Copyright (C) 1997-1999
Netscape Communications Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Contributor(s):
Norris Boyd, Igor Bukanov, Roger Lawrence, Mike McCabe.
For Saxon v9, The Original Code is: All this file. The Initial Developer of
the Original Code is Michael H. Kay. Contributor(s): none.