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User-defined function '<function>' invoked dynamically but could not be found. (5639)

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EnvironmentAll Supported Operating Systems
Progress 9.x
OpenEdge 10.x, 11.x
Question/Problem Description
User-defined function '<function>' invoked dynamically but could not be found. (5639)
User-defined function 'SetDBNames' invoked dynamically but could not be found (5639)
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Migrated from 9.1B to 9.1D
Migrated from OpenEdge 11.1 to 11.6
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
This error means that an attempt of an execution is performed from a function call in a procedure where the function has not been defined.

Quite frequently, this error is returned in Progress ADM2 applications after a migration to a newer version or a patch has been applied. This is usually because a function has been added to, or removed from, the ADM support code, or a function call has been moved and the application has not been recompiled to take the move into account.
Resolution
When migrating to a newer version of Progress or applying a Patch/Service Pack, all ADM2 source code must be recompiled.
Workaround
Notes
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