Use Adager (Fix Chains option) to remedy this problem.

However, the problem is much bigger than that. I suspect your
problem may have been caused by someone restoring the database
from a partial backup which would result in these broken chains.

If you want to restore a TurboIMAGE database you must always restore
the entire database from the most recent full system backup and then from
each partial backup set(s) that were done since your full system backup......

Example:

file t;dev=tape
restore *t;dbname@.grp.acct;show


Brian Donaldson.


On Wed, 9 Apr 2008 10:30:49 +0200, Friedrich Harasleben
wrote:

>Dear database experts
>
>we do have a problem on one of our big datasets (>7000000 entries)
>
>FIND risikonummer = "9CW2D5"
>BROKEN CHAIN POINTERS
>0 ENTRIES QUALIFIED
>
>the problem results in aborting one of our COGBNOS/QDESIGN programs with
>"data access error".
>
>- how can I find out which pointers are broken
>- how can I fix the problem
>
>thanks for any suggestions
>friedrich
>
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