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resource scheduler message: unable to load custom pane from assembly

We are implementing C4S and activated the resource Scheduler; in the servicemanager role the resource Scheduler gives a message: unable to load custpm pane from assembly; what step we forgot to do yet

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2015 at 04:50 PM

    The resource schedule works out of box once you activate the work center. If it is not, open an incident.

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    • Hi Rei,

      I am working on a scenario similar to resource scheduler using custom pane. I could not find any document reference on its usage.

      Can you suggest some reference material that you have come across. It would be very useful to me.

      Thanks,

      Srinivasan

  • Posted on Oct 02, 2015 at 12:36 PM

    Rainer,

    What you are mentioning is weird as you are saying it is a new implementation and you are getting a message that points out CUSTOM pane. I would strongly suggest you to open an incident as it sounds to me that your initial image is not a clean one. I am proposing you this as this happened to me on the past and, I am also aware of other cases where initial images where not clean.

    Kindly confirm whether this solves your issue.

    Regards.

    Alejandro.

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