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InvalidEntryException on Index creation

Hello all,

I'm having a look at KM in portal 6.0. I want to create an index but I'm getting an error when I do this.

I navigate to 'System Admin->System Config->Knowledge Management->Index Admin', from there I hit 'Create'. I enter a few details, ID, Name and Service (Trex Search) and hit 'Create Index'. At this point I get the error, an InvalidEntryException that reads,

Cannot set the unknown property "repositorymanager" for configuration object "configurable_<index_service>_config://local/cm/services/indexes/Pat_Index".

When I move back to 'Index Admin' my index is there and I can edit it, so it has been created. When I do edit it (add a datasource for instance) each time I hit 'Save' I receive the above error and none of my changes take effect so I can't add a datasource or anything else.

Can someone please help me with this? I'm by no means a KM guy, I'm a Java programmer whose boss has asked him to look into this.

Any help is well appreciated.

Patrick.

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2004 at 02:02 PM

    Hi all,

    this is not a version conflict between CM and TREX. We know this exception and it occurs due to a missing entry in a config file.

    Please search in km.appl.srv.prjconfig.configmeta for the file Index.cc.xml or _index.cc.xml. Add to this file the following line:

    <attribute refType="/cm/repository_managers/RepositoryManager" name="repositorymanager" type="list" listType="ref" separator="," mandatory="false" />

    When you have done this please restart SAP J2EE Engine. Now it should working fine.

    Kind regards,

    Jochen

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2004 at 02:20 PM

    Hi,

    As I remember it this problem related to not compatible versions in KM and TREX.

    What versions are you running?

    /pierre

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      Hi Pierre,

      Thanks for the input. The portal admin guy is not at

      work today so I can't ask him for the details. We have

      however spoken to a couple of people today and asked

      them about this and have been told that this is in

      fact the likely case.

      I guess we'll talk to the admin guy when he gets back

      to work and he'll fix it.

      Thanks again,

      Patrick.

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2004 at 02:11 PM

    Hello all,

    I have the same problem.

    We have the following Portal Version:

    Portal Version:

    version=6.0.2.2.4

    Portal 6 SP2 Patch 2 HF 4

    KnowledgeManagement:

    CM_COLL version=60 SP2 Patch 3 Hotfix 4

    Would be nice if somebody would have an answer.

    Thanks,

    Toni

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2004 at 06:37 AM

    Sorry,

    TREX Version:

    Version: 6.0.1.3.1 Build: 601316568

    Thank you for your help!

    Toni

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2004 at 04:29 PM

    Hello Jochen,

    thank you for your reply.

    The only location I've found that file was in an archive.

    I editet it and put it back on the server /usr/sap/<Instance>/global/config/cm/config/local/meta/lib/km.appl.srv.prjconfig.configmeta

    Is there any other location where I have to add the configuration line?

    I put it in there-but it doesn't work.

    Any idea? Or did I used the wrong path??

    Thanks,

    Toni

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