Version 6.1.1 or earlier.
In version 6.3.1 or later, it is expressed as a 5-digit error code.
Depending on the version of Altibase, the expression method of the error code in $ALTIBASE_HOME/trc/altibase_qp.log is different.
# Example of 6.1.1 version (expressed as an 8-digit error code)
# Example of 6.3.1 version (5 digit error code and error message are output)
In version 6.3.1 and later, error codes and messages that can be checked directly from altierr are displayed, so there is no difficulty in checking errors, but in versions below 6.1.1, there are no unknown error codes and error messages, making it difficult to check the contents of errors.
How to check the 8-digit error code
Convert an 8-digit decimal error code to a Hexa value. (Use Windows calculator)
The first 5 digits of the converted number are the error code.
For example, if you convert the error code 822329545 above to Hexa, it becomes 3103C0C9.
Then the actual error code is 3103C.
The error code can be checked by using altierr.