A.06.30 Release Notes
The following problems have been fixed with Eloquence A.06.30.
Fixes for A.06.20 are available as patches.
eloqsd service (Windows NT)
The eloqsd server did not correctly setup user permissions.
This could cause subsequent failures e.g. when accessing a network
resource from an Eloquence program.
The eloqsd server sometimes failed to read its configuration files
eloqsd.share and eloqsd.user correctly. This could cause the eloqsd
server to hang when reading its share or user configuration.
dbimport failed to recognize import files which include structural
information (created by dbexport -r).
The schema procesor did not handle 8 bit characters ("Umlaute")
correctly on the HP-UX platform. This could result in syntax error
messages in schema definitions when 8 bit characters were used in
A combination of primary path and sort item specification caused
an internal failure.
dbfsck could report an errorneous fixrec meta data inconsistency.
When using write mode (-w commandline argument) this could
cause bad fixrec meta information written back to the data
volume which could cause a subsequent eloqdb6 panic due to
inconsistent fixrec meta information.
Eloquence IDE and eloqstart utility (Windows)
An internal overflow condition caused a GPF in the Eloquence IDE
when a directory was displayed in the Explore window which
contained a file with an invalid modification date.
In rare situations a GPF was caused when the Explore window was opened.
An assumption was made concerning the network hierarchy which was not
always true. This has been fixed by re-implementing the enumeration
algorithm more defensively.
Although eloqcore supports character mode programs with A.06.20,
the Eloquence IDE and the eqstart utility did not support this
mode correctly (the eloqcore window was always hidden).
Run Server (Windows)
The Run Server could hang after accepting a network connection.
The EDITTEXT.ins and EDITTEXT.delln attributes caused the 16bit and
32bit dlgsrv(32) driver to crash if the cursor was positioned at the
end of the current content.
Linux libc6 executables could fail
Executables failed on Linux libc6 with __register_frame_info undefined
on Linux distributions other than SuSE Linux.