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Mutex could not be created

Hi

I am getting a "Mutex could not be created" error.

I have installed the PDK for .Net 2.0 and configured the iViewProcessorService on the portal.

Created a user to start the Portal runtime for .net and assigned the relevant rights to the directories specified in the installation and configuration guide.

I have installed the VS 2003 PDK Add-in and the .Net runtime on my machine. Don't know if I can do that?

Also can't seem to find the "check server" option which I have read about in a couple of the existing posts.

very thanks

Marius

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  • Posted on Aug 03, 2006 at 10:23 AM

    Hi Marius,

    1. In which situation you are getting "mutex could not be created" error ? When you are trying to debug ? To run several .net runtime nodes on your machine ?

    2. Regarding "check server" option, which version of the Portal you are using ? EP6 ? NW04 ? Which SP ? Did you deploy com.sap.portal.dotnet.framework.sda after Portal's installation ?

    Regards,

    Rima.

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    • Hi,

      1. When you are debugging with PDK 2.0, stop .net runtime node. Don't forget to start it again, when you finish to debug.

      2. From your description, I understand that you are running NW04s. If this is the situation, then you will experience problems during working with PDK 2.0 as this version of PDK doesn't support working with NW04s.

      Regards,

      Rima.

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