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Subject: puzzling "Record Type does not exist" message
From: Michael Borland <michael_borland@lynceantech.com>
To: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Fri, 01 Aug 2003 10:15:05 -0700
I'm running an IOC on Linux using Base 3.14.2. I have a record that works perfectly, but when I use dbpr, I get this message

filename="../dbTest.c" line number=368
Record Type does not exist  dbNameToAddr failed

In spite of this, I can view data from the record using MEDM and other client-side tools, and it appears to function just as expected. Other records (of different types) in the same IOC do not exhibit this problem.

Any suggestions as to what this means would be appreciated.

--Michael


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