UniAccess Server Issues UACS TERM PID Places PID In ERROR State

Knowledge Base: UniAccess Server Issues

Problem: A UACS TERM PID, not only does not terminate the PID, but it places the PID in an ERROR state.
Solution: The following scenarios can lead to a PID being placed into an ERROR state that will not be automatically resolved:
UACS successfully schedules the transaction, but the transaction does not execute. UACS successfully schedules the transaction, but the transaction error terminates prior to performing the TDINIT call. When the transaction errors prior to performing the TDINIT call, the UniAccess Fixed-gate subsystem has not been registered for contingency notification and, therefore, must assume that the transaction is still active.
Execute the TERM PID, command a second time. The first TERM PID command may only mark the PID in ERROR; a second TERM PID command removes the ERROR.

Knowledge Base: UniAccess Server Issues