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Old 8th January 2018, 07:22
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Baan: LN 10.4 - DB: Oracle - OS: HP-Unix
Error 111(No record Found) on tdsls4026010
Baan: ERP LN 6.1 FP10 (Infor ERP 10.4)
C/S: Both

Hello All

We are facing this error while cancelling a Sales Order Line on Live Production Server.

Now i have searched Infor Incidents where they have suggested that Error 111 usually occurs in case of corruption of a table and usually reorganization of Table needs to be done.

Now i am going to follow up on that.

But my question is when 111 Error occurs, No record found means what? If record is not found the program should not go into the loop and therefore why is the need for a Fatal Error. What am i missing here?

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