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Error: RDP 995
Number of Reservations Transferred Not Equal to
 Total Reservations in Starting File

Added 06/19/08
Article ID#: K000200

Issue

Error: RDP 995 - Number of Reservations Transferred Not Equal to Total Reservations in Starting File

Solution

  1. CALL RDP SUPPORT IMMEDIATELY.
  2. Llog into the applicable directory using RDP-DOS. 
  3. At Main Menu, enter 99 and hit <ENTER> to go to the System Utilities Menu. Type 090 and click the <ENTER> key to go to Change System Tables.
  4. Type U and hit enter to Update Table Records. 
  5. Type the numbers 00 and hit enter and then type L and click the enter key.  This will list the sub-records in table 00.
  6. Type 80 and hit enter and then enter again to enter sub-record 80.
  7. Type 1 and hit enter to jump to the (1) File Name field.
  8.  Rename the file to HRESERVE.DAT and click the enter key.
  9. Enter F and click the enter key to file.
  10. Click Esc a few times to exit all the way out to the main menu.
  11. At the main menu type changall in the option field -> click the enter key.
  12. This takes you to the screen below where you want to type in 1 and hit enter to process.
  13. Type 80 in File Number and click the enter key - type G8 in Page Code and hit enter.
  14. Type 33 in Page Offset and click the enter key.  This will fill in some info and jump to Value.
  15. Click the enter key - type Y in Blank Fill and click the enter key.
  16. You will then be prompted to proceed, type in Y and click the enter key.
  17. The process will complete, click the enter key and  Esc to return to the main menu in Dos.
  18. Type 99 and click the enter key to go to the System Utilities Menu.
  19. Type 994 and click the enter key to go to the Rebuild an RDP Data File.
  20. Type the letter R and click the enter key to Rebuild data file.
  21. Type the number 80 and click the enter key, this will prompt you to rebuild file 80 HRESERVE.DAT, type in Y and click the enter key to proceed.
     After the rebuild is completed click the enter key and then Esc, this will return you to the 99 System Utilities Menu. Type 995 and enter to Rebuild Availability File.
  22. Type F and click the enter key.  Choose your printer, click the enter key.
  23. After the 995 runs, availability should reset successfully.
  24. If errors are detected, review the 995 print out to make availability corrections.
     
     
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