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Error in MDM Console - 5.5.32.65

I get the following error messager EVERYTIME I duplicate a repository. The duplication seems to work, but once I get this message the MDM Console fails. Anyone have an idea about why?

'The instruction at"0x0060e921" referenced memory at "0x000bfff4". The memory could not be "read".'

Mike Jakeway

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2006 at 06:17 PM

    Hi Mike Jakeway,

    as I can see from product release perspective:

    The version of your console, as mentioned in the title of the message, is 5.5.32.65. This version was shipped with SAP MDM 5.5 SP04 (no patch). Assuming the MDM Server has the same version 5.5.32.65, I would suggest:

    1. upgrade your MDM Server and Console to MDM 5.5 SP04 patch1 which is 5.5.33.13.

    2. if the error still happens, then I would suggest to create an internal CSN bug report, or OSS message.

    Note: If you have an SP04 customer, as I am aware it is okay to ask for an upgrade to patch1 since SP04 is still in monitored shipment.

    Other: if you have access to OSS, then it would still make sense to seach the messages using e.g. the keyword "referenced memory at" in component MDM* .

    Thank you.

    Regards.

    Laszlo.

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