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SBO: Manage User Field Lock Error

Hi, when I try to add an user field to a table, SBO open a popup with the following message:

"The following workstations are connected to the company. Disconnect them in order to continue."

In the list is presents only my machine and no applications of mine are connected to SBO.

Someone has same idea?

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  • Posted on Mar 10, 2004 at 06:16 AM

    Hi Nicola,

    I encountered the same problem with my local installation (Client = Server) of SBO. When I remember it correctly, it worked after I stopped the SBO server tools, but it may have been necessary to stop some AddOn I have been running in the background which had a connection via the DI API on its own. But I'm not sure which case it really was. So check and try one of those possibilities or create a message for SAP support on the SAP Service Marketplace.

    Regards,

    Frank

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    Posted on Mar 10, 2004 at 07:20 AM

    Hi Nicola,

    there are two things you can check when this mesage appears.

    a) check if any addon is running. If any is, you need to close them.

    b) check for any direct connection to the database. If you have connected to the company database via the SQL-Server Enterprise Manager, you need to either close it or point it to another database.

    You should be able to add/change fields then.

    Strangely, when adding user defined fields via DIAPI, I never received an error no matter how many workstations were connected.

    HTH Lutz Morrien

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