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icetree521

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 12:49 pm    Post subject: Bebug Tool error:EQA2456I
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Hi all,

I've got a extremly strange question. in my program( type is PLIDCOM) I use FETCH a module then CALL it in a loop, but when using DebugTool, only the first time CALL the module will return a EQA2456I error, the second and third time will be ok.

Also, i can prove when running my program without DebugTool, the module can be called successfully, including the first time.

so have anyone met the same problem before? thanks!


Here is the Error message in DebugTool when first time call the fetched module:

The operating system has generated the following message:
EQA2456I Returning from enclave where Debug Tool was initialized
Handling of non-LE events has been suspended. Debugging of non-LE
programs is suspended in this Debug Tool session.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 12:53 pm    Post subject:
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EQA2456IReturning from enclave where Debug Tool was initialized. Handling of non-LE events has been suspended. Debugging of non-LE programs is suspended in this Debug Tool session.
Explanation:
The Language Environment was invoked with TEST/NOPROMPT or NOTEST causing Debug Tool to be initialized during an enclave that was not the top enclave. The enclave in which Debug Tool was initialize is now terminating. Debug Tool will no longer intercept non-Language Environment events and, therefore, you can no longer debug non-Language Environment programs.

Programmer response:
If you do not need to debug higher-level, non-Language Environment programs or to intercept non-Language Environment events, no action is required. Otherwise, re-run the job without NOPROMPT or with the CALL to CEETEST, PLITEST or ctest() in a higher-level enclave.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 1:11 pm    Post subject:
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To PeterHolland,

"Otherwise, re-run the job without NOPROMPT or with the CALL to CEETEST, PLITEST or ctest() in a higher-level enclave." what does this mean? Does it mean that i should add CALL CEFTEST in my program? icon_razz.gif
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 1:16 pm    Post subject:
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I wouldnt know, try the Debug Tool manual(s) for more info.
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