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MACSQL ConnMan error #28

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Hi

I am a first user of the support system so excuse me if I am doing something wrong. We have a user that produces an error about every other day. We just became aware of the error today and have searched the support system, but can't find too uch. Below is the error message, any help is much appreciated.

Abnormal Cleanup of MACSQLConnMan in MACDMSS.DLL, No server exit op provided! Some client and server resources may be left in an unknown state

Thanks in advance

Benji
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MACSQL ConnMan error #56

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I have been getting that same error since our upgrade to 7.6. Have you been able to find the root of the problem? No one here seems to know. Let me know if you have gotten anywhere!
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MACSQL ConnMan error #200

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One of my users has been getting this error traing to send any report to the screen. This error occurs only on one computer.
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MACSQL ConnMan error #262

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I have a single user getting this error as well, almost every afternoon between 2-4. So far support hasn't found the answer.
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MACSQL ConnMan error #266

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I've seen this error many times since moving from Progression Btrieve to Progression SQL under 7.5.103f. It normally occurred when there was a timeout or error during a flexibility project attached the screen set. It also occurred when a user would end task a screen instead of allowing it to close. At times, clearing out the temp files from the users workstation helped clear it from reoccurring as often. It may be related to a corrupt temp file or something.
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MACSQL ConnMan error #268

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I had that problem after going to SQL and found that once I rebooted the server the problem hasn't happened since. We had not rebooted the server since we started entering live data in SQL.
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