Sage 100 Integration PVX Errors Reference

sage 100 PVX Error Reference

Some users of Sage 100 have intimated to us that they have been troubled by the Sage 100 integration PVX errors while installing/ upgrading Sage 100 or promoting data into Sage 100 ERP. There exist a number of such error messages related to integration issues and some users were asking for a reference list of different Sage 100 integration PVX errors.

In this blog, we will provide a list of such error messages. We will also provide multiple solutions to resolve Sage 100 integration PVX errors. 

Let’s proceed then!

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Sage 100 Integration PVX Errors Reference List

The table below shows a list of different Sage 100 integration PVX error codes, along with the related error messages.



Error #0

Record/file busy

Error #1

Logical END-OF-RECORD reached

Error #2

END-OF-FILE on read or File full on write

Error #3

Input/Output error on file

Error #4

Device not ready

Error #5

Data error on device or file

Error #6

Directory error

Error #7

Access out of file boundaries

Error #8

Data write error

Error #10

Illegal pathname specified

Error #11

Record not found or Duplicate key on write

Error #12

File does not exist (or already exists)

Error #13

File access mode invalid

Error #14

Invalid I/O request for file state

Error #15

Operating system command failed

Error #16

File/Disc is full

Error #17

Invalid file type or contents

Error #18

Program not loaded/Invalid program format

Error #19

Program size too large

Error #20

Syntax error

Error #21

Statement number is invalid

Error #22

Invalid compound statement

Error #23

Missing/Invalid variable

Error #24

Attempt to duplicate a function name

Error #25

Invalid call to user function (Non-existent or recursive)

Error #26

Variable type invalid

Error #27

Unexpected or incorrect WEND, RETURN or NEXT

Error #28

No corresponding FOR for NEXT

Error #29

Invalid Mnemonic or position specification

Error #30

Statement too complex — cannot compile

Error #31

Memory limits reached — Increase '-SZ' option

Error #32

Invalid or redundant Input/Output option

Error #33

Insufficient memory available in system — try later

Error #34

Directive not allowed from COMMAND mode

Error #35

Invalid date/time specified

Error #36

ENTER parameters don't match those of the CALL

Error #37

Directive can only execute in subprogram

Error #38

Directive cannot be used within CALLed program

Error #39

Invalid record definition

Error #40

Divide check or numeric overflow

Error #41

nvalid integer encountered (range error or non-integer)

Error #42

Subscript out of range/Invalid subscript

Error #43

Format mask invalid

Error #44

Invalid step value

Error #45

Referenced statement invalid

Error #46

Length of string invalid

Error #47

Substring reference out of string

Error #48

Invalid input — Try again

Error #49

Internal program format error

Error #50

Reserved for FUTURE USE

How to Resolve the Sage 100 Integration PVX Errors

Here, multiple options are provided to fix this issue-

Option 1: Run the Pvxcom.exe File

  • If you are using 32-bit servers, this file is located in ”C:\Program Files\Common Files\Sage\Common Components”
  • If you are using 64-bit servers, you will find this file in ”C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Sage\Common Components”

Option 2: Check if the Activate. PVX File is Corrupt or Missing

Firstly, you will need to make sure that the file “..\MAS90\Home\Lib\Keys\Activate.pvx” is present and you are able to launch the client from pvxwin32.exe

  • Go to “..\MAS90\Home” 
  • Do a double-click on the installation file named Pvxwin32.exe
  • The new ProvideX command prompt window will appear on your screen
  • Type RUN “Startup.M4P”
  • Press the Enter key 
  • Check if a login prompt is displayed
  • If needed, replace the Activate. pvx file with a valid copy

Option 3: Check the Security Permissions for Installing the Software

For the purpose of installation, please provide the users with the full control for share and security permissions to the mas90 folder. After the Sage software is installed, you can limit the permissions as per your need.

Also Read : How to Fix Sage Integration Service Error 14101

Final Words

In this blog, we have provided a list of different error codes and messages related to Sage 100 integration PVX errors. We have also provided multiple solutions to resolve such errors. We hope you have found this blog useful.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the causes of the Sage 100 Integration PVX Errors?

Some prominent causes of this error are listed below-
1. Certain information is missing in the SData definition file. 
2. InstallShield is unable to complete its process due to incorrect registry files in use. 
3. Multiple installations of the same Sage version
4. Network file locking issues 
5. Time-out occurred on a device.
6. Cannot open a file that is locked by another user.
7. An invalid IP or DNS address

What causes the Sage 100 Unable to Process the Lock File Issue?

Two of the prominent causes the Sage 100 unable to process the Lock file issue-
1. Issues with Windows Security Settings
2. Issues caused by a new Windows 10 Feature Update

How to Import the Sage 100 Intelligence Reports?

Please follow the steps mentioned below to import the Sage 100 Intelligence Reports
1. Right-click on the Home object under the Object window and then choose
2. Import Reporter under the Toolbar Menu. then, click on Tools and then select Import Report
3. Choose the Report To Be Imported (along with the .al_extension) and click on Open
4. Under the Import Report window, Choose the Target Connection (that is, The Connector)

Please Note: 
5. The most used connection is the Sage MAS (Auto connect). If you are importing a 6. Consolidated type of report or need a consolidated report, select Sage MAS Consolidation by clicking on the Target Connection drop-down box
7. If you want to generate a Consolidated type of Report, you should own the Sage 100 Intelligence Connector module
8. Choose the Report Destination (that is, the folder) under the drop-down list
9. Click on the Import option
10. After that, click on OK
11. On the Toolbar, click on Action and then select the Refresh option

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