In the early days of Data Processing, the only way you had of telling the
operator what kind of error had occurred was to put an error number into a
particular register and halt the machine. That error code would then be
displayed on the front panel lights. The development of interactive systems
brought alphanumeric displays and error codes followed by a terse
description. But even in the user-friendly world of MultiValue, many
programmers have not gotten beyond  Verb?
While thinking about New Year Resolutions for the MultiValue community, we
remembered this article we published in the January-February 2011 issue of
Spectrum magazine. It seemed like the sort of idea that would either make a
good resolution or spark the thought processes that could lead to one. So we
got Susan's permission to re-print it in this issue. We have just one
question. In the last three years, how many of you have gotten beyond the
" Verb?" style of error messages?
This error is generated from the D3/NT 7.x RPC Client library. D3/NT 7.x
was designed to take advantage of domain RPC calls to help find the MDS
server. While this made setup, installs, and other applications faster to
implement, the new securities implemented in Windows sometimes interferes.