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TREX error - Code 6401

Hi all,

While indexing my KM documents i receive the following errors (on 410 files):

[01220] 2009-01-12 16:40:28.841 e preprocessor Preprocessor.cpp(00798) : HTTPHEAD failed for URL <filename> with Httpstatus 401

[01220] 2009-01-12 16:40:28.856 e preprocessor Preprocessor.cpp(03393) : HANDLE: DISPATCH - Processing Document with key <filename> failed, returning PREPROCESSOR_ACTIVITY_ERROR (Code 6401)

I've tried applying the note 650521 (add the entry unescape_url= no into the httpclient section of the TREXPreprocessor.ini) but that didn't help.

The other (thoused of) documents are indexed OK.



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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 08:24 AM

    Hi Aviad

    Is there something special about the documents not being indexed correctly: File size, extension, mime type, repository, origin, etc.?

    Best regards,

    Martin S√łgaard

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      Hi Martin Søgaard,

      There is nothing special about those files - they are consistent from doc, xls, pdf and other types (nothing unusual). They vary in size and names (small and large, short and long).

      Other files from the same directories are being indexed.

      This is very strange.


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