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Failed to load ag3javabe.dll from System Connection 1 - Error #126(0x7e): The specified module could not be found.

Hi Folks

we are using SMP2.3 with WM6.0 and suddenly the server crashed then the client setup new environment landscape with SMP2.3

Now we are trying to deploy our earlier working applications in the new environment but getting the log error "Failed to load ag3javabe.dll from System Connection 1 - Error #126(0x7e): The specified module could not be found"

I have gone trough with the already existing threads in SCN regarding this issue and I tried by changing the JAVA path in environment variables also but nothing works.

We have tried deploying the standard application also but getting the same error(An unknown server error has occured. Ps check log file) but the log file says the same "Failed to load ag3javabe.dll from System Connection 1 - Error #126(0x7e): The specified module could not be found"

there is a lot of pressure from client to trouble shoot the issue whether from server side and from applications side.

Looking forward to your valuable responses.

Please let me know if need any more details.

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 02:19 PM

    What is the system "Path" currently set to?
    Open command line and type "Path"

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      Hi Stephen,

      Thanks for your response.

      The problem is with JDK win32 bit, our applications dll's are in win64 bit, but client installed win32 bit JAK in new landscape.

      So the compatibility of the installations and were getting the deployment error.

      Its been resolved now by nstalling 64 bit JDK.

      :-)

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