Increasing -s Startup Parameter

Dan, here is Progress' explanation for (5635):

Progress uses the -s stack to maintain procedure context (runtime
parameters, return addresses) and as space in which to evaluate all
expressions. It may be that you have an infinitely recursing
function or procedure call. If this message comes from a 4GL client
or AppServer, Progress will generate a procedure callstack trace in
a file called 'procore' in your working directory. Examine that
together with your application to determine whether you have a
programming error.

Did you get a procore file in your working directory? I can't
remember seeing this error in all years we've been on Vantage. I'll
play around a little with this tomorrow if I get a chance.
Wish I could help more.

Mark Olson
Programmer/DBA
TEAM Industries
763-691-2381
markolson@...

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "Dan Ernst" <dernst@...> wrote:
>
> This is for Vantage 6.1
>
> --- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "Dan Ernst" <dernst@> wrote:
> >
> > I was trying to run a Where Used report on one of our parts. It
> runs
> > fine if I only choose single level but when I choose Indented
> level I
> > get the following error message SYSTEM ERROR: -s exceeded.
Raising
> > STOP condition and attempting to write stack trace to
> file 'procore'.
> > Consider increasing -s startup parameter. (5635)
> >
> > Can someone explain what this means and what I have to do to
> resolve
> > it.
> >
> > Thanks
> > Dan Ernst
> > Computer Services
> > Correct Craft, Inc.
> > (407) 855-4141
> > http://www.correctcraft.com
> >
>
I was trying to run a Where Used report on one of our parts. It runs
fine if I only choose single level but when I choose Indented level I
get the following error message SYSTEM ERROR: -s exceeded. Raising
STOP condition and attempting to write stack trace to file 'procore'.
Consider increasing -s startup parameter. (5635)

Can someone explain what this means and what I have to do to resolve
it.

Thanks
Dan Ernst
Computer Services
Correct Craft, Inc.
(407) 855-4141
http://www.correctcraft.com
This is for Vantage 6.1

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "Dan Ernst" <dernst@...> wrote:
>
> I was trying to run a Where Used report on one of our parts. It
runs
> fine if I only choose single level but when I choose Indented
level I
> get the following error message SYSTEM ERROR: -s exceeded. Raising
> STOP condition and attempting to write stack trace to
file 'procore'.
> Consider increasing -s startup parameter. (5635)
>
> Can someone explain what this means and what I have to do to
resolve
> it.
>
> Thanks
> Dan Ernst
> Computer Services
> Correct Craft, Inc.
> (407) 855-4141
> http://www.correctcraft.com
>