Aborts a mirror operation in progress using the
errnois not set. No error is generated if the value for a particular column is invalid (for example, enter a text character into an integer type field). Valid column edits succeed, invalid column edits do not. We recommend that you check your input carefully.
Syntax<CATALOGMANAGER> <ARGUMENT NAME="ftcmd" VALUE="mirrorabort" /> </CATALOGMANAGER>
- Value must be set to
This tag aborts a mirror operation in progress. Note that when you use this command there can be a variety of
The possible values of
Value Description 0 Mirror operation succeeded. -105 Database error. -601 Returned from
mirrorabortwhen a mirror operation is not currently in progress.
-602 Mirror operation in progress. -603 Required variables are missing from the
-604 The data (file) associated with a url column could not be found on the source machine. -605 The schema for a column on the source machine can not be determined. -606 No rows to mirror from the target system. -607 Current mirroring operation was aborted via the
-608 A connection could not be established to the mirror target server. -609 The network disconnected communication between the source and target machines. -610 An attempt was made to mirror from a machine where the database columns are mixed case to a system where the database columns are case-sensitive. -611 Mirror commit operation failed. -612 Target server returned an invalid configuration connection message. -613 Obsolete; is not returned. -614 Could not create a temporary table on the target server. -615 Could not delete the temporary table. -616 Server does not support this mirror operation. -617 Table is not an Object table. -618 No tree nodes found matching the
The following example aborts a mirror operation.<SETVAR NAME="errno" VALUE="0"/> <CATALOGMANAGER> <ARGUMENT NAME="ftcmd" VALUE="mirrorabort" /> </CATALOGMANAGER> <IF COND="IsError.Variables.errno=true"> <THEN> <!--Handle error--> </THEN> </IF>
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