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Program Messages

Confirmation Messages



Message
Cause
Corrective Action
Are you sure you want to delete all centers?
The user attempted to delete the Centers header on the tree view.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
Are you sure you want to delete all information from the model?
The user attempted to delete the model on the tree view.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
Are you sure you want to delete all workloads?
The user attempted to delete the Workloads header on the tree view.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
Are you sure you want to delete the CPU?
The user attempted to delete the CPU.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
Are you sure you want to delete the notes?
The user attempted to delete Notes from the tree view.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
Are you sure you want to delete the selected center(s)?
The user attempted to delete one or more disk(s) from the model.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
Are you sure you want to delete the selected disk?
A disk resource was about to be deleted from the Disk tab in the Resources dialog box.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
Are you sure you want to delete the selected workload(s)?
One or more workload groups was/were about to be deleted.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
Are you sure you want to validate the model?
The user attempted to validate the model.
Click Yes to accept the new model or No to return to the collection data.
Do you really want to copy the center(s) here?
The user attempted to either paste or drag-and-drop one or more disks into the model.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
Do you really want to copy the workload(s) here?
One or more workload groups was/were about to be copied.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
Do you really want to delete the selected CPU?
A CPU resource was about to be deleted from the CPUs tab in the Resources dialog box.
Click Yes to delete the resource or No to abort the deletion process.
Do you want to keep changes to notes?
The user made changes to the contents of the Notes window pane, either by deleting or adding to the text.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.
The current resource file was modified! Do you want to save it?
The user attempted to close the program after resources were modified and not saved.
Click Yes to save changes or No to clear changes.


Information Messages



Message
Cause
Corrective Action
Cannot copy/cut/paste the CPU center.
The user attempted to copy, cut, or paste the CPU center.
The program does not allow this action, due to the number of variables associated with it.
Couldn’t set the minimum size bigger than the maximum one!
The user attempted to set a maximum value that is less than the minimum value.
The dialog will not close unless the proper values are filled or Cancel is pressed, in which case the old values are preserved.
Embedded models will be automatically validated!
The user attempted to embed or link a collection file into an OLE container or an ActiveX container.
Since a collection file cannot be embedded, it is automatically validated. This message informs the user about this fact.
No CPU selected!
The user attempted to insert or delete a CPU resource from the CPUs tab in the Resources dialog box and there is no CPU selected in the list box.
Select a CPU.
No disk selected!
The user attempted to insert or delete a disk resource from the Disk dialog box and there is no disk selected in the list box.
Select a disk.
Please enter a non-empty name for the disk!
The user attempted to save changes to the Disk dialog box and no disk name was entered.
Enter a disk name or click Cancel.
Please enter a signed integer number!
The user entered an invalid number in a dialog box or property page.
Enter a valid number.
 
Please enter a valid date/time!
The user entered an invalid date or time value in a dialog box or property page.
Enter a valid date or time.
Please enter a valid number!
The user entered an invalid number in a dialog box or property page.
Enter a valid number.
Resource adjustment shouldn’t be 0!
The user attempted to close the Resources dialog box and the CPU resource adjustment factor is set to 0 (zero).
Enter a numerical value greater than or less than 0 (zero), or click Cancel.
Response time shouldn’t be 0!
The user attempted to close the Resources dialog box and the disk response time is set to 0 (zero).
Enter a numerical value greater than or less than 0 (zero), or click Cancel.
The date/time is too big! Please enter a date/time equal or less than xxx!
The user entered an invalid date or time value in a dialog box or property page.
Enter a valid date or time.
The date/time is too small! Please enter a value equal or bigger than xxx!
The user entered an invalid date or time value in a dialog box or property page.
Enter a valid date or time.
The number is too big! Please enter a number equal or less than xxx!
The user entered an invalid number in a dialog box or property page.
Enter a valid number.
The number is too small! Please enter a number equal or bigger than xxx!
The user entered an invalid number in a dialog box or property page.
Enter a valid number.
The value is too big! Please enter a value equal or bigger than xxx!
The user entered an invalid number in a dialog box or property page.
Enter a valid number.
The value is too small! Please enter a value equal or bigger than xxx!
The user entered an invalid number in a dialog box or property page.
Enter a valid number.
There should be at least one disk selection!
The user attempted to open a disk capacity graph and no disks were selected in the Forecast Options dialog box.
Enter a disk selection or click Cancel to keep the old properties.
There should be at least one workload selection!
The user attempted to open a workload capacity graph and no workload groups were selected in the Forecast Options dialog box.
Enter a workload group selection or click Cancel to keep the old properties.
To edit a disk center you should select one!
The user attempted to edit a disk center and no disk is selected.
Select a disk.
You cannot add a disk until you validate the model! Please select a disk in order to edit it!
The user attempted to add a disk to an unvalidated model.
Validate the model before adding a disk.
You cannot change the CPU until you validate the model!
The user attempted to edit the CPU in an unvalidated model.
Validate the model before editing the CPU selection.
You cannot delete the CPU if there are disk centers!
The user attempted to delete the CPU and there are disks in the model.
Delete the disk centers first, then delete the CPU.
You cannot drop disks here!
The user attempted to drag-and-drop one or more disk(s) on a list that displays workload groups.
The program does not allow this action.
You cannot drop workloads here!
The user attempted to drag-and-drop one or more workload groups on a list that displays disks.
The program does not allow this action.
You cannot edit the CPU until the model is validated!
The user attempted to edit the CPU in an unvalidated model.
Validate the model before editing the CPU selection.
You could not select All Disks for Disk Utilization chart!
The user requested a disk utilization graph type in the Forecast Options dialog box and "All disks" is selected.
Deselect All disks and select the individual disk types.
You have to select an item in both list boxes in order to move it!
From the Fill Patterns or Point Patterns tabs in the Graph Options dialog box, the user clicked the >> << button to exchange items between the two lists, but only one item (or no items) was selected.
To exchange an item in the Available list with an item in the Disabled list, select both items, then click the >> << button.
You have to select an item in order to move it!
From the Fill Patterns or Point Patterns tabs in the Graph Options dialog box, the user clicked the >> button or the << button to move a list item from one list to the other, but no item was selected.
To move an item from the Available list to the Disabled list (or vice versa), select the item, then click the >> (or <<) button.
You should add a CPU before dropping disk center(s)!
The user attempted to drag-and-drop or paste disks and no CPU is set.
Select a CPU before adding disks.
You should select a CPU type!
The user attempted to close the CPU dialog and no CPU type is selected.
Select a CPU type or click Cancel.
You should select the disk type!
The user attempted to close the CPU dialog and no disk type is selected.
Select a disk type or click Cancel.
You should validate the model first to be able to add a workload!
The user attempted to add a workload group to an unvalidated model.
Validate the model before adding a workload group.


Warning Messages



Message
Cause
Corrective Action
Invalid resource file!
The resource file is in the wrong format.
File amy have been transferred from host using ASCII rather than binary method. Transfer the file again using Binary transfer method.
Trouble reading the tips file!
The tips.txt file cannot be found or the program has not been given the rights to access it.
Add the tips.txt file to the Forecast program directory from the original Forecast Capacity Planner install disks or CD.
Warning. There is no definition for forecast CPU model...selection. This selection will be ignored!
Forecast loads a model with a CPU selection that is not found in the resources file.
This occurs when the CPU in question was deleted from the resources, or when another resource file was loaded after the model was saved.


Error Messages



Message
Cause
Corrective Action
(calc_model) did not converge!
An overflow occurs during a model calculation because set values are either too large or too small.
Load another collection with different values, or age the model in smaller time increments, or set smaller growth rates.
(calc_model) did not converge!
The program is loading a collection or model file and the calibration model calculation fails.
Load another collection with different values, or age the model in smaller time increments, or set smaller growth rates.
Cannot process multiple disk lines with multiple CPU selections!
The user selected more than one disk and more than one CPU in the Forecast Options dialog, then clicked the OK button.
Limit either the number of CPUs or disks to one.
Cannot process multiple disk lines with multiple workload selections!
The user selected more than one disk and more than one workload group in the Forecast Options dialog, then clicked the OK button.
Limit either the number of disks or the number of workload groups to one.
Cannot process multiple workload lines with multiple CPU selections!
The user selected more than one workload group and more than one CPU in the Forecast Options dialog, then clicked the OK button.
Limit either the number of workload groups or the number of CPUs to one.
Collection file does not contain enough samples to calibrate the workloads!
The program attempted to load a collection file that contains very little data.
Make another (larger) collection file.
Could not evaluate calibration model for workload: insufficient memory!
The program is loading a collection or model file and the calibration model calculation fails.
 
Close all windows and applications, restart the PC, then restart the Forecast Capacity Planner program.
Could not start print job.
The print job fails.
Check the system printing configuration.
Failed to create empty document!
The program attempted to create a new system model. This is most likely to occur when the program is invoked by Microsoft® Internet Explorer® or another application.
Close all windows and applications, restart the PC, then restart the Forecast Capacity Planner program.
Failed to launch help!
The online Help system failed to launch.
Add the Forecast.chm file to the Forecast program directory from the original Forecast Capacity Planner install disks or CD.
Failed to open document!
The program failed to open a collection or model file.
Check the file name.
File error reading collection file!
The program attempted to load a corrupt collection file. File corruption can be due to disk corruption or by performing an ASCII file transfer instead of a binary file transfer.
Delete the file and transfer the file from the host system using binary transfer format.
Insufficient memory to continue!
The program attempted to load or calculate a model and fails due to insufficient memory.
Close all windows and applications, restart the PC, then restart the Forecast Capacity Planner program.
Internal error - calc_line_legends missing legend!
The program attempted to generate a forecast graph and encountered an internal error.
Close all windows and applications, restart the PC, then restart the Forecast Capacity Planner program.
Internal workload calibration error of error% for xxx!
The program is loading a collection or model file and the calibration model calculation fails.
Use a different collection file.
Invalid collection file!
The program attempted to load a corrupt collection file. File corruption can be due to disk corruption or by performing an ASCII file transfer instead of a binary file transfer.
Delete the file and transfer the file from the host system using binary transfer format.
Invalid desktop file!
The program attempted to load a corrupt desktop file.
Use another desktop file. Keep in mind that Forecast Capacity Planner cannot read Performance Gallery desktop files.
No workloads have been selected for forecast information!
The program attempts to generate a workload graph and no workload groups are selected in the Forecast Options dialog box.
Select a workload group in the Forecast Options dialog box. There must be at least 3 workload groups by default.
OLE initialization failed. Make sure that the OLE libraries are the correct version!
The OLE initialization failed during program startup.
OLE libraries are missing or are the wrong version. Reinstall OLE from the original Forecast Capacity Planner installation disks or CD.
Resource utilization discrepancy of error%!
The program is loading a collection or model file and the calibration model calculation fails.
Use a different collection file.
The default resource file is missing or there are not enough rights to read it!
The program cannot read the Resources.dat file that resides in Forecast’s program directory.
Add the Resource.dat file to the Forecast program directory from the original Forecast Capacity Planner install disks or CD. Or, reset the rights to the existing Resource.dat file.
Unrecognized collection file version!
The program attempts to load an outdated collection file.
Load a current version of SOS Performance Advisor on the host machine and repeat the data extraction process. You can request a current version from your account manager.
Validation discrepancy of error% in calibration model for workload group: xxx!
The program is loading a collection or model file and the calibration model calculation fails.
 
Use a different collection file.



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