WS: 41: In P41240 P00IO - I/O Control Limit Exceeded with Double-Byte Languages
Last updated on JUNE 07, 2016
Applies to:JD Edwards World Inventory Management - Version A9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The P00IO - I/O Control Limit Exceeded window is displayed when adding dates to the search filter of P41240 when the user language preference is Chinese Simplified, (requiring double-byte system). If the same process is followed for a user with English language preference, the IO limit is not exceeded and the appropriate records are immediately returned. This occurs when the number of records in the file being searched (F4140) is well below the record limit set in the I/O Control Limit Exceeded User Defined Code (UDC 00/IO).
The P00IO window displays the following text:
You have read an excessive amount of
records trying to satisfy your inquiry.
If you would like to display the data
at this point press F5. If you would
like to continue searching press F6.
If you choose to display you may receive
Display of the P00IO along with pressing F6 / F5 should not be required in this situation.
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