Error 41 Broken Pipe - Any Ideas

Hi guys,

Running a clustered webserver, windows 2000, IIS v5, and a sql server, v2000. Using OLE Db as connection, running stored procedures, no sql created on the fly. The website handles about 5000 transaction a day.

Every now and again, we get a problem whereby an error 41 - Broken Pipe is reported. I can't find any info on this error on Technet, MSDN, etc. Google returns info, but only really affecting solaris, unix, linux, etc.

Anyone ever come across this error before? or know what might cause it? and possible resolutions?

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Error: 0 - No Process Is On The Other End Of The Pipe

I can use SQL Server Management Studio Express to connect to my local database SQL 2005 database on bknjisqlexpress.

I am also able to connect to the database from Visual Studio, and this is where I copied the following connection string to be used in my C# code

string myConnectString = "Data Source=BKFNJI\SQLEXPRESS;" +

 "Initial Catalog=cmiCompatibilityDataBase" +

"Integrated Security=True;Pooling=False";

// specify SQL Server Specific Connection string

SqlConnection cmiDBCompConnection = new SqlConnection(myConnectString);

cmiDBCompConnection.Open();

 

when I attempt to run the apps, I get the

"System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException was unhandled
  Message="A connection was successfully established with the server, but then an error occurred during the login process. (provider: Shared Memory Provider, error: 0 - No process is on the other end of the pipe.)".....


any idea what I am doing wrong, given that the connection string works using other means?  I am using Windows authentication.

To add, the error in my log shows:

2007-03-17 21:10:55.82 Logon       Login failed for user ''. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection. [CLIENT: <local machine>]

Thanks,

Klaus

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KB309398 describes a Certificate problem that can cause the Pipe error.
See: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309398

The kb article describes the problem as follows:

Quote
SQL Server 2000 introduces Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption through the use of certificates. If SQL Server finds certificates on the local computer, SQL Server attempts to use the certificates. If the certificate is not issued to the fully qualified domain name of the computer, SQL Server considers the certificate invalid. If there are multiple certificates on the computer, there is no way to pick which certificate SQL Server must use.

You must identify the source of the certificates on the computer before you proceed. For the SQL Server 2000 installation to be successful, you must use the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in to view the certificates on your computer.
End Quote

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Any help with this confusing issue would be appreciated.

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Thanks
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       Dim mreleaseqty As Double
        Dim mmakeqty As Double
        Dim k As Integer
        Dim mbackorderqty As Double
        Dim mOnOrder As Double
        Dim mOnHand As Double
        Dim mMaximumqty As Double
        Dim mMinimumQty As Double
        Dim muomfactor As Double
        Dim mSafetyStockQty As Double
        Dim mQtyInTransit As Double
        Dim mQtyAllocatedWip As Double
        Dim mQtyAllocated As Double

        Dim cnLean As New ADODB.Connection
        Dim cnSyspro As New ADODB.Connection
        Dim cnLean2 As New ADODB.Connection


        Dim cmdPullItems As New ADODB.Command 'command to retrieve pull items
        Dim cmdWHTotals As New ADODB.Command 'command to get combined warehouse totals
        Dim cmdUpdatePull As New ADODB.Command
        Dim cmdBkOrd As New ADODB.Command
        Dim cmdInvMst As New ADODB.Command
        Dim cmdInitPull As New ADODB.Command 'command to clean our old pull data

        Dim prmStockCode As New ADODB.Parameter 'parameter to supply stockcode.

        Dim rsPullItems As New ADODB.Recordset 'recordset to hold pull items.
        Dim rsWHTotals As New ADODB.Recordset 'recordset to hold warehouse records
        Dim rsBkOrd As New ADODB.Recordset
        Dim rsInvMst As New ADODB.Recordset
        Dim rsSalesOrders As New ADODB.Recordset
        Dim rsWipMaster As New ADODB.Recordset



        Dim mPullSQL As String
        Dim mWHSql As String
        Dim mBackOrderStr As String
        Dim mInvSQL As String
        Dim mStockCode As String
        Dim mSalesSQL As String
        Dim aBackOrderRec As Array
        Dim mReqDate
        Dim mShipDate As Date
        Dim mcol As Integer
        Dim mNewVal As Double
        Dim mWipSql As String
        Dim mAdjAmt As Double
        Dim mStockStatus As Integer
        Dim mBackOrder As Double
        Dim mBackLate1 As Double
        Dim mBackLate2 As Double
        Dim mBackLate3 As Double
        Dim mBackLate4 As Double
        Dim mWeeklyStDev As Double
        Dim mWeeklyUsage As Double

        Dim mBackLog1 As Double
        Dim mBackLog2 As Double
        Dim mBackLog3 As Double
        Dim mBackLog4 As Double
        Dim mBackLog5 As Double
        Dim mBackLog6 As Double
        Dim mBackLog7 As Double
        Dim mBackLog8 As Double
        Dim mBackLog9 As Double
        Dim mBackLog10 As Double
        Dim mBackLog11 As Double
        Dim mBackLog12 As Double

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        Dim mLEAN_LATE1_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_LATE2_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_LATE3_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_LATE4_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG1_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG2_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG3_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG4_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG5_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG6_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG7_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG8_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG9_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG10_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG11_BFLAG As Integer
        Dim mLEAN_BACKLOG12_BFLAG As Integer

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        Dim mFileNum As Integer
        Dim mTrnFileNum As Integer
        Dim mtest As String
        Dim mCountOfRecords As Long
        Dim mPullCount As String
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        Dim mCurRecordCount As Long

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        'On Error GoTo ehbtnUpdateLean_Click
        'open connection to springdesign
        With cnLean
            .ConnectionString = "DSN=SPRINGDESIGN;UID=sa;PWD="
            .Open()
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        With cnLean2
            .ConnectionString = "DSN=SPRINGDESIGN;UID=sa;PWD="
            .Open()
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        'open connection to syspro
        With cnSyspro
            .ConnectionString = "DSN=COMPANYM;UID=sa;pwd="
            .CommandTimeout = 300
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        Me.Cursor = Cursors.WaitCursor

    **
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    **
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            .let_ActiveConnection(cnLean)
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            .Parameters.Refresh()
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    **

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            rsPullItems.ActiveConnection = Nothing

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            mtest = "Exception Message: " & ex.Message & vbCrLf & "SQLStatement: " & cmdPullItems.CommandText
            LogError("", mtest)
            rsPullItems = Nothing

        End Try

        Try
            'Initialize debugging and transaction files.
            mFileNum = FreeFile()
            FileOpen(mFileNum, "MXtestdebug.txt", OpenMode.Output, OpenAccess.Default, OpenShare.Shared)
            PrintLine(mFileNum, "Start " + Format(Now, "hh:mms"))
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        'Start working.
        If IsNothing(rsPullItems) = False Then
            Do While rsPullItems.EOF = False
                mCurRecordCount += 1


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                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@MINIMUM_QTY").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@MAXIMUM_QTY").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@SAFETYSTOCKQTY").Value = 0

                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@ON_HAND").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@ON_ORDER").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@BACKORDER_QTY").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@MAKE_QTY").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@RELEASE_QTY").Value = 0

                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKORDER").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE1").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE2").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE3").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE4").Value = 0.0

                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG1").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG2").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG3").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG4").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG5").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG6").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG7").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG8").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG9").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG10").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG11").Value = 0.0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG12").Value = 0.0

                'Initial flags used to determine if the individual sales order dates are
                'before or after the request date.
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                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE1_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE2_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE3_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE4_BFLAG").Value = 0

                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG1_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG2_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG3_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG4_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG5_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG6_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG7_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG8_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG9_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG10_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG11_BFLAG").Value = 0
                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG12_BFLAG").Value = 0


                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEANMFG_STOCKSTATUS").Value = 0

        **
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                    'Get warehouse totals
                    rsWHTotals = New ADODB.Recordset
                    rsWHTotals = cmdWHTotals.Execute
                Catch ex As Exception
                    mtest = "Exception Message: " & ex.Message & vbCrLf & "SQLStatement: " & cmdWHTotals.CommandText
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                    rsWHTotals = Nothing

                End Try

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                        **
                        BUNCH MORE CODE
                        **
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                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@MINIMUM_QTY").Value = mMinimumQty
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@MAXIMUM_QTY").Value = mMaximumqty
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@SAFETYSTOCKQTY").Value = mSafetyStockQty

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                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@ON_ORDER").Value = mOnOrder
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                        mmakeqty = (mMaximumqty - mOnHand)
                        If mmakeqty > 0 Then
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                        Else
                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@MAKE_QTY").Value = 0
                        End If



                        'init varables.

                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKORDER").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE1").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE2").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE3").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE4").Value = 0.0

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                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG2").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG3").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG4").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG5").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG6").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG7").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG8").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG9").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG10").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG11").Value = 0.0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG12").Value = 0.0
                        mBackOrder = 0.0
                        mBackLate1 = 0.0
                        mBackLate2 = 0.0
                        mBackLate3 = 0.0
                        mBackLate4 = 0.0
                        mBackLog1 = 0.0
                        mBackLog2 = 0.0
                        mBackLog3 = 0.0
                        mBackLog4 = 0.0
                        mBackLog5 = 0.0
                        mBackLog6 = 0.0
                        mBackLog7 = 0.0
                        mBackLog8 = 0.0
                        mBackLog9 = 0.0
                        mBackLog10 = 0.0
                        mBackLog11 = 0.0
                        mBackLog12 = 0.0

                        'Initiale Binary flags that represent if the ship date is
                        'before or after the request date.
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                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE1_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE2_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE3_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE4_BFLAG").Value = 0

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                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG2_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG3_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG4_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG5_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG6_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG7_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG8_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG9_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG10_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG11_BFLAG").Value = 0
                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG12_BFLAG").Value = 0

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                        mBackLate1 = 0.0
                        mBackLate2 = 0.0
                        mBackLate3 = 0.0
                        mBackLate4 = 0.0
                        mBackLog1 = 0.0
                        mBackLog2 = 0.0
                        mBackLog3 = 0.0
                        mBackLog4 = 0.0
                        mBackLog5 = 0.0
                        mBackLog6 = 0.0
                        mBackLog7 = 0.0
                        mBackLog8 = 0.0
                        mBackLog9 = 0.0
                        mBackLog10 = 0.0
                        mBackLog11 = 0.0
                        mBackLog12 = 0.0

                        mLEAN_BACKORDER_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_LATE1_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_LATE2_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_LATE3_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_LATE4_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG1_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG2_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG3_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG4_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG5_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG6_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG7_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG8_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG9_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG10_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG11_BFLAG = 0
                        mLEAN_BACKLOG12_BFLAG = 0

                        mBFlagValue = 0


            **
            more Code
            **
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                            rsSalesOrders = New ADODB.Recordset
                            rsSalesOrders.Open(mSalesSQL, cnSyspro)
                        Catch ex As Exception
                            mtest = "Exception Message: " & ex.Message & vbCrLf & "SQLStatement: " & mSalesSQL
                            LogError(mStockCode, mtest)
                            rsSalesOrders = Nothing
                        End Try

                        
                        If IsNothing(rsSalesOrders) = False Then
                            Do While rsSalesOrders.EOF = False
                            **
                            More Code
                            **
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                                        Case Is <= -5
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKORDER").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKORDER").Value + mNewVal
                                            'Check to see if the bit is marked. If not then mark it.
                                            If mBFlagValue <> (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKORDER_BFLAG").Value And mBFlagValue) Then
                                                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKORDER_BFLAG").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKORDER_BFLAG").Value + mBFlagValue
                                            End If

                                            mBackOrder = mBackOrder + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = -4
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE4").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE4").Value + mNewVal
                                            'Check to see if the bit is marked. If not then mark it.
                                            If mBFlagValue <> (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE4_BFLAG").Value And mBFlagValue) Then
                                                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE4_BFLAG").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE4_BFLAG").Value + mBFlagValue
                                            End If

                                            mBackLate4 = mBackLate4 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = -3
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE3").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE3").Value + mNewVal
                                            'Check to see if the bit is marked. If not then mark it.
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                                            mBackLate3 = mBackLate3 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = -2
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE2").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE2").Value + mNewVal
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                                            If mBFlagValue <> (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_LATE2_BFLAG").Value And mBFlagValue) Then
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                                            End If

                                            mBackLate2 = mBackLate2 + mNewVal

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                                            End If

                                            mBackLate1 = mBackLate1 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = 1
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG1").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG1").Value + mNewVal
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                                            End If

                                            mBackLog1 = mBackLog1 + mNewVal
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                                            'Check to see if the bit is marked. If not then mark it.
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                                            mBackLog4 = mBackLog4 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = 5
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                                            mBackLog5 = mBackLog5 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = 6
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                                            End If

                                            mBackLog6 = mBackLog6 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = 7
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG7").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG7").Value + mNewVal
                                            If mBFlagValue <> (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG7_BFLAG").Value And mBFlagValue) Then
                                                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG7_BFLAG").Value = (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG7_BFLAG").Value + mBFlagValue)
                                            End If

                                            mBackLog7 = mBackLog7 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = 8
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG8").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG8").Value + mNewVal
                                            If mBFlagValue <> (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG8_BFLAG").Value And mBFlagValue) Then
                                                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG8_BFLAG").Value = (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG8_BFLAG").Value + mBFlagValue)
                                            End If

                                            mBackLog8 = mBackLog8 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = 9
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG9").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG9").Value + mNewVal
                                            If mBFlagValue <> (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG9_BFLAG").Value And mBFlagValue) Then
                                                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG9_BFLAG").Value = (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG9_BFLAG").Value + mBFlagValue)
                                            End If

                                            mBackLog9 = mBackLog9 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = 10
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG10").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG10").Value + mNewVal
                                            If mBFlagValue <> (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG10_BFLAG").Value And mBFlagValue) Then
                                                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG10_BFLAG").Value = (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG10_BFLAG").Value + mBFlagValue)
                                            End If

                                            mBackLog10 = mBackLog10 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = 11
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG11").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG11").Value + mNewVal
                                            If mBFlagValue <> (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG11_BFLAG").Value And mBFlagValue) Then
                                                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG11_BFLAG").Value = (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG11_BFLAG").Value + mBFlagValue)
                                            End If

                                            mBackLog11 = mBackLog11 + mNewVal

                                        Case Is = 12
                                            cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG12").Value = cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG12").Value + mNewVal
                                            If mBFlagValue <> (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG12_BFLAG").Value And mBFlagValue) Then
                                                cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG12_BFLAG").Value = (cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEAN_BACKLOG12_BFLAG").Value + mBFlagValue)
                                            End If

                                            mBackLog12 = mBackLog12 + mNewVal


                                    End Select
                                End If
                                rsSalesOrders.MoveNext()
                            Loop
                            rsSalesOrders.Close()
                            rsSalesOrders = Nothing
                        End If

            **
            More Code
            **




                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@LEANMFG_STOCKSTATUS").Value = mStockStatus


            **
            More Code
            **

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                        cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@stock_code").Value = mStockCode
                    End If
                    rsWHTotals.Close()
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                Else 'rswhtotal is nothing
                    cmdUpdatePull.Parameters("@stock_code").Value = mStockCode
                End If  'rswhtotal is nothing


                'Update the record in DesignLean
                Try
            *********
            This is where it fails
            *********
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                Catch ex As Exception
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                    LogError(mStockCode, mtest)
                    PrintLine(mTrnFileNum, mtest)

                End Try

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                'Move to next record
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                PrintLine(mTrnFileNum, "Moving to next rsPullItems")

            Loop
            rsPullItems.Close()
            rsPullItems = Nothing
            cmdUpdatePull = Nothing
            rsSalesOrders = Nothing
            rsWipMaster = Nothing
        End If

        PrintLine(mTrnFileNum, "End of Pull Items LOOP")
        FileClose(mTrnFileNum)


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        FileClose(mFileNum)
        ProgressBar1.Value = mCountOfRecords + 100
        btnUpdateLean.Enabled = True
        Me.Cursor = Cursors.Default

        MsgBox("done", MsgBoxStyle.OKOnly, "MXLean Calculation Status")




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