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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
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Installation Wizard into new VRC
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Manual into existing VRC
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Manual into new VRC
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Old 24th August 2001, 09:41
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Post Background info for bshell options (BaanIV)

Here are some information about settings for bshell (BaanIV).

1. Start with a bshell6.1 -? (ntbshell.exe on NT)

Usage: bshell6.1 [options] [program...]
options:

-vV : show program version
-r : show resources
-deftext : show bshell texts
-ba : connect with ba display server
-bx : connect with bx display server
-mdebug : display bshell messages sent to display server
-dbgdata : show datainput options (not for fields!)
-dbgobj : show object information
-dbgref : show reference paths
-dbgfun : debug functions
-dbgsrv : show bdb server type
-dbglck : show locking errors
-dbgmulact : show process actions (activate,sleep,kill etc.)
-dbgrefer : show references
-dbgbdbact : show bdb actions
-dbgfdev : debug file access
-dbgfile : show successfully opened sequential files
-dbgjvmi : show JavaVM integration actions
-dbgres : show loaded resources
-dbgtss : Show TSS-diagnostics and go to debugger on TSS-error
-dbgenums : show loading of enums
-dbginstr : show bshell cpu instructions
-dbgcpu : use debug version of the cpu
-dbgsrdduse : show srdd usage
-dbggpvar : debug get & putvar
-dbgsched : debug scheduler
-dbgpty : debug pty's
-dbgmem : show all memory statistics (see below)
-dbgmemtot : show total memory usage
-dbgmemblk : show memory usage per block
-dbgmemfree : show free memory list
-dbgmemused : show used memory list
-set var=val : set environment variable 'var' to 'val'
-logfile : log stdout/stderr output in
-keeplog : don't remove the logfile after ending the bshell
-appendlog : append to logfile (only useful with -logfile option)
-nolog : stdout and stderr will go to the controlling terminal
(if possible - on remote connection no output will appear)
-delay : delay for seconds before continuing
(useful for attaching with a debugger: set breakpoint
at the function 'delay_ready')
-nodebug : disable debugger.
-server : run as a server without UI

2. You can also get debug information from the Baan database driver by using -- -set TT_SQL_TRACE=value (or added values) to get info about Baan SQL queries beeing handled:

value description
000040 show queries wih their QID
000200 show query exec. times
002000 show calls of internal SQL functions
004000 show query eval. plan (client+server)
010000 show quey ev. plan (server)
020000 show all full table scans

3. Or use -- -set DBSLOG=value (or added values) to get debug info from the online processing of the database driver:

value description
0000001 data dict. info of tables
0000002 query info (sql level 1)
0000004 query info (sql level 2)
0000010 row action info
0000020 table action info
0000040 transaction info
0000100 dbms input/output data (sql level 2)
0000200 admin file info (sql drivers)
0000400 dbms sql statements
0001000 general debug statements
0002000 query processing info
0004000 data buffering info (communication)

4. Then you have other options like:

-- -set PACKAGE_COMB=package combination to login into specific package combination
-- -set BSE_COMPNR=company to login into specific company
-- -set USER=baan_user to login using a different user that the login one (use 1 system login with several Baan logins!)
-- -set RDS_FULL=value to define max. nr. rows transfered between client and server as one block (good for imports/exports)
-- -set BDB_DEBUG=value (like DBSLOG/TT_SQL_TRACE, less used...)
-- -set DS_AS=bshell_name [for ba6.1 only, to specify a specific bshell name from ipc_info]
-- -set BSE_TMP=temporary folder to use a different temporary folder 9other than $BSE/tmp)
-- -set BSE_LANG=value to change language (2=English, etc.)
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Old 24th August 2001, 16:21
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Thanks Victor.

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I have been trying to get hold of this info for ages..... Great.
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Excelent

HI,

This is an excelent thread.
I just have a question:
Is it possible to combine several options?
I tried to do something like this: -- -set TWO_TASK=baanIV -set BSE_COMPNR=803, but it has no effect.

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Old 5th September 2001, 11:50
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You can use more than one of these - I have often used these 3 together in the command line:

-- -set PACKAGE_COMB=B40Cc4XX -set BSE_COMPNR=123 -set BSE_LANG=2
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Usage restrictions

Bogdan,

That will not work if the company you specified is not on the same package combination of the user or the user has no access to it.
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Hi,

I found some old info from my emails, which I wanted to share.

-- -set ENVIRONMENT VARIABLE=VALUE[, -set [ADDITIONAL ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES]=[VALUE],...]

Environment Variables
PACKAGE_COMB --> overrides the package combination in your user data.
BAAN_SCM_GRP --> sets your checkout directory so more everyone that uses the same group can see your changes.
SUPPRESS_WINHELP=1 --> if you choose help the baan help appears instead of the windows version of the baan help.
TEST_RETRY=X --> This variable indicates how often the system must go back to a retry point at the moment of committing. This cannot be used when testing different sessions with retry points parallel.
MAX_RETRY=X --> This variable indicates how often the system may return to a retry point as a result of an abort in an update action. Default: 10
CUNO_SRC=1 --> Is needed when exporting Baan components to Scopus
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Thanks for the fish Prashant. Now will someone teach me how to fish ?

How does one find what the variables are that can be set? Where is the documentation for this? Does it change between versions of Baan?
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Hi Vamsi,

I just found that info from my old back up emails... so I thought it might be useful to post here.

I did not find any more documentation. But I guess some of those variable which can be set, might be some global external variables from the bshell.
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found more options...

I have recently found 2 more new options

-- -set USE_BMASK_AS_ABSOLUTE=1 -set BMASK=02

I am wondering if there is any session in baan where we can set the default masks for file creations like in umask in UNIX.
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I found few more options -

-set BAAN_WIN_TITLE=”BaaN-ERP-Series” would show the string “BaaN-ERP-Series” in the title of all Baan sessions.

Furthermore, there are some predefined strings that can be used in the window title string. They are:

%C Company Name
%c Company Number
%h Host Name
%p Package Combination
%S Session Name
%s Session Code
%u Userid
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ntbshell?

ok. I give.
How do I use/do this on an NT?
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Hi Matt,

we are working on Unix. But I guess it should also work on NT too so you can test it out.

You can use those option from the BaaN Configuration File, Bshell environment and Commands.
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log files?

I thought I read on a thread where output from these commands goes by default, but I cannot find it now.

Where on my NT would I find the file to see if this is working?

Does anyone know where I read that information before?
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output

The output goes normally to the file %BSE%\tmp\bshell.<pid>.

If you use the options -keeplog -logfile <pathname\filename> you can redirect it to any place you like.

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