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Error connection using JCO.Client

Hello all,

I got the following problem <b>"Error connection using JCO.Client"</b> and don't know what's wrong. All connections works at the content administration when I test the connection.

Can anyone help me please?

Best regards

Petra

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    Posted on Feb 12, 2005 at 06:42 AM

    Hi,

    Have u tested your JCO connection <b>http://<server>:50000/WebDynpros/Welcome</b>

    Once your JCO connection test says ok,then rebuild your project deploy it and run...

    RK

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2005 at 11:45 PM

    Hi Petra

    This could be too many reasons and the error you mention is too generic. It could be due to a pool exhaustion or no authorisation to access function modules and in some cases if you are using SSO the end user doesnt exist in a validity period. The best thing for you to will be check the stack trace , which will show you the root exception. In the code where you call the execute method do a

    e.printStackTrace()

    which will write the trace to the log.

    Regards

    Pran

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      Hi Petra

      From this I can only assume two things

      1.) That you havent configured WD_MODELDATA_DEST properly and you have been testing the wrong destination

      2.) You have configured it rightly but you are using SSO which means the user with which you test the destination is a proper user in backend and the user with which you logonto the application is an invalid user. Try logging into the application with the same user as with which you test the destination

      Is there 'caused by' trace at the end of your stack trace

      Regards

      Pran

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2005 at 07:57 PM

    Hi

    You say that at content administration all connections work, when u establish the connection and after succesfull connection, it will give a success message, however, did you try'test' testing the connection in the content administration. There you will see the error with the description if any, at the bottom of the page.

    now after clicking on 'test' also you are sucessfull, then

    Let us know what is the error you are getting and where are you getting it ?

    thanks , sathya

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